Moby Pool is a championship aquatics venue that trains Rams swimmers, divers and water polo athletes year-round. The venue several times each year welcomes swim teams from across the nation, who travel to Fort Collins to face the Rams. It has six lanes and two diving boards, 1 meter and 3 meters. The pool also seats several hundred fans and features an electronic scoreboard.
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken competed at the pool, during her time as a CSU student-athlete.
The pool opened along with the adjacent basketball arena in 1966. Through the years, there have been general improvements to the facility including a recent locker room renovation.
Indoor Practice Facility
Established in 2009, the Indoor Practice Facility measures more than 66,000 square feet. The structure allows teams to practice and train in an additional facility, especially in the spring during individual and small group work. The turfed area includes among its features:
A 70-yard synthetic-turf football field.
Utilized for training by all 16 varsity sports, and includes a four-lane, 70 meter track.
Retractable netting for batting cages and golf workouts.
Video deck allows CSU coaches and student-athletes to review technique and put it into play immediately.