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The University at Buffalo’s Natatorium is home to both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams and is comparable to any facility in the East and includes movable bulkheads, four springboards and four diving platforms, accommodations for the handicapped and gallery seating for 1,000 spectators.
The pool which is 50 meters long and 25 yards wide holds 700,000 gallons of water. From April through October, the pool is setup in long course format. With the ability to have blocks on both ends, the eight lane pool is able to hold any long course competition. During the winter months, the pool is converted to short course. With a bulkhead in the middle, the pool can hold competitions on both ends simultaneously. This is further enhanced with the technology of Colorado Timing Systems. With two eight lane scoreboards, and the accuracy of automatic timing, this system helps enhance the greatness of the facility.
The University at Buffalo’s satellite pool is a 25-meter pool located inside Clark Hall on the first floor, room 108.
The Kissinger Pool was completely renovated and reopened in Summer 2014. The six-lane, 25-yard facility with a seating capacity of 200, is equipped with a Colorado Timing System and a new sound system, scoreboard and record board. The diving end is 12' deep with starting blocks and one and three-meter diving boards. The shallow end is 3' 6" with a handicap lift.
The pool serves as the home facility for Buffalo State College's men's and women's swimming and diving teams.