Elizabeth Morse Swimming Center

Morse Pool  
       

 

Overview
The Elizabeth Morse Swimming Center is home to the Babson men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. The facility features a six-lane, 25 yard pool with one-meter and three-meter diving boards, bleacher seating for 150 spectators and an electronic LED scoreboard. In addition to varsity and high school swim meets and practice, the Morse pool is available to members of the Babson College Community and Webster Center members for general use. Free swim hours are available below and are subject to change.

Basic hours:
Morse Swimming Center
Monday-Friday: 11:30am-1:30pm
Monday-Friday: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Saturday-Sunday: 12:30pm-3:30pm

CLICK HERE for master hours

History
Orinigally constructed in 1949, Babson's swimming pool was officially dedicated on November 10 of that year in honor of Colonel John E. Millea, former instructor in Production and Dean of the Faculty who left Babson to fight in World War II. The pool was later renamed the Elizabeth Morse Swimming Center in honor of the mother of Richard M. Genius, whose generous gift to the College in 1988 helped refurbish the swimming facility. In addition, Mr. Genius' gift enabled the renovation of Millea Hall, which assumed the name of Colonel Millea.

Directions and Parking
Morse Pool is part of the Webster Center, which is located near the northwest corner of the Babson campus. From the main entrance, follow College Drive to the second stop sign. Turn left at the stop sign and bear left toward the Webster Center when the road splits. Visitor and student parking is available on the garage roof on your right. More visitor parking is available beyond the tennis courts on your left. The Webster Center is located beyond the left parking lot and adjacent to the tennis courts. For directions to campus, click here.

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Babson Park, Massachusetts 02457-0310

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