Aztec Aquaplex

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Aztec Aquaplex
Location San Diego, California
Owner San Diego State University
Operator San Diego State University
Associated Students of SDSU
Broke ground 2005
Opened 2007
Construction cost $12 million USD by PCL Construction[1]
Architect Austin, Veum & Robbins Partners
San Diego State Aztecs (2007-present)

The Aztec Aquaplex, located on the San Diego State University (SDSU) campus in San Diego, California, USA. The facility is operated and managed by the Associated Students of San Diego State University, which provides passes for access.[1]

Intercollegiate sports[edit]

The SDSU Aztecs intercollegiate water polo, swimming and diving teams are based at the Aztec Aquaplex.[2]


Constructed on the west side of campus, the site occupies a total of 125,000 square feet (11,600 m2) of usable space.[1][2] The facility is situated between Tony Gwynn Stadium, the SDSU Softball Stadium, the Aztec Tennis Center, three football practice fields and the SDSU Sports Deck.[2] The facility is also just behind the Aztec Athletics Center, which allows student-athletes easy access to some of the top training personnel and weightlifting facilities on the West Coast. In addition, Viejas Arena is within walking distance.[2]

Swimming pools[edit]

The facility hosts three (3) swimming pools:[1]

Description Size
Olympic-size pool 50 meter
Recreational pool 7,500 square feet (700 m2)
Hydrotherapy spa 20 person


Adjacent to the pools is a 4,985 square feet (463.1 m2) building complex with showers, locker rooms, restrooms, administrative offices, member services, storage and support facilities.[1]

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Coordinates: 32°46′25″N 117°04′47″W / 32.773654°N 117.079861°W / 32.773654; -117.079861