Beyer Hall Pool is the site of Cyclone home swimming meets. The facility houses a six-lane, T-shaped, 25-yard competitive pool with an attached diving well. The pool has permanent spectator seating for approximately 800 people.
The competitive pool has a variable depth bottom and turbulence reducing gutters. Beyer pool is also equipped with a Colorado electronic timing system and a seven-line scoreboard display. Underwater viewing windows aid the coaching staff with stroke correction and videotape stroke analysis.
Beyer’s diving well has two 1-meter diving boards, two 3-meter diving boards and a 5-meter platform. The 5-meter platform and 1-meter diving boards are on concrete stands. The 3-meter boards are on Durafirm stands and all diving boards are Maxiflex model “B” springboards.
Next to the diving well are a trampoline and a dry-board that is fully equipped with a spotting rig designed to help divers learn and perfect somersaulting and twisting dives. The pool also has two TIVO video systems that capture dives off each board and platform allowing divers to quickly view the dive they just performed.
Beyer has been the home of two NCAA meets (1963, 1971) and numerous conference championships.