The Student Recreation & Sports Complex (SRSC)
is located in the heart of IU’s campus and plays home to the Indiana University varsity swimming and diving programs. This
137,832 square foot facility includes the
44,651 square foot Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center.
The diving center alone features a full dryland facility with trampolines, drylands, a springfloor, and belts, spotting belts above 1 and 3 meter springboards, a full bubbler system throughout to help campers learn new dives, a hot tub and deck shower, four 1meter and two 3meter springboards as well as one of the few, full indoor towers in the country (1, 3, 5, 7, and 10-meter platforms). Furthermore, at every station there are numerous monitors with TIVO capabilities so each camper may review their dive or work at dryland.
As a new era begins at Indiana Diving, Coach Drew Johansen and Indiana University are working together to produce the most state-of-the-art diving facilities in the US.
We will be installing High Performance Water Belts (1-Meter and 3-Meter) this fall; a pulley and belt system will be unlike any other in the country. Coach Johansen considers this the most valuable training device when teaching divers of all ages & abilities, and one that will benefit both IU divers and TriSynerG Campers for decades to come.
We will be upgrading the video replay and Dartfish computers as well. Coach Johansen has one of the most extensive video libraries in the world and with this upgrade all 20,000 dives in his library will be available for review anywhere in the pool.
These upgrades will add to the IU tradition of world-class, cutting edge facilities and lead the way for diving in the US as we attempt to regain the top spot on the world stage.
The Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center has hosted the 1996, 2001, & 2012
NCAA Zone C Diving competition,
the 1997, 1999, 2002, 2006, & 2013
Big Ten Men's Swimming and Diving Championships and Junior Nationals,
and the 1998, 2001, 2005, and 2011
Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships.