MORGAN J. BURKE AQUATIC CENTER Aquatic

Directions
Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center (1226 Third Street)

From Indianapolis
Take I-65 North to State Road 25 (exit 175).
Take a left on State Road 25, towards Lafayette, for approximately 1 mile.
Turn right on Sagamore Parkway. Stay on Sagamore for approximately 2 miles to Yeager Road (fourth stoplight).
Turn left on Yeager Road.
Follow ensuing roundabout (approximately 0.25 miles) to Northwestern Avenue.
Follow Northwestern Avenue to Stadium Avenue (fourth stoplight, approximately 0.6 miles).
Turn right on Stadium Avenue.
Turn left on Martin Jischke Drive (two stoplights, one stop sign; approximately 0.5 miles).
Turn right into the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center parking lot.

From Chicago
Take I-65 south to S.R. 43 (exit 178).
Turn right off ramp.
Follow State Road 43 approximately 7 miles to the fourth stoplight (State Road 26 West/State Street).
Turn right on State Road 26.
Turn right at second stoplight (Grant Street).
Follow Grant Street to next stoplight.
Turn left on Northwestern Avenue.
Follow Northwestern Avenue to Stadium Avenue (second stoplight; approximately 0.5 miles)
Turn left on Stadium Avenue.
Turn left on Martin Jischke Drive (two stoplights, one stop sign; approximately 0.5 miles).
Turn right into the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center parking lot.


The Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center, which opened in August of 2001, has elevated Purdue swimming and diving facilities to a level equal to the finest in the nation. While serving as home to the men's and women's swimming & diving programs, the facility also provides a home for all recreational and educational swimming on the West Lafayette campus. Careful scheduling and use of moveable bulkheads allow multiple and simultaneous uses of the Holloway Pool and the diving well. The facility, located just west of the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center near the intersection of Stadium Avenue and Martin Jischke Drive, is a cooperative effort involving Purdue Athletics, the Division of Recreational Sports, and the Department of Health, Kinesiology and Leisure Studies. Originally the Boilermaker Aquatic Center, the facility was renamed May 5, 2017, in honor of Morgan Burke, Purdue's longtime vice president and athletics director, who also was a Boilermaker swimmer and swim team captain.

 

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