The "Horned Frogs Swimming and Diving" sign in the spectator seating area was one of a number of enhancements to the facility.
May 30, 2013
FORT WORTH - The home of TCU swimming and diving has gotten a facelift in recent week with the addition of new murals and signage in the entrance, pool, locker rooms and offices.
"The murals added to the pool and our offices really enhance our facilities," TCU head coach Richard Sybesma. "It will help us out in recruiting and it gives the pool a more modern look. The murals show the history of TCU swimming and diving in a way that we have never been able to before."
The entrance to the pool features a new wallpaper behind the TCU swimming and diving sign that was added prior to this season. Once in the pool, a mural stretches around the pool featuring action shots of many of the legends and great teams of TCU's history. The diving well has its own mural with TCU diving greats on it, too. The support beams for the 3-meter and platform diving boards got a new look as well. The spectator seating area is now adorned with a "Horned Frogs Swimming and Diving" sign.
The locker rooms also got new wallpaper and new signage. The coaches offices got new carpet and wallpaper along with new signage for each office.
To see a photo gallery of what the new murals look like, click here.