Lejeune Hall  

Lejeune Hall Lejeune Hall

This swimming and wrestling complex is named after the 13th Commandant of the Marine Corps, Lieutenant General John Archer Lejeune, a member of the Naval Academy Class of 1888. It is the first building at the academy to be named for a Marine Corps officer. Lejeune Hall opened in 1982 to give the U.S. Naval Academy one of the world's finest facilities for all competitive swimming, diving and water polo events in intercollegiate, U.S. Swimming and Diving, and Olympic categories. This physical education center houses an Olympic-size indoor swimming pool and diving complex, as well as a wrestling loft, conditioning area and saunas.
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