Cortopassi Aquatics Center

 

  1. Administration

  2. Chapel

  3. Oblates'  Residence

  4. Classrooms

  5. Robinson Hall-Athletics

  6. Ram Center/Bookstore

  7. Cafeteria/Offices

  8. Band/Choir Room

  9. Morelli Gym

  10. Msgr. Burke Gym

  11. Sanguinetti Field

  12. Cortopassi Pool

  13. Sprague Field House

  14. Baseball Fields

  15. Basso Tennis Complex

  16. Chase Athletic Center

  17. Thompson Complex

  18. Statue of Mary

  19. CROP Garden

  20. St. Francis Statue

 

 

 

The Cortopassi Aquatics Center, built due to the generosity of Dino Cortopassi and his family, has become the premier aquatics facility in the Stockton area.

 

Since it's opening in 2007, the center has hosted national collegiate water polo tournaments,  Stockton Swim Championships, provided lap swimming memberships and hosted countless other events that serve the community at large. 

 

The center is the home for St. Mary's water polo and swim teams, both of which have excelled in league and section competition since the opening of the Aquatics Center.