Welcome to saveHPL.orgMany of you may not know that the Huey P. Long Fieldhouse’s Pool facility has been closed for the past 7 years. It has fallen into dismal disrepair, and it is disappointing to see this unique building not only be shut off from today’s student-body, but be allowed to completely decay before our eyes! This building is in need of repair as is evident by the photographs on this site. The memories of this once unique and great facility have been relegated to a small tree growing where the bulkhead once hung.
At this point in time, nothing is in the works with the University to take care of the HPL pool facility. Would you partner with the LSU swim team and help start a campaign to restore the Huey P. Long pool? Let’s honor the proud traditions and memories that began with this original LSU building by donating today towards the Pool’s renovation and restoration through the Tiger Stripes Aquatic Fund.
Thank you in advance for your concern and support.
Latest newsStory from The Advocate
Preservationists from 16 states visited LSU’s Huey P. Long Pool as a part training exercise to help brainstorm on ways to restore the facility to its former glory. Please click the above link for the story.Sign the Save HPL Petition
Please take a minute to sign this online petition to help move this issue to the forefront.The Foundation for Historical Louisiana
We would like to thank The Foundation for Historical Louisiana for their support in acknowledging the need in restoring this beautiful part of LSU History.Huey P Long Website
Get more information on the man that was the driving force behind or beloved Pool.LSU Swim Team
saveHPL.org its proud to have the support of the LSU Swim Team. Click the link above to go to their website.