Physical Education and Athletics

Director Webb

Director of Athletic Facilities McCarthy

Assistant Director Ladd, Chair

Coach Baker

Coach Campbell

Coach M. Dombrowski

Coach George

Coach Johnston

Coach Harcus

Coach Heitzenrater

Coach S. Laurendine

Coach T. Laurendine

Coach McCarthy

Coach Obermiller

Coach Parrish

Coach Poggi

Coach C. Shackelford

Coach J. Shackelford

Coach Smith

Coach Watters

Assistant Backlund

Assisant Boudreaux

Assistant Butters

Assistant Camp

Assistant Engel

Assistant Evangelista

Assistant Gibson

Assistant Glenn

Assistant Hawkins

Assistant Herriott

Assistant Jiang

Assistant Pierson

Assistant Shank

Assistant Van Dyke

Assistant Wiegand

Instructor Wilson

Trainer Bivens

Trainer Green

Trainer Knight

All students must receive credit for two semesters of work in physical education deemed satisfactory by the Department of Physical Education. As of the Advent 2010 semester, student completion or non-completion of required physical education courses is recorded on the transcript on a pass/fail basis.

Beginning with the class graduating in 2012, students must have earned one PE credit before the end of the freshman year, and a second PE credit before the end of the sophomore year. Exceptions may be made by petition to the College Standards Committee. Each class generally consists of two scheduled periods each week of one hour in length. (These courses do not count toward the thirty-two academic courses required for graduation).

Participation in a year-long program of varsity (or club) athletics in one sport yields two PhEd credits.

Among the objectives of this program are:

1. To develop an enthusiasm for playing some game well so that it may be enjoyed both in college and later life.

2. To develop agility and coordination of mind, eye, and body.

3. To grow in understanding of and develop skills in maintaining physical fitness for daily living.

The Department of Physical Education offers instruction in various activities throughout the year governed by student-expressed interest.

The intramural program for men offers competition in touch football, volleyball, basketball, racquetball, golf, ping pong, pool, floor hockey, team handball, equestrian, and ultimate frisbee.

Women's intramural athletics include volleyball, basketball, softball, football, soccer, cross country, racquetball, and tennis.

Schedules are maintained in the following men's varsity sports: football, soccer, basketball, swimming and diving, baseball, tennis, golf, lacrosse, and track & field.

Athletic activities for women students include the following varsity sports: basketball, cross country, equestrian, field hockey, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track & field, lacrosse, and volleyball.