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  1. Research Methods in Athletic Training by Brent Arnold, Bruce Gansneder, et all 2004-01
  2. Training For Athletics And General Health (1904) by Harry Andrews, 2010-09-10
  3. Crimson in Triumph: A Pictorial History of Harvard Athletics, 1852-1985 by Joe Bertagna, 1989-09
  4. Current Topics in Musculoskeletal Medicine: A Case Study Approach (The Athletic Training Library) by Mark DeCarlo MHAMSPTSCSATC, Kathy Oneacre MAATC, 2001-04-01
  5. Athletic Training Exam Review: A Student Guide to Success by Lynn Van Ost RNPTATCMEd, Karen Manfre ATRMA, et all 2009-06-15
  6. Arnheim's Principles of Athletic Training: A Competency-Based Approach by William Prentice, 2010-02-23
  7. Therapeutic Massage in Athletics (Lww Massage Therapy & Bodywork Educational Series) by Pat Archer, 2006-07-19
  8. General Medical Conditions in the Athlete (General Medical Conditions in the Athlete (W/DVD)) by Micki Cuppett, Katie Walsh, 2005-06-17
  9. Reimbursement for Athletic Trainers (The Athletic Training Library) by Marjorie Albohm MSATC/L, Jeff G. Konin PhDATCPT, et all 2001-04-01
  10. The Athletic TrainerÆs Guide to Strength and Endurance Training (The Athletic Training Library) by Denise Wiksten PhDATC, Carolyn A. Peters MAATCCSCS, 2000-09-01
  11. Athletic Training Student Primer: A Foundation for Success by Andrew P. Winterstein PhDATC, 2009-06-15
  12. Athletics in the Ancient World by E. Norman Gardiner, 2002-11-20
  13. Professional Behaviors in Athletic Training (The Athletic Training Library) by Susan E. Hannam HSDATCCHES, 2000-05-01
  14. Hot Topics in Sports and Athletics

1. Duke University Blue Devils - General Releases - Official Athletic Site
Inducted into Duke Hall of Fame July 30, 1999 1998-99 Statistics July29, 1999 - Ticket Information. Duke athletics general Releases.

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Duke University General Athletic Releases April 3, 2003 - This Week's Online Auction Ends Today, New Items Posted Today
March 26, 2003
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March 5, 2003
- Bidding For 2003 Indian Chief Motorcycle Ends Thursday, March 6 At Noon
March 4, 2003
- New Items Up For Bid On Duke Online Auction February 13, 2003 - Four Duke Women's Teams Ranked #1 Nationally During 2002-2003 Season February 11, 2003 - Duke Narrows Carlyle Cup Gap February 10, 2003 - 2003 Indian Chief Motorcycle Up For Bid February 7, 2003 - Duke Mascot Bobble Head Available Beginning February 10 At McDonald's January 27, 2003 - DUKE-UCONN Ticket Special Ends Today, New Items Up for Auction January 22, 2003 - Fourteen Blue Devils Named To ACC 50th Anniversary Top-50 Teams January 15, 2003 - Duke Athletics Announces Fall Nominees For The TAG Heuer MVP For The Carlyle Cup January 13, 2003 - New Items Up For Bid On Duke Online Auction Site January 10, 2003

2. Athletics: General
Athletics Team web site hosted at eteamz Woodinville, Washington 98072 USA Athletics. AthleticsGeneral. athletics general. Home. News. Calendar. Schedules
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3. The University Of Southern California Trojans - Official Athletic Site - Default
Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Football Soccer Tennis Track Field Women's Sports Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Track Field Recreation Intramurals Fitness Center Overview
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Golf Rowing ... Water Polo DEPARTMENTS Traditions Trojan Spirit USC Campus The Galen Center ... Links We're sorry, the page you requested does not exist. Men Baseball Basketball Football Golf ... Water Polo Women Basketball Cross Country Golf Rowing ... Student Advantage , Inc. and the University of Southern California. The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams indicated. No logos, photographs or graphics on this site may be reproduced without written permission. Default

4. University Of Massachusetts - Official Athletic Site - General Releases
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University Info

UMass Athletic Development Office
308 Mullins Center
200 Commonwealth Avenue
Amherst, MA 01003-9254
What We Support Donor Benefits Priority Points System ... Upcoming Events
Contact your Athletic Development Office staff at 413-545-4290.

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Associate Athletic Director Athletic Development Bob Behler Assistant Director Amy Benoit Staff Writer Lori Pio Assistant Jeff Bohne Data Entry UMass Athletic Fund Supporting UMass athletics for the past decade! UMAF Membership Brochure (in PDF Format) Download Free Acrobat Reader The UMass Athletic Development Office was established in Fiscal Year 1991 to provide comprehensive fundraising for the University of Massachusetts intercollegiate athletic program (22 Varsity Teams.) The UMass Athletic Fund (UMAF) was introduced in Fiscal Year 1992 as the official fundraising arm for intercollegiate athletics at UMass. The mission of the UMAF is to encourage the involvement and financial support of alums, parents, and friends to enhance the UMass athletic program. Its objective is to provide the additional resources necessary for the University's student-athletes and coaches to compete successfully - regionally and nationally - thereby allowing them to do their part in bringing honor, national recognition, and high public regard for the University of Massachusetts. Since the UMAF was founded, it has raised more than $9 million for UMass athletics.

5. University Of Wyoming, General Releases Official Athletic Site Of The Wyoming Co
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Building Wyoming's Athletic Legacy into the 21st Century The Rochelle Athletics Center. Video Tour of Rochelle Athletic Center (1/23/02) - (Real Player required)
Updated RAC Donor List

Index of Photos of the RAC
LARAMIE, Wyo. - On August 31, 2001, the Curtis and Marian Rochelle Athletics Center (RAC) opened its doors. Upon its opening, the RAC ushered in a new era in University of Wyoming Athletics. Thanks to a historic $4.2 million gift from the Rochelles, the largest donation in school history, the new facility began construction in May of 2000. At a total cost of $9.4 million, the facility was entirely paid for by private donations. A total of 167 individuals donated money to the construction. The RAC will serve to meet the academic and athletic needs of all 17 University of Wyoming intercollegiate sports. Containing 46,140 square feet, the state-of-the-art facility houses: a 4,470 square foot academic and counseling center; a 4,829 square foot sports medicine facility; a 5,697 square foot locker room for the Cowboy Football team; and an 8,633 square foot strength and conditioning area. Also featured in the RAC will be display areas for the University of Wyoming Athletics Hall of Fame, chronicling the great men and women who have built the legacy of Cowboy and Cowgirl Athletics.

6. Northeastern Athletics General Information
Northeastern Athletics Specific policies and guidelines relating to academic eligibilityfor athletics are distributed in writing to all studentathletes.
Northeastern University is an integral part of the New England sports community, fielding 19 varsity teams in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I sports as well as other teams and individuals in national and international arenas. The university's teams, nicknamed the Huskies, are also some of the region's most successful. See the bottom of the page for team-specific notes. NU also plays host to some of the biggest collegiate evnts. Northeastern hosted the NCAA field hockey championship at Parsons Field in 1994 and 1999. Northeastern, along with Harvard, will host the 2006 NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four at the FleetCenter in Boston. The 2001 Women's Hockey National Championship semifinals and finals were played at Matthews Arena. NU and Matthews Arena will hosted the 2002 America East Men's Basketball Championship and will co-host the 2003 event with Boston University at Walter Brown Arena. Northeastern teams compete as part of the America East Conference, with some exceptions: Football plays in the tough Atlantic 10 Conference, while the men's and women's hockey teams compete in Hockey East, the nation's premier league. There's little question that Northeastern's conferences are also making great strides. In the 1998-99 season, the Atlantic 10 had the I-AA football champion (Massachusetts), Hockey East member Maine won the national title, and America East sent five of its members to NCAA postseason play in basketball. In 2000-01 Boston College, a member of Hockey East, won the NCAA men's hockey national title. In women's hockey, the Huskies formerly played in the ECAC, which provided three of the final four teams both in 1998 and '99 and two of the teams in 2000 and '01. The 2002-03 season brings the inaugural year of women's Hockey East play.

7. The University Of Southern California Trojans - Official Athletic Site - General
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Golf Rowing ... Water Polo DEPARTMENTS Traditions Trojan Spirit USC Campus The Galen Center ... Links PLAYING BY THE RULES A Guide to NCAA Rules for Every Alumnus and Friend of USC Athletics. The University of Southern California is proud of its great tradition in intercollegiate athletics. We are committed to achieving at the highest levels on the playing fields and in the classroom, while abiding by all National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules. Our athletic program would not be where it is today without the support of loyal alumni and friends like you. Your support is equally important to our compliance effort. As an NCAA member, USC is responsible for the actions of those whom the NCAA considers "representatives of it's athletics interests," traditionally known as boosters. This guide has been developed to provide you with the basic information concerning the NCAA rules, and to answer questions you may have regarding the recruitment of prospective student-athletes and contact with currently enrolled student-athletes. By assisting USC in rules compliance, you are helping preserve the integrity of Trojan Athletics, and protecting the athletic eligibility of our student-athletes. Indeed, if a well-meaning but misguided fan or booster commits a violation, USC will be held responsible, and the consequences can include bans on post-season competition and TV coverage.

8. University Of Southern Colorado Athletics Home Page
General information regarding sports programs offered including soccer, volleyball and basketball.
Athletics Links Athletic Administrative Staff
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The USC Athletic Department Mission Statement
Pueblo Chieftain
Gagliardi Named RMAC Tennis Player of the Week

April 2, 2003
Tennis Teams Sweep CC

April 1, 2003
Clement Wins RMAC Award

April 1, 2003 Baseball Returns to National Polls March 31, 2003 Baseball Completes Four Game Sweep March 30, 2003 Softball Hurls Twin Shutouts March 29, 2003 Timely Hits Lead to Sweep of Mines March 29, 2003 USC-Mines Baseball Moved to Pueblo March 28, 2003 Golf Finishes Second in Hays March 25, 2003 Men's and Women's Tennis Win March 25, 2003 Baseball Downs UNC March 25, 2003 Tennis Teams Win in Arizona March 24, 2003 12 T-wolves on Academic All-RMAC Team December 18, 2002 Stanley Named Region Coach of the Year December 13, 2002
Danny Cummins and the rest of the Pack resume RMAC play Friday night at 7 p.m. versus Regis. SCOREBOARD Baseball Regis T-wolves Regis T-wolves Regis T-wolves Softball Neb.-Kearney

9. Bowdoin: Student Life: Athletics: General Information
Bowdoin College Athletic Department. General Information. Bowdoin's athleticprograms offer a wonderful complement to students' academic experience.
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Bowdoin College Athletic Department
General Information
Bowdoin's athletic programs offer a wonderful complement to students' academic experience. The expansive program of varsity, club and intramural sports provides opportunities for everyone. 30 varsity teams, six club teams, three levels of intramural competition in ten sports and over two dozen fitness and lifetime sport classes are all a part of the program. VARSITY TEAMS:
Coed: Sailing
Men: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Nordic Skiing, Alpine Skiing, Soccer, Squash, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track, Golf.
Women: Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Softball, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Nordic Skiing, Alpine Skiing, Soccer, Squash, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track, Golf, Volleyball. INTERCOLLEGIATE CLUB TEAMS:
Rowing (men and women), Ultimate Frisbee (co-ed), Water Polo (men and women), Rugby (men and women), Men's Volleyball, Equestrian (men and women)

10. University Of Tulsa Athletics: General Releases
October 4, 2000 Tulsa Athletics to Launch Online Store September 29, 2000 - FANSonlyWireless Delivers Latest Golden Hurricane News September 8, 2000 - TU
Choose Sport: Basketball-M Basketball-W Cross Country Football Golf-M Golf-W Rowing-W Soccer-M Soccer-W Softball Tennis-M Tennis-W Track Volleyball
April 3, 2003
- The University of Tulsa All Sports Banquet Set for April 29
March 28, 2003
- GameDay Fan Guide
February 6, 2003
- WAC Announces All-Academic Honors for 2002 Fall Sports
January 30, 2003
- Tulsa to Host Major League Soccer Exhibition Match Between Dallas and Kansas City
January 25, 2003
- TU Basketball Fans Can Help Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
January 8, 2003
- TU Participates in Girls and Women in Sports Day
November 12, 2002
- Tulsa to Induct Three Former Athletes and First 20-Win Basketball Team into Athletic Hall of Fame
October 3, 2002
September 26, 2002
- Tulsa Recognized With USA TODAY/NCAA Academic Achievement Award
August 26, 2002
- Parking and Shuttle Information for TU vs. OU football game. August 14, 2002 - Tulsa is One of 45 Schools in Compliance with Title IX Scholarship Rules August 14, 2002 - Tulsa Names Ivey Director of Strength and Conditioning July 19, 2002

11. University Of Tulsa Athletics: General
End Savings! • Sports Specific TShirt (Grey) • Athletic DepartmentT-shirt (Blue) • Football T-Shirt (Grey) Tulsa General.
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Birdies For Wishes Golden Hurricane golfers shoot to help children of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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    Birdies for Wishes is a new fundraising initiative formed in conjunction with the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA), the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Birdies for Wishes was designed to enlighten a child's life with the power of a wish and make it come true with every birdie or made by a collegiate golfer, in hopes of enriching their life experiences with trust, power, and happiness. With every birdie or better that the college golf team of your choice makes, you have the opportunity to help make children's wishes come true. Five pledge levels allow you to choose the level of contribution appropriate for you: Diamond Other amount more than $5 per birdie or better Platinum $5 per birdie or better Gold $1 per birdie or better Silver $.50 per birdie or better
  • 12. Monmouth University Athletics: General Information
    GENERAL INFORMATION. MISSION STATEMENT. It is the role of the Monmouth UniversityDepartment of Athletics to provide studentathletes with the opportunity to
    Select Team Baseball Basketball (M) Basketball (W) X-Country(M) X- Country (W) Field Hockey Football Golf (M) Golf (W) Lacrosse (W) Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Softball Tennis (M) Tennis (W)
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    GENERAL INFORMATION MISSION STATEMENT It is the role of the Monmouth University Department of Athletics to provide student-athletes with the opportunity to develop their full potential while safeguarding their physical welfare in an environment that promotes both high academic standards, development of leadership capabilities, and sportsmanship. These objectives are best achieved through a broad-based program that provides equal opportunity for all its student-athletes regardless of race, color, age, sex, disability, religion, ethnic or national origin, or sexual orientation and which is administered in accordance with the highest principles of intercollegiate athletics competition. STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE It is the intent of Monmouth University to comply with all applicable rules and regulations of the NCAA. Monitoring will be provided to ensure compliance and to identify and report to the NCAA instances in which compliance was not achieved. Members of the staff, student-athletes, and other individuals and groups representing the institution's athletics interest shall comply with all applicable rules and regulations. Coaches and staff members are required to report any and all violations. Additionally, coaches and staff members shall provide assistance and encouragement to any student-athlete that wishes to report potential violations. Coaches are instructed to direct student-athletes that may have any rules questions or compliance concerns to the associate athletics director in charge of compliance.

    13. SMS Athletics
    General info about Bears teams and the Bears Fund, as well as staff, links, broadcasts, and results.
    Southwest Missouri State
    Select a Sport Baseball Basketball (M) Basketball (W) Cross Country Field Hockey Football Golf (M) Golf (W) Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Softball Swimming Tennis (M) Tennis (W) Track Volleyball Achievement Center Mission Statement Athletics Calendar Athletic Training ...
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    Jack Steck Story Posted: 4/2/03 - 12:45 PM CST After finishing 200 points behind first place in 2002, the SMS women’s swimming and diving team claimed the 2003 Missouri Valley Conference crown by over 150 points in only the program’s fifth year of existence. It was a major overhaul for the Bears as they finished third the previous two seasons and fourth the two years before that. SMS was able to dethrone Southern Illinois, who had won the previous five and seven of the last eight Valley titles, by breaking 18 of 19 varsity swimming records. SMS Gains Split With Tulsa

    The SMS softball team gained a split from the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Wednesday, April 2 as it rebounded from a 5-0 loss in game one to win the nightcap, 7-4. The Bears are now 16-16 overall and 5-6 in the Missouri Valley Conference. The SMS offense was held in check in game one, collecting just four hits, while striking out nine times. Sarah Nemlowill took the loss for the Bears, allowing two earned runs on six hits.

    14. University Of Tulsa Athletics: General Releases
    Tulsa Golden Hurricane athletics has brought Sports Specific TShirt (Grey) •New Bar T-Shirt (White) • Football T-Shirt (Grey) Tulsa General Releases.
    Choose Sport: Basketball-M Basketball-W Cross Country Football Golf-M Golf-W Rowing-W Soccer-M Soccer-W Softball Tennis-M Tennis-W Track Volleyball
    The University of Tulsa Athletic Points of Pride Notes about the TU athletic department.
    * Tulsa is an NCAA Division I member for all sports. On July 1, 1996, Tulsa became a member of the Western Athletic Conference. * Tulsa currently sponsors 18 intercollegiate sports. Women: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Outdoor Track, Volleyball; Men: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor Track, Soccer, Tennis, Outdoor Track * Tulsa has won six national championships, four in women's golf (1982 and 1988 NCAA and 1980 and 1982 AIAW titles) and two in men's basketball (1981 and 2001 NIT). * Tulsa Golden Hurricane athletics has brought increased national exposure to the city of Tulsa through nationally televised athletic events (most recently CBS, ESPN and Fox Sports Network) and additional national media coverage. * Skelly Stadium seats 40,385 for football. The stadium was built in 1930. Tulsa plays its home basketball and volleyball games at the Donald W. Reynolds Center, which opened in December 1998, on the TU campus. The arena seats 8,355 for basketball. The Donna J. Hardesty Sports Complex will house the Michael D. Case Tennis Center, as well as softball and soccer fields, and a track and field.

    15. University Of Tulsa Athletics: General Releases
    Savings! • Sports Specific TShirt (Grey) • Athletic DepartmentT-shirt (Blue) • Football T-Shirt (Grey) Tulsa General Releases.
    Choose Sport: Basketball-M Basketball-W Cross Country Football Golf-M Golf-W Rowing-W Soccer-M Soccer-W Softball Tennis-M Tennis-W Track Volleyball
    Golden Hurricane Club Photo Gallery
    July 27, 2001 GHC Photos

    (Click on a photo for a larger version)
    Jack Naifeh, Larry McDougall, Phyllis Aschim and Nicholas Volz can't wait for the game to start.
    Warren Wilkerson along with Gary and Sharon James wait for their waiter to bring their order.
    Dottie and Bill Shouse order dinner while Don and Chris
    Hoose await their turn. Joe and Jo Ann Lemley take one last look at
    the menu before they decide.
    GHC Excutive Director Mike Dodson address the crowd,
    while Kerry Haney and Frank and Mary Lou Weaver look on. Ann and Bill Lilsau look over the menu one more time. Brendon and Brian Smith along with Tom Turner discuss the evenings festivities before the game. Paul and Nancy McTighe enjoy an appetizer before heading to Madison Square Gardens for the game. J Mote, Dick Boerger, Jim Miller and Phil Snyder talk over the keyes to a TU victory. Mary Lyons and Bob Daniels enjoy a pre-game meal with Greg and Denise Spears.

    16. City Of Eugene Athletics General Information
    The Athletics program coordinates the use and maintenance of Cityowned athleticfields and facilities, programs league and other organized sports activities
    General Information Sports Calendar Registration Player Add/Drop Form (PDF) ... General Information General Information The Athletics program coordinates the use and maintenance of City-owned athletic fields and facilities, programs league and other organized sports activities for adults and youth, and is a central community information source regarding athletic activities. Field and facility maintenance is performed for 23 softball fields, 18 turf fields, and the disc golf course. The City also jointly owns and maintains the Shasta Softball Complex with Bethel School District. Athletics staff works closely with other groups to coordinate these facilities and the City's 23 tennis courts. All users, except local youth programs, are charged minimal rents. Approximately 75% of all facilities are used by youth. Athletics offers organized sports activities for adults. Offerings include men's, women's, and coed league competition for softball, volleyball, basketball, ultimate frisbee, and outdoor soccer. In addition to scheduling and information assistance for youth, the Athletics program directly provides youth sports activities not offered by other local sports programs, including ultimate frisbee and disc golf. The City contracts with a private operator to manage the Laurelwood Golf Course.

    17. City Of Eugene Athletics General Information
    Athletics League Results Basketball, Soccer. Softball, Ultimate, Volleyball. Winter2003, Winter 2003, Fall 2002. Winter 2003, Winter 2003. General Information, Sports
    General Information Sports Calendar Registration Player Add/Drop Form (PDF) ... General Information Current Athletics Registration Schedule and Information Athletics League Schedule Basketball Soccer Softball Volleyball Ultimate Winter 2003 Spring 2003 Fall 2002 Spring 2003 Spring 2003 Men's Sun. A Men's A Women's B/C Women's A-1 ... Coed E Athletics League Standings Basketball Soccer Softball Ultimate Volleyball Winter 2003 Spring 2003 Fall 2002 Spring 2003 ... Spring 2003 Athletics League Results Basketball Soccer Softball Ultimate Volleyball Winter 2003 Spring 2003 Fall 2002 Spring 2003 ... General Information

    18. Dudley Athletics General Info
    General Information. Come join in the fun and help us to build on DudleyHouse's success in Intramural Athletics in recent years.
    General Information Here's an introduction to the intramural program available to Dudley House Members. Also be sure to check out the Eligibility rules , as well as the official Harvard Intramural webpage! Dudley House participates in the Harvard-Radcliffe Intramural Athletic Program, together with the other 12 Harvard houses. We take part in nearly 20 different sports, with co-ed, women's and men's teams. You may participate in as many different sports as you want during the year. It is not necessary to be 'good' at a sport in order to play the important thing is to have fun, and the emphasis is on participation. If you are interested in helping out Dudley's intramural efforts further, any assistance in organizing, coaching or captaining a team is always welcome. The intramural year is divided into three seasons: Fall, Winter and Spring. The seasons feature the following sports: Fall : Soccer, Coed Volleyball (A-league and B-league), Touch Football, Coed Ultimate Frisbee, Charles River Run, Tennis Tournament, Coed Soccer Tournament (6 players) Winter : Basketball (A-league, B-league, women's, and 6-foot-and-under), Ice Hockey, Table Tennis, Fencing, Squash, Indoor Track

    19. Athletics General Information
    Department Information. Whether you are interested in intercollegiate competitionor intramural fun, the Athletic Department has opportunities for you.
    Department Information Gym Administration Weight Room
    Department Information
    Whether you are interested in intercollegiate competition or intramural fun, the Athletic Department has opportunities for you. Varsity Sports Women's: Softball and Volleyball Mens: Baseball and Basketball Each varsity sport offers scholarships based on athletic abilities. Tryouts are scheduled for all sports. Contact the coaches for dates and times.
    Dr. Sarah Pappas
    George Sanders Athletic Director/Head Trainer Wanda Zimmerman Athletic Staff Assistant Brian Newberry Equipment Manager
    There will be free play in the gym on each day from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Times may vary in some cases based upon practice times for basketball and volleyball.
    Weight Room
    The weight room is also open to students, faculty and staff on: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 12 to 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 to 2 p.m
    This page is maintained by Brian Newberry- Last Updated 12/05/02-
    Web Specialist

    20. Rhodes College Athletics General Information
    RHODES COLLEGE ATHLETICS QUICK FACTS Rhodes College. Athletics DepartmentMain Phone (901) 8433457. Athletics Department Fax (901) 843-3749.
    The origin of the Lynx nickname dates back to 1923 when then college president Dr. Charles E. Diehl decided that the college should have a mascot representing its students and its athletic teams. Diehl chose the name "Lynx", supposedly because of the cat's uniqueness. According to the National Collegiate Directory, Rhodes is the only four-year undergraduate college with the nickname "Lynx." The Lynx mascot was designed by Larry Ahokas of the Rhodes Office of Communications in 2000. RHODES COLLEGE ATHLETICS: QUICK FACTS Rhodes College 2000 North Parkway Memphis, Tennessee 38112 Athletics Department Main Phone: Athletics Department Fax: Rhodes Athletics Web Site Address: College Web Site Address: College Founded in 1848 Nickname: Lynx Colors: Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) College President: Dr. William E. Troutt

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