Physical Education and Athletics (PE)

Aquatics

PE-101 Beginning Swimming

Fall and Spring.

For the student who has little to no experience in the water. Introduces breath control, bobbing and floating. Stresses safety and comfort in the water and covers basic strokes and water entries.

D. Allen, C. Lee
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-102 Springboard Diving

Fall.

An introduction to the techniques of springboard diving. Includes forward, backward, inward, reverse and twisting dives.

R. Battis
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-103 Advanced Beginning Swimming

Fall and Spring.

For students who are comfortable in the water with a few basic swimming skills. Reviews the basic front and back strokes, floating and treading water. Introduces additional strokes and techniques.

M. Scecina
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-104 Beginning Scuba Diving

Fall and Spring.

Designed for someone with no scuba experience. Consists of classroom and pool time. Classroom: learning academics of diving; pool time: learning to use scuba equipment. Optional weekend of ocean diving leading to NAUI Scuba Diver certification, near end of session. First half of semester.

S. Ausevich
Notes: 2 PE Units. Half semester, fee course.

PE-105 Aqua-Jogging for Fitness

Not Scheduled for This Year.

This course will focus on Deep Water Running. The students will be upright in the water utilizing the Aqua Jogging belts provided. Each class will begin with a focus of the day (speed, endurance, strength, flexibility), then a warmup, the workout, followed by a cool-down. Students will be introduced to the following information as it relates to the activity of Aqua-Jogging: heart rate, assessment of perceived exertion, recovery, endurance training, speed training, Fartlek training, strength training and flexibility.

C. Lee
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half-semester. The student must be able to swim safely across the length of the diving well, without the belt, in order to be enrolled in the class.

PE-201 Intermediate Swimming

Fall.

For the student who is experienced with two to three strokes and can swim a minimum of 25 yards and is comfortable in deep water. Covers the four competitive strokes and recreational strokes and diving.

D. Allen
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-303 Swim and Stay Fit

Spring.

Offers conditioning through endurance swimming. Includes instruction on stroke technique.

C. Lee
Advisory: For intermediate and advanced swimmers
Notes: 2 PE Units. No repeats.

PE-306 Red Cross Lifeguard Training

Fall.

Includes certifications in Lifeguarding, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and Standard First Aid. Requirements include text and assigned reading and a written and practical final examination.

C. Lee
Advisory: Screening test; for advanced swimmers.
Notes: 3 physical education units with certification, 2 physical education units without. Some classes for the required CPR training portion will meet between 8:00am and 9:50am. Fee course.

PE-307 Water Safety Instruction

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Includes required test, reading assignments, and final examinations. This course will give the student a Red Cross certification to teach basic water safety and learn to swim classes.

D. Allen
Advisory: Minimum 17 years of age, screening test; for advanced swimmers.
Notes: 3 PE units with certification, 2 PE units without. Fee course.

Exercise, Fitness, and Wellness

PE-122 Fitness for Life

Fall and Spring.

Explains the purpose of physical exercise to enable each student to evaluate one's own level of fitness and design a personalized exercise program that will be beneficial throughout life. Topics include cardiovascular endurance, nutrition, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, weight management, and stress management. Half lecture, half activity. Required text and examination.

M. Esber, S. Terrell
Notes: 3 PE Units. No repeats.

PE-125 Beginning Weight Training

Fall and Spring.

Covers basic weight-training techniques and theory. Instructs students in the use of weight machines and a variety of other modalities. Allows students to develop individualized weight-training programs.

M. Esber, H. Putnam, S. Terrell, A. Whitcomb
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. No repeats.

PE-128 Walking for Fitness

Fall and Spring.

Covers all aspects of walking, focusing on incorporating walking into a lifetime fitness regimen. Emphasis on cardiovascular fitness by use of heart rate monitoring and perceived exertion. Goals will be set for distance and time.

M. Esber, H. Putnam, S. Terrell
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. No repeats.

PE-325 Functional Strength Training

Spring.

Introduces an integrated, functional approach to strength training that incorporates balance, coordination, and agility. Teaches weight training without machines, using dumbbells, medicine balls, stability balls, and body weight to grow stronger. Mini lectures on a variety of related exercise topics will also be given. This class is designed for students who exercise regularly and have at least a minimal level of fitness.

E. Perrella
Notes: 2 PE units. No repeats.

Dance and Individual Activities

PE-110 Hiking in the Pioneer Valley

Fall.

This course will introduce and develop an understanding of the activity of hiking by presenting the basics in the form of lecture and activity. It will cover safety, equipment, and planning trips. Course will consist of local hikes.

M. Esber, L. Hendricks
Notes: 2 PE units. No repeats; half semester.

PE-111 RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) Self Defense

Fall and Spring.

This course is part of a nationally-recognized program in Rape Aggression Defense (RAD). It will cover "streetwise" self-defense techniques, including stances, blocking, kicking, striking, voice commands and ground defense. It will also impart techniques for risk awareness, risk recognition and risk reduction. The semester's study concludes with an optional full contact self-defense simulation.

B. Arrighi
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester; course fee $25; RAD manual $5; no repeats; dress comfortably with athletic shoes with nonmarking soles.

PE-112 Beginning Yoga

Fall and Spring.

Yoga is an ancient practice from India that develops a balance of physical strength and flexibility and promotes evenness of mind. This class is an introduction to basic postures, meditation, and breathing techniques with a focus on unifying breath with movement. Revered for its therapeutic benefits, yoga can be practiced by people of all abilities with safe and healthy results.

L. Cameron, J. Carey
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. Fee: $25

PE-114 Beginning T'ai Chi (Taijiquan)

Fall and Spring.

T'ai Chi (Taijiquan) is a slow movement exercise that stimulates energy (Qi). This course introduces the Yang-style form, which includes a sequential pattern of movements that builds strength and flexibility, increases internal energy, and promotes a peaceful feeling in body and mind.

M. Kinuta
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. Fee: $25

PE-119 Ballroom Dance

Fall.

Introduces ballroom dances such as foxtrot, rhumba, waltz, polka, cha-cha, tango, and swing.

L. Priest
Notes: 1 PE unit. No repeats. Half semester.

PE-126 Pilates

Fall and Spring.

The Pilates Method offers a slow-building repertoire of stabilizing and mobilizing exercises that work the entire body. Focus is on use of breath, core strength, and full body connection. Students will learn the basic exercises that strengthen the major muscle groups of the body creating length and flexibility in an integrated way.

J. Carey
Notes: 1 PE Unit. No repeats. Half semester. Fee: $25

PE-211 RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) Keychain Self Defense

Spring.

This six-week course is a continuation of the RAD Self-Defense course. The Kubotan is a keychain that doubles as a self-defense tool. It is easy to learn to use and carry. The keychain can enable any person, with a minimum of training, to defend oneself, by nullifying any power/strength imbalance between oneself and the attacker.

B. Arrighi
Prereq: PE-111.
Advisory: Completion of a Basic RAD self defense class.
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester. Course fee $25; RAD manual and Kubotan $10; dress comfortably with athletic shoes with non-marking soles. No repeats.

PE-212 Intermediate Yoga

Fall and Spring.

Intermediate yoga introduces more advanced variations of basic postures and is an opportunity for students to deepen their experience of this practice. Yoga vinyasa, a style of yoga that links postures together in a flowing sequence will be introduced along with basic inversions. Recommended for students who have completed beginning yoga.

L. Cameron, J. Carey
Advisory: Previous experience suggested.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. Fee: $25.

PE-226 Intermediate Pilates

Fall and Spring.

This course continues the work of Pilates mat exercises. Students will attain a deeper understanding of the movement patterns and refine their skills to achieve a higher level of core conditioning and control.

J. Carey
Advisory: Previous experience suggested.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. Fee: $25.

Sports

PE-130 Beginning Table Tennis

Fall and Spring.

This course is an introduction to the game of table tennis. The grip, basic rules, serve, forehand and backhand will be introduced. Designed for students who have little or no table tennis experience.

M. Esber, M. Scecina, S. Terrell, A. Whitcomb
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester

PE-131 Beginning Tennis

Fall and Spring.

This course is an introduction to the game of tennis. It covers the basic skills, rules and strategy of singles and doubles. It is designed for beginning players with little or no tennis experience.

A. Santiago
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-132 Beginning Soccer

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Covers basic technique and strategies as well as the rules of the game. Designed for those with little or no previous experience.

K. Haneishi
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-133 Beginning Canoeing

Fall.

This course will provide basic skills and knowledge necessary for safe enjoyment of recreational flat water canoeing. It will cover basic tandem bow and stern strokes. It will provide students with the awareness of common hazards associated with the sport and develop the safety knowledge to avoid such hazards.

D. Allen
Advisory: Must be a swimmer; swim test given at first class meeting.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester.

PE-134 Beginning Badminton

Fall and Spring.

This course is an introduction to the game of badminton. Teaches the skills, rules and strategy of singles and doubles. It is designed for students who have little or no badminton experience.

M. Esber, M. Scecina
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-135 Beginning Volleyball

Spring.

Covers basic skills and strategy. Taught in conjunction with Physical Education 235s. For those with little or no experience.

S. Terrell
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-136 Beginning Fencing

Fall and Spring.

Covers the basics of Olympic-style fencing. You will learn the basic movements and principles of foil fencing and progress to bouting and referreeing one another's bouts. It is recommended that students who take the first half semester (section 01) also take the second half (02). The second half semester will build on the skills learned in the first half, with the addition of strategy and additional techniques, with plenty of bouting and will culminate in an in-class tournament at the end of the semester.

D. McMenamin
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. Fee: $25

PE-137 Beginning Golf

Fall and Spring.

Covers the fundamentals - complete swing, golf course etiquette, golf rules. Classes meet at golf course. For those with little or no golf experience.

T. Walko
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester; equipment provided; fee: $25

PE-140 Beginning Indoor Rowing

Fall and Spring.

Rowing is a life-long activity that provides great cardiovascular conditioning as well as an overall muscular workout. This course will introduce or perfect the participant's rowing stroke in the rowing tank or on the rowing machines (ergometers). Proper stretching and strategies for working out will also be discussed.

H. Putnam
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-142 Beginning Squash

Fall and Spring.

Introduces sound footwork, forehand, backhand drives, and volleys, lob serve, backwall shots, and boasts. Covers international squash rules and basic strategy. For beginning players who have had little or no squash experience.

E. Robson
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-144 Beginning Racquetball

Fall.

This course is an introduction to the game of racquetball. Covers basic strokes, rules, and strategy. For those with little or no racquetball experience.

M. Esber, M. Scecina
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-146 Beginning British Racketball

Fall and Spring.

This course is an introduction to the game of British racketball which is a game that combines racquetball with a slower ball played on the squash court. The course will cover the techniques, rules, and strategy of racketball. This course is ideal for those with little or no racketball/racquetball experience.

E. Robson
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-231 Intermediate Tennis

Fall and Spring.

Reviews the basic strokes. Emphasizes the lob, overhead, return of serve, and strategy for both singles and doubles.

A. Santiago
Prereq: PE-131.
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-234 Intermediate Badminton

Fall.

This course continues the basic skills and emphasizes playing formations, defensive and offensive shots and strategies for singles and doubles play.

M. Esber, M. Scecina
Prereq: PE-134 or PE-234.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester course, usually following Physical Education 134

PE-235 Intermediate Volleyball

Spring.

Elaborates on fundamental skills of beginning volleyball, in addition to the more advanced skills of blocking and individual defense.

S. Terrell
Prereq: PE-135.
Notes: 1 PE unit. Half semester.

PE-236 Intermediate Fencing

Spring.

Continues the basic skills and emphasizes more complicated strategies and tactics. Expands on handwork and footwork.

D. McMenamin
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester. $25 fee.

PE-237 Intermediate Golf

Fall and Spring.

Offers on-course instruction in appropriate shots for various situations. For those with some golf experience.

T. Walko
Notes: 1 PE Unit. Half semester; equipment provided; fee: $25

PE-242 Intermediate Squash

Spring.

Reviews stroke techniques, footwork, and basic strategies; introduces more advanced strategies; and shots such as slice serves, cross-court lob returns, reverse boast, and drop shots. Emphasizes consistency in shots, shot combinations, and a thorough knowledge of the rules. For players who have completed 142 and/or who have some playing experience.

E. Robson
Prereq: PE-142.

Riding

PE-051 Beginning Riding: An Introductory Course

Fall and Spring.

Teaches safety and general procedures in handling, grooming, and tacking the horse. Allows mounted students to learn and practice the basic riding position and communication aids for stopping, going and turning at the walk and trot with an introduction to the canter. Instruction will be multidisciplinary. Special emphasis on horse care and overall stable management. For those with no prior horse experience and/or no formal riding instruction.

J. Collins, E. Donaldson, M. Hilly, L. Sattler, J. Wilda
Notes: 2 PE Units. Riding fee $765; two 60-minute meetings.

PE-052 Beginning Riding II

Fall and Spring.

Reviews basic riding position and the proper aids for the walk and trot with emphasis on greater control and harmony with the horse. Continues the introduction and practice of canter work and introduces the jumping position.

K. Crutchfield, M. Hilly, C. Law, L. Sattler, The department
Notes: 2 PE Units. Riding fee $765; two 60-minute meetings.

PE-053 Beginning Intensive Riding

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Beginning riding course to cover material listed in 051 level courses over a shortened time frame.

The department
Notes: 1 PE Unit.

PE-054 Team Beginner/Advanced Beginner Riding

Not Scheduled for This Year.

This class is for riders of the 051/052 level who are in need of a physical education riding class to satisfy the riding team requirement of being in a PE class.

The department
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE Units.

PE-055 Western Beginning Riding

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Teaches safety and general procedures in handling, grooming,and tacking the horse for Western style riding. Students will learn and practice the basic Western style riding position and communication aids for stopping, going, and turning at the walk and jog. For those with no or very limited horse experience.

K. Wainscott
Notes: 1 PE Unit.One meeting 60 minutes. Fee. $350

PE-151 Low-Intermediate Riding

Fall and Spring.

Teaches students to improve control of the horse on the flat and introduces low jumps. Focus on the rider includes developing a stable position, strength, and balance. For riders capable of controlling a horse at the walk, trot, and canter.

E. Donaldson, L. Sattler
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765. Two 60 minute classes.

PE-155 Novice Western Riding

Fall and Spring.

For the rider who would like to develop one's western riding skills including horsemanship, showmanship, trail and pattern work. Riders must be able to walk, jog and lope.

K. Wainscott
Advisory: Riders must be able to walk, jog, and lope.
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765.

PE-250 Intermediate General Riding

Not Scheduled for This Year.

For riders with moderate experience who would like to ride one/time per week on the flat. Riders must be capable of walking, trotting, and cantering. The instructor will stress fun and finer communication with the horse both on the ground and riding through use of both natural and classical approaches. Topics such as bareback, games, longe-ing, green horse training, and principals of classic and hunt seat equitation and dressage will be explored.

L. Sattler, J. Wilda
Notes: 1 PE Unit. One meeting 60 minutes. Fee $405

PE-251 Intermediate Riding

Fall and Spring.

Focuses on improving the rider's effective use of the aids to influence the horse and on developing a secure position and balance. For those capable of riding on the flat and over two-foot jumps, while maintaining control of the horse.

J. Collins, K. Crutchfield, E. Donaldson, C. Law, L. Sattler, J. Wilda
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765. Combined with PE-354.

PE-252 Introduction to Dressage

Fall and Spring.

Teaches riders with a solid mastery of riding at all three gaits and how to begin to put a horse on the bit. Teaches students how to correctly ride the dressage movements required at the lower training levels while focusing on confidence.

M. Hilly
Advisory: Must be able to walk-trot-canter.
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765.

PE-255 Intermediate Western Horsemanship

Not Scheduled for This Year.

This riding class focuses on improving the rider's effective use of the aids to influence the horse and to develop a secure position and balance for western horsemanship. Focus on equitation and pattern skills.

K. Wainscott
Advisory: For riders that are capable at the walk, jog and lope.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. One 60 minute class. Fee $405.

PE-351 High-Intermediate Riding

Fall and Spring.

Emphasizes maintaining proper position and balance at all paces and over more complex courses. Focuses on riding technique to persuasively influence the horse's movements. Riders taking this class should be capable of jumping a three-foot course and riding more athletic horses.

K. Crutchfield, C. Law
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765. Two 60 minute classes. Combined with PE-451.

PE-352 Intermediate Dressage

Fall and Spring.

Teaches riders who have had an introduction to dressage how to gain more confidence and skill, influencing horses in all three gaits and how to correctly ride the dressage movements required at the upper training levels. Riders must be able to put most horses on the bit.

M. Hilly, P. Pierce, L. Sattler
Notes: Riding fee $765. Combined with PE-452.

PE-354 Modified High Intermediate Riding

Fall and Spring.

For riders highly competent on the flat, in the hunt seat, or in dressage discipline who have less or minimal expertise over fences. Working on the flat, riders will be challenged with classic equitation and dressage principals. On jumping days, they will be led step by step to work on position and the fundamentals of jumping.

J. Collins
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765. Combined with PE-251.

PE-355 Advanced Western Riding

Not Scheduled for This Year.

For riders with significant Western-style riding experience. The class will focus on further refinement and effective use of the aids for training in equitation, pleasure, trail, and reining.

K. Wainscott
Notes: 1 PE unit. One 60 minute class. Riding fee $405.

PE-451 Advanced Riding

Fall and Spring.

Develops the art of communication with the horse for improved harmony through effective use of legs, seat, and hands in dressage and when jumping. Riders taking this course should be capable of jumping a 3'3" to 3'6" course.

N. Cannici, C. Law
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765. Combined with PE-351.

PE-452 Advanced Dressage

Fall and Spring.

For experienced dressage riders to improve understanding of straightness, rhythm, obedience, and suppleness. The goal is to improve application of aids through a balanced and effective seat. Riders at this level must have experience riding First Level movements or above.

M. Hilly
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE Units. Riding Fee $765. Combined with PE-352.

PE-455 Bringing Dressage Theory to Life

Fall and Spring.

This advanced riding course will explore a series of principles and movements in classical dressage and advanced flatwork and will apply this knowledge in mounted sessions with some unmounted lecture sessions.

P. Pierce
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE Units. Riding Fee $765. Two 60 minute classes.

PE-456 Jumping for Boarders and Ship-Ins

Fall and Spring.

For experienced jumping riders with their own mounts to learn and practice over fences weekly. Hunter, jumper, equitation, and event riders welcome. Each week gymnastics and/or full courses will be used to best train the horse and rider to negotiate jumping obstacles in a smooth and harmonious manner with emphasis on track, pace, balance, rhythm, and timing. In the event a personal horse becomes unusable, a pro-rated fee will be incurred.

J. Collins
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE units. Riding fee $765.

PE-459 Private Riding Instruction

Fall.

PE-459RA Private Riding Instruction 2x/week

Fall and Spring.

Private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, private lessons are only available for those with their own horses or those with access to privately owned horses.

J. Collins, K. Crutchfield, M. Hilly, C. Law, P. Pierce, J. Wilda
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE units. 17 lessons. Riding fee $1360.

PE-459RB Private Riding Instruction 1x/week

Fall and Spring.

Private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, private lessons are only available for those with their own horse or those with access to privately owned horses.

J. Collins, K. Crutchfield, M. Hilly, C. Law, P. Pierce, J. Wilda , L. Sattler
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE unit. 9 lessons; riding fee $720.

PE-460 Private Hunter Seat Instruction

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, private lessons are only available for those with their own horse or those with access to privately owned horses.

J. Collins, E. Donaldson, C. Law, J. Wilda
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE unit. 9 lessons (45 minutes). Riding fee.

PE-461 Semi-Private Riding Instruction

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Semi-private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, semi private lessons are only available for those with their own horse or those with access to privately owned horses.

C. Law
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE Unit. 9 lessons (50 minutes); Enrollment limited to 2-3 students per class; Riding Fee

PE-461RA Semi-Private Riding Instruction 2x/week

Fall and Spring.

Semi-private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, semi-private lessons are only available for those with their own horses or those with access to privately owned horses.

J. Collins, M. Hilly, C. Law, P. Pierce, J. Wilda
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 2 PE units. 17 lessons (45-60 minutes), twice per week. Riding fee $935.

PE-461RB Semi-Private Riding Instruction 1x/week

Fall and Spring.

Semi-private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, private lessons are only available for those with their own horses or those with access to privately owned horses.

J. Collins, M. Hilly, C. Law, P. Pierce, J. Wilda
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE unit. 9 lessons (45-60 minutes); once per week. Riding fee $495.

PE-462 Semi-Private Dressage Instruction

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Semi-private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor. Until further notice, semi private lessons are only available for those with their own horse or those with access to privately owned horses.

The department
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE unit. 9 lessons (50 minutes). Riding fee.

PE-463 Private Western Instruction

Not Scheduled for This Year.

Private instruction available by arrangement and permission of instructor only. Private lessons are only available for those with their own horses or on schoolhorses if availability permits. Schoolhorses will be assigned to group PE classes first.

P. Pierce
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE unit. Riding fee.

Athletics

PE-401 Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Team

Spring.

The intercollegiate swimming and diving teams are comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

D. Allen
Notes: 2 PE units. Team selection by tryouts.

PE-423 Intercollegiate Cross-Country Running Team

Fall.

Includes five to seven meets. Seven Sisters Invitational Tournament, New England Championships, and NEWMAC Championship.

J. Adams
Advisory: Team selection by tryouts.
Notes: 2 PE Units.5 meetings.

PE-431 Intercollegiate Tennis Team

Fall and Spring.

The intercollegiate tennis team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

A. Santiago
Notes: 1 PE unit for fall participation. 1 PE unit for spring participation. Team selection by tryouts.

PE-432 Intercollegiate Soccer Team

Fall.

Includes fourteen-game schedule. NEWMAC Championship.

K. Haneishi
Advisory: Team selection by tryouts.
Notes: 2 PE Units.5 meetings.

PE-435 Intercollegiate Volleyball Team

Fall.

Includes 18- to 20-match schedule. Seven Sisters Tournament, Volleyball Hall of Fame Invitational, and NEWMAC Championship.

S. Terrell
Advisory: Team selection by tryouts.
Notes: 2 PE Units.5 meetings.

PE-437 Intercollegiate Golf Team

Fall and Spring.

The intercollegiate golf team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

T. Walko
Notes: 1 PE unit for fall participation. 1 PE unit for spring participation. Team selection by tryouts.

PE-438 Intercollegiate Basketball Team

Spring.

The intercollegiate basketball team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

M. Scecina
Notes: 2 PE Units. Team selection by tryouts; 5 meetings.

PE-441 Intercollegiate Rowing Team

Fall and Spring.

The intercollegiate rowing team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

L. Larsen-Strecker, H. Putnam
Notes: 1 PE unit for fall participation. 1 PE unit for spring participation. Team selection by tryouts.

PE-442 Intercollegiate Squash Team

Spring.

The intercollegiate squash team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

E. Robson
Notes: 2 PE units. Team selection by tryouts.

PE-443 Intercollegiate Track and Field Team

Spring.

The intercollegiate track and field team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

C. Lee
Notes: 2 PE Units. Team selection by tryout; 5 meetings

PE-445 Intercollegiate Lacrosse Team

Spring.

The intercollegiate lacrosse team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

M. Esber
Notes: 2 PE Units.Team selection by tryouts; 5 meetings

PE-446 Intercollegiate Field Hockey Team

Fall.

Includes 18-game schedule. Seven Sisters Tournament and NEWMAC Championship.

A. Whitcomb
Advisory: Team selection by tryouts.
Notes: 2 PE Units. 5 meetings.

PE-458 Intercollegiate Riding Team

Fall and Spring.

The intercollegiate riding team is comprised of student-athletes with varsity or club experience at the secondary level. Seasons are 18 or 19 weeks. Mandatory practices and/or competitions occur six days per week. If you have not been recruited to participate on a varsity team, contact the head coach for more information.

C. Law
Instructor permission required.
Notes: 1 PE Unit.

Academic Courses

PHYED-275 Introduction to Sport Pedagogy

Spring. Credits: 4

This course is designed to introduce students to the many facets of sport pedagogy and coaching. Our focus is the strategies and styles of coaching youth sports. Topics include coaching philosophy, motor learning, anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, sport psychology and risk management/liability. Other topics include the benefits of playing sports, developing age-appropriate instruction and training, goal setting, effective feedback, special issues in coaching children, and coaches as role models for children. In a local school system, we will apply the concepts and theories learned, by developing and implementing lesson plans to introduce various athletic skills and sports.

Applies to requirement(s): Meets No Distribution Requirement
Other Attribute(s): Community-Based Learning
D. Allen
Notes: No PE units awarded.

PHYED-295 Independent Study

Fall and Spring. Credits: 2 - 4

The department
Instructor permission required.

PHYED-395 Independent Study

Fall and Spring. Credits: 4 - 8

The department
Instructor permission required.