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  Club Sports    
 
The club sports program at Stockton is designed as a vehicle for students to create organizations that help to meet the co-curricular needs of the college community members. Coordinated through the Office of Athletics and Recreation under the club guidelines in the Student Manual for Organizations, club sports can be categorized into the competitive and non-competitive variety. Competitive club sports include bowling, fencing, ice hockey and table tennis. Non-competitive club sports include aikido, karate, scuba, swimming and weight training. Students interested in participating can contact club leaders through the upper G-wing mailboxes or meet with the Assistant Athletic Director located in the Sports Center or call 652-4985 or extension 4217.

Active Club Sports
Aikido Bowling Men's Rowing (varsity)
Deep Sea Fishing Club Golf (varsity) Fencing
Karate Ice Hockey Scuba
Table Tennis Weight Training (co-ed)  
   
 

Aikido - "The Gentle Art of Self Defense"
Dates: January 18 through April 26, 2007 (no classes March 13 & 15)
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Times: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Sports Center Court #3 (behind bleachers)
All College community members are welcome to participate in "the gentle form of self defense." Our instructors have a number of years of experience in this martial art form.

Wednesday Night Bowling
Dates: January 24 through April 11, 2007 (no bowling March 14)
Times: 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Location: Strike Zone Lanes, 1400 White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor City
Our students have organized an open bowling night that meets every Wednesday. All Stockton students are welcomed. Price per night is $4.50 that includes shoes and three games.

Ice Hockey
Season: September through February
Location: Flyers Skate Zone (Atlantic City, NJ)
Practice and game times: TBA
Requirements: Participants must meet NCAA eligibility requirements. Participants must receive physicals and be approved by Stockton athletic trainer.
Fee: $500 per semester (due January 15, 2007)
For more information, contact Paul Chambers at 652-4985 or coach Ian Walterson at 441-1780 (extension 226).

Men's Rowing
Practices begin in February. Contact Paul Chambers at 652-4985 for more information.

Deep Sea Fishing
Trips are planned each semester.

Fencing
Dates: January 22 through April 26, 2007 (no classes March 12 & 15)
Days: Mondays and Thursdays
Times: 8 pm - 10 pm
Location: Sports Center Court # 3 behind far side bleachers
Fencing instruction is provided in epee, foil and saber. Technique and foot work are taught in this exciting sport.

Golf
An organizational meeting during the first week of March 2007 for any interested students wanting to participate.

Scuba Certification Class
Dates: October 2 through November 1, 2007
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Times: 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Locations: L-005 Meeting Room 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm/Pool 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Fees: $320 Stockton Students/$350 Faculty, Staff & Alumni
Stop by the Office of Athletics and Recreation in the Sports Center, Office 303 for specific information on this popular course. Qualified instructors from the Atlantic Dive Shop in Pleasantville will be teaching the course. You receive NAUI scuba certification upon successful completion of the course.

ULTRA (Undergraduate Learning, Training and Awareness Program)
Lifeguard Training Classes
Class dates TBA.
For more information, contact Kristin Camm at cammk@stockton.edu or
652-4544.

CPR for the Professional Rescuer
Dates: TBA
Times: TBA
Location: Sports Center Conference Room 205
Fees: $42 College Community Members/$57 Non-College Community
This course teaches skills in recognizing and caring for breathing and cardiac emergencies; CPR for infant, child, adult, two rescuer CPR, use of resuscitation mask and bag-valve mask. A minimum of six people must enroll for the class to be held.

Community First Aid and Safety
Dates: TBA
Times: TBA
Location: Sports Center Conference Room 205
Fees: $30 College Community Members/$45 Non-College Community
This course teaches skills in recognizing and caring for breathing and cardiac emergencies for infants, children and adults, in addition to identifying and caring for life-threatening bleeding, sudden illness and other injuries. A minimum of six people must enroll for the class to be held.

   
 

Send questions or comments to Sports Information Director at
rollmanc@stockton.edu
or Dean of Athletics and Recreational Programs and Services at
G.Larry.James@stockton.edu