Pacific Rec Spring 2014 Involvement Guide
fitness classes, cooking demos, RecSports competitions, outdoor trips, sport clubs, informal recreation, employment opportunities, equipment/bike rentals, special events.
Involvement Index WELLNESS PacWell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2 Wellness Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3 FACILITIES Rec Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4 Baun Fitness Center . . . . . . . . . Page 5 FITNESS Tiger Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 Triathlon Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 TigerX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7 Olympic Fitness Challenge . . . . . . Page 8 TIGER ESCAPES . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9 SPORTS & COMPETITION RecSports . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10-11 Sport Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 12-13 Pacific Rowing . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 13 SPECIAL EVENTS Love Your Body Week . . . . . . . . Page 14 Backyard Games . . . . . . . . . . . Page 14 Additional Programs . . . . . . . . .Page 15 RENTALS Equipment/Facility Rentals . . . . .Page 15 BFC Bikes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 16 EMPLOYMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17 Micah Mori Caitlin Sommers Assistant Director 209-946-7307 email@example.com Coordinator for Fitness Programs 209-946-7300 firstname.lastname@example.org Brett Billet Vince Orfano Graduate Assistant for RecSports 209-946-7607 email@example.com Graduate Assistant for Fitness Center Operations 209-946-7606 firstname.lastname@example.org Mike Habura Bryan Lenz Graduate Assistant for Sport Clubs & Facilities 209-946-7759 email@example.com Director 209-946-2738 firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to Pacific Rec The mission of Pacific Recreation can be defined by a simple statement: “Maximum Potential”. However, the subtleties of this mission are not as simple. Pacific Recreation is committed to providing high quality and innovative programs and services designed to foster the development of the whole person, including: healthy lifestyles, physical fitness, emotional and social competence, leadership, and athletic performance. We are dedicated to student development and meeting the recreation and wellness needs of the diverse Pacific community. BUILDING A BETTER REC EXPERIENCE It’s an exciting time at Pacific Recreation! As the needs of our program and facility users evolve, we remain committed to staying at the forefront of the recreation industry. Therefore, we would like to enthusiastically announce several significant program enhancements new for 2014: CREATING FUNCTIONAL FITNESS SPACE CRUSHIN’ THE CARDIO The BFC Rubber Room will be re-branded as the “Roar Room” with the following equipment additions: The BFC cardio section has been outfitted with 33 new machines, diversifying our equipment lineup and increasing its technological components. • Truss System featuring TRX suspension trainers, battle rope, seated climbing rope “ESCAPE” FROM CAMPUS • Extreme Core Trainer We have expanded our Tiger Escapes trip menu and have partnered with ASuop to support a Spring Break Mexican Cruise featuring kayaking and horseback riding excursions. CYCLE CLASS RE-IMAGINED We look forward to providing you an even better Baun Fitness Center experience in 2014! • Heavy Bag & BoxMaster unit • (2) squat racks with platforms Racquetball Court #1 has been converted into “The Bike Shop”, a state-of-the-art cycle studio equipped with acoustic panels, improved HVAC, wall murals and ambient lighting. This will serve as the new home to BFC cycle classes. In Good Health, Bryan Lenz Director for Recreation PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 1 Pacific Wellness (PacWell) University of the Pacific is committed to the whole person wellness of our Pacific family. PacWell encompasses the 8 dimensions of wellness, all of which are interconnected. These dimensions are emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, and spiritual. Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of and make choices for overall wholeness, happiness, and well-being. Look for these logos around campus as they identify where each dimension is represented at Pacific. Wellness at Pacific Rec Emotional environmental Baun Fitness Center Sport Clubs 2 Financial Intellectual Occupational Physical social Spiritual TigerX Classes RecSports Tiger Escapes Team Pacific Employment PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE WELLNESS WING SCHEDULE All events are from 4:30pm-6:30pm unless otherwise noted January 15th February 19th March 19th Wellness Wing Spring Kickoff Sign up for the Olympic Fitness Challenge. Free Pacific Rec towels for the first 50 to register. Healthy Cooking Series: Stir-Fry Looking for a healthy, vegetable-packed meal that tastes awesome? Also learn why authenticity and mindfulness is good for your health. NutriCat shows you how to make a healthy stir fry in 10 minutes. Forget Panda, save money and eat better too! Keeping it Real: Facebook, Texts and Tweets Come learn how to live authentically in a high tech world. Also learn why authenticity and mindfulness is good for your health. January 22nd Free Fitness Assessments & New Year’s resolution resources In a sensitive environment, our Tiger Trainers will assess you on the five components of fitness: muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. January 29th Healthy Cooking Series: Superbowl Snacks Get ready for the big game with footballworthy meal ideas from NutriCat! Learn healthier snack options as well. February 5th Team Pacific Team Pacific will provide an opportunity to connect to employment opportunities on campus through DeRosa University Center, Pacific Recreation, New Student and Family Programs, Student Support Services and Student Leadership Development. Build your professional toolset at Pacific! February 12th Treat Your Body Right! Smoothie Bike & Protein Shaker giveaway Celebrate Love Your Body Week with a DIY smoothie on the bike! First 100 participants will receive a free blender smoothie cup! March 26th Into The Light Take part in the Hope-Memory Tree while learning about suicide prevention tips and community resources. Campus Bike Ride Bring your own bike or borrow one of ours as we take a 15-minute cruise around campus. Learn about campus sustainability initiatives and the Baun Bike rental program. March 5th April 2nd Safe Spring Break Be smart on Spring Break! Nutricat stops by to create mocktails, provide information on safe sex (and condoms), and discuss sun safety. Stop by before you head on break. Sustainability Month How-to: Container Gardening Do you want to grow your own vegetables but live in a small space with no yard? Come learn the art of container gardening – growing plants in small outdoor spaces. February 26th April 9th Healthy Cooking Series: Study Snacks Exams getting to you? Don’t let cramming for your next test derail your diet. Come out to the Wellness Wing to taste some of NutriCat’s favorite study snacks, with enough samples to go around! April 16th Yoga on the DUC Lawn Our 5:05 p.m. yoga class moves outdoors to enjoy the spring weather and de-stress prior to Finals. PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 3 rec facilities Janssen Lagorio Gym main gym BFC Rock Tower Sun.—Thurs.: 6:30p.m. — 11:30p.m. Fri.-Sat: 6:30 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. Tues./Thurs./Fri.: 12:00 p.m. — 2:00 p.m. Sun.—Thurs.: 6:30p.m. — 11:30p.m. Fri.: 6:30 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.: 4pm-8pm Fri.: 3pm-6pm Sat.: 12pm-2pm (Open Basketball, Open Volleyball, RecSports Competitions) (Open Basketball, Open Badminton, RecSports Competitions) Hal nelson tennis courts chris kjeldsen pool complex Competition Sand Volleyball Courts Mon./Wed./Fri.: 6:00 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. Mon.—Fri.: 7:45 a.m. — 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m. Sat.—Sun.: 11:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m. Courts reopen in March on Fridays from 3pm-6pm (Operated by Pacific Athletics) (Operated by Pacific Athletics) All hours are subject to change. Please see updated facilities schedules for current hours. 4 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE BAUN STUDENT FITNESS CENTER SPRING 2014 HOURS OF OPERATION (January 11th–May 10th) Monday—Thursday: 6:00 a.m. — 12:00 a.m. Friday: 6:00 a.m. — 9:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. — 8:00 p.m. Suday: 10:00 a.m. — 10:00 p.m. Scheduled Facility Closures and Revised Hours • December 14-20 (Winter Break): Mon-Fri: 7am-9:30pm; 11:30am-2pm; 4pm-7pm Sat-Sun: 10am-2pm SPRING 2014 MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION Full-Time Students: No additional fees are required for full-time undergraduate students (12+ units) or full-time graduate students (8.5+ units) in either the fall or spring semesters. Summer Students: $60/Summer OR $25/Summer Session Co-Op Students, Student Teachers, Students on Rotation, Part-Time Students, Student Spouses, and Physical Therapy Students: $200/Annual • $85/Semester • $25/Month* Faculty, Staff, Partners, Spouses: $200/Annual • $85/Semester • $25/Month* • December 21-January 1: Closed Alumni and Spouses: • January 2-10 (Winter Break): Mon-Fri: 7am-9:30pm; 11:30am-2pm; 4pm-7pm Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm $250/Annual • $25/Month* • January 20 (MLK Jr. Day): 3pm-10pm • February 17 (Presidents’ Day): 3pm-10pm • March 9-15 (Spring Break): Mon-Fri: 7am-9:30pm; 11:30am-2pm; 4pm-7pm Sat-Sun: 10am-4pm Emeriti and Spouses: $150/Annual • $15/Month* Affiliates and Spouses (Requires Director Approval): $300/Annual • $30/Month* Osher (OLLI) (Must show OLLI ID and current semester sticker): • May 5-9 (Finals Week): Mon-Fri: 6am-9pm $85/Semester • $25/Month* • May 10 (Commencement): Closed Limited Entry Punch Cards (Valid for 2 months from issue date): $40/10 entries - card will be punched upon every entry BFC Locker Prices Full Size Half Size Payroll deductions available for ANNUAL PASSES ONLY Annual: $120 Semester: $60 Monthly: $20 Annual: $60 Semester: $30 Monthly: $10 Ask a BFC Guest Services Team Member for more information or call (209) 946-2811 A Pacific ID or valid membership card will be needed to gain entry into the fitness facility at all times. * 2-month minimum purchase for new members PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 5 PERSONAL TRAINING COST COMPARISON In-Shape Health Clubs Baun Fitness Center 24 Hour Fitness 5–1 hour sessions = $110 5–50 minute sessions = $360 Outsources personal training to a 3rd party vendor. ($22/sessions) ($72/sessions) 10–1 hour sessions = $200 10–50 minute sessions = $690 To get pricing information you must set up an appointment with Personal Training sales representative. ($20/sessions) ($69/sessions) 20–1 hour sessions = $360 20–50 minute sessions = $1270 ($18/sessions) ($63.50/sessions) At the Baun Fitness Center our goal is to offer competitive pricing, and to provide excellent customer service with accurate pricing and enrollment information up-front. Sign up for Tiger Training to see what our trainers can do for you. Contact Fitness Coordinator Caitlin Sommers at email@example.com, 946-7300 or ask for more information at the BFC desk. TRIATHLON TRAINING CLUB Train for a members-only campus triathlon FREE Training Program • One weekly group swim workout, one weekly group run/bike workout • Motivational coaches, tips, and emails • Training packet designed to your specific level • Meet similar active-minded students, staff, and faculty • Work your way toward your first triathlon AND a coveted triathlon club t-shirt Group Training Sessions: Mondays @ 6pm: Swim @ Kjeldsen Pool Thursdays @ 6am: Run/Bike @ Baun Fitness Center 8 WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM Starts February 10 Register at the BFC Desk Sprint Distance: 750m swim/12.4mi bike/3.1mi run 6 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE Tiger x classes Tiger X classes are FREE for BFC members! No classes January 20 (MLK, Jr.) or February 17 (Presidents’ Day) Spring Schedule (January 13-March 8) Note: Schedule is tentative. Visit go.pacific.edu/rec for schedule updates and class descriptions. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Cycle 6:30–7:15 A.M. Cycle 6:30–7:15 A.M. Cycle 6:30–7:15 A.M. Core Fit Yoga 6:30–7:15 A.M. Cycle 6:30–7:15 A.M. Fit and Functional 8:30–9:30 A.M. Fit and Functional 8:30–9:30 A.M. Spring Schedule Yoga 12:05–12:50 P.M. Power Sculpt 12:05–12:50 P.M. XplodeZone Bootcamp 4:30–5:20 P.M. TRX Body Blast Express 4:00–4:30 P.M. Pilates 4:00–4:50 P.M. Yoga 5:15–6:30 P.M. TRX Body Blast Express 4:30–5:00 P.M. Yoga 5:15–6:30 P.M. Zumba® 5:15–6:15 P.M. Yoga 5:15–6:40 P.M. Cycle 5:30–6:15 P.M. Cycle 5:30–6:15 P.M. Cycle 5:30–6:15 P.M. Cycle 5:30–6:15 P.M. Cycle 5:30–6:15 P.M. Zumba® 6:30–7:30 P.M. Yoga 6:45–7:45 P.M. XplodeZone Bootcamp 6:30–7:20 P.M. TRX Circuit Training 6:30–7:20 P.M. Cycle 7:30–8:15 P.M. TurboKick 6:30–7:30 P.M. Yoga 7:45–8:45 P.M. Black Light Cycle 9:00—9:45 P.M. Social Dance 9:00–10:00 P.M. Zumba® 8:00–9:00 P.M. SUNDAY Fit and Functional 8:30–9:30 A.M. Power Sculpt 12:05–12:50 P.M. R.I.P.P.E.D 7:45–8:45 P.M. SATURDAY Yoga 12:05–12:50 P.M. Zumba® 12:05–12:50 P.M. Cycle 11:00–11:45 A.M. Zumba® 4:00–4:50 P.M. Yoga 5:00–6:00 P.M. Yoga: Advanced Studies Workshops Deepen your practice and understanding of Yoga in this engaging and challenging class (4) Saturdays from 10:15am-12pm January 25 March 22 February 22 April 19 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 7 BAUN FITNESS CENTER OLYMPIC Decathlon Get into the Olympic Spirit just in time for the 2014 Winter Olympic games. Complete all 10 events and win a Pacific Rec Olympic training shirt. Sign up starting January 15th at the Wellness Wing (first 50 to sign up get a Pacific Rec towel) Olympic Challenge runs from January 15-February 7 Tracking sheets will remain at the BFC desk throughout the Challenge – you are responsible for getting your stamp each time you complete an event. events include… *if there are two events listed you choose which one you attend (you can attend both if you wish!) • Climbing the rock tower • Attending TigerX classes • Visiting the wellness wing • Attending a Pacific Tigers basketball game • Many more! National Recreational Sports and Fitness Day February 24, 2014 @ Baun Fitness Center • Special Tiger X Class • Massage Therapy • Chiropractor • Healthy Snacks by Nutricat • Giveaways *Open to entire Pacific community 8 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE January 25 Snowshoeing/Tubing Adventure Mountain-Lake Tahoe $20/students $30/staff, faculty, guests 7am-6pm -includes lunch Register by January 20 February 17 (Presidentsâ€™ Day) Alcatraz Tour San Francisco $30/students $40/staff, faculty, guests 11am-9pm Register by February 10 March 1 Redwood Tree Zip Lining (2-hours) Mount Hermon Redwood Canopy Tours $50/students $75/staff, faculty, guests 10am-7pm -includes lunch Register by February 13 March 29 Paddleboard Yoga Class (90-min) Lodi Lake $15/students; $25/ staff, faculty, guests 9am-1pm Register by March 21 April 12 Yosemite Hike $15/students $22/staff, faculty, guests 7am-7pm -includes lunch Register by April 4 REGISTER FOR TRIPS @ GO.PACIFIC.EDU/RECSTORE Questions? Contact Bryan Lenz: firstname.lastname@example.org or 209.946.2738 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 9 RECSPORTS Season THREE EVENT LEAGUE ENTRY OPEN CLOSE DATES LOCATION 5v5 Basketball League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Jan. 13 Jan. 24 2/3 — 3/6 JL Gym Indoor Soccer League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Jan. 13 Jan. 24 2/3 — 3/6 Main Gym Dodgeball League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Jan. 13 Jan. 24 2/3 — 3/6 JL Gym Doubles Ping Pong League Open $10 Jan. 13 Jan. 24 2/3 — 3/6 BFC Arena Flag Football Tournament Men, Women, Co-Ed $5 Jan. 13 Feb. 19 2/22 JL Gym Floor Hockey Tournament Men, Women $5 Jan. 13 Feb. 26 3/1 Main Gym Capture the Flag Tournament Open $5 Jan. 13 Mar. 19 3/22 Brookside Field NCAA Game Week Open FREE Jan. 13 March Madness Bracket Challenge Open FREE TBA 3/17 — 4/1 TBA Various Online Season FOUR EVENT LEAGUE ENTRY OPEN CLOSE DATES LOCATION Flag Football League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Mar. 3 Mar. 21 3/31 — 5/1 Brookside Field Outdoor Soccer League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Mar. 3 Mar. 21 3/30 — 4/30 Brookside Field Indoor Volleyball League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Mar. 3 Mar. 21 3/31 — 4/30 JL Gym 3v3 Basketball League Open* $15 Mar. 3 Mar. 21 4/1 — 5/1 JL Gym Sand Volleyball League Men, Women, Co-Ed $35 Mar. 3 Mar. 21 3/31 — 4/30 Sand Courts Quidditch Tournament Men, Women, Co-Ed $5 Mar. 3 Apr. 2 4/5 WPC Lawn Doubles Badminton Tournament Open $2 Mar. 3 Apr. 6 4/9 Main Gym Softball Tournament Men, Women, Co-Ed $5 Mar. 3 Apr. 9 4/12 Brookside Field Ultimate Frisbee Tournament Men, Women, Co-Ed $5 Mar. 3 Apr. 16 4/19 Brookside Field Doubles Tennis Tournament Men, Women* $2 Mar. 3 Apr. 23 4/26 Hal Nelson Register online at: imleagues.com/pacific/registration Pay in BFC or online: go.pacific.edu/recstore 10 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE RecSports Campus Cup Series Participate year round in Pacific Recreationâ€™s campus cups! Organizations earn points for team registration, team success, and good sportsmanship. Social Greeks representing fraternities and sororities compete for the Tiger Trophy; the reigning two-year champs? Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Phi. The BFC Bowl is dedicated to Residence Halls, with Southwest winning two years ago and Monagan/Brookside bringing home the hardware last year. Lastly, the Pacific Plate is awarded to formal or informal student groups. Back-to-back champs, Kappa Psi, look to win again with steep competition from Physical Therapy! Affiliate your teams and track points on IMLeagues.com! For questions, call 209-946-7607 or stop by Baun Fitness Center RECSPORTS CAMPUS CUP Standings as of 12/2/13 BFC Bowl - Residence Halls Name Total Points Southwest 10 Tiger Trophy - Sororities Name Total Points Delta Delta Delta 225 Alpha Phi 100 Kappa Alpha Theta 55 Delta Gamma 10 Tiger Trophy - Fraternities Name Total Points Pi Kappa Alpha 725 Sigma Chi 430 Beta Theta Pi 280 Theta Chi 80 Pacific Plate - Student Organizations Name Total Points Physical Therapy 625 Kappa Psi 545 Christian Fellowship 275 DNT 165 Phi Epsilon Kappa 145 Theta Tau 40 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 11 Sport clubs Pacific has a wide variety of active sport clubs for student participation. Each club is student run, and the teams vary in level of structure and competitiveness. All current sport clubs are members of the Sports Club Council, which serves as the programs’ governing body. Don’t see the sport club you’re looking for? Contact Mike Habura at email@example.com for information on how to create a new club! Badminton – The Badminton Club meets on Friday evenings in Main Gym where it competes in inner-squad recreational competition. Men’s Soccer – The Men’s Soccer Club competes during the fall semester in the West Coast Soccer Association against the likes of UC-Davis, Chico St., UC-Berkley, and Nevada-Reno. Contact: Rebecca Liu firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Daniel Giovinazzo email@example.com Climbing – The Climbing Club meets weekly at the Baun Fitness Center where it tackles the rock tower and schedules trips to exciting locales like Big Sur, Yosemite, and Mt. Diablo. Women’s Soccer – The Women’s Soccer Club is looking to become a strong competitor in the West Coast Soccer Association as it competes against Northern California’s top clubs. Contact: Evan Kristiansen firstname.lastname@example.org Equestrian Polo – Polo club practices at the Oakdale Polo Club and competes against Stanford, Cal Poly, and UC Davis. Contact: Rebecca Lewit email@example.com Men’s Lacrosse – Lacrosse Club is active year-round and competes against other universities in the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League. With nearly 20 committed team members, this year’s squad looks to capture a league title. Contact: Alex Lecko firstname.lastname@example.org Quidditch – Quidditch is a fast-paced, full-contact sport adopted from the Harry Potter franchise. Players with different abilities and backgrounds come together to practice and compete against teams from Northern California. Contact: Bri Prebilic Cole email@example.com Rugby – The Rugby program has a young core of athletes who are taking the Northern California Rugby Union by storm. With many returners, the club is poised to have a successful season. Contact: Mikey Jimenez firstname.lastname@example.org Tennis – The Tennis Club can be found hitting balls at the Hal Nelson Tennis Courts on Saturday afternoons. This year the club will compete in sectionals and host its first tournament. Contact: Erica Tinjaca email@example.com Snow – Snow Club was established to provide Pacific students with the opportunity to enjoy the snow. The club aims to develop a snow recreation community at Pacific, enable all financial backgrounds to participate in snow sports, and travel to mountains around the region. Contact: Derek Kuether firstname.lastname@example.org Men’s Volleyball – The Men’s Volleyball Club looks to build off a strong 2013 campaign as it prepares for the NCVF National Tournament in May. Contact: Byrne Belden email@example.com Women’s Volleyball – The Women’s Volleyball Club hosts a NCCVL tournament each year and is emerging on the competitive circuit. Contact: Josannah Rosario firstname.lastname@example.org Wrestling – Wrestling club began in the fall 2013 semester. The club is actively seeking new members and plans to begin competing against regional opponents. Contact: Mario Arreguin email@example.com Ultimate Frisbee – The Ultimate Frisbee club plays innersquad matches every Sunday on Brookside Field. Contact: Tim Lindberg firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Derek Fong email@example.com For more information please contact Mike Habura at firstname.lastname@example.org or (209) 946-7759. 12 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE SPORT CLUB SCHEDULE Men’s Volleyball 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/15-16 2/21 2/22 2/22 3/8-9 3/15-16 4/3-5 UC Davis @ Home UNR @ Home Mini Tournament @ UC Davis Far Westerns @ UC Davis @ Sac State @ Santa Rosa Humboldt @ Santa Rosa NCCVL League Championships State Championships NCVF Championships 11 AM 11 AM All day All day 7 PM 1 PM 2:30 PM All day All day All day Women’s Volleyball 1/26 @ Sac State 1/26 Reno-Nevada II @ Sac State 2/1 UC Davis @ Home 2/2 San Francisco II @ Home 2/8-9 Crossover Event @ Home 2/15-16 Regionals @ Chico State 2/22-23 Far Westerns* @ UC Davis 3/1 San Jose II @ San Jose State 3/8 NCCVL League Champs** @ TBA 3/15 @ St. Mary’s College 12 PM 2 PM Noon 11 AM All Day All Day All Day 1 PM TBA 1 PM Rugby 1/18 2/1 2/8 2/15 2/22 3/1 3/8 3/29 Cal Maritime @ Home Sonoma State @ Home @ Humboldt @ University of San Francisco CSU Monterey Bay @ Home @ Sierra College Santa Rosa JC @ Home St. Mary’s College @ Home Lacrosse 2/1 2/2 2/15 2/16 3/22 3/29 4/4 4/6 4/12 4/26 St. Mary’s College @ Home S Oregon U @ Home @ San Jose St Nevada @ Home W Wash U @ Home Sierra Nevada @ Home CSUSM @ Home @ UCSC CSUMB @ Home @ Humboldt St 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 1 PM 7 PM 1 PM 1 PM Noon JOIN THE CREW! PACIFIC STROKES PACIFIC CREW Strokes participants play teambuilding games, learn about collaboration and leadership themes, and experience the oldest collegiate sport in the United States in a safe, inclusive, and rewarding environment. This program is also a great way to meet new friends as our expert Student Rowing instructors teach you to “row as one”. For those who may want to represent the University on our competitive Crew, but need special help developing core strength, base fitness, and learning proper diet info for both winning and success in the classroom, Strokes is perfect for you. Worried about managing student athlete priorities well? Pacific Crew athletes had a 3.34 GPA last season, one of the highest student group GPA’s on campus. Try-outs are conducted in September and in January, with limited spots available. A free 2 week period is included for coaches and athletes to discuss whether Pacific Crew is a good fit, so come see if you can count yourself among the elite! Pacific Strokes is a new non-competitive rowing program that was created for Pacific students who want to row and train for fitness and fun, but who simply don’t have the time to train competitively or have difficulty beginning their training day at 5 am. Pacific Strokes currently meets 3 days a week; Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 6-8 pm, and Saturday mornings. Attendance is not mandatory, and participants may come as often or as little as their schedules allow. Pacific Crew is our University’s competitive Rowing program, and no previous experience is necessary. Pacific Crew travels to Southern California in the fall to compete at the Newport Autumn Rowing Festival, and in the spring races in Sacramento at WIRA Championships. Tiger Rowers train on some of the best water in the West Coast, the Deep Water Channel, just 5 minutes from campus. Past Tiger Rowers have medaled at the regional and national level. We would love to speak with you personally! Please check us out at www.tigerrowing.org and contact the appropriate instructor for more info or to sign up. PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 13 Love Your Body Week Monday: Love Your Body Week Splash Down! Meet us in front of the UC from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. for a body image splash down! Write negative thoughts about your body on a water balloon and then smash it! Tuesday: Amber Krzys is coming to Pacific! Listen to her speak on body image, self-esteem, and ways to love yourself- just the way you are. 7 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. Wednesday: 4:30-6:30 p.m. Treat Yourself Day in the Wellness Wing! Stop by to make a free smoothie on the bike! First 100 participants will receive a free blender smoothie cup! Healthy Relationship Discussion: stop by to hear experts discuss healthy relationships: with yourself, with your partner, with others. Thursday: Love Your Body Week fair! 11:30-1:30 p.m. on the UC Lawn. Come celebrate you! Free manicures, La Pink shopping boutique, fitness, health information & more! Friday: Make & Take Valentine’s Day Cards. Come make a card for the special person, friend, or pet in your life! 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the DUC porch. BackyarD games Wind down your week by joining us on the DeRosa Center lawn for FREE casual competition • Grass Volleyball • Bag Toss • Soccer • Ladderball • Badminton • Bocce Ball • Frisbee • Football Friday afternoon starting at 4 pm-beginning in March NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED! 14 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE Equipment & Facility Rentals Item Prices (all prices are per day) Equipment Rentals • Cones (set of 12) — $3.00/set • Dodgeballs (set of 6) — $7.00/set • Flag Football Belts (set of 12 belts) — $7.00/set • Football — $1.00/set • Frisbee — Free • Grass Volleyball Net (volleyball not included) — $10.00/set • Kickball — $1.00 • Pinnies (set of 12 jerseys) — $7.00/set • Referee jersey — $2.00 • Slack Line Kit — Free • Sleeping Bags — $4.00 • Sleeping Pads — $1.00 • Soccer ball — $1.00 • Softballs (set of 6) — $1.00/set • Softball bat — $1.00 • Softball Glove — $1.00 • Tents — $10.00-$13.00 • Throw Bases (set) — $4.00/set • Volleyball — $1.00 • 5 Gallon Water Cooler — $2.00 Facility Rentals Available facilities for student group reservations: • Brookside Field • Gardemeyer Field • Main Gym • BFC Stripe Studio All reservation requests should be emailed to email@example.com *Facility reservations may require a staffing fee charge *All prices are per day; items can be rented for multiple days **Equipment rentals are executed at the BFC by a guest service team member additional programs Blacklight Climb (BFC Rock Tower): Thursday, January 23rd from 7pm-9pm Thursday, February 20th from 8pm-10pm Scavenger Climb (BFC Rock Tower): Saturday, March 22nd from 12pm-2pm Spring Break Baja Mexico Cruise (collaboration with Asuop) March 10-14 Ocean view rooms, kayaking, horseback riding and ground transportation March Madness Week March 17-20 3-point contest, 8 ft. hoop 3v3 tourney, trivia night in Lair, and more! *Look for more information in the Baun Fitness Center PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 15 16 PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE Employment Pacific Rec is looking for dynamic, committed and outgoing students seeking employment. Pacific students hold front-line positions in all programs of Pacific Rec including Facilities, RecSports, TigerX, and Personal Training. Prepare for professional success Join The Team Recruitment Sessions DeRosa University Center 6pm-7pm Applicants must attend one general Team Pacific Recruitment session for consideration: Tuesday, January 14th Wednesday, February 26th Wednesday, January 15th Tuesday, March 4th Tuesday, January 21st Wednesday, March 5th Wednesday, January 22nd Tuesday, March 18th Tuesday, January 28th Wednesday, March 19th Wednesday, January 29th Tuesday, March 25th Wednesday, February 12th Wednesday, March 26th Tuesday, February 18th Team Pacific Contact Info Contact: Jennifer Fields Email: firstname.lastname@example.org PACIFIC REC SPRING 2014 INVOLVEMENT GUIDE 17 Connect with: us on Facebook Follow us @PacificRec Join us on Follow us on Check in with Join our OrgSync group Pacific Rec Hotline: 209-946-2811 Web: go.pacific.edu/rec â€˘ Rec Store: go.pacific.edu/recstore Baun Fitness Center Pass Complimentary 3-day Trial Membership Redeem Pass @ BFC RecDesk *Available to all persons eligible for a membershipâ€Ślimit of 1 pass per person Expiration Date: 8/1/14