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SPRING 2017 PROGRAM GUIDE


Table of Contents

WELCOME WEEK Demo Days

January 17-29 Try out all fitness classes and the climbing wall for free through Jan. 29. Part of SHSU Welcome Week.

Fit Fest

January 23 / 5:00 - 7:00 PM Come party with us at the largest GroupX event on campus. Try all of our classes in one location during this two hour fitness extravaganza.

Polar Bearkat Plunge January 23 / 7:00 PM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS MISSION & VALUES 01 p. 4 - 5

HOURS OF OPERATION 02 p. 6 - 7

MEMBERSHIP 03 p. 8 - 9

FITNESS & WELLNESS 04 p. 10 - 15

FACILITY RESERVATIONS 05 p. 16

07 AQUATICS p. 18 - 19

08 CLUB SPORTS p. 19

09 INTRAMURAL SPORTS p. 20 - 21

10 OUTDOORS p. 22 - 25

11 CONTACTS & EMPLOYMENT p. 26 - 27

CERTIFICATIONS 06 p. 17

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01 Mission & Values

MISSION & VALUES

“To advance and enrich the collegiate experience.” 4 SHSU RECREATIONAL SPORTS // recsports.shsu.edu


Excellence We aspire to an excellence that is approached through diligent effort and integrity, both individual and collective, and we celebrate each other’s successes as a result.

Service We value the concept of service that includes committing ourselves to being approachable and selflessly adaptable to those we serve, investing in and empowering each other to solve problems.

Safety We believe in providing a safe environment, both physically and emotionally. We strive to continually identify and prevent safety issues, take immediate action when an issue is identified, and continually seek ways to make our environment a welcoming, enjoyable atmosphere.

Wellbeing We believe in a healthy lifestyle that balances body, mind and spirit, and ensure that we foster an environment that provides the tools for others to do the same.

Student Development We facilitate opportunities for learning, self-discovery, and leadership development through experiential education, teambuilding and role-modeling.

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02 Hours of Operation

HOURS OF OPERATION Standard Hours* Rec Sports Center MON - THURS FRI SAT SUN

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM // Noon – 11:00 PM 6:30 AM – 8:00 AM // Noon – 10:00 PM Noon - 5:00 PM 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Swimming Pool (after February 6) 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

MON - FRI SAT SUN

(2:00 PM - 7:00 PM after March 20)

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (enter at pool gate)

Climbing Wall MON - FRI SAT SUN

2:00 PM - 8:00 PM CLOSED 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

*Hours subject to change. Please visit recsports.shsu.edu for the most current information.

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Modified RSC Hours* Winter Break JAN. 1-10 WED-FRI, JAN. 11-13 SAT, JAN. 14 SUN, JAN. 15 MON, JAN. 16 (MLK) TUES, JAN. 17

CLOSED 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Noon - 5:00 PM 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Noon - 11:00 PM Noon - 11:00 PM

Spring Break FRI, MAR. 10 SAT-SUN, MAR. 11-12 MON-THURS, MAR. 13-16 FRI, MAR. 17 SAT, MAR. 18 SUN, MAR. 19

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM // Noon – 8:00 PM CLOSED Noon - 6:00 PM CLOSED CLOSED 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Easter Break THURS, APR. 13 FRI, APR. 14 SAT, APR. 15 SUN, APR. 16

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM // Noon – 8:00 PM CLOSED CLOSED 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

May Break THURS, MAY 11 FRI, MAY 12 SAT-SUN, MAY 13-14 MON-FRI, MAY 15-19 SAT-SUN, MAY 20-21 MON-FRI, MAY 22-26 SAT-SUN, MAY 27-28 MON, MAY 29 TUES, MAY 30

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM // Noon – 8:00 PM CLOSED CLOSED Noon - 6:00 PM CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED Noon - 10:00 PM

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Membership

SPECIAL EVENTS EVENT

DATE

TIME

PLACE

Demo Days Fit Fest Polar Bearkat Plunge Kat Comedy Showcase Celebrate theď ™ Week Sammypalooza Earth Week Sweat the Stress

Jan. 17-29 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Feb. 7 - 14 Mar. 29 Apr. 17-22 May 1-10

Varies 5 - 7 PM 7 - 8 PM 8 PM Varies 7 PM Varies Varies

RSC RSC RSC Pool Johnson Coliseum Varies Johnson Coliseum Varies RSC

Demo Days

Polar Bearkat Plunge

January 17-29

January 23 / 7:00 PM

Try out all fitness classes and the climbing wall for free through Jan. 29. Part of SHSU Welcome Week.

Immediately following Fit Fest, join us at the pool for a quick plunge. T-shirts and cocoa provided!

Fit Fest

Sweat the Stress

January 23 / 5:00 - 7:00 PM

May 1 - May 10

Come party with us at the largest GroupX event on campus. Try all of our classes in one location during this two hour fitness extravaganza. Immediately following Fit Fest, join us at the pool for a quick plunge.

Free fitness classes, stress relief coloring, free climbing, and more! Reduce stress and gear up for Finals.

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MEMBERSHIP As a current full-time student, faculty, or staff, you already have access to the Rec Sports Center! We offer non-student memberships for SHSU Alumni, retired Faculty/Staff, and Spouse/Domestic Partners of current members. To enter the RSC, a valid Bearkat OneCard or Membership ID is required. For more information, please visit recsports.shsu.edu

Attire Guidelines You must have a towel larger than 6� x 6� with you in the weight room. Please wear attire that covers your torso. Closed-toed sports/tennis shoes are required. Please, no midriffs, open-armed tank tops, jeans or shorts with rivets.

Guest Passes Students, Faculty/Staff, and all SHSU Rec Sports facility members may sponsor two (2) guests per day by purchasing daily passes ($7 each). Guests must be accompanied by the sponsor and have a valid ID on hand.

QUARTER LOCKERS

DAY USE LOCKERS

LOCKER ROOMS

Quarter lockers found near the RSC Weight Room and changing rooms are available for day use and are cleared at closing.

Day use lockers are available for you to keep your items secure and off the floor. Bring your own lock and clear it daily. General use cubbies with no doors are also available at your own risk and are cleared daily.

Lockers are free to use; patrons must provide their own locks. Once a year they must be cleared. Signs are posted prior to cleanout.

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04 Fitness & Wellness

FITNESS & WELLNESS Get Fit with Rec Sports The Fitness Program offers comprehensive activities for the Bearkat Community. Programs include GroupX Classes, Personal Training, Instructional Classes, Fitness Workshops, Certifications, Weight Room Orientations and more.

Strength

Cardio

Mind-Body Mind-Body

50% or more of each class focuses on improving muscular strength, endurance and power.

50% or more of each class focuses on improving cardiovascular endurance.

These Theseclasses classesfocus focuson on strengthening strengtheningofofcore core muscles, muscles,improving improving flexibility, flexibility,mindfulness mindfulness and andrelaxation. relaxation.

Body Blast HardCORE KatFit Kettlebells Lower Body Toning TRX Body Sculpt

Cize Cycle Fit Cycle Toning Hip Hop INSANITY STRONG by Zumba Tabata Turbo Kick Zumba

Barre BarreToning Foam FoamRoll Roll Pilates Pilates Pilates-Yoga Pilates-YogaFusion Fusion Yoga Yoga

Weight Room Orientations FREE - registration required

Mondays / 4:00 PM Tuesdays / 6:00 PM Ever wonder if you’re using the weight room corrrectly? Let one of our certified personal trainers be your guide. Learn how to adjust the weight equipment, help you with your form, and how to practice proper etiquette. Register online at rsconnect.shsu.edu. 10 SHSU RECREATIONAL SPORTS // recsports.shsu.edu


GroupX Challenge Jan. 17 - Apr. 30

Instructional Classes Session I [ Jan. 30 - Mar. 6 ] Session II [ Mar. 20 - Apr. 24 ] Student: $15 / session Non-Student: $20 / session

Hit Fit

Mondays / 7:30 - 8:30 PM Release your everyday tensions in this upbeat class. You will utilize gloves, focus pads, and bags to learn the basics of kickboxing and mixed martial arts. No experience is necessary. Progress even further with our 2.0 class during second session.

Women on Weights Tuesdays / 5:00 - 6:00 PM (S1 Only) Wednesdays / 6:30 - 7:30 PM Not sure where to start in the weight room? Join this class designed for women. Learn how to properly perform strength exercises, what works best for the female body, as well as how to develop your own personal strength program. Progress even further with our 2.0 class during second session.

Women on Weights 2.0 Tuesdays / 5:00 - 6:00 PM (S2 Only) Need something more advanced? This course builds upon the skills learned in our Women on Weights class or the skills you already know. Master major lifts and understand how to improve your strength training in a fun and supportive environment.

Did you know that taking only 4 group fitness classes per week means you will reach the recommendations for exercise for the entire semester? Consider yourself challenged! The Bearkat Fitness Team invites you to increase your fitness this semester and earn prizes.

25 classes = workout towel 40 classes = water bottle 60 classes = t-shirt. You have all semester to complete the challenge and may collect your earnings throughout the semester. Pick up a tracking sheet at any fitness class throughout Demo Days.

Personal Trainer On Duty

Select Days [ Jan. 18 - Apr. 26 ] Ask our certified personal trainers anything about health and fitness. They can provide assistance with form and technique, what you should be doing for exercise, how much you should exercise, and more. Look for the “Trainer on Duty� sign in the weight room when available. You may also call 936294-1967 or email questions to fitness@shsu.edu.

Couples Two-Step Feb. 13 [ 7:30-8:30 PM - MP1 ] Join our Group Fitness Instructors as they teach you how to twostep, as well as some other popular line dances. Bring your significant other and learn together. No boots required. 11


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GroupX Schedule Classes are Free during Demo Days [ January 17-29 ]

With over 50 classes offered per week, our GroupX program has something that will challenge and motivate everyone. Classes are open to all Fitness Passport holders.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Yoga

Cycle Toning

KatFit

7:00 - 8:00 AM / MP2

7:00 - 7:45 AM / MP2

7:00 - 7:45 AM / RB1

INSANITY

KatFit

Cycle Fit

12:15 - 1:00 PM / MP2

12:15 - 1:00 PM / RB1

12:15 - 1:00 PM / MP2

Cize

Cycle Fit

Turbo Kick

4:00 - 4:45 PM / MP1

4:00 - 4:45 PM / MP2

4:30 - 5:15 PM / MP2

Cycle Toning

INSANITY

Barre Toning

5:00 - 5:45 PM / MP2

4:30 - 5:15 PM / MP1

4:30 - 5:15 PM / MP1

KatFit

Kettlebells

HardCORE

5:15 - 6:00 PM / RB1

5:00 - 5:45 PM / MP2

5:30 - 6:00 PM / MP1

STRONG by Zumba

Zumba

KatFit

5:30 - 6:15 PM / MP1

5:30 - 6:15 PM / MP1

5:30 - 6:15 PM / RB1

Tabata

Yoga

Pilates

6:00 - 6:30 PM / MP2

6:00 - 7:00 PM / MP2

5:30 - 6:15 PM / MP2

TRX Body Sculpt

TRX Body Sculpt

Foam Roll

6:15 - 7:00 PM / RB1

6:30 - 7:15 PM / RB1

6:15 - 6:45 PM / MP1

Turbo Kick

Barre Toning

Cycle Toning

6:30 - 7:15 PM / MP1

6:30 - 7:15 PM / MP1

6:30 - 7:15 PM / MP2

HardCORE

Lower Body Toning

Zumba

6:45 - 7:15 PM / MP2

7:00 - 7:30 PM / MP2

7:00 - 7:45 PM / MP1

Yoga

HardCORE

Hip Hop

7:30 - 8:30 PM / MP2

7:45 - 8:15 PM / MP2

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8:00 - 8:45 PM / MP1


Thursday

Friday

Sunday

HardCORE

Pilates

Body Blast

7:00 - 7:45 AM / MP2

12:15 - 1:00 PM / MP2

6:15 - 7:00 PM / MP2

Zumba

Zumba

KatFit

1:30 - 2:15 PM / MP2

12:15 - 1:00 PM / MP1

6:30 - 7:15 PM / RB1

Pilates-Yoga Fusion

Pilates-Yoga Fusion

Turbo Kick

4:00 - 4:45 PM / MP2

1:30 - 2:30 PM / MP2

7:15 - 8:00 PM / MP2

KatFit

Cycle Fit

4:30 - 5:15 PM / RB1

3:00 - 3:45 PM / MP2

Cycle Fit 5:00 - 5:45 PM / MP2

STRONG by Zumba 5:30 - 6:15 PM / MP1

TRX Body Sculpt 5:30 - 6:15 PM / RB1

Body Blast 6:00 - 6:45 PM / MP2

HardCORE 6:30 - 7:00 PM / MP1

Start Today You can purchase a Fitness Passport online at rsconnect.shsu.edu Semester Passes Student $35 ($45 after Jan. 29) Non-Student $45 ($55 after Jan. 29) Day Passes Student $3 Non- Student $4

Yoga 7:00 - 8:00 PM / MP2

Hip Hop 7:15 - 8:00 PM / MP1

Bring a Friend for Free Select Days [ Jan. 18 - Apr. 26 ] Ever need an accountabili-buddy? Follow the Rec Sports Social Media accounts and bring a friend for free during announced days throughout the semester. Free for Semester Passholders. 13


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Custom GroupX Classes Looking for something fun to do with your friends, your organization, or your department? Try a custom group fitness class! Priced starting at $1 per minute, it is a great way to team-build and do something different, all while getting fit. Schedule some stress relieving yoga for your staff members, bring your friends and try one of our black light cycling classes, or take out some aggression with a Hit Fit class. Don’t want to come to the RSC for your event? We’ll come to you! Classes can be scheduled in the RSC or at another campus location.

Great for Student Organizations, Athletic Teams, Residence Halls, Department Activities & Special Events. Visit shsu.edu/fitness to register. Pricing Group Size

1-30 31-50 51-100

$ per minute

$1.00 $1.50 $2.00

Fitness Assessments $15 per session / Included with personal training packages of 5 or more Learn where you are, so you’ll know where to go! Essential for anyone wanting to make a plan for their future fitness goals, fitness assessments include an evaluation of the major fitness components, including body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and core strength.

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Personal Training Solo Sessions Whether you’re new to fitness, training for a 5K, or just need to break through your current workout plan, our Personal Trainers are here to assist you. Sessions

1 3 5 10 15

Student

Non-Student

$25 $59 $95 $180 $255

$30 $69 $105 $190 $265

Buddy Package Grab a friend or schedule your group to work with one of our personal trainers. Achieve your health and fitness goals together. Prices below are per person. Sessions

1 3 5 10 15

Become a Personal Trainer! See page 17 for more information.

Student

Non-Student

$20 $49 $79 $130 $190

$25 $59 $89 $140 $200

Group Package Sessions

1 3 5 10 15

Student

Non-Student

$15 $35 $50 $95 $140

$20 $45 $60 $105 $150

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05 Facility Reservations

FACILITIES & RESERVATIONS

About our Facilities Recreational Sports is responsible for the management and general operation of nine recreational facilities across the SHSU campus. Each of our facilities is available for reservation and/or rental to the SHSU community. To learn more about reserving and/or renting any of our facilities, please visit recsports.shsu.edu (Facilities) to fill out the reservation request form.

University Camp University Camp is a one of a kind recreation and retreat facility that offers the university community an ever increasing range of facilities. Open for day and limited overnight use, it’s an ideal spot for a variety of functions. Meeting lodges, a dining hall, barbeque pits, a fishing pier, picnic areas and more are available.

Challenge Course Price Range [ $10 - $20 / Person ] The Challenge Course at University Camp offers a unique, multi-participant high ropes course and an expansive series of low elements all in a beautiful natural setting. With the help of our thoughtful and well-trained staff, the programs offered can be designed to meet any number of educational, developmental and recreational goals.

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Facilities Recreational Sports Center/HKC Johnson Coliseum University Camp RSC Pool Pritchett Field Complex Holleman Field Complex Intramural Fields Sand Volleyball Courts McAdams Tennis Courts For more information about policies, procedures, availability and driving directions, please visit recsports.shsu.edu (Facilities).


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CERTIFICATIONS

American Red Cross CPR/AED/FA Training Sundays [ Feb. 19 / Mar. 26 / Apr. 30 / May 14 ] The American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. This program offers a choice of first aid, CPR and AED courses to meet your specific training needs. Registration ends on Thursdays prior to class. Class

Time

Price

Full Class CPR/AED Only First Aid Only

10 AM - 5 PM 10 AM - 1 PM 2 PM - 5 PM

Students: [ $65 ] Non-Students: [ $70 ] Students: [ $45 ] Non-Students: [ $50 ] Students: [ $45 ] Non-Students: [ $50 ]

Visit shsu.edu/aquatics for more information on dates and times.

ACE Personal Trainer Prep Course February 1 - March 29 (no class Mar. 15) Wednesdays [ 3 - 5 PM ] Students: [ $75 ] Non-Students: [ $85 ] This course will provide you with the basic tools to be come a personal trainer as well as help to prepare you for the ACE Personal Trainer Examination. Fee includes: study materials, a 20% discount on books, $150 discount off the exam, practice exam, testing tips, and a complimentary fitness assessment. Participants are encouraged to apply to be a Rec Sports Personal Trainer at the conclusion of the course. Exam fee is not included. Register online at shsu.edu/fitness.

Lifeguard and Lifeguard Instructor certifications are located on page 18.

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Aquatics

AQUATICS Jump in for a swim in our seasonally-heated pool. We have four 25-yard lap lanes and a leisure area which can be used for water volleyball, water basketball, intramural and special events. Additional amenities include a tanning area, lounge chairs and covered tables.

Private Swim Instruction Reach your swimming goals with tailored coaching from a certified Water Safety Instructor. Participants must be at least 16 years old. Registration can be completed using the forms found at the RSC Pool; for more information, please contact Shawna Burroughs by phone at 936.294.4071 or email at sburroughs@shsu.edu.

Sessions

1 3 5 10 15

Student

Non-Student

$20 $51 $80 $150 $210

$25 $66 $105 $200 $285

Certifications Lifeguard Instructor Training

Lifeguard Training Students [ $175 ] Non-Students [ $200 ]

Students [ $175 ] Non-Students [ $200 ]

This American Red Cross training teaches the skills necessary to guard at an aquatic facility. Successful participants will receive CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, Lifeguarding and First Aid Training certifications. Students must attend all classes in order to receive the certifications. Participants must complete the Lifeguarding Training Prerequisites on the first day of class.

This American Red Cross course prepares instructor candidates to use course and presentation materials, conduct training sessions and evaluate the progress of candidates in a professional-level course. For more information, visit recsports.shsu.edu (Aquatics and Safety)

Session

Dates:

I II III

Date

Register by

March 23-26 April 6-9 April 20-23

Mar. 16 Mar. 30 Apr. 13

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Mon, Feb. 27 - Thurs, Mar. 2 5:00 - 10:00 PM / RSC Pool Register by: Feb. 20


Club Sports

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Coach-Led Lap Swim Feb. 28 - Mar. 30 Tuesday/Thursdays [ 5:00 - 6:00 PM ] Student: $30/session, $5 drop-in Non-Student: $40/session, $7 drop-in Training for a triathlon? Just want to get back into the swim of things? Get a great workout while improving your endurance and speed. This coached swim workout will challenge any level of swimmer. Whether you are looking to improve on your technique or expand your cardio this class is for you! You must be able to swim 25 yards (1 pool length) proficiently to participate. Register online at rsconnect.shsu.edu.

CLUB SPORTS The Club Sports Program consists of recognized student organizations that are established to promote common sport and recreation interests. Each club has been founded and maintained by volunteer student leaders. Club members are actively involved in the leadership and decision making process of club activities.

Team Accolades Quidditch

Powerlifting

Men’s Rugby

In September, Quidditch hosted their annual Breakfast Taco Tournament, hosting over 500 participants from 25 teams across the region.

Club Powerlifting competed in the Longhorn Invitational held in Austin on Nov. 19. Both the men’s and women’s teams won their division and each of their lifters placed either 1st or 2nd in their respective weight classes.

Men’s Rugby played SFA on October 1 at a neutral site in the Woodlands. They won handily, defeating the Lumberjacks 46-10.

Clubs eSports Lacrosse (M) Lacrosse (W) Martial Arts Powerlifting Quidditch Rugby (M) Rugby (W) Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Tennis Trap and Skeet Ultimate (M) Ultimate (W) Volleyball (M) Volleyball (W) Wrestling Don’t see your favorite sport? Find five friends & start your own! Contact Brian Weaver brian.weaver@shsu.edu

for more info.

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INTRAMURAL SPORTS The Intramural Sports program provides you the opportunity to compete and have fun in various team and individual sports. Leagues and tournaments are organized into different skill levels so you can play against other participants with comparable abilities in a relaxed, recreational atmosphere. Flag football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, racquetball, golf, and tennis are just a few of the sports offered.

Become an Official Have fun officiating a variety of sports and pad your resumé with words like “quick decision making, problem solving, judgement, and leadership” by becoming an Intramural Official. The best officials will have the opportunity to referee regional and national tournaments held throughout the year.

Interest Meeting Wednesday [ Jan. 18 ] Thursday [ Jan. 19 ] A free interest meeting at 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM in HKC 104.

Basketball Official Training Monday - Wednesday [ Feb. 6 - 8 ] Training from 9 PM Midnight (HKC 104). All days are mandatory to be considered for employment.

Soccer Official Training Monday - Tuesday [ Jan. 30 - 31 ]

Softball Umpire Training Tuesday - Wednesday [ Mar. 21 - 22 ]

Training at 9 PM - Midnight (HKC 104). All days are mandatory to be considered for employment.

Training at 9 PM - Midnight (HKC 104). All days are mandatory to be considered for employment.

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Registration Deadlines Leagues 4v4 Flag Football [ January 25 ] Soccer [ January 30 ] Basketball [ February 6 ] Softball [ March 20 ] Sand Volleyball [ March 27 ] Water Volleyball [ March 29 ] Dodgeball [ April 10 ]

One Day Tournaments Hungry Hungry Hippos [ January 25 ] Racquetball (Play-By-Date) [ February 1] 3-point Contest [ February 8 ] KatFit Games [ February 15 ] NBA 2K Xbox [ February 22 ] March Madness Bracket Challenge [ March 8 ] Tailgate Games [ March 8 ] Card Night [ April 5 ] Bowling [ April 19 ] Canoe Battleship [ April 26 ] Soccer World Cup [ May 3 ]

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Outdoors

OUTDOORS The trips and workshops offered by the Outdoor Recreation Program are open to anyone who wants a truly unique experience. This is your chance to get outside, try something different, and live the life less ordinary. No experience is necessary! Registrations open January 24 at shsu.edu/outdoors.

Equipment Rental ITEM

1-DAY

3-DAY

7-DAY

Tents Sleeping Package 2 Burner Camp Stove Propane Lantern 70 Liter Backpack 70 Qt. Ice Chest 5 Gal. Water Cooler Canoe Package Single Kayak Double Kayak Paddleboard Package Surfboard Package Extra Paddle Extra PFD Foam Block Set Innertube Rock Climbing Shoes Chalkbag

$5 $5 $3 $3 $3 $3 $3 $5 $5 $7 $10 $5 $2 $2 $2 $10 $3 $2

$10 $10 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $10 $10 $10 $15 $10 $4 $4 $4 $15 $5 $4

$25 $20 $10 $10 $15 $10 $10 $30 $30 $35 $45 $30 $10 $10 $10 $45 $10 $10

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Adventure Trips Trip costs include: transportation, equipment, food (except any meals on the road), permits and fees, lodging or camping, instruction, and guides.

Outdoor Adventure Launch Party

Get Outdoors: Huntsville State Park

RSC Climbing Wall [ FREE ] Jan. 24 [ 5 - 8 PM ]

Students: [ $10 ] Non-Students: [ $10 ] Huntsville State Park [ Apr. 26 / 4 - 8 PM ] Register online by [ Apr. 24 ]

Celebrate the new year with adventure! Find out how we can get you outside this semester. Free climbing, info on trip sign ups, and more. Participants will be entered to win a free semester pass or a $25 trip voucher that can be applied to the trip of your choosing.

Get outside, learn a new skill and meet new people with a cookout, slacklining, stand up paddle boarding, and kayaking at Huntsville State Park. Price does not include $5 entrance fee.

Backpacking the Goodwater Trail

Guadalupe River Paddling Trip

Students: [ $70 ] Non-Students: [ $80 ] Georgetown, TX [ Feb. 17 - 19 ] Register online by [ Feb. 13 ]

Students: [ $70 ] Non-Students: [ $80 ] Spring Branch, TX [ Apr. 28 - 30 ] Register online by [ Apr. 24 ]

Relax and recharge as we gear up for this overnight backpacking adventure into the glory of the Texas Hill Country and Lake Georgetown.

Paddle beneath beautiful, old cypress trees on a hill country gem: The Guadalupe River. The refreshing cool water, and warm campfires at night will make for a weekend you’ll never forget. First time canoer? No problem! The Guadalupe is a fun and easy river, with a few exciting rapids along the way.

Get Outdoors: Challenge Course and Zipline Students: [ $15 ] Non-Students: [ $20 ] University Camp [ Mar. 4 / Noon - 5 PM ] Register online by [ Mar. 1 ] Challenge yourself to new heights on the high ropes course and zip line at the beautiful SHSU University Camp.

Wichita Mountains Multi-Adventure Students: [ $85 ] Non-Students: [ $105 ] Lawton, OK [ Apr. 13 - 16 ] Register online by [ Apr. 7 ] Travel to Oklahoma for rock climbing, sunsets, hiking, and the magic that exists when adventurers unite. No experience? No problem. All you need is a good attitude and an adventurous spirit.

Utah Grand Adventure Students: [ $475 ] Non-Students: [ $575 ] Utah [ May 18 - 27 ] Register online by [ May 1 ] Forge incredible experiences and unforgettable memories as we adventure and discover Utah. Explore its national parks, its rivers, or the beauty that lies just up a trailhead. Far more than just an adventure, it’s a state of mind. Travel to some of the most amazing places in the United States in celebration of the National Park System Centennial.

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Climbing and Bouldering The Climbing Center can provide you with all the gear to enjoy a day on the wall. Harnesses, chalk, and climbing shoes are provided with a day or semester pass.

Vertical Happy Hour

Bouldering Bash

SHSU Members [ FREE ] Non-Members [ $7 ] Every Thursday [ 6 - 8 PM ]

SHSU Passholders [ FREE ] Non-Members [ $7 ] Feb. 1, Mar. 8, & Apr. 12 [ 5 - 8 PM ]

New to climbing or a seasoned pro? Stop by the wall every Thursday night for some free fun on the wall.

Come climb the newest and freshest bouldering problems on the blue wall. Whether you compete against yourself or others, a fun time will be had by all.

Love Rocks! Semester Passholders [ FREE ] Everyone Else [ $5/couple ] Feb. 14 [ 5 - 8 PM ] Let your love shine with some quality climb time. Bring your best friend or date and enjoy climbing and other activities.

Set Your Summits Climbing Challenge Semester Pass [ Required ] Jan. 24 - Apr. 30 From Wheeler Peak in New Mexico to Mount Everest in Nepal, set a summit and climb that elevation on our climbing wall. Track your progress every time you climb and awards will be given to the top summiters at the end of the semester.

Climbing Center Passes Semester Passes Students [ $25 ] Staff [ $30 ] Guests [ $35 ]

Day Passes Students [ $5 ] Staff & Guests [ $7 ]

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Special Group Climbing Climbing is a safe, fun way to get to know people, establish teamwork and build selfconfidence. If your organization would like to rent the wall, please contact us at [ 936 ] 294 - 1778.


Outdoor Clinics Top Rope Belay Clinic RSC Climbing Wall [ FREE ] Jan. 31 & March 1 [ 5 - 8 PM ] Learn the basics of Top Rope Belaying and climbing wall safety.

Lead Climbing Clinic SHSU Members [ FREE ] Non-Students [ $7 ] Feb. 8 [ 5 - 8 PM ] RSC Climbing Wall Advance your climbing skills to the next level with sport climbing. Learn proper techniques, safety, as well as equipment care and maintenance. Must be Top Rope Belay Certified and be able to climb a 5.9 cleanly.

Key Log Rolling Clinic SHSU Members [ FREE ] Non-Members [ $7 ] Apr. 18 [ 4:30 - 6:30 PM ] RSC Pool Test the waters in a unique and growing sport that also happens to be over 125 years old! Log rolling is fun and this clinic focuses on in-water practice and teaching techniques to gain basic proficiency in log rolling.

Earth Week Hammock Hangout RSC Front Lawn [ FREE ] Apr. 19 [ 4 - 6 PM ] Bring your hammock and a friend to hang out, meet new people, slackline, Frisbee, and chill. Don’t have a hammock? That’s ok, we have some to spare and share.

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11 Contacts & Employment

CONTACT & EMPLOYMENT Jenkins, Keith Director 936 - 294 - 1968 936 - 294 - 1871 kjenkins@shsu.edu

Associate Directors Chatal, Ed Associate Director - Facilities 936 - 294 - 1985 936 - 294 - 1740 rca_elc@shsu.edu Fadler, Melissa Associate Director - Marketing 936 - 294 - 3658 mfadler@shsu.edu Rider, Jaron Associate Director - Programs 936 - 294 - 3656 jrider@shsu.edu

Informal Recreation Vaculik, Scott Senior Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 3657 ssv001@shsu.edu Tipton, Tabitha Coordinator 936 - 294 - 3742 tktipton@shsu.edu Wilkerson, Ciera Graduate Assistant cvw006@shsu.edu

Aquatics & Safety Burroughs, Shawna Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 4071 sburroughs@shsu.edu

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Intramural & Club Sports Weaver, Brian Senior Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 1934 brian.weaver@shsu.edu Godfrey, Courtney Coordinator 936 - 294 - 3358 cxg80@shsu.edu Monette, Stephen Graduate Assistant monette@shsu.edu

Coliseum Chatal, Ed Associate Director - Facilities 936 - 294 - 4667 936 - 294 - 1740 rca_elc@shsu.edu Ukrazhenko, Billy Coliseum Operations Coordinator 936 - 294 - 4979 billyu54@shsu.edu Hill, Devin Graduate Assistant dlh049@shsu.edu

Outdoors Mahlen, Chris Senior Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 1947 cmahlen@shsu.edu Patterson, Lara Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 1778 lpatterson@shsu.edu Pujda, Ashley Graduate Assistant apujda@shsu.edu


Employment Fitness Berkowitz, Scott Assistant Director 936 - 294 - 1307 sberko@shsu.edu Tabuena, Celina Graduate Assistant cpt011@shsu.edu

Marketing Fadler, Melissa Associate Director 936 - 294 - 3658 mfadler@shsu.edu Mathews, Sean Graduate Assistant smathews@shsu.edu

The Recreational Sports department is one of the largest student employers on campus, with over 250 employees in: Lifeguarding Swim Instruction Fitness Instruction Intramural Official Student Assistant Marketing/Social Media Ambassador Graphic Artist/Photographer Field Crew/Maintenance Office Assistant Coliseum Event Staff Outdoor Assistants Facility Operations To apply, fill out the application form available in RSC 162 or visit Jobs4Kats for a list of current openings.

Support Staff

Office Numbers

Allbright, Cindy Office Supervisor 936 - 294 - 4666 rca_cda@shsu.edu

Recreational Sports Office 936 - 294 - 1985

Santos, Amanda Administrative Associate III 936 - 294 - 1405 als023@shsu.edu

Recreational Sports Weather Line 936 - 294 - 1966 Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum 936 - 294 - 1740 936 - 294 - 3021 (Box Office)

Missildine, Misty Administrative Associate II 936 - 294 - 3331 mrc017@shsu.edu

Informal Recreation / Reservations 936 - 294 - 1985

Martin, Pamela Administrative Assistant III 936 - 294 - 1972 pdm012@shsu.edu

Pritchett Field Complex 936 - 294 - 3361

Bozarth, Jamie Administrative Assistant III 936 - 294 - 2267 jxb025@shsu.edu

Club / Intramural Sports 936 - 294 - 3361

Climbing Center 936 - 294 - 4739 Outdoor Recreation 936 - 294 - 3361 27


801 Bowers Blvd #162 Huntsville, Texas 77340 936.294.1985 | recsports@shsu.edu

Cover Photo taken by Isabella Gong

SHSU Recreational Sports Spring 2017 Program Guide  

SHSU Recreational Sports Spring 2017 Program Guide

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