To be recognized leaders in student development and collegiate recreation.
Mission Campus Recreation enhances the quality of life and educational experiences of our diverse university community by developing student leaders to facilitate a variety of premiere recreational and wellness opportunities.
Values UTSA Campus Recreation values and fosters integrity, fun, accountability, learning and human development, innovation and inclusion in everything that we do. • Integrity: We embody being honorable, fair and honest in everything we do. • Fun: We recognize the importance of enjoyment, humor and play to individual and community • well-being. • Accountability: It is our duty to be responsible and responsive to the needs of our staff and constituents. • Learning and Human Development: We contribute to the ongoing enrichment of the whole person through a wide variety of experiential learning and growth opportunities. • Innovation: We promote ingenuity, creativity, exploration and growth. • Inclusion: We provide an open and welcome environment to meet the needs and interests of a diverse population.
We, the Department of Campus Recreation, define and value diversity as the physical, cultural, organizational and social presence of race, class, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, age, disability, nationality and religion. We strive to attract professional and student staff members that reflect the diverse patrons that we serve on a daily basis. We intentionally develop initiatives and programs designed to capitalize on the benefits of inclusive excellence for all. Our efforts are in compliance with the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) and align with The University of Texas at San Antonio’s commitment to every student’s success in school and in life. In summary, we are dedicated to creating a Campus Recreation culture that recognizes and values common goals and diverse identities while encouraging respect, understanding and appreciation of individual and group differences in all that we do.
1) North Entrance 2) Membership Services Desk 3) Paseo Lounge 4) Rockwall 5) Administrative Offices 6) Racquetball/Wallyball Courts 7) Smoothie King 8) MAC Fitness Area 9) MAC Gym 10) Locker Rooms 11) Cardio Room 12) Weight Room 13) Pools 14) South Entrance 15) Outdoor Resource Center 16) Multi Purpose Courts
17) Wellness Suite 18) Demo Kitchen 19) Blue Studio 20) Orange Studio 21) Texas Room 22) San Antonio Room 23) Cardio/Weight Room 24) Rec Studio 25) Rowdy Studio 26) 1/6 Mile Track 27) Ab/Core Area
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FITNESS AND WELLNESS
The people at the Rec are very friendly. The Rec is also very clean and contemporary. My Favorite part of the Rec is the racquetball courts. -Guy French, Junior Patron
Main Campus Facility Hours
Monday - Thursday
Recreation Center 6 AM - Midnight 6 AM - 10 PM 10 AM - 8 PM GROUP CLIMB BY APPOINTMENT Rock Wall 1 PM - 10 PM 1 PM - 7 PM Outdoor Resource Center 1 PM - 7 PM 1 PM - 7 PM 10 AM - 1 PM Recreation Field Complex 3 PM - 11:45 PM 3 PM - 8 PM 1 PM - 4 PM *Hours are subject to change and can be found at www.utsa.edu/recreation
Main Campus Facility Closures Labor Day Thanksgiving Holiday Floor Refinishing Spring Staff Training Winter Break Hours
9/3 11/21 11/22 - 11/25 12/23 - 1/1
CLOSED 6 AM - 8 PM CLOSED CLOSED
1/10 - 1/11 1/2 - 1/12 Monday - Friday Saturday - Sunday
CLOSED 6 AM - 8 PM Noon - 6 PM
Sunday Noon - Midnight 5 PM - 10 PM CLOSED 3 PM - 11:45 PM
Types of Membership Current students, who have paid the recreation fee, will have membership to the Recreation Center. All non-student memberships cost is $30 per month. • Faculty/Staff • Retired Faculty/Staff
• Alumni • Spouse/Domestic Partner
Payment Methods Campus Recreation accepts cash, check, credit cards and Rowdy Dollars. UTSA Faculty and Staff are eligible to have their membership fee deducted directly from their UTSA paycheck through payroll deduction. New memberships and cancellations must be received by the 14th of the month in order for the additions or cancellations to begin the following month.
Guest Passes ($5/Day/Guest) Guest passes are available to individuals 18 years of age or older that are accompanied by a Campus Recreation member. The guest must have a government issued photo ID. Guests must remain in the same activity area as the sponsor. Members may sponsor two guests per day and are responsible for the actions of their guests. Passes are valid only on the date they are issued.
Attire Policy • Patrons must wear a shirt that that covers the • Non-marking soles are to be worn on the chest and midriff. hardwood floors. • Patrons must wear shoes in the facility and are • Please visit the Campus Recreation website for required to wear closed toed athletic rubberdetailed and area specific policies, soled shoes in the activity areas. www.utsa.edu/recreation/facilities
Reservation Procedures • Visit the UTSA Events Management and Conference Services website, at http://utsa.edu/events/eventplanners.html, to plan an on campus event, view open request dates and request facilities. • Information on Campus Recreation facility, reservations, equipment and staffing fees can be found on the Facilities page of our website http://www.utsa.edu/recreation/facilities/event_reservations.cfm
Equipment Checkout Locations
Equipment for a variety of activities is available to check out for no additional charge. • Indoor Equipment: Membership Services • Pool, Outdoor Basketball and Sand Volleyball Equipment: Aquatics Office • Open Rec Field Complex Equipment: Field House • Outdoor Pursuits Equipment: Outdoor Resource Center • Fitness Equipment: Weight/Cardio Room Desk An individual who fails to return equipment or who returns damaged equipment must pay the replacement valuem of the lost, stolen or damaged equipment.
I love ops because of the people and environment. -Anna Calvetli, Student Staff Everybody that I work with at the Rec is friendly. Working at the Rec has given me a chance to open up and meet new people and make new friends. -Andrew Dimas, Student Staff
Locker Room Lockers (Main Campus Recreation Center and Downtown Fitness Center) • Campus Recreation members are eligible to rent lockers on a semester basis only. • Lockers can be rented from Membership Services beginning on the first day of classes for each semester on a first-come, firstserve basis. • Members may share their lockers with other members. However, only the individual that rented the locker will have access to locker numbers, combinations or contents after cleanout. Locker combinations will not be provided over the phone. • Lockers not renewed or cleared out by the locker term expiration date will have the contents of the locker removed by Campus Recreation Staff. Contents are stored for 45 days after clean-out and then donated to charity. Coin Operated Lockers (Main Campus Recreation Center) • Coin operated lockers available in the main corridor on the 1st floor of the Recreation Center. • The cost is $.25 per use. • Personal locks are not allowed on coin operated lockers. Personal locks and belongings will be removed by Campus Recreation Staff. • Personal belongings may not be left overnight in coin-operated lockers. Belongings will be removed by Campus Recreation Staff at closing. Day-Use Lockers (Main Campus Recreation Center) • Day-use lockers are available on the first and second floor of the Recreation Center and by the racquetball courts. Individuals must supply their own lock. • Personal belongings may not be left overnight. Personal locks and belongings will be removed by Campus Recreation staff.
Campus Recreation provides complimentary towel service to members. Members present their UTSACard or RecCard when checking out a towel. Upon returning a towel, members must present their UTSACard or RecCard to have the item removed from the account. An individual who fails to properly return a towel will be assessed a fee.
Campus Rec Shop
Campus Recreation offers a variety of sports equipment and accessories. Items available for purchase include; program area sweatshrits, athletic tape, headphones, eyewear/goggles, jump ropes, locks, nose clips, swim caps, weight lifting gloves, weight straps and racquetballs.
Guided facility tours are available upon request. Current Campus Recreation members are allowed to showcase Campus Rec facilities by giving tours to family and friends at least 18 years of age. Any group with someone younger than 18 years old is required to be led by a Campus Recreation staff member.
Registration Intramural Sports features on-campus team and individual competition in traditional and non-traditional sports. All Intramural Sports include divisions for men, women and co-rec. Additional divisions include Competitive, Recreational, Fraternity/Sorority. Playing intramural sports is completely FREE! The Intramural Sports program area utilizes free online registration to make signing up for Intramural Sports a quick and easy process. The site not only allows you to sign up for a team, but also allows students to select a time they want to play and schedules them instantly. Be sure to sign up early, as times are on a first come, first serve basis. For detailed instructions on how to sign-up visit: www.utsa.edu/recreation/intramurals/registration.cfm
Donâ€™t have a team?
Donâ€™t have a team? Let us help with our free agent program. Visit http://imleagues.com to become a free agent and let teams find you. For more information on becoming a free agent, visit www.utsa.edu/recreation/intramurals.
Intramural Sports provide a fun, yet competitive atmosphere for all levels of competitors in a wide range of activites. Sports range from traditional leagues in football, soccer and basketball to more unique sports such as floor hockey, and ultimate frisbee. Look for registration online. All currently enrolled students and Faculty/Staff rec members are eligible to compete in Intramural Sports.
Officials Training Flag Football Indoor Soccer
7 PM 7 PM
Texas Room Texas Room
Football is not like basketball where I can grab a few friends and quickly start a game. Intramurals gives me the chance to play football in a organized and fun environment. -Ashford Evans, Marketing Junior
Fantasy Football Football Pick ‘Em 7v7 Flag Football 2 Player Golf Scramble Indoor Soccer Badminton Singles Tournament Volleyball Table Tennis Singles Tournament Tennis Singles Tournament Kickball 3v3 Basketball Tournament Racquetball Singles Tournament Punt, Pass and Kick Sports Trivia Tournament
8/22 8/22 8/22 8/22 8/29 9/3 9/17 9/17 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/1 10/15 10/15
9/1 9/14 9/11 9/18 9/18 10/2 10/16 10/16 10/16 10/24 10/30 10/30 10/15 11/13
9/5 9/15 9/16 9/28 9/23 10/7 10/21 10/21 11/4 10/29 11/4 11/4 10/15 11/26
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fitness & Nutrition Assessments
To sign-up for a fitness or nutrition assessment, send an e-mail with your name, phone number, banner ID and available times to email@example.com. Our board certified registered dietition, Annie Bell (AskAnnieRD@gmail.com), can address your nutrition questions, assess your goals. For detailed information about what can be expect from a fitness or nutrition assessment, please visit the Campus Recreation website.
1000lbs Club Cardio Minute Madness Submax and Max Bench press Competition Nutrition 101: Overcoming Stress-Related Eating The Rowdy Challenger Ride, Row, & Run Rowdy Fit Core Competition Leg Press/Squat Competition Burpee Challenge Rowdy Rec Run NFL Combine Challenge
Everyday All Day 9/1-12/31 All Day 8/29 4 PM - 8 PM 9/5 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM 9/13 4 PM - 8 PM 9/26 4 PM - 8 PM 10/10 4 PM - 8 PM 10/25 4 PM - 8 PM 11/1 4 PM - 8 PM 11/3 9 AM 11/13 4 PM - 8 PM
Location Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room Demo Kitchen 1st Floor Cardio Room 2nd Floor Core Area Weight Room Weight Room Weight Room Recreation Center Rec/Rowdy Courts
Fitness and Wellness offers fun and diverse programs and events for the university community to enjoy. Group exercise classes, demonstration kitchens, nutrition and fitness assessments, Nutrition 101 presentations and fitness competitions are free services. Campus Recreation also offers massage therapy and personal training at highly competitive rates. Check out the many programs and services designed to help make a healthier â€œyou.â€?
I enjoy the Rec because I get to make new friends and meet new people. -Taeler Wilson, Fitness Coordinator, Grad Student
I love meeting all the new people in the gym.
-Anthony Asbury, Student Staff
Demo Kitchen Date
9/5 Grilled Fish Tacos 5:30 PM 9/20 Turkey-Cranberry Burgers 5:30 PM 10/3 Veggie Quesadilla Pockets 5:30 PM 10/18 Thai-style Chicken Pizza 5:30 PM 11/7 Sesame Orange Beef and Rice 5:30 PM 11/15 Southwest Chicken Skillet 5:30 PM For information on our Culinary Tour of Mexico visit the Campus Recreation website.
30 min 60 min 90 min
$25 $40 $60
30 min 60 min 90 min
$30 $45 $70
30 min 60 min 90 min
$35 $50 $80
Nutrition Assessments Date
9/5 9/19 9/20 10/3 10/17 10/18 11/7 11/14 11/15
10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 1:30PM - 5:30PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM 10:30am - 2:30pm
Personal Training 30 Min # of Sessions Sessions 1
4 8 16 24
N/A $80 $140 $240 N/A
1 Hour Sessions
Small Group (4-6)
$25 $90 $160 $300 $410
$40 $110 $175 $320 $425
N/A $210 $336 $630 $780
For more information contact and to schedule a massage appointment firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about personal training contact email@example.com.
CARDIO & STRENGTH CORE -- 30 jam-packed minutes of total core strength and stability exercises utilizing the BOSU, gliders, resistance tubes, stability balls, weights and more. Arms, Back & Belly (ABB) -- Focus on your upper body strength and endurance in 45 minutes for lean, mean and balanced arms, shoulders, chest, back and core. This is a great compliment to our LAB class. Cardio Grooves -- No previous dance experience is required to get your body moving and your blood pumping. This class consists of current dance steps and aerobic-inspired moves for a fun, get-your-sweat-on cardio workout. Cycle / Cycle Xpress – Why ride alone? Come inside and spin your way through cardio challenges, varying speeds and resistance levels, hills, sprints and more. Easy to follow; tough to finish. Cycle & Synergy Interval (CSI) – Reap the benefits of 2 classes in one. Push yourself with an intense ride on the bike and circuits on the Synergy360. This class requires the use of athletic shoes (not cycling shoes with clips). Dance Technique – A fun and motivating class that not only teaches the basics of different popular dance styles, but also works on form and technique. Also included are sculpting and flexibility segments to condition your entire dancer’s body. Hip-Hop Fusion – Enjoy the latest chart toppers while getting in a great hip-hop dance workout. Not a dancer? That’s OK. This class breaks down the moves to different levels allowing you to choose your intensity while still getting in a killer workout. Can include other formats like Jazz, Lyrical and Modern. Hip-Hop Abs -- This choreographed dance class incorporates a variety of alternative, crunch-free moves for an effective cardio and core workout. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – This class will teach the basic skills of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and is great for anyone looking for more advanced self-defense knowledge. Kettlebell – Change up your routine and get a challenging strength and cardiovascular workout using kettlebells and bodyweight to perform a variety of exercises. Kickboxing -- Punch and kick your way through this high-energy conditioning and agility class for a hardcore, non-contact, stress-relieving workout. Legs, Abs & Buns (LAB) – Target and strengthen your legs, glutes and core in 45 minutes with this lower body muscle conditioning class. It’s a great compliment to our ABB class. Salsa (Beginning, Intermediate/Advanced) – Develop your dancing skills with this on-going course including dances such as Cha-cha, Merengue, and Salsa. The intermediate/advanced class requires prior salsa dancing experience.
Step – Whether it’s double step, BOSU™ or just plain step, this class is a great cardio workout utilizing choreographed routines to keep that heart pumpin’ and sweat drippin’. Step & Abs – This class combines 30 minutes of step with 20 minutes of challenging core and flexibility exercises. Step & Kick – Kick up the intensity with this double whammy cardio class. 50% step. 50% kickboxing. 100% fun and sweat. Synergy360 – Sweat your way through agility drills, circuits and intervals on our Synergy360 Playground. Utilize ropes, kettlebells, TRX, medballs, strength bands and more for a total body strength and cardio class. Total Conditioning – Hit all your muscles and challenge your endurance with a combination of weights, balls, bands, body weight and bars in this strengthening and conditioning class. TurboKick™ – Kick, punch and groove away in this intense, action-packed and effective cardiovascular workout. It’s a unique blend of intervals and endurance training to high energy music. Non-contact. Women On Weights (WOW) – This class is designed to help women of all fitness levels become confident utilizing studio equipment, cardio machines and weight room equipment. Expect a great workout in a group based personal training format. Zumba® Fitness – Party yourself into shape with this exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow dance fitness class. Inspired by Latin, international and popular music and dance themes, the routines combine fast and slow rhythms in an interval format to help you sweat, sculpt and move.
MIND/BODY Power Pilates – Take mat Pilates to the next level by incorporating weights, props and more intense movements. Power Yoga – Light on meditation, but heavy on core strength development and stamina is what you can expect in this class. Principles of yoga and Pilates are incorporated into this class suitable for anyone in reasonable physical condition. Stretch Yoga – The focus in this yoga class is on flexibility. Use the yoga flow to help limber your body. Yoga Fusion – The best of both worlds. This class will combine some of the basic practices in both Pilates and yoga to give you a full body workout along with a relaxation component. Yoga – Challenge and connect your mind and body with yoga asanas, vinyasas, conscious breathing, stretching and relaxation techniques. Yoga is an individual practice where all judgment, competition and expectations are let go. The focus is internal, connecting breath, body and mind.
Questions, comments, concerns? Contact Leigh Darilek, Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-458-6725.
Forming a New Club
1. Consult with the Assistant Director of Club Sports concerning plans for the establishment of a new club. 2. Become recognized as a Registered Student Organization on campus through the Student Activities Office. 3. Turn in a list of at least five members more than the minimum to play the sport, with banner ID numbers, who will participate in the club for the coming year. Individual sports require at least five members to start a club. 4. Complete the Club Sport Pre-registration for New Clubs form. 5. Complete the Current List of Club Officers form. 6. Complete the Officer Agreement Form for each club officer. 7. Obtain a letter from the Assistant Director of Club Sports that states the club has been formally established. This letter will be turned into the Student Activities office.
I appreciate competing at a high level regionally and nationally. I also like that I get to create bonds and long lasting friendships with my teammates. - Noah Scharchburg, Marketing Senior
Club Sports provides an environment for students to compete against other universities in an organized and competitive environment. Individuals represent UTSA club sports at local, regional and national level. Meet new friends and learn what it takes to run a student organization. Join Club Sports and be a part of the competitive atmosphere that makes amateur sports a fun and exciting part of the college experience.
Enrolled in six (6) hours of class each semester 2.0 GPA or higher overall Have the following forms on file with Campus Recreation: • Player waiver • Copy of UTSA ID • Participant information form
Current Clubs Badminton Baseball Climbing Cycling Fencing
Fishing Men’s Ice Hockey Karate Men’s Lacrosse Paintball
Powerlifting Men’s Rugby Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Tennis
Ultimate Frisbee Men’s Volleyball Women’s Volleyball Wrestling
Highlights • Club Baseball finished 2nd in the Gulf Coast South League. • Club Climbing placed many students at Collegiate Climbing Series competitions across Texas including class victories by David Cormier, Stephanie Comby, Josh Dowling, Ken Lambdin and Daniel Evans. • Men’s Club Lacrosse finished 4th in their division and made the Lone Star Alliance tournament for the first time. • Club Powerlifting placed three students at the National Meet in Baton Rouge, including Molly Jaeger winning the national championship in her weight class for the third year in a row, Desiree Estrada placing second in her class and Brandon Brashear placing fourth in his class. • Men’s Club Rugby finished 3rd in their conference in the Texas Rugby Union Division III, making the playoffs for the first time ever and competing in the tournament final for the first time ever. • Men’s Club Soccer qualified for the regional tournament and went undefeated in their spring friendly matches, including winning the Ed Snider Spring Classic (Texas State Tournament) for the first time. • Men’s Club Volleyball fielded two teams, hosted a Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Crossover tournament with 19 teams present, placed 4th in SIVA, placed 21st at the national tournament in their classification and their head coach was named NCVF Division II Coach of the Year. • Women’s Club Volleyball fielded two teams, hosted and won their women’s tournament with 12 teams present, finished undefeated in the South Texas Club Sports League, placed 5th in SIVA and placed 21st at the national tournament in their classification. • Club Wrestling competed in tournaments in Texas, Arkansas, Colorado and Florida. Tyler Herrera and Richard Reyna competed at the national meet for the second year in a row.
For more information contact Mario Rios at email@example.com or visit utsa.edu/recreation/club_sports.
Equipment Lending Items Backpacks Compasses Daypacks Mummy Liners Sit-On-Top Kayaks Duffle Bags Bikes Stoves Boats
Books & DVD’s Coolers Head Lamps PFD’s Sleeping Bags Stoves
ORC Orientations 4 PM - 4:40 PM 4:40 PM - 5 PM 5 PM - 6PM
Canoes Camp Chairs Mountain Bikes Roll-A-Tables Sleeping Pads Tents Monday-Thursday Monday-Thursday Monday-Thursday
The Outdoor Resource Center (ORC) operates as a lending program providing the equipment above for free to Recreation members.
One thing that I love about working for outdoor pursuits is the myriad of opportunities to grow myself professionally by participating in various outdoor related skill certifications. Also helping people and spending time outdoors can’t be beat! -Steven Stelly: Outdoor Pursuits coordinator, Senior
Outdoor Pursuits teaches patrons valuable outdoor recreation skills in a safe and encouraging environment. The program offers trips on water, trail, rock and snow; including surfing, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, rock climbing and snow skiing. Trips are offered at significantly reduced rates to students and Campus Recreation members.
Rockwall Events Event Climbapalooza
10/8 - 10/11
1 PM - 10 PM
The Recreation Center houses a 54 foot indoor rock wall that is available to Recreation members and UTSA groups free of charge. Thursday 10 AM - Noon Group Climbs Friday 7 PM - 10 PM Saturday 1 PM - 4 PM Lead Climb Last Saturday of each Clinic month Belay Clinic Monday-Thursday 5 PM
Trip Eisenhower Day Hike Ride from the Rec Reimers Ranch Climb Surf Camp Pace Bend Camp/Canoe Enchanted Rock Climbing Whitewater Kayaking Cortez Ranch Horseback Kayak Instructor Training Ride from the Rec Friedrich Day Hike Scuba Certification Colorado Ski Trip Guatemala Kayaking Hueco Tanks Climbing
Register: utsa.edu/ calendar/request. cFm Register: Rockwall Rockwall
9/1 9/2 9/15 9/21 - 9/23 9/28 - 9/30 9/28 - 9/30 10/13 10/19 10/27 - 11/3 10/27 11/03 11/16 - 11/18 1/2 - 1/9 3/11 - 3/16 3/11 - 3/16
$0 $0 $15 $85 $50 $50 $30 $110 $165 $0 $0 $315 $475 $525 $275
8/31 8/31 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/20 9/27 10/11 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/16 12/11 2/28 2/28
San Antonio, TX OP Schnabel Park, TX Dripping Springs, TX Aransas Pass, TX Spicewood, TX Fredericksburg, TX San Marcos, TX Bandera, TX San Marcos, TX San Antonio, TX San Antonio, TX Balmorea, TX Brackenridge, CO Guatemala El Pas
For a full trip desciption and difficulty level, please visit the Campus Recreation website.
For more information contact Eliot Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit utsa.edu/recreation/outdoor.
Downtown Facility Hours Fitness Center Sport Court
Monday - Thursday 6:30 AM - 9 PM 9 AM - 9 PM
Friday 6:30 AM - 7 PM 9 AM - 7 PM
Saturday 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM
Sunday CLOSED CLOSED
Downtown Facility Closures Labor Day Thanksgiving Holiday Winter Holiday Winter Break Hours
Event Cardio Minute Madness Tailgate Challenge Free Throw Competition Football Accuracy Mystery Skills Challenge Badminton and Volleyball Challenge Cornhole Challenge Baseball Challenge Football Challenge Soccer Accuracy Challenge Basketball Golf Dodgeball Challenge
Date 9/3 11/21 11/22 - 11/25 12/23 - 1/1 1/2 - 1/12 Monday - Friday Saturday 1/10 - 1/11
Date 8/1 - 12/22 9/4 - 9/6 9/11 - 9/13 9/18 - 9/20 9/25 - 9/27 10/2 - 10/4 10/23 - 10/25 10/30 - 11/1 11/6 - 11/8 11/13 - 11/15 11/27 - 11/29 12/4 - 12/6
Hours CLOSED 6:30 AM - 8:30 AM / 11AM - 2PM CLOSED CLOSED 6:30 AM - 7 PM 11 AM - 2 PM CLOSED
Time All Day 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm 11am - 2pm
Location Downtown Fitness Center Bill Miller Plaza Rowdy Sport Court Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Bill Mller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Rowdy Sport Court Bill Miller Plaza