Athletics (ATIC)

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ATIC 61.     Men's Cross Country. 2 Units


Practice begins mid-August and the season ends in mid-November.

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ATIC 62.     Men's Tennis. 2 Units


Practice begins the first day of the fall semester and the spring schedule ends the last of May.

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ATIC 63.     Men's Track and Field. 2 Units


Indoor Track and Field practice begins in the fall. The competitive season is in the winter. Outdoor Track and Field practice begins the first day of spring semester and the season ends the last week of May.

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ATIC 64.     Men's Baseball. 2 Units


Practice begins in the fall with the competitive season starting February 1. The 56-game schedule is followed by the NCAA Championships for qualified teams in May.

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ATIC 65.     Men's Basketball. 2 Units


Practice begins mid-October. The season ends in late February and leads to NCAA Championships for qualified teams.

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ATIC 66.     Men's Football. 2 Units


Daily afternoon practice begins in late August. The 10-11 game schedule is followed by NCAA Championships for qualified teams in late November. There is also spring practice which follows NCAA regulations as to starting date.

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ATIC 67.     Men's Golf. 2 Units


Practice begins fall semester Monday through Friday starting at noon.

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ATIC 68.     Men's Soccer. 2 Units


Morning and afternoon practices begin in mid-August in accordance with NCAA regulations. Competitive season begins the first week of September and ends in mid-November. Daily practices during fall semester are from 3:00-6:00 p.m. Daily practices during the spring semester are also from 3:00-6:00 p.m. beginning the third week in February and ending the last week in April. You must see the head coach for permission to tryout.

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ATIC 80.     Women's Basketball. 2 Units


Practice begins mid-October. The competitive season begins in November and continues to the end of February leading to the NCAA Championships for qualified teams.

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ATIC 81.     Women's Golf. 2 Units


Practice begins the second week of September. Competition consists of one or two matches in the fall and the remaining part of the schedule is during the spring semester. Interested student-athletes who would like to walk on and try out for the team should contact the coach.

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ATIC 82.     Women's Soccer. 2 Units


Morning and afternoon practices begin in mid-August in accordance with NCAA regulations. Competitive season begins the first week of September and ends in mid-November. Daily practices during fall semester are from 2:00-4:00 p.m.

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ATIC 83.     Women's Gymnastics. 2 Units


Practice begins in September. The competitive season starts in January and ends in late April with the NCAA Championships for qualified teams. Daily practices are 12:30-4:00 p.m. Student-athletes must contact the coach prior to tryouts.

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ATIC 84.     Women's Softball. 2 Units


Practice begins in the fall with the competitive season starting mid-February. The 56-game schedule is followed by NCAA Championships in late May for qualified teams. Daily practices are 1:30-5:30 p.m.

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ATIC 85.     Women's Rowing. 2 Units


Rowing accommodates both scholarship and walk-on athletes with no experience necessary. Tall cross-over student-athletes are encouraged to turn out. Daily practice starts in September, 6:00-8:30 a.m. There is a fall semester long distance race season and a traditional "sprint" season in the spring semester, concluding with the National Championships in May. All student-athletes race. No limit on squad size. Freshman/Novice, Junior Varsity and Varsity squads, lightweight (130 lbs.) or open. Also, coxswains required. Should be under 115 lbs.

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ATIC 86.     Women's Tennis. 2 Units


Practice begins the first day of the fall semester and the spring schedule ends the last of May.

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ATIC 87.     Women's Volleyball. 2 Units


Preseason begins in mid-August. Competition begins September 1 and ends in mid-December with NCAA Championships for qualified teams. Daily practices are 2:00-5:00 p.m. Interested student-athletes must contact the coach prior to the preseason, be cleared by the Clearinghouse, and meet all eligibility requirements in order to participate in tryouts.

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ATIC 88.     Women's Cross Country. 2 Units


Practice begins mid-August and the season ends in mid-November.

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ATIC 89.     Women's Track and Field. 2 Units


Indoor Track and Field practice begins in the fall. The competitive season is in the Winter. Outdoor Track and Field practice begins the first day of spring semester and the season ends the last week of May.

Credit/No Credit

ATIC 167.     Coaching of Football. 3 Units


Examines all phases of the game, including offense, defense and special teams. Other topics covered are public/media relations, budget management, academic rules, marketing strategies, officiating, equipment and many other aspects. Lecture two hours, activity two hours.

ATIC 175.     Sports Information Fieldwork. 1 - 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): JOUR 123 or instructor permission.


Directed observations and work experience with intercollegiate athletics sports information support services. Field work is offered to give students orientation in the profession of sports information services. Supervision is provided by the instructional staff of the university. Each student is required to maintain a record of activities and assignments and to prepare periodic reports.

Note: May be repeated once for credit.

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ATIC 195.     Field Experience in Intercollegiate Athletics. 1 - 3 Units


Directed experience in athletics. Student interns keep records of daily experiences and prepare periodic progress reports. Succeeding enrollments should be in different sports.

Note: Registration requires prior approval of Director of Athletics.

Credit/No Credit

ATIC 199.     Directed Individual Study. 1 - 3 Units


Individual research, project or directed reading.

Note: Registration requires approval of the faculty under whom the individual work is to be conducted and the Director of Athletics.

Credit/No Credit