Stanford University: Athletics Crew. Cross Country. fencing. Field Hockey. Football. Golf M weekly e-mail newsletter about Stanford athletics, online diaries from student-athletes and information about the http://www.stanford.edu/home/athletics
Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sailing Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases Stanford introduced Trent Johnson as its new men's basketball head coach at a press conference held at Kissick Auditorium in the Arrillaga Family Sports Center on May 25. The 47-year-old Johnson, a Stanford assistant coach for three seasons from 1996-99, has been the head coach at Nevada for the past five campaigns (1999-2004).
Extractions: Download Free Acrobat Reader CHAPEL HILL The 2002-03 academic year was another successful one for the University of North Carolina Department of Athletics. Four Tar Heel teams won Atlantic Coast Conference championships. Meanwhile, cross country and women's track and field star Shalane Flanagan won three NCAA championships in '02-'03. Fourteen Carolina teams earned bids to the NCAA Tournament or ranked in the top 25 at the NCAA Championships in their respective sport: women's cross country, men's soccer, women's soccer, volleyball, women's basketball, men's indoor track and field, women's indoor track and field, baseball, men's golf, women's golf, softball, men's tennis, women's tennis and women's outdoor track and field. The 2002-03 academic year was also another stellar one for UNC student-athletes in the classroom. The ACC Honor Roll, which includes those student-athletes with a grade point average of 3.0 or better for the year, featured 274 Tar Heels. Carolina also had a large number of student-athletes named to the Dean's List at UNC 148 in the fall and 137 in the spring.
Our Administrators The fencing Team cannot get a mask or a Albert Carlson is the Department of athletics Business Manager. person; just ask any hungry studentathlete who has to http://www.columbia.edu/cu/fencing/Our_Administrators.htm
Extractions: our Administrators Click here to return to the Columbia Fencing Home Page The success of any athletic team depends on far more than just the skills of the competitors and coaches. There are always many people "behind the scenes" who, while unknown to most, are a very important component of the team. Here at Columbia, we are very fortunate to have a talented group of administrators who work with the Columbia Fencing Team and who are truly supportive of the Columbia Fencing Team. Without the assistance of these individuals, our program would not be as strong as it is. This is John Reeves, Columbia University's Director of Physical Education and Intercollegiate Athletics. John is the person who overseas all of the many athletic programs. When the Fencing Team needed new scoring machines, he is the one who gave us a special authorization to obtain three of the same kind of machines that were used in the Olympics; he believes we should have the best of everything that is possible. John is a true supporter of all Columbia teams, from the most visible to the the least visible. Here is Merry Ormsby holding one of Columbia's many personal-sized NCAA Fencing Championships Trophies. She certainly earned it. Merry is one of Columbia's Associate Athletic Directors. She is also the Senior Women's Athletic Administrator. Merry knows fencing. Merry is not only the administrator in the department directly responsible for fencing, she is also the former Chair of the NCAA Fencing Committee. It's especially nice to have a friendly face at all of our meets. Merry Ormsby is a most active part of our team.
Introducing First-Year Student-Athletes To The Library Describes the history of libraryservices to studentathletes in higher education. Includes a description of a program at Michigan State University. The nature of student athletics can often isolate student-athletes from the larger campus in non-revenue generating sports like track, lacrosse, swimming, fencing, golf, etc http://www.libraryinstruction.com/athlete.html
Extractions: The Michigan State University Experience Michael Lorenzen and Nancy Lucas Literature Review A great deal of literature deals with students-athletes in higher education. This paper will focus on those studies that establish the student-athlete as a special population on campus that is treated differently than other student populations. In particular, the negative stereotyping of athletes has resulted in widespread bias that poses difficulties for the student-athlete in receiving an education. It will also examine the efforts of academic librarians to reach the student-athlete population and make libraries more accessible to them. The negative views of faculty in particular can harm student-athletes. One study (Leach and Conners 1984) indicated that faculty held more negative attitudes toward student-athletes than do other students, administrators, and alumni. Leach and Conners postulated that faculty perceive that athletics is incompatible with the basic values of academic integrity and academic excellence. A more recent study (Engstrom, Sedlacek, and McEwen 1995) confirmed that faculty do view student-athletes (particularly those in revenue producing sports) less favorably than they do other students. For example, faculty perceived more favorably students who were not involved with athletics getting a scholarship, driving an expensive car, being mentioned in the campus paper, or even receiving a good grade in their class.
Student Services Athletics Men's Women's Track and Field (Club) fencing (Club) Click Here for student Life and athletics Contact Information http://www.cccnj.edu/ccc/pages/student/athletic/athletic.html
NYU Athletics - Men's Fencing 6/2003 Four former New York University studentathletes will be inducted into the NYU athletics Hall of Commerce, was a member of the Violets fencing team http://www.nyuathletics.com/teams/archive.asp?pg=fencing&s=m&articleID=393&nav=a
NYU Athletics - Home Thirty New York University senior studentathletes received All To earn the award, a student must be and Science); Kelly Borukhovich, fencing (Gallatin School http://www.nyuathletics.com/coles/general_article.asp
Extractions: Thirty New York University senior student-athletes received All-Academic Achievement Awards during a reception held on Thursday, April 29, at NYUs Coles Sports Center. To earn the award, a student must be graduating with a grade point average of 3.3 (B+) or better and have competed for a minimum of two years on an intercollegiate team. New York University Provost David McLaughlin and Senior Vice President and general counsel Andrew Shaffer presented the awards.
Extractions: The team wishes to thank this years graduating student-athletes for their help and assistance over the course of the last few years. A special thank-you goes out to Nicolaas Neisingh who served as team-captain for the last two years, and assisted the coaching staff as a student-coach. All and all, a fantastic end to a most rewarding season. Head Coach:
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Extractions: 2004 Schedule Date Opponent Va. Academy of Fencing Sweet Briar After enjoying extreme success as a varsity sport, the Hollins fencing team has competed as a club sport since 2002. The 2003-2004 team consists of twelve student-athletes. They compete against other club and varsity teams. Hollins offers fencing as a physical education class. Beginners are encouraged to try this Olympic sport at Hollins. The following highlights Hollins fencing: Hollins varsity fencers were chosen twelve times to compete in the NCAA Regionals in foil, epee and sabre. The 1996 foil team won the Sportsmanship Award at the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association 68th Annual Championships. The 1997 foil team won the Sportsmanship Award at the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association 69th Annual Championships.
UCSD Athletics women s bowling, men s and women s fencing, men s and has brought credit to the studentathlete, the institution and intercollegiate athletics. http://athletics.ucsd.edu/news/index.php?id=890
Extractions: About the NCAA and how to get a Scholarship. HOME WHAT WE DO ABOUT US QUESTIONS ... CONTACT Information about NCAA Scholarships and College Recruiting. Athletic scholarships for undergraduate student athletes at Division I and Division II schools are partially funded through the NCAA membership revenue distribution. These scholarships are awarded directly by the NCAA colleges and not the NCAA. About $1 billion in athletic scholarships are awarded each year. Over 126,000 student-athletes receive either a partial or full athletic scholarship. NCAA scholarships are offered in the following sports; MEN Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Fencing, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rifle, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo and Wrestling. WOMEN. Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Equestrian, Fencing, Field Hockey, Golf, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Rowing, Skiing, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Synchronized Swimming, Team Handball, Tennis, Volleyball and Water Polo. The National Collegiate Athletic Association i s a voluntary association of about 1,200 colleges and universities, athletic conferences and sports organizations devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate athletics.
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Fencing - Coach step in a continuing trend toward becoming one of the finest fencing programs in on the international level will be of utmost value to our studentathletes. . http://www.wellesley.edu/Athletics/athletics/fencing/coach.html
Extractions: Second year of coaching at Wellesley Gamil Kaliouby enters his seventh season and second year back as head fencing coach at Wellesley College this season after a five-year absence. Kaliouby returns to the Wellesley campus, where he coached the fencing team from 1992-97. He was instrumental in Wellesley qualifying for the 1994 and 1995 NCAA Northeast Regional Championships and in the development of Heidi Chang, the 1995 NCAA Epee Runner-Up and NCAA Most Outstanding Fencer. "Having Gamil back at Wellesley College is a major step in a continuing trend toward becoming one of the finest fencing programs in New England," said Wellesley Athletic Director Louise O'Neal. "His coaching and competitive experience on the international level will be of utmost value to our student-athletes." Kaliouby has also served as head coach at such NCAA member institutions as Holy Cross and Boston University, as well as assistant at Harvard. Outside of the college arena, he has coached at both the Boston Fencing Club and the Academy of Fencing.
Student Services Athletics No experience needed! Open to all students, full and parttime. student fencing Club President Jennifer Hoxworth. Program http://www.cccnj.edu/ccc/pages/student/athletic/fencing.html
Student Services Athletics and should be referred to Dukes athletics Office or but you must be a current student to participate fencing, Volleyball, Track and Soccer clubs are currently http://www.cccnj.edu/ccc/pages/student/athletic/eligibility.html
Extractions: Varsity Teams Staff Directory Features/Stories Scores/Summaries ... Haverford Home Page Student-Athletes Honored With Commencement Awards Senior women's track competitor Rebecca Bockow, an Honors biology major, formerly a soccer and squash player as well, took home one of the College's highest academic honors, the first Clementine Cope Fellowship. Bockow was joined by 2002 women's soccer captain Anna Filip in receiving the Marian E. Koshland Book Prize, named in memory of the late scientist, Board of Managers member, mother of two Haverfordians and mother in-law of a third. The Koshland Prize honors outstanding performance in senior biology research. Another runner, women's cross-country and track star and frequent Centennial Conference champion Kristen Wilson, saw her name appear in several honor categories. Kristen graduated Phi Beta Kappa with High Honors in psychology, while also earning the David Olton '64 Award for exceptional work and great promise in her major field. (Olton, late professor and chair of Johns Hopkins University's psychology department) was commodore of Haverford's varsity sailing team when the Fords still ruled the waves in the early 1960s. Wilson, of course, was co-winner of the Stephen Cary '37 Award for greatest impact on the entire Haverford athletic program along with graduates Andrew Poolman (soccer, squash) and Sasha Brady (softball) earlier this month.