College football team

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Varsity Intercollegiate Sports – Men

Athletic courses provide an opportunity for inter-conference, invitational, sectional or state involvement at a high level of mental and physical competition. Athletic excellence is stressed throughout. One repeat of each varsity sport is allowed. Maximum credit for UC transfer for any or all of these courses combined is four units.

VAR PE 9V, Varsity Basketball for Men 3 units

Transfer: UC, CSU

This basketball course provides a consistent laboratory for the development and enhancement of the skills required to participate in intercollegiate basketball. The course is in conjunction with regular season practice and competitions as scheduled by the local and state community college athletics organizations. This class is recommended for those students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. Previous experience on a club or high school team is preferred. One repeat is allowed.

Must be enrolled in at least 12 units, including this course.

3464 Arrange-10 Hours GYM 100 Thomas J L

VAR PE 11B, Off-Season Intercollegiate Strength and Conditioning 1 units

Transfer: UC (pending), CSU Prerequisite: None.

Students will be instructed in sport specific strength and conditioning protocols related to improving muscular strength, power, agility, and speed. This off-season physical preparation course is recommended for those students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team.

NEW 3537 12:45p-2:05p TTh GYM 2 Hank M E
Above section 3537 is recommended for student athletes participating on the men's intercollegiate volleyball team.

VAR PE 14V, Varsity Cross Country for Men 3 units

Transfer: UC, CSU

This cross country course provides a consistent laboratory for the development and enhancement of the skills required to participate in intercollegiate cross country. The course is in conjunction with regular season practice and competitions as scheduled by the local and state community college athletics organizations. This class is recommended for those students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. Previous experience on a club or high school team is preferred. One repeat is allowed.

Must be enrolled in at least 12 units, including this course.

3471 Arrange-10 Hours FIELD Barron E A

VAR PE 21V, Varsity Football for Men 3 units

Transfer: UC, CSU

The varsity football course provides a consistent laboratory for the development and enhancement of the skills required to participate in intercollegiate football. The course is in conjunction with regular season practice and conference games as scheduled by the local and state community college athletics organizations. This class is recommended for those students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. Previous experience on a club or high school team is preferred. One repeat is allowed.

Must be enrolled in at least 12 units, including this course.

3473 Arrange-10 Hours FIELD Laslett W G

VAR PE 43V, Varsity Soccer for Men 3 units

Transfer: UC, CSU

This varsity soccer course provides a consistent laboratory for the development and enhancement of the skills required to participate in intercollegiate soccer. The course is in conjunction with regular season practice and competitions as scheduled by the local and state community college athletics organizations. This class is recommended for students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. Previous experience on a club or high school team is preferred. One repeat is allowed.

Must be enrolled in at least 12 units, including this course.

3474 Arrange-10 Hours FIELD Pierce T L

VAR PE 50V, Varsity Water Polo for Men 3 units

Transfer: UC, CSU

This varsity water polo course provides a consistent laboratory for the development and enhancement of the skills required to participate in men’s intercollegiate water polo. The course is in conjunction with regular season practice and competitions as scheduled by the local and state community college athletics organizations. This class is recommended for those students that plan on participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. Previous experience on a club or high school team is preferred. One repeat is allowed.

Must be enrolled in at least 12 units, including this course.

3476 Arrange-10 Hours POOL Eskridge B M

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