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    Kansas State University
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

K-State Athletics


Gene Taylor, Director of Athletics
E-mail: kstatead@kstatesports.com
www.k-statesports.com

Head Coaches: Dibbini, S. L. Fritz, Godfrey, Hill, Knight, Mittie, Robbins, Rovelto, B. Snyder, Steinberg, Sweeney, and Weber; Associate Head Coaches: Gaspard, Grove, Lowery, Ostermann, and S. Snyder; Assistant Coaches: Capra, Carstens, Coleman, DeMars, Dickey, Dimel, Frazier, Gilliam, Haney, Hayes, Helin, Johnson, Kincaid, Klien, Korn, Kynard, Latimore, Romo, Seiler, Jessica Smith, Jordan Smith, Sorensen, Watson, and Wiltfong; Senior Administrative Staff: Babock, Garrett, Hamor, Scott, Shields, Shubert, Thomas, and Veatch; Athletics Trainers: Burris, Carlson, Connole (Director-Sports Psychologist), Fitzgerald, Hammett, Hoffman, Sauber, Seiler, Thomason (Head Trainer), E. Trausch, and Trausch (Sports Dietitian, nutritionist); Athletic Communications: Brown, Gilbert, Kutz, Lackey, Lannou (Director), McCarty, Moline, and Peterson; Strength and Conditioning Coaches: Cavender, Cyr, Dawson (Director), Honeycutt, Kloss, Meredith, O’Donnel, Rapp, Ryan, and Schadt.


K-State is a member of the Big 12 Conference and through that affiliation competes with Baylor University, Iowa State University, the University of Kansas, the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, the University of Texas, Texas Christian University, Texas Tech University, and West Virginia University.

Intercollegiate competition is open to all students and is coached by staff members who are specialists in their fields.

The men’s intercollegiate program competes in football, basketball, baseball, track (indoor and outdoor), cross country, and golf. The women’s program offers competition in cross country, volleyball, basketball, track (indoor and outdoor), tennis, golf, crew, and soccer.

Athletics courses

The following courses may be repeated for credit.

 

Course Course Title Credit Hours When Offered Pre-Requisites
ATHM 101 Varsity Baseball 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHM 102 Varsity Basketball 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHM 104 Varsity Football 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHM 105 Varsity Golf 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHM 108 Varsity Track 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 150 Intercollegiate Basketball 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 152 Intercollegiate Track 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 154 Intercollegiate Tennis 1 Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 155 Intercollegiate Volleyball 1 Fall Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 156 Intercollegiate Crew 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 157 Intercollegiate Golf 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
ATHW 158 Intercollegiate Soccer 1 Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Consent of instructor