Monday, December 8, 2014

2014 PTCAS Applicant Data

From Paula:

Here are some quick facts concerning 2014 PTCAS accepted students and JMU students:
JMU Acceptance Rate:  86/40  = 47%  (increase from 38% in 2013)
Top Major for PTCAS Applicants/Acceptances:  (1) Exercise Science  (2)  Biology   (3)  Kinesiology
Cumulative GPA for PTCAS accepted:   3.57  (increase from 3.54 in 2013)
Applications increased by 10% nationwide
For a look at the PTCAS Applicant Data please go to  

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Recreation Employment - Suffolk, VA

Interested? Apply ASAP. This opportunity closes tomorrow!

Below is a position opening for a Recreation Leader with Suffolk Parks & Recreation.  We know that there is limited notice and that may not be enough time to share/recruit, but we did want to pass this opportunity on.  Please pass this opportunity on to any students you feel may be interested.  See the information below:
Please note:  This position is set to close on Friday, December 5 at 5:00 PM.
To apply, visit and follow the employment tab and instructions.
Recreation Leader -Seasonal Programs
Full Time
Pay Range
21664.00 - 34937.00/Year
Primary Responsibilities
***Seasonal Part time positions anticipated to start on May 16, 2015 and end on August 31,2015.***
Tasks Performed
Essential Functions
Interacts with the general public in person and by phone; provides information about programs and activities; registers participants; issues and checks membership cards; receives fees; enforces rules and regulations of the facility.
Sets up and takes down equipment used for classes and events; maintains, stores, and monitors inventory of equipment; issues athletic equipment to participants.
Participates in programs, classes, activities, and events; leads crafts, games and other activities for children.
Assists in cleaning and maintaining the facility.
Performs routine administrative tasks for the department; collects funds; prepares deposits as requested; performs routine data entry, record keeping, filing, faxing, and copying documents.
Provides assistance and input regarding programs, participants, and volunteers.
Operates a personal computer and other equipment necessary to complete essential functions to include word processing, e-mail and other programs.
Communicates with supervisors, employees, other departments, vendors, the public and outside agencies; attends various meetings as required.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Summer 2015 Lacrosse Internship in Baltimore

Aloha Tournaments, a Baltimore, MD based company, is the world’s largest youth lacrosse tournament company. Aloha Tournaments hosts some of the largest, most well run lacrosse and field hockey events in the nation. While the competition is always top notch, emphasis is placed on providing each player, along with their family and friends, a unique experience. 

We are looking for two interns for summer 2015 who will serve as the right hand to the Tournament Director for each event from start to finish. The intern will have a wide variety of responsibilities throughout the summer from preparing to execution and the final wrap up of each event. 

Thank you in advance for passing this internship opportunity along to your students. Attached please find a detailed description of the internship, compensation and application process. Questions should be directed to or 410-252-5642.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Practicum in Health Promotion at UVA

I have a flyer for this if anyone is interested: 

A local project, Move2Health, is looking for exercise physiology students to assist with a project as part of a practicum experience or simply on a volunteer basis. The Move2Health point person, Elizabeth Beasley (copied here), is looking for volunteers to review the “Move” portion of the Move2Health website ( My dietetic interns will be reviewing the “Eat” section, likely using the attached instruction sheet as a guide.
If you know of any people who may be willing to review the Move section, please reach out to Elizabeth. Tiffany Neal (also copied here) is also assisting with this project.
Angie Hasemann, RD, CSP
Weight Management Dietitian, Pediatric Endocrinology, University of Virginia Children’s Hospital
Assistant Director, UVA Health System Dietetic Internship
Address: P.O. Box 800673, Charlottesville, VA 22908-0232
Phone: 434-924-2348
PIC: 2483

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Research Practicum with Dr. Hargens

Want experience with research and collecting data with Dr. Hargen's? Visit his website:

Senior Fitness Opportunity in Harrisonburg

Want to work with individuals who are 50+ years old?

The Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation 50+ program is looking for a group fitness instructor to teach their Cardio and Strength class on Tues/Thursdays from 5:30-6:15 (if the person could only do Thursday, that would be okay as well).  They are open to traditional group exercise formats, circuit training, or other creative ideas.  Interested? contact Lynn Turner, coordinator of the 50+ programming, or 540-433-9168.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Group Exercise Employment in Broadway, VA

I received this message from a new fitness studio called Achieve in Broadway, VA. They are looking for group exercise instructors: 

We are a studio that offers all sorts of exercise classes ie. spin, kettlebell, stretch, general group fitness, yoga, zumba.  If there any students who are interested in this avenue we would help them get certified so they could teach, they would of course need the aptitude to do so.  If any are interested they can contact me personally and I would meet with them.  I can send you a flyer with my contact so they can call or email me if they prefer.  Thank for your help with this! It's greatly appreciated.

Beth Miller
540-746-7724- STUDIO DIRECTOR


Sports Performance in Charlotte, NC with an Alum!

I received this message from Ashley McConkey, an Exercise Science Alum from 2014:

​I am emailing on behalf of the United States Performance Center in Charlotte who is seeking out strength and conditioning interns for the spring semester. They were very impressed with the kinesiology program at JMU and are looking for others who have gone through the same program I did. We are offering full time positions which would cover all of Kin 481 requirements. If you have anyone who would be interested in this position please have them contact me either by email or phone (434-426-5777). I hope to be hearing from you soon. 

Ashley McConkey
James Madison University Class of 2014
United States Performance Center
Strength and Conditioning Coach

Monday, November 3, 2014

Personal Training Opportunity near Richmond with Alum!

I received this message from Caitlen Manning a 2012 Exercise Science program graduate. She is currently opening her own training studio south of Richmond and is very interested in providing practicum and internship opportunities to others from her area. She wrote:

Studio M provides group training, personal training, team training, and online training in Prince George County, Virginia.  Construction has finally began and in less than 45 days we will be in our own space!  I would love to have interns who are interested in becoming a trainer and learning hands on what it takes to be successful in this field.

You can visit my website at & also learn about the studio updates/construction by following @studiom_training on instagram! 

Caitlen can be contacted through the Studio M website or her Gmail address:

Also, Caitlen's mentor is also interested in having future internship students in his facility: 

University of St. Augustine

Looking for graduate programs in:

Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
Dual Degree Option (MOT/DPT)
Part-time flexible Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Part-time flexible Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
Master of Orthopaedic Assistant (MOA)

Locations in California, Florida, Texas

Look into University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Friday, October 31, 2014

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant - GKIN 100

Practicum Opportunity

Position Responsibilities: 

Assisting with the following fitness assessments:
1-repitition maximum for arm press and leg press
Curl-ups and sit ups
BIA and waist-to-hip ratio
12-minute run or swim

Assisting primary instructor with physical activity instruction (ie: correcting technique)
Leading small group activities such as resistance balls, medicine balls, resistance bands, BoSU, Body Bars, indoor cycle, yoga, stretching.

Other activities depending on applicant experience/forte.


Group Exercise or Personal Training certification, completion of KIN 199, 422, or relevant teaching experience.
Ability to arrive to class 5-10 minutes early
Ability to teach small groups of students a variety of activities
Well organized

This opportunity can be completed for academic credit. For more information, or to apply send resume and cover letter to Jana Walters,

Friday, October 24, 2014

Need to complete your Cluster 5 requirement? Want to run a half marathon?

Need to complete your Cluster 5 requirement? Want to run a half marathon (13.1 miles) near the end of the spring 2015 semester? Attend an information session on Wed Oct 29, 5:00pm, Godwin 341.

Class will be held Monday, Wednesday, Friday OR Sunday. You'll need to have a flexible schedule to enroll in this section. Some of the long run training requires a period of time that best fits in a weekend day.

Class will involve the following:

Information from the Career and Academic Planning Office

I received this message from the Career and Academic Planning Office. Thought some of you may be interested in attending a workshop:

As you may be aware, Career & Academic Planning is offering small group sessions throughout this semester to help students get started on their internship search.  These sessions are for 5 students max, so interested students should be sure to RSVP sooner rather than later at this address: They can find the event, titled “Internships 101” under Workshops.  As internship coordinators, many of you are already very aware of the benefits of an internship to students’ professional development, so please help students hear about this and other resources available to them in Career & Academic Planning.
Upcoming dates for Internships 101:
10/13/14              11:00 am              3 spots remaining
10/22/14              2:00 pm                4 spots remaining
11/6/14                4:00 pm                5 spots remaining
11/11/14              3:00 pm                5 spots remaining
11/14/14              12:00 pm              5 spots remaining
11/17/14              2:00 pm                5 spots remaining
11/18/14              4:00 pm                5 spots remaining
12/3/14                1:00 pm                5 spots remaining
12/4/14                 5:00 pm                5 spots remaining
Other events:

University of Idaho Masters of Science in AT

The University of Idaho’s Masters of Science in Athletic Training Program (MSAT) is requesting your help in recruiting high quality students. Your program has been identified as an excellent source of top quality students who may have a natural affinity for the Health Professions and Athletic Training in particular. 
Dear Prospective Student,
Do you like to help people? Do you like to be challenged? Have you ever considered a career in the Health Professions? If you have answered yes, to any of these questions, you may wish to consider a career in Athletic Training. The University of Idaho, Department of Movement Sciences is recruiting students for its Entry-level Master’s Degree in Athletic Training (MSAT).

The UI’s MSAT program prepares you for a career in athletic training.  Athletic training is a health care profession that is predicted to grow 37% from 2008-2018, a growth rate that is much faster than the national average for all occupations. Athletic trainers work daily with patients across the lifespan; including athletes. 

As a student in the UI’s MSAT program, you will learn to prevent, treat, and rehabilitate injuries and illnesses. You will also learn about professional development and organization and administration in healthcare. Each day in the athletic training program presents new and exciting clinical opportunities.
Please contact to learn more about our athletic training programs. Please visit our program website The website is updated regularly as we make this exciting transition in Athletic Training Education.
If you have specific questions about this exciting career please feel free to contact Dr. Nasypany (, Dr. Baker ( or Dr. May (
Masters Degrees offered at the University of Idaho in the Department of Movement Sciences.
1.        Masters of Science in Athletic Training.
2.        Masters of Education in Physical Education for those who already have teacher certification
3.        Masters of Education plus certification in which you can earn a graduate degree as well as teacher certification in Physical Education.
4.        Masters of Science in Movement and Leisure Sciences with an emphasis in Physical Education, Sport Psychology, Recreation, or Exercise Science.
5.        We also have several non-Physical Education, teaching Masters degrees in our College of Education.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Wellness Employment in Harrisonburg

Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community is looking to hire a couple of full time positions, one is a fitness manager, and the other is an aquatics manager.  Information can be found on their website,

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Exercise Leader Practicum

James Madison University
Department of Kinesiology
Exercise Leader Practicum Experience

The JMU Kinesiology Department is offering the opportunity for motivated, hard working Kinesiology students who are interesting in serving as an individualized Exercise Leader for 2 participant volunteers throughout the course of the spring semester.  The Exercise Leader will act as Testing Technician and Exercise Leader for each of their assigned participants.  They will be responsible for all pre-screening/health history, health related physical fitness testing, and preparation of an individually tailored exercise prescription that will be implemented by the participant.  They will also be responsible for progressing their participants in their exercise plan as the semester progresses.  This will be done under the supervision of Dr. Trent Hargens, Kinesiology faculty, and Graduate Students in Kinesiology.

  1. Be certified in CPR with AED
  2. Successfully completed KIN 421: Principles of Exercise Testing and Prescription
  3. Be available during the later afternoon hours (approximately 3 - 6 pm)

Interested parties should submit a resume and a short (~ half page) description on why they would like to participate in this program, and why they would make a good practicum student for this program to Dr. Hargens. Deadline for submission is December 1, 2014

For additional information contact Dr. Hargens,

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Fall 2014 Fieldwork Sites

Want to know where current students are completing hours for credit this semester?

Fall 2014 Exercise Science Fieldwork Sites:

Sports Performance Internship in Charlotte, NC

I received this message recently to recruit spring semester internship students. Read Ashley McConkey's Alumni Highlight to find out more about this opportunity, she completed her internship at this facility during the spring 2014 semester. Jana has full internship details and application. 

Youth Sports Performance, Mentorship and Tutoring in Stuarts Draft, VA

A KIN alum sent us this message ... from the HomeRun Club in Stuarts Draft, VA, which is only a 35 minute drive from JMU.  I remember having difficulty finding an internship and mentor-ship in the local community.  Therefore, I'm hoping to initiate opportunities to teach, lead and inspire JMU students in our internship program.  We're in business to help athletes not only improve their athleticism but improve their grades.  We're in need of interns who are passionate about encouraging children to chase their dreams and who are dedicated in leading them to processes that prepare them for opportunities life will have to offer.   Only interns with passion to serve the community need apply. Contact info: 

Employee Wellness in Fishersville, VA

We received a message from Sharon Stitler at the Lifetime Fitness facility in Fishersville, VA, looking to recruit volunteers to assist with an employee wellness initiative. Contact Sharon directly, her info is below: 

(Fishersville is exit 222 off I-81. Harrisonburg is exit 245, as a point of reference.)

Fitness Internship Opportunity in Winchester, VA

Valley Health Wellness & Fitness Center in Winchester, VA, is looking for two internship students for the SP15 semester. Jana has the full details of the internship curriculum and application. Please email to request these documents! Brief description below: 

Monday, September 22, 2014

Wellness Employment Opportunity

Please spread the word about this great job opportunity!
Collecting applications and resumes now.
Wellness Center Newsletter

Sunnyside Retirement Community
Job Title:   Wellness Instructor
Wellness Instructor  -  full-time position with benefits working M – F, 32 hours/week 
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and occasional Saturday mornings (8:30-11:45 am). Responsibilities include leading group exercise classes, assisting senior residents with one-to-one exercise sessions, guarding the pool areas and assisting with planning and implementing various wellness programming. Qualified applicants must have a High School diploma and 2 years experience in wellness/fitness or a combination of education and experience in field.  Must have the ability to train/certify for lifeguard if not already a certified lifeguard.

See Jana for Application

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Corporate Health Opportunity

Looking for a corporate health opportunity near Haymarket, VA? Other opportunities in the US also available. Check out WTS International. If you're interested, schedule a meeting with Jana to talk about the details.

Fieldwork Information Sessions

Do you need to complete KIN 471 Practicum or KIN 481 Internship during the Spring 2015 semester? You must attend a mandatory information session. Only those students who attend the information session will be allowed to complete fieldwork during the Summer and/or Fall semester. Meeting times are:

Thursday October 2, 3:30-4:30pm, Godwin 208
Monday October 6, 9:00-10:00am, Godwin 208
Tuesday October 14, 12:30-1:30pm, Godwin 208
Wednesday October 22, 3:30-4:30pm, Godwin 208
Tuesday October 28, 4:00-5:00pm, Godwin 208

Friday, September 12, 2014

Monday, September 1, 2014

Alumni Highlight - Ashley McConkey

May 2014 graduate Ashley McConkey shares her internship and current employment in this month's Alumni Highlight:

Graduate and Professional School Fair

Graduate and Professional School Fair will be held on Tuesday, September 23, 4-7 pm in the Festival Ballroom.   More than 120 graduate programs have already registered to participate including 13 medical schools, 33 additional health-professional programs, 34 law schools, and a wide range of other programs representing virtually every discipline and interest area. Representatives of institutions from across the country will be at JMU, hoping to discuss their programs with JMU students.  This is an opportunity that should not be missed.  Information for students is available at
As explained on the web site listed above, students can review the programs that will be participating through Recruit-A-Duke.  Colleges will be attending from across the country, from New England to California.  Participation is free for JMU students, but students will need to register in advance.  (Registration instructions will be added to that web page soon.)  This event is not for Seniors only!  This is a great opportunity for students at all levels to learn more about potential career pathways and what will be needed to be admitted to particular types of programs.  This event is co-sponsored by the JMU Graduate School and the Office of Career and Academic Planning.  It is a collaborative effort of JMU, Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite University and Mary Baldwin College.   

Hilton Head Health Institute Internship Opportunity

We received this message from Internship coordinator at Hilton Head Health Institute on Hilton Head Island, SC. 

I would like to introduce myself as the administrator for the Hilton Head Health Program Internship.  In the past, this has been coordinated by our Fitness Director, and the internship program will continue to be managed by our General Manager, Jessica Brantley.  However, I will be the main point of contact for any students wishing to apply for an internship here at Hilton Head Health. 
If you are not aware of who we are and what we do, I would encourage you to visit our website, www.hhhealth.comto see what we are really about.  In brief, we are a world renowned, award winning health spa resort.  We focus on helping individuals create a personalized health and wellness experience and provide an environment for rapid personal growth - developing new healthy habits, jumpstarting weight loss or managing stress are some of the many ways guests choose to begin living a more fulfilling life, healthy lifestyle.
Hilton Head Health has the best singular opportunity to provide exceptional learning and training experiences for Health Management professionals.  Because their chosen field is broad and because health is not solely linked to one lifestyle aspect, the curriculum will expose the intern to all of H3 Program sectors of comprehensive wellness. The intern can expect guidance and support from a highly trained professional staff with expertise in their related health promotion area. 
Our intention is to extend and expand the intern’s education.  While providing opportunities for them to reinforce their strengths, interns will also address and strengthen weaker areas of interest or talent.  Ideally, this will allow the intern to participate in an extensive learning opportunity.
This facility also included an Application Packet. See Jana for this information
Thank you,
Human Resources Representative
843.785.3286 x152

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

YMCA Looking for AFAA Certified Group X Teachers

The Staunton-Augusta YMCA is looking for AFAA certified group fitness instructors who can teach a variety of classes such as STEP, Cardioboxing, and Strength-related classes.  If you have this certification, and live near Staunton (I-81 exit 222), this would be a great opportunity!

Want to get your AFAA group exercise certification? Look into taking this elective course this fall!

KIN 422: Advanced Principles of Group Exercise Leadership, 3 credit hours****course not offered SP14

Course description: Theories, principles and procedures involved with leading group fitness classes. Students will gain knowledge and experience in class design and choreography development. Programming for children, older adults, pregnancy and aquatic exercise will be included. Practical and written assessments will occur throughout the semester. Participation in group exercise classes is a requirement. Students will have the opportunity to enroll in the AFAA Primary Group Exercise Certification offered on-campus in December.
Course prerequisites: GKIN 100, KIN 202, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (for non-KIN majors)
This course will be half lecture and half physical activity lab. The lab will allow students the opportunity to practice the theory learned from lecture.
When: Tuesday/Thursday 2:00pm-3:15pm Location in Godwin 208 and Multipurpose Room.

Instructor: Jana Walters (

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Summer 2014 Fieldwork Sites

Where are students completing fieldwork this summer? From Harrisonburg to Korea to Australia!

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

What are the May 2014 graduates are planning to do?

Seek employment in physical activity promotion/wellness. Apply to Physical Therapy graduate programs.
Seek physical therapy technician employment
Begin summer employment with Potomac Paddlesports
Begin Exercise Physiology graduate program
Begin full-time employment at East Coasters Bike Shop as lead bike fitter. Seek admission to Physical Therapy graduate programs.
Begin DPT program at University of Delaware
Begin DPT program at University of Maryland
Begin DPT program at Shenandoah University
Begin Master of Science in Exercise Physiology program at Wake Forest
Seek employment as a personal trainer
Begin Masters of Education program at University of Southern California in Post-Secondary Academic & Student Affairs
Begin employment in Sports Performance
Seek employment as Physical Therapy Technician and personal training in the Harrisonburg area
Begin employment with Emergent Technologies in Vienna, VA
Apply to Physical Therapy graduate programs
Begin Doctorate of Chiropractic program at Palmer Chiropractic College
Seek employment in public health/health promotion
Seek personal training employment
Seek health/fitness specialist employment in the Northern Virginia area
Begin Accelerated Nursing Program at Jefferson College
Begin Accelerated Nursing Program at UMASS
Seek health care employment
Seek clinical exercise physiology employment
Begin employment as a Health Coach at Health Solutions
Begin employment as an Office Assistant in a Dermatology practice
Begin employment as a full-time Physical Therapy Technician in Richmond
Join the Peace Corps, health education emphasis
Seek employment as a CNA to gain patient care hours for Physician’s Assistant graduate programs
Work at a summer camp for children with disabilities
Begin summer employment at First Tee, Harrisonburg
Seek employment in medical sales
Fortify application to DPT programs – boost GPA, gain observation hours
Begin dual degree program at Emory University in Master of Public Health/Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Monday, June 9, 2014

Wellness Employment in Harrisonburg

Sunnyside Retirement Community

Job Title:                                            Wellness Instructor              
Status:                                    Full-time B
Department:                                      Wellness
Hours:                                                8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. M – F and occasional Saturdays

Description:                                       Lead group exercise classes, assist senior residents with one-to-one exercise sessions, and guard pool areas.

Requirements:                                   High School diploma and 2 years of experience in wellness/fitness or a combination of education and experience in field.  Must have the ability to train/certify for lifeguard if not already lifeguard certified.

Resumes may be sent to Annie Shaffer.  Contact info below.

Annie Wagner Shaffer
Sunnyside Wellness Director

3935 Sunnyside Drive, Suite A
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

Office: (540)568-8289
Fax: (540) 568-8352

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Group Exercise Opportunity - Richmond, VA

I received this message from an Exercise Science alum:

 I am currently in need of several group fitness instructors for the summer months with potential to be on the group fitness schedule through the following fall, winter and spring.  Specifically, I am interested in those able to instruct indoor cycling classes, senior classes and water aerobics.  There will also be opportunities to sub yoga, boot camp, Barre, and strength training classes.  If you know of any students that will be living in the Richmond area over the summer or moving here after graduation, please pass along this information.  Candidates should have a current group fitness instructor certification, as well as current CPR/AED/First Aid certifications.  Interested students can contact me at
Thank you,

Monday, April 21, 2014

Want a KIN elective for the fall semester?

KIN 422 to be offered in the Fall 2014 semester

Advanced Principles of Group Exercise Leadership, 3 credit hours
Course description: Theories, principles and procedures involved with leading group fitness classes. Students will gain knowledge and experience in class design and choreography development. Programming for children, older adults, pregnancy and aquatic exercise will be included. Practical and written assessments will occur throughout the semester. Participation in group exercise classes is a requirement. Students will have the opportunity to enroll in the AFAA Primary Group Exercise Certification.
Course prerequisites: GKIN 100, KIN 202, OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR (for non-KIN majors)
This course will be half lecture and half physical activity lab. The lab will allow students the opportunity to practice the theory learned from lecture.
When: Tuesday/Thursday 2:00pm-3:15pm Location in Godwin 208 and Multipurpose Room.
Instructor: Jana Walters (

Strength Coach Internship - Maryland

 Strength Coach
Internships Available

Looking for a Summer Internship/ Possible Employment?

Sarge Athletics is seeking qualified interns in the area of Exercise Science and Sports Marketing
·         Rising Junior, Senior or Graduating Senior in Exercise Science or Sports Marketing
·         Pursuing career in these fields
·         Some coaching experience preferred
·         Must work 20-30 hours per week
Internship includes:
·         Education in Functional Movement Training
·         Experience Coaching: Personal Training, Small and Large Groups
·         Experience working with Middle School, High School, Collegiate & Professional Athletes
·         Weekly Leadership Training
·         Assistance preparing for the CSCS
·         Nutritional Education
·         Educational Sessions with our Physical Therapist- exposure to PRI
·         Marketing Interns will gain hands on experience ranging from cold calling, relationship building to creating print ads
·         Those completing the semester receive $500 stipend

About Sarge Athletics:
·         Athlete Performance Training Center Licensed by Mike Boyle (MBSC Thrive)- Rated #1 Gym in the country 3 years in a row by Men’s Health
·         Functional Movement Training
·         90% of coaching staff have a Degree in Exercise Science and have sat for the CSCS
·         In-house Dr. of Physical Therapy (PRI)
·         In-house Registered Dietician
·         Sport Specific Training- Lacrosse, Soccer, Speed, Football, Baseball, Swimming, etc.
·         10,000 Sq. Ft. facility- 7,000 sq. ft. of turf

Where: Ijamsville, MD
When: Summer OR Fall OR Spring Semester

Contact Information: email- or phone- 240-586-1587