1st Annual Oozeball Tournament Champs!
Life’s about balance-get out and get active! The Recreation Department here at Western is dedicated to providing the campus community with a multitude of various recreational activities to encourage physical fitness and promote a positive well-being.
Our university is unique in that the Western community can utilize athletic facilities on two different campuses. At Midtown you will find the Bill Williams Gymnasium for aerobics and fitness classes, and the fitness room for cardio workouts and strength training. Our Westside campus is home to the William A. O’Neill Athletic and Convocation Center, which houses a six-lane natatorium, a four-lane indoor track, four full courts for basketball and volleyball, and a fitness center for cardio and strength training. Also located here is the Westside Athletic Complex, three spacious practice fields and six lighted tennis courts. And inside the Westside Campus Center is a fitness room mainly focused on cardio fitness and core strength training.
NEW!!!! Berkshire Hall Fitness Room will NOW OPEN AT 7 a.m. M-F
Rec Swim will be extended to 11 p.m. M-TH. (NO lunch swim hours)
*PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR OTHER FITNESS ROOM, POOL & OPEN GYM HOURS*
Recreational Services ...Fall 2014
4th Annual CARDBOARD CANOE RACE
Wednesday, October 22nd
Boat Building from 7-8:30 p.m., racing immediately following
Teams of 2, open to current WCSU students, faculty & staff
All classes taught by certified instructors
Tuesday 5:15-6:15 p.m. Bill Williams Gym
7-8 P.M. WSCC Ballroom
Wednesday 9-10 a.m. Higgins Annex 019
8-9 p.m. WSCC Ballroom
Thursday 5:15-6:15 p.m. Bill Williams Gym
Friday 12-1 p.m. Bill Williams Gym
***NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! ***
Interested in bringing new and exciting Recreation Activities to campus? Then join the RECREATION COUNCIL! We are looking for determined, outgoing, fun members to help plan events. Contact Debbie Bisaccia, advisor, for more details.
August 26th: RecFest 2014 - join us on the midtown campus for all things recreation! Fairfield Hall front lawn you can Climb the Rock Wall, jump on the Bungee Trampoline, ride the Mechanical Shark and try to survive the Wrecking Ball! On the quad you can get your picture taken in the photo booth, try to soak your roommate in Water Wars or relax with a game of Corn Hole or Ladder Ball. Bill Williams Gym will be hosting a Dodgeball Tournament. And of course, there will be FREE GIVEAWAYS
September 21st: Oozeball Tournament - Registration opens Thursday August 28th
October 12th: NY Jets VS. Denver Broncos - Co-sponsored with PAC. Students $25, tickets go ON SALE October 1st
October 19th: "Do or Dye" Run - "Get Fit or Dye Trying" in this 3 mile fun run taking place on the westside campus . . . more information to come
October 22nd: Homecoming Cardboard Canoe Race . . . more information to come
**Follow Western Recreation on Facebook or on Twitter @WCSU_Recreation**
Intramurals ... Fall 2014
Co-Ed Soccer: Begins Sept. 8th, (Registration OPEN NOW)
Co-Ed Volleyball: November 11th-December 2nd
Flag Football: September 30th-November 5th
PowderPuff Flag Football Tournament: Sunday, October 26th
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament: Friday, December 7th
Register your team via the IM Leagues sign-up: IM Leagues Participant_Signup_Instructions.doc
**Follow WCSU Intramurals on Facebook or on Twitter @WCSUIntramurals**
Participation of ALL skill levels is encouraged, as this will help to increase the variety of activities offered. A strong emphasis on friendly competition and having fun exists, which will help to create an enjoyable campus life. More than just a game, intramural sports let you build friendships, strengthen your mind & body, develop your character and nurture your skills.
The Intramural Program is open to all current Western students, faculty, staff and alumni. Play Hard and Have Fun!
Please direct any questions to the Intramural Coordinator, Judy Allen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-837-9057
Active Club Sports...Fall 2014
The Club Sports Program provides an opportunity for individuals who share a common interest in a recreational sport, to improve their skill level and overall knowledge of the sport or activity. Club Sports can be organized on either a recreational or a competitive level. Instructional activities range from informal play, to regular practices, in preparation for intercollegiate and tournament competition. Many clubs compete with other schools and are a part of a collegiate league of play.
Active Recreation Clubs ...Spring 2014
Any individual seeking information on any of these programs can contact Amy Shanks, Assistant Director of the Center For Student Involvement at 837-8609.
Bill Williams Gymnasium
Weekly Gym Schedule
Fitness Rooms and Pool Hours
PLEASE NOTE: At this time, our recreational facilities (i.e. pool and fitness rooms) are only available to current students, faculty and staff only. We do not offer community memberships.
Midtown Fitness Room
7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Westside Campus Center Fitness Room
4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
O'Neill Center Fitness Room
10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Pool (subject to change)
7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m.
All programs are free to Western students and staff.