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SPORTS TEAMS

The Office of Athletics, Recreation, and Intramural provides an opportunity for BMCC students to participate in intercollegiate and intramural activities sport activities.

BMCC's intercollegiate teams include baseball, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, men's soccer, and more. Recreational activities such as weight training, swimming and aerobic fitness training machines provide students, faculty and the community-at-large the opportunity to participate in a variety of leisure pursuits.

In addition, individual instruction may be provided by
request.

Intramural Activities
The leisure program is comprised of diversified physical, intellectual and social activities that allow students, faculty, staff and the community-at-large the opportunity to participate in a variety of leisure pursuits that are congruent with their particular lifestyles.

Participants may satisfy their leisure needs by participating in formal classes (noncredit) that emphasize individual instruction or by engaging in informal, self-paced activity. The leisure program sponsors classes in martial arts, physical fitness, swimming, and weight training. For more info about
martial arts club and weight training, contact Mike Cullen in room N210 extension 8262.

Special events include the annual Harold Solomon, Jr. 5K Run, the Indoor Triathlon, and ski outings (in conjunction with Student Activities). More info, contact Andy Escobar in room N210 extension 8263.

Intercollegiate Sports
Intercollegiate sports are formal intensive athletic programs for students who are interested in joining a team to compete with other colleges. BMCC's teams include baseball, men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball and men's soccer.

Participants can attend intercollegiate athletic
events free of charge.

More about BMCC's Panthers, team rosters, and game schedules (COMING SOON)
 
Office of Athletics
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Room N203-N210
tel. 220-8260
fax 748-7463
Staff
Steve Kelly, Director
Fitness Center Summer Hours (May 27 - August 1st)
Monday - Thursday,
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday, 10 am - 1 pm
Summer Hours - Pool
Monday - Thursday,
8:00 AM - 3: 00 PM
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