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Welcome to Cuyamaca College Athletics!
Interim Associate Dean of Athletics /  Athletic Director: Ryan Shumaker

 

Picture Of Cuyamaca College's Mascot - The Coyote

 

Physicals For the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Physical Dates/Times:

Times are TBA

W Volleyball, M&W Soccer, M&W XC, W Golf: Tuesday 8/12/14

M Basketball, W Tennis, M&W Track, M Golf: Tuesday 9/16/14

Spring Physical Date: Tuesday 1/13/15

All student athletes will need to print off the appropriate paperwork PRIOR to the physical date and meet with the athletic trainers.  Meetings will start taking place Weds. July 16th.  Please email jamie.adams@gcccd.edu or lyman.connolly@gcccd.edu to set up a time to meet.

If you have any questions please contact jamie.adams@gcccd.edu

 

Mission and Philosophy

 

MISSION: To provide all student-athletes quality intercollegiate sports that will complement the college’s instructional programs, enhance student life on campus, and foster community interest and support.

PHILOSOPHY: The growth of Cuyamaca College sports is to give all potential student-athletes opportunities to master advanced physical skills, enjoy team participation, and gain benefits of vigorous physical competition. Student-athletes should gain rewards from playing sports that transfer to later life such as an appreciation for social diversity, increased leadership abilities, and the achievement of success through hard work.

The connections of academic achievement and athletic performance must be a caring and responsible service given by all coaches and support staff. Facilitating institutional goals towards higher rates of 4-year transfers should be a cornerstone in maintaining athletic eligibility for Cuyamaca athletes. The college should also benefit from the increase in full-time students that a sports program provides.

Intercollegiate sports at Cuyamaca create a student-centered campus, build school spirit and encourage spectator support by staff, families, friends and the community. Athletic events afford participants and fans a chance to use the beautiful facilities and to visit the campus.

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Cuyamaca College Athletics is under the governance of the California Community College Commission on Athletics, the Pacific Coast Conference, the GCCCD, and Cuyamaca College. Athletic policies and procedures are developed and maintained to support these governing institutions, their rules and regulations.

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Cuyamaca Student-Athlete Academic Award
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