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Contents


1     A Guide to Sports in Silicon Valley ........................................................................... 3
    1.1   The Meaning of Sports in US in General ....................................................................... 3
    1.2   Sport In and Around the SF Bay Area .......................................................................... 4
      1.2.1 Baseball ...................................................................................................................................... 4
      1.2.2 Basket Ball ................................................................................................................................. 6
      1.2.3 Football....................................................................................................................................... 7
      1.2.4 Ice Hockey.................................................................................................................................. 9

    1.3   Santa Clara University Athletics .................................................................................. 10
      1.3.1 Basketball W (West Coast Conference Rank 1) ....................................................................... 11
      1.3.2 Volleyball W (West Coast Conference Rank 1) ....................................................................... 11
      1.3.3 Baseball M (West Coast Conference Rank 1) .......................................................................... 11
      1.3.4 Softball W (Western Independent Softball League Rank 2) ..................................................... 11
      1.3.5 Basketball M (West Coast Conference Rank 3) ....................................................................... 12
      1.3.6 Ruff Riders ............................................................................................................................... 12

    1.4   Do-it-yourself Sports @ SCU ........................................................................................ 12
      1.4.1 On Campus Activities ............................................................................................................... 12
      1.4.2 Activities near the Campus ....................................................................................................... 14
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1 A Guide to Sports in Silicon Valley

This handbook provides you with an introduction to the meaning of sports in US in
general (chapter 1.1), gives you an overview of the local sport scene around the
San Francisco Bay Area (chapter 1.2) as well as describing the athletic teams at
Santa Clara University (chapter 1.3). The last chapter 1.4 details some recreational
activities for you to partake in during our stay in Silicon Valley.



1.1 The Meaning of Sports in US in General

The US, as a culture of competition, is enamored with sports. Every day hundreds
of thousands of children, teenagers and adults compete at the high school, the col-
legiate, the amateur and professional level. And they are watched by millions of
adoring parents, family, friends and of course, by the fans.
This backdrop is especially true in the health- and fitness-crazy state of California,
where the mantra of ―one‘s body is a temple‖ has been part of social culture for
decades, from the surfers at Half Moon Bay, the beach volleyball players on Man-
hatten Beach, and the body builders of Santa Monica.
Moreover, lately the language of sports has permeated the culture of business and
vice-versa. This is especially true in the ultra-capitalistic world of Silicon Valley:
entrepreneurs talk about ‗having scored a touchdown‘ after closing a big deal or
‗hitting a home run‘ after successfully deploying a product into the marketplace.
Conversely, professional athletes and coaches talk about ‗executing the right strat-
egy‘ during a game, or ‗closing the deal‘ on a player to support the team during the
play-off stretch.
With the following guide to sports in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay
area in general, we would like to provide you with a overview of what is going on
and what is available to you to watch, enjoy, or even participate – from the profes-
sional level to collegiate athletics all the way to recreational activities.
However, bear in mind the following paragraphs. They constitute the ‗Big Picture‘
of the American sports landscape:
The Big Three sports are football, baseball and basketball, which follow a seasonal
ebb and flow. Each fall, week-ends start under the Friday night lights of high-
school football, followed by collegiate football on Saturdays, and culminate with
the games of the National Football League (NFL) on Sundays. The Superbowl, the
championship game pitting the two best professional football teams of the season
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against each other at the end of January, is watched by close to a billion TV view-
ers around the globe each year.
In the spring, baseball takes over and sets the leisurely pace for the summer
months. As America‘s ‗favorite past-time‘, it is the sport that everybody plays
growing up, just like soccer is in Europe. At the professional level, the Major
League Baseball (MLB) season ends with the last game of the fall classic in Octo-
ber, called the World Series.
Basketball season starts in late fall and is watched by millions of TV viewers
across the US at the collegiate and professional level. The National Collegiate Ath-
letics Assocation‘s (the NCAA) season-ending basketball tournament, pitting the
best 64 college basketball teams against each other in a single-game elimination
brackets, is the highlight of the month of March – and is therefore referred to as
March Madness. The best college players then move on to the professional ranks
of the National Basketball Association (NBA), where they hope one day to join the
ranks of their childhood heroes like Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jor-
dan and win the NBA finals in the month of June.
The Big Three sports are followed by NASCAR racing (the American version of
Europe‘s Formula One), ice-hockey (collegiate and the National Hockey League),
and golf.



1.2 Sport In and Around the SF Bay Area


1.2.1 Baseball1
                                    Baseball is played most in the United States, where it
                                    is regarded as the national pastime, the game of sum-
                                    mer, as cricket is in England. Baseball's appeal is uni-
                                    versal, crossing all classes and age groups. Of all the
                                    major American team sports, it has probably under-
                                    gone the fewest basic rule changes. Baseball is played
                                    at a leisurely pace on a field of green - often natural
                                    grass, but also lately artificial turf.

1.2.1.1 General Description of the Game
A game played with bat, ball, and gloves between two teams of nine players each
on a field on which four bases are laid out in a square (diamond). Teams alternate
positions as batters and fielders, exchanging places when three members of the

1
    Compiled from Encyclopædia Britannica Article
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batting team (the team at bat) are put out. As batters, players try to hit the ball out
of the reach of the fielding team and make a complete circuit around the bases for
a run. The team that scores the most runs in nine innings (times at bat) wins the
game. One run is scored each time a runner legally advances to and touches first,
second, third and home base before three men are put out to end the inning. Scores
are indicated such as '6 – 2', meaning 6 runs scored by the home team and 2 runs
scored by the road team.
A batter has legally completed his time at bat when he is put out or becomes a run-
ner. A runner acquires the right to an unoccupied base when he touches it before
he is out. He is then entitled to it until he is put out, or forced to vacate it for
another runner legally entitled to that base. Pitchers shall take signs from the
catcher while standing on the rubber to throw the baseball. The umpire in chief
stands behind the catcher (plate umpire). The Official Scorer shall observe the
game from a position in the press box.

1.2.1.2 League Formation
US professional baseball teams are organized in the Major League (MLB) com-
prising American League and National League. Each league now has Eastern, Cen-
tral and Western divisions. The playing season runs from April to August with this
year's All-Star-Game on July, 10 in Seattle. The champions of the National and
American leagues engage in an annual World Series postseason contest to decide
the championship of major American professional baseball.

1.2.1.3 San Francisco Giants
                      Is the name of the local National League member team. To-
                      gether with 4 more Westcoast teams they form the NL West-
                      ern Division. Home stadium (Ballpark): PACIFIC BELL
                      PARK, 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, California
                      94107, Phone: (415) 972-2000.
In 2000 the Giants christened the spectacular Pacific Bell Park in inauspicious fa-
shion, losing the first six games in the new yard and 11 of their first 15 games
overall. But with the support of 3.3 million fans who sell out every game at the
rookie park, San Francisco won its second division title in four years. Jeff Kent
won the N.L. MVP while Dusty Baker captured his third Manager of the Year
Award.
This year they've opened their 119th season. During our stay at the SCU the Giants
have the following gamedays [at home]: Jul [20, 21, 22], 31 and Aug 1, 2, 3, [4, 5],
14, 15, 16, 17, [18]. Tickets for the games can be acquired via their Internet home-
page. By mid June the 3 Giants' players Rich Aurilia (Shortstop), Jeff Kent (2nd
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Base), Barry Bonds (Outfield) were ranked amongst the top 5 NL Position Lead-
ers2.
1.2.1.4 The minor leagues
The purpose of the minor leagues had evolved from that of mainly providing local
entertainment to that of developing major league talent. Over time, the minor lea-
gues became a training ground for prospective major league players and a refuge
for older players.
Affiliated to the SF Giants are the following Minor League teams (current rat-
ings)3: Fresno Grizzlies (AAA), Shreveport Swamp Dragons (AA), San Jose
Giants (A), Hagerstown Suns (A), Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (A), Arizona Giants
(R).


1.2.2 Basket Ball
The National Basketball Association NBA is the professional basketball league
formed in the United States in 1949. The NBA membership is divided into two
conferences, each with two divisions. Eastern Conference, incl. Atlantic Division
and Central Division; Western Conference, incl. Midwest Division and Pacific Di-
vision. The top-ranking teams at the end of each season engage in a play-off to de-
termine the NBA champion, which claims the title of world champion. Probably the
most outstanding team in NBA history was the Boston Celtics, which, led by cen-
tre Bill Russell, won 11 of 13 titles from 1956–57 to 1968–69. Other dominant
clubs were the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s and the Chicago Bulls in the '90s.
Other Californian teams in the Pacific Division are the Los Angeles Clippers and
the Phoenix Suns.
On June, 15 the L.A. Lakers beat the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA Finals 2001
posting the best single-season winning percentage in the history of the NBA
Playoffs4.



Since men's Basketball games schedule ends with the Finals in June and the new
season does not start before October there are no games taking place during our
stay at the SCU.



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    http://giants.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/sf/homepage/sf_homepage.jsp
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    http://giants.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/sf/minor_leagues/sf_minor_leagues_index.jsp
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    http://www.nba.com/lakers
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                Anyone who still likes enjoying a good Basketball game, go for
                an's Basketball and watch the Los Angeles Sparks5 play on TV: July
                21, 25, 28, 30, August 2, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14.


1.2.3 Football

1.2.3.1 General description of the Game
                                 American football is a game played between two 11-
                                 member teams on a rectangular field with goalposts at
                                 each end. Each team tries to score points by moving the
                                 ball, which is ovalshaped, over the opponent's goal line
                                 for a touchdown (by carrying or passing the ball to a
                                 team-mate) or by kicking it between the goalposts (a
                                 field goal). A team must advance the ball 10 yards in
                                 four attempts, called downs. As the possession of the
                                 ball changes from side to side, defensive and offensive
                                 teams alternate positions on the field.
American-style football is a body-contact sport of running, kicking, and passing.
The gridiron sport, as it is called because of the field's design, is indigenous to the
United States and has not been taken up in the rest of the world to the degree that
other U.S. sports, such as basketball and baseball, have. It has spread to some other
countries, however, and has achieved a degree of international popularity through
television viewing, especially the in Europe well known annual Superbowl6.

1.2.3.2 League Formation
                                      In 1970 the new National Football League
                                      (NFL), a fusion between the All America
                                      Football Conference and the American Foot-
                                      ball League, began and consisted of two con-
                                      ferences—the National Conference (NFC)
                                      and the American Conference (AFC), each
                                      divided in three divisions, a west-, central-
                                      and east division. 31 teams played in 2000 for
the divisional playoff, the Conference championship and then for the Superbowl.
The teams were aligned as follows:



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    http://www.wnba.com/sparks/ ;http://www.wnba.com/sparks/schedule.html
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    http://www.superbowl.com/
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National Conference, Eastern Division: Dallas, New York Giants, Philadelphia,
Phoenix, Washington, D.C. Central Division: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Min-
nesota, Tampa Bay. Western Division: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, St. Louis,
San Francisco.
American Conference, Eastern Division: Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New
England, New York Jets. Central Division: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland,
Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, Tennessee. Western Division: Denver, Kansas City, Oak-
land, San Diego, Seattle.

1.2.3.3 The San Francisco 49ers
                          In the area around San Francisco the SF 49ers are the most fa-
                          mous football club and even one of the most successful in the
                          United States. The San Francisco 49ers are playing in the west-
                          ern Division of the NFC7.
The San Francisco 49ers have the distinction of being the first major league pro-
fessional sports franchise on the West Coast. The 49ers entered professional foot-
ball in 1946 and matured, nationally and locally, when the club was granted a Na-
tional League franchise in 1950. The team earned its name from the surge of
goldminers to the San Francisco area during 1849, thus the nickname the San
Francisco 49ers. Fifty-two years ago, professional football in San Francisco- and
the entire west, for that matter- was just a dream for Anthony J. (Tony) Morabito, a
University of Santa Clara alumnus who had been moderately successful in the
lumber hauling business.
In 1950, San Francisco fans celebrated the entry of the 49ers into the NFL, along
with Cleveland and Baltimore.
In 1971, the 49ers moved from Kezar Stadium to Candlestick Park. The stadium
was named in 1970 by a balloting among fans, in reference to Candlestick Point,
where the stadium is located. The playing surface is natural grass and the stadium
currently seats 70,207. As Chief Executive Officer of the 49ers from its acquisition
1977 until 1997, Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. saw his primary role as one of providing
emotional and financial support for the players and coaches. Under his leadership
the 49ers earned the moniker "Team of the 80s" after claiming four Super Bowl ti-
tles during that decade. They extended their dominance into the 90s, becoming
only NFL team to produce 10-or-more wins for 16 consecutive seasons (1983-98).
Since 1981, the 49ers have won 13 division titles, five conference championships
and five Super Bowl championships (the first franchise in NFL history to win
five), claiming the world title in 1981 (Super Bowl XVI), '84 (Super Bowl XIX),
'88 (Super Bowl XXIII), '89 (Super Bowl XXIV) and '94 (Super Bowl XXIX).

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    http://www.sf49ers.com/
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                           In Europe most known players are O. J. Simpson (retired in
                           1979) and Joe Montana who retired 1994. With Joe Montana as
                           quarterback the 49ers had their most successful time with four
                           won Superbowls between 1981 and 1989.
                           The 49ers will start the season on Sept. 9. in Atlanta. The first
                           match in San Francisco will be played August 19 as a preseason
                           competition against Oakland8.


1.2.4 Ice Hockey

1.2.4.1 General description of the Game
With its speed and its frequent physical contact, ice hockey has become one of the
most popular of international sports. The game is an Olympic sport, and worldwide
there are more than a million registered players performing regularly in leagues.
Since the game is well-known in Europe, the rules and regulations governing the
game of hockey will not be explained in any further details.
In the US and Canada, professional teams compete against each other in the
National Hockey League (NHL).

1.2.4.2 League Formation
                    In 1893 national attention was focused on the game when the
                    Canadian governor-general, Frederick Arthur, Lord Stanley of
                    Preston, donated a cup to be given annually to the top
                    Canadian team. The three-foot-high silver cup became known
                    as the Stanley Cup and was first played for in 1893–94. The
                    first winner was the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association
                    team; since 1917 it has gone to the winner of the National
Hockey League play-offs of the National Hockey League (NHL), which has de
facto become the world's foremost professional hockey league. By 1999, 30 teams
played in the NHL. The regular season consists of 82 games and determines the 16
teams that will qualify for play-offs. The play-off winner is awarded the Stanley
Cup.
The play-off qualifly is played in two conferences. The winner of each conference
is playing the final for the Stanley Cup9.
Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division: New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders,
New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins. Northeast Division:

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    .http://www.sf49ers.com/u/football/sf49ers/schedule/.
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     http://nhl.com/
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Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Montreal Canadians, Ottawa Senators, Toronto
Maple Leafs. Southeast Division: Atlanta Trashers, Carolina Hurricanes, Florida
Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals.
Western Conference, Central Division: Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue
Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, Nashville Predators, St. Louis Blues. Northwest Divi-
sion: Calgary Flames, Colorado Avalanches, Edmonton Pilers, Minnesota Wild,
Vancouver Canucks. Pacific Division: Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, Dallas Stars,
Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, San Jose Sharks.
The Season 2000-2001 finished with the Colorado Avalanches defeated the New
Jersey Devils, 4-3, in the Stanley Cup final on June 9th.



1.2.4.3 The San Jose Sharks
                The San Jose Sharks10 played their first Season exactly ten years
                ago. 1994 the Sharks reached the first time the playoff and lost to
                Toronto, 4-3, in the Western Conference Semifinal. 1995 they lost
                again in the Semifinal to Detroit, 4-0. Since 1998 the San Jose
                sharks reached every year the Western Conference playoff, but lost
latest in the Semifinal. In the past 2000-2001 season 24 players from 8 different
nations where playing for the San Jose Sharks and reached with 95 winning points
the fifth place in the Western conference11.
The Ice Center of San Jose, at 1500 S. Tenth Street, San Jose, CA 95112, is the
official training home for the San Jose Sharks hockey team.


1.3 Santa Clara University Athletics

The following section gives you a brief overview of a selection of Santa Clara
University Athletics12,13, covering 17 varsity sports. SCU is known for it's strong
sport programs in soccer and basketball; women's soccer and volleyball were
ranked nationally last season. The season 2000/1 is completed; next season starts
end of August. Therefore, we‘ll not have the chance to enjoy the Broncos - nick-
name of the teams - live:-( The only activity during the postseason are the Bronco
Summer Camps, annually summer youth camps for the sports of baseball, basket-
ball, soccer, tennis, softball, and volleyball, plus an all-sports camp.


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   http://www.sj-sharks.com/
11
   http://64.166.70.214/sharkspage/
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   Teams not mentioned in this compilation are: Crew, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer,Tennis and Water Polo
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   http://santaclarabroncos.fansonly.com/
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1.3.1 Basketball W (West Coast Conference Rank 1)
               The women's basketball team recently completed its season, ad-
               vancing to the postseason for the fourth straight year. The Broncos
               posted a 20-8 record (wins - losses) under first-year head coach
               Chris Denker. Santa Clara has now recorded a winning record in
               league play for the 11th consecutive year, the longest streak in the
               16-year history of WCC basketball. Graduating senior center Annie
               Garrison (see picture) was named the WCC's Female Scholar-
               Athlete of the Year. Season 2001/2 starts in November.


1.3.2 Volleyball W (West Coast Conference Rank 1)
               Santa Clara finished the season 27-5, a program best for wins in a
               season. Additionally, the Broncos won the West Coast Conference
               Championship for the first time in seven years, and achieved the
               program's highest national ranking. 2001/2 schedule starts on Au-
               gust 31st in Tempe, Arizona against Hofstra and lasts till Novem-
               ber. Picture: WCC Freshman of the Year, Becky Potter.


1.3.3 Baseball M (West Coast Conference Rank 1)
The baseball team completes season as West Coast Conference division co-leaders
               together with Pepperdine. Sophomore outfielder Jack Headley (see
               picture) was recently named a first team All-WCC member, one of
               five Broncos to earn league honors. Nevertheless, Santa Clara
               University Director of Athletics Cheryl L. Levick announced the
               non-renewal of head baseball coach Mike Cummins' contract upon
               its expiration at the end of June. Cummins joined the Broncos for
               25 years, thereof 4 years as head coach.


1.3.4 Softball W (Western Independent Softball League Rank 2)
               The softball team recently completed its season, posting a 17-40
               record and placing second at the Western Independent Softball
               League Championship. Under second-year head coach Marcy
               Crouch, the Broncos posted the most wins in the last three years.
               Sophomore outfielder Coresta Salas (see picture) was named Ms.
               Clutch by her softball teammates, in part for hitting .417 during the
               season with runners in scoring position.
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1.3.5 Basketball M (West Coast Conference Rank 3)
                The men's basketball team completes season winning six of its last
                seven games and advancing to rank 3 (behind Gonzaga and Pep-
                perdine) of the championship game of the West Coast Conference
                Tournament. The National Association of Basketball Coaches
                (NABC) has named head coach Dick Davey (see picture) to its
                board of directors. 2001/2 Season starts on November 6th.


1.3.6 Ruff Riders
                The Ruff Riders are the Official Student Booster Club of Santa
                Clara University Athletics. Heading into their third year, the Ruff
               Riders look to accomplish the following goals: Increase student
               spirit, create a fun and exciting atmosphere, provide an excellent
               opportunity to meet new people through an interest in athletics and
               pre-game parties. Only Santa Clara University students may join
the Ruff Riders. Each SCU student who purchases a Student Athletic Pass receives
honorary membership into the Ruff Riders.



1.4 Do-it-yourself Sports @ SCU


1.4.1 On Campus Activities
Campus Recreation seeks to enrich the lives of students, faculty, and staff through
a broad scope of recreational, educational, and competitive programming. Sports
activites are organized either as Lifetime Recreation Classes (scheduled classes
throughout the day), as Intramural Sports (structured leagues offering competition
in a variety of activities like badminton, basketball, flag football, soccer, softball,
tennis, and volleyball), as Competitive Club Sports (student-directed, self-funded
groups of SCU students) or as Informal Recreation.
The Informal Recreation summarizes all self-initiated activities for personal fitness
and exercise. Opportunities for "drop in" use of the weight and cardiovascular
equipment, gymnasium, tennis center, and lap pool are available during all hours
the Pat Malley Fitness & Recreation Center is open. Participation allows
individuals to recreate as their schedule permits. Obviously the Informal
Recreation is the most interesting for us.
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On Campus, you will find the „Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center―: The
                                45,000 square foot Pat Malley Fitness and
                                Recreation Center is designed to be a
                                gathering place for members of the campus
                                community interested in physical activity.
                                Inside Pat Malley Center, you will find various
                                named places like „Filizetti-McPherson―
                                Room, „Anne Halligan Helmstein Room― and
                                so on. The most interesting Rooms for us are:
                                    Hayden Gymnasium 20,000 square feet Three
                                    hardwood maple courts for basketball,
                                    volleyball, and badminton. One court is
                                    always available for informal recreation use.
                                   Filizetti-McPherson Weight Room 9,500
square feet with rubberized and carpeted floor and mirrored walls featuring over
35 pieces of cardiovascular equipment including elliptical, step, treadmill, and
bicycle machines and over 30 state-of-the-art "selectorized" weight machines for
toning and strength exercises.
Nelson Wellness Center, a resource center for personal health and well being
staffed by a health educator. The Malley Center is connected to the "Leavey Pool"
and you can gain access to the pool through the center.

 Opening hours Pat Malley Center Not to forget the Souza Family Courtyard
                                       Outdoor cool-off/social area with patio
 Mon.-Thurs 6:30am-10:30pm             tables for relaxing, vending machines for
 Friday       6:30am-8pm               healthy snacks and beverages nearby and
                                       the Blair Family Patio Outdoor cool-
 Sat.-Sun.    Noon-5pm                 off/social area with bench seating adjacent
                                       to weight room for those who come from
sports and those who come directly ;-)


The tennis courts are separate from the Malley Center and you can play as long as
you have a magnetic strip "Access" card that will get you through the gates.
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                                                    If you are able to get "ACCESS Cards"
Charges and equipment                               you will be able to check out rackets and
Use of Malley Center, tennis center,                balls from the front desk of the Malley
and pool is provided free of charge to              Center for "free". The trick is, you will
students, faculty, and staff with valid             have to leave your card at the desk to get
ACCESS card. Take along your ISIC                   equipment then you will need to use your
Card! Day use lockers are available                 playing partners card to take with you and
Users should bring their own lock to                open the gate to the tennis courts. Other
secure their items.                                 equipemnt is also availabe for check out,
                                                    such as soccer balls, volleyballs,
basketballs, table tennis, and frisbees.


1.4.2 Activities near the Campus
Bicycle or mountain bike rental is not available on campus. Most good riding14 is
by the foothills of the Santa Cruz mountains or in the coastal areas of Santa Cruz15.
As for golf there are numerous courses within a half hour drive of campus. The
closest being Santa Clara Country Club. Most of the golf courses will be priced
from $30-$100 depending on what course and the time of day you golf16.




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   http://www.rides.org/lv2options/lv4options/lv4bkres/san_jose.html
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   http://www.bchc.com/
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   http://www.smartpages.com/v/foghorn/golf/

				
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