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									     Athletic Department
        Visitor’s Guide




The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Concordia University
Wisconsin welcomes you to our campus.

This guide contains information that will assist you during your stay in
the Mequon and surrounding area. You will find that several of our
teams and members of our sports information staff send out specific
literature about home events hosted by Concordia University of
Wisconsin.

Please feel free to contact any of the appropriate parties in the
Department of Athletics that may provide assistance during your stay
in Mequon.




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Table of Contents
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Director of Athletics Statement …………………………………………………………….                      3
Concordia University Wisconsin History ………………………………………………...                  4-5
About Concordia University Wisconsin ……………………………………………………                     6
General Athletic Information ………………………………………………………………                         7
Athletic Directory and Support Staff ……………………………………………………….                   8
Traveling to Concordia University Wisconsin ……………………………………………..               9
Mequon / Milwaukee Map …………………………………………………………………                              10-11
Concordia University Wisconsin Campus Map ……………………………………………                   12
Lodging, Entertainment & Restaurants …………………………………………………….                    13-15
Transportation ………………………………………………………………………………                                 16
Visiting Team Information Request Forms ………………………………………………                    17-18
Athletic Training Information …………………………………………………………….                        19-20
Concordia University Wisconsin Athletic Training Emergency Action Plans …...………..
                                                                              21-22
Guidelines for Lightning Safety and Severe Weather ……………………………………...          23-24
Athletic Coaching Staff …………………………………………………………………….                           25
Baseball General Information ………………………………………………………………                         26
Baseball Game Day Protocol ……………………………………………………………….                          27
Basketball General Information ……………………………………………………………                        28
Basketball Game Day Protocol …………………………………………………………….                         29
Cross Country General Information ………………………………………………………..                     30
Cross Country Race Map …………………………………………………………………...                           31
Football General Information ………………………………………………………………                         32-33
Football Game Day Protocol ……………………………………………………………….                          34
Golf General Information …………………………………………………………………..                          35
Hockey General Information ……………………………………………………………….                          36
Hockey Game Day Protocol ………………………………………………………………..                           37
Soccer General Information ………………………………………………………………                           38
Soccer Game Day Protocol ………………………………………………………………                             39
Softball General Information ……………………………………………………………….                        40
Softball Game Day Protocol ………………………………………………………………..                         41
Tennis General Information ………………………………………………………………..                         42
Track & Field General Information ………………………………………………………...                    43
Volleyball General Information ……………………………………………………………                        44
Volleyball Game Day Protocol …………………………………………………………….                         45
Wrestling General Information ……………………………………………………………..                       46




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Director of Athletics Statement




Dear Student-Athletes, Coaches and Friends:

Welcome to Concordia University of Wisconsin, home of the Falcons. Concordia University is
situated along the picturesque North Shore of Lake Michigan in Ozaukee County. We are blessed
to have acquired this property as we can provide friends and visitors with remote natural beauty in a
suburban environment. Concordia University is very proud of the academic and athletic offerings
that we can extend to students. The Falcons are committed to adhering to the Mission of the
institution by providing Higher Learning and Greater Rewards that extend beyond our athletic
endeavors.

The Falcons have produced a National Champion, a National Runner up, many National Qualifiers,
and even more Conference Champions. We are proud of our student-athletes accomplishments and
consider it a true blessing to serve as ambassadors of CUW. During your time here, please enjoy
the many renovations and facility upgrades that have taken place recently. We truly believe that
our students and those of our opponents will be pleased to showcase their abilities in our state of the
art athletic facilities.

While at Concordia we invite you take time to enjoy the many offerings of Milwaukee and the
North Shore area. We feel that we are located in one of the most popular destination places in the
state of Wisconsin. Our Athletic Department staff is here to welcome you and offer you assistance
while you are our guests. We wish you the best of luck and spirited injury-free competition while
here and safe travels as you depart.

Sincerely,



Dr. Rob Barnhill
Director of Athletics
Concordia University Wisconsin




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Concordia University Wisconsin History
Lutherans in Wisconsin founded Concordia College in 1881. Thirteen students began their instruction, with
Carl Huth as the first professor and only faculty member, in the basement of Trinity Lutheran Church in
downtown Milwaukee. In 1882, property located on 31st Street between State and Highland Streets was
purchased to start a permanent campus. The Rev. Christoph Henry Loeber was called to serve as the school’s
first President in 1885.

In 1886, Concordia received a perpetual charter from the State of Wisconsin, which authorized it to provide
“classical, technical, and religious instruction to young men and students who desire to prepare themselves
for the ministry of the Lutheran Church.” By 1893, during Rev. Max Albrecht’s presidency, the student
body numbered more than 250. For approximately eight decades, Concordia offered high school and the first
two years of a liberal arts college program.

In 1912, the Rev. G. Christian Barth was installed as Concordia’s third President and a modern college campus
took shape during his tenure. Cultural activities, with an emphasis on the arts, characterized the presidency
of Dr. Leroy C. Rincker in the 1930’s and 1940’s. President Rincker also placed an emphasis on the need for
a library, thus bringing about the construction of the Rincker Library.

During Dr. Walter W. Stuenkel’s administration (1953-1977), many innovative changes transpired, including
the admission of female students in 1965, the start of the lay ministry program, and the assimilation of the
business program from the former Spencerian College of Business.

A huge milestone in the school’s history was reached in 1977, under Dr. Wilbert Rosin’s administration, when
Concordia became a four-year college and began developing Bachelor of Arts programs. In 1978 Concordia
was authorized by The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) to become a 4-year accredited college
providing education in a variety of areas.

A declining enrollment, a substantial debt and a rapidly declining neighborhood were three challenges facing
the Rev. Dr. R. John Buuck as he became the seventh Concordia President in 1979. In a farsighted move in
1982, the LCMS purchased the former 125-acre campus of the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Mequon,
Wisconsin. The attractive campus subsequently expanded to 155 acres on the shore of Lake Michigan, just 15
minutes north of downtown Milwaukee. After several years of preparation, Concordia expanded its
curriculum by opening both graduate and accelerated adult education programs.

Following the move, scholarship funds rapidly increased and new programs were added to the curriculum. On
August 27, 1989, the Board of Regents approved changing the college to university status. Concordia
University Wisconsin became the first University in the Missouri Synod college system. In 1990 the Board of
Regents also gave its approval and financial support for students to have an international study experience. A
$3.2 million Health Services wing was built several years later to house new additions to the curriculum.

In July 1997, the Rev. Dr. Patrick Ferry was elected as Concordia’s eighth President and was installed in
August of that year. Under Dr. Ferry’s leadership Concordia began focusing on a vision of building a
distinctive Lutheran higher education community dedicated to integrating faith and learning. Concordia’s new
mission now includes a unique, 3-way holistic approach to education focusing on enriching mind, body and
spirit.


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In 1998 ground was broken for a $6 million residence hall (Regents Hall, which was dedicated in May 1999).
Between May 2001 and August 2004 Rincker Memorial Library was renovated. The library gained new
flooring, newly painted walls, new shelving, remodeled office space, and three special rooms – a senior
seminar room, a rare books room and an art education collection room. The entire main library collection of
books, curriculum materials, folios, videos, and the periodicals collection, including microfilm/fiche, is now
housed in the South Wing. A $100,000 bequest from Henry Hett, memorializing his wife Lucille, has been
used to build a state of the art foreign language laboratory in Luther Hall in 2001.

Another new structure, dedicated in October 2002, was the $2.7 million Sports Fitness Center addition to the
R. John Buuck Field House. This Center is a state-of-the-art facility for the academic program in athletic
training, weight and fitness training rooms, athletic training area for student athletes, and coaches’ offices. It
also contains a conference room, athletic hall of fame and outdoor patio.

In 2003-2004 the Luther Hall/Administration Building entrance was remodeled, thanks to generous gifts from
the CUW Board of Regents, the CUW Foundation, and the Classes of 1953-1955. The new entrance was
dedicated to the memories of Professors Gienapp, Jenne, and Rupprecht – all whom were both alumni of and
faculty at Concordia. The campus was improved with landscaping features and the mounting of seasonal
banners. May 2004 Commencement featured the Honorable George W. Bush, President of the United States,
as the speaker.

2004-2005 saw successful accreditation visits for Athletic Training, Business and Nursing and HLC approval
for expanded program offerings in the Department of Public Instruction (Education), and Medical Assisting.
CUW also embarked on one of the most impressive renovation and redevelopment projects in its history - The
Lakeshore Environmental Enhancement and Education Project (LEEEP).

The 2005-2006 school year marked Concordia’s 125th Anniversary and featured a number of special
occasions in celebration of the anniversary. The school year began with the annual Opening Service at
Trinity Lutheran Church – where CUW had its beginnings – and featured LCMS President the Rev. Dr.
Gerald Kieschnick as the speaker. Extensive progress was made on the LEEEP Project as in excess of 80% of
the fill needed to move was accomplished and the upper terraces of the newly formed 2:1-sloped bluff were
planted.

The 2006-07 school year saw continued progress on the LEEEP Project as this major renovation neared
completion. Also, CUW’s E-Learning program showed substantial growth and was granted partial HLC
accreditation for teaching and developing programs in Computer Science, Business Communications and Lay
Ministry. In addition, the beginning of the school year saw the opening of completely renovated faculty
offices in Luther Hall, new landscaping and walkways in the chapel courtyard and the beginning construction
of the first phase of the lakeside Coburg dormitory. When complete, this $21 million 5-story structure will
house 355 students; feature 3 new classrooms and beautiful views of Lake Michigan.

Through all these changes Concordia seeks to develop mature Christian students by sharing the teaching of
Jesus Christ in all of its educational programs. This prepares students to competently communicate their
vocational knowledge in the written and spoken word by serving the Church and society




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About Concordia University Wisconsin
Founded: 1892

Location: Concordia's attractive campus consists of 192 acres on the shore of Lake Michigan, just 15
minutes north of downtown Milwaukee.

Description: Concordia University Wisconsin is a 4-year,
NCA-accredited, co-educational, liberal arts school
offering 55 undergraduate majors of study, 23 additional
independent minors, 10 graduate programs and 5 adult
education undergraduate majors.

Mission Statement: Concordia University Wisconsin is
Lutheran higher education community, committed to
helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for
service to Christ in the Church and in the world.

President: Rev. Dr. Patrick Ferry

Enrollment: 5,935 (1,600 Undergraduate)

Student / Faculty Ratio: 16:1

Athletics: 21 varsity sports for men and women

Nickname / Colors: Falcons, blue and white




     12800 North Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI 53097                        Website: http://www.cuw.edu
  Athletic Department: (262) 243-4385                              Athletic Department Fax: (262) 243-4475

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General Athletic Information
Institution Name ……………………………………….   Concordia University Wisconsin
Address ………………………………………………...       12800 North Lake Shore Drive
                                    Mequon, WI 53097
National Affiliation …………………………………… NCAA Division III
Conferences ……………………………………………       Northern Athletics
                                    Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association
                                    Northern Collegiate Hockey Association
Nickname ………………………………………………         Falcons
Colors ……………………………………………………. and White
                                    Blue
Mascot ……………………………………………………         Freddy the Falcon
President ……………………………………………….       Rev. Dr. Patrick Ferry
Director of Athletics …………………………………... Rob Barnhill
                                    Dr.

Competition Facilities      Sport(s)                                             Seating Capacity
Falcon Baseball Field       (Baseball)                                           500
R. John Buuck Field House   (Basketball, Track & Field, Volleyball, Wrestling)   1,500
Falcon Soccer Field         (Soccer)                                             500
Falcon Softball Field       (Softball)                                           500
Falcon Tennis Courts        (Tennis)                                             100
Ozaukee Ice Center          (Hockey)                                             430
Century Stadium             (Football)                                           1,500
Mequon Country Club         (Golf)




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Athletic Administration and Support Staff




Rob Barnhill                      Rick Riehl                      Stacey Brunner                  Russ DeLap
Director of Athletics             Sports Information Director     Senior Women’s Administrator    Head Athletic Trainer
Offensive Coordinator, Football   Associate Athletic Director     Head Women’s Basketball Coach   russell.delap@cuw.edu
rob.barnhill@cuw.edu              rick.riehl@cuw.edu              stacey.brunner@cuw.edu          (262) 243-4323
(262) 243-4404                    (262) 243-4544                  (262) 243-4492



Title                              Name                         Office Number          Email
Administrative Assistant           Dottie Larson                (262) 243-4385         dottie.larson@cuw.edu
Head Athletic Trainer              Russ DeLap                   (262) 243-4323         russell.delap@cuw.edu
Assistant Athletic Trainer         Ryan Wilkenson               (262) 243-4320         ryan.wilkenson@cuw.edu
Assistant Athletic Trainer         Jennifer Thorpe              (262) 243-4325         jennifer.thorpe@cuw.edu
Assistant Athletic Trainer         Katherine Derr               (262) 243-4338         katherine.derr@cuw.edu
Assistant Athletic Trainer         Angela Hilgendorf            (262) 243-4537         angela.hilgendorf@cuw.edu
Faculty Representative             Dr. Ross Stueber             (262) 243-4519         ross.stueber@cuw.edu
Financial Aid Director             Steve Taylor                 (262) 243-4392         steve.taylor@cuw.edu
Compliance Office                  Stacey Brunner               (262) 243-4492         stacey.brunner@cuw.edu
Director of Marketing              Anita Clark                  (262) 243-4220         anita.clark@cuw.edu
Business Manager                   Allen Prochnow               (262) 243-4303         allen.prochnow@cuw.edu
Telecommunications                 Mark Newhouse                (262) 243-4526         mark.newhouse@cuw.edu
SAAC Director                      Stacey Brunner               (262) 243-4492         stacey.brunner@cuw.edu
Dir. Strength and Conditioning     Rustin Clewein               (262) 243-2671         rustin.clewein@cuw.edu
Ozaukee Ice Center Manager         Guy Gosselin                 (262) 375-6851
Ozaukee Ice Center Manger          Chris Donovan                (262) 375-6851




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Traveling to Concordia University Wisconsin
From Green Bay:

Go South on I-43.
Take Cedarburg Exit #89 (Pioneer Road, County Hwy C)
Turn right from the exit, then turn left at Port Washington
Road (County W)
Travel to Highland Road (2 miles)
Turn left and continue to Concordia University Wisconsin

Directions from Madison:

Go East on I-94 to I-43 (distance 72.2 miles)
Go North on I-43 (distance 14.1 miles)
Take Mequon Road Exit (#85)
Turn right from the exit, then turn left on Lake Shore Drive
Continue north to Concordia University Wisconsin (2 miles)

Directions from Germantown, Hartford and surrounding area:

Take Mequon Road east and turn left on Hwy 181 (Wauwatosa Road or 76th St)
Continue to Highland Road (will cross Freistadt Road)
Turn right onto Highland Road and continue to Concordia University Wisconsin

Directions from Chicago:

Go West on I-90 West to I-294 (Exit 77, distance 15.3
miles)
Go North on I-294 to I-94 West (distance 12.2 miles)
Go West on I-94 West passing by Waukegan, IL to
Wisconsin (distance 23.3 miles)
Go West on I-94 West towards Milwaukee, WI to I-43
North (Exit 310, distance 37.7 miles)
Go North on I-43 North (distance 14.1 miles)
Take Mequon Road Exit ( #85)
Turn right from the exit, then turn left on Lake Shore Drive
Continue north to Concordia University Wisconsin (2 miles)




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Mequon and Surrounding Area Map




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Milwaukee Area Attraction Map




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Concordia University Wisconsin Campus Map




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Lodging:
(Mequon and surrounding areas)


Best Western Quiet House and Suites   The Chalet Motel of Mequon
10330 North Port Washington Road      10401 North Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53092                      Mequon, WI 53092
(262) 241-3677                        (262) 241-4510
**CUW discount**

Holiday Inn Express                   Four Points by Sheraton
4443 West Schroeder Drive             8900 North Kildeer Court
Brown Deer, WI 53223                  Brown Deer, WI 53209
(414) 355-1300
**CUW discount**                      (414) 355-8585

Courtyard by Marriott                 Residence Inn by Marriott
5200 West Brown Deer Road             7275 North Port Washington Road (Glendale)
Brown Deer, WI 53223                  Milwaukee, WI 53217
(414) 355-7500                        (414) 352-0070

Radison Milwaukee North Shore         Baymont Inn Grafton
7065 North Port Washington Road       1415 Port Washington Road
Milwaukee, WI 53217                   Grafton, WI 53024
(414) 351-6960                        (877) 229-6668

Holiday Inn Harborside                Candlewood Suites
135 East Grand Ave                    4483 W Schroeder Dr.
Port Washington, WI 53074             Brown Deer, WI 53223
(262) 284-9461                        (414) 355-3939
                                      **CUW discount**




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Entertainment
Theaters and Movies
Rivoli Movie Theater                      Marcus Theatre
W62 N567 Washington Avenue (Cedarburg)    11700 North Port Washington Road
(262) 377-1010                            (262) 242-6180

Bowling Alleys

B & G Golf Bowling & Racket Sports        Circle B Recreation
1424 West Mequon Road                     6261 State Road 60 (Cedarburg)
(262) 241-1717                            (262) 377-8090

Grafton Bowl & Sports Bar
1305 Wisconsin Avenue (Grafton)
(262) 377-1660

Milwaukee, WI Entertainment

Comedy Sportz                             Milwaukee Public Museum
420 South First Street                    800 West Wells Street
(414) 272-8888                            (414) 278-2702

Bradley Center Sports and Entertainment   Miller Park
1001 North Fourth Street                  One Brewers Way
(414) 227-0400                            (414) 902-4400

Milwaukee Art Museum                      Milwaukee County Zoo
700 North Art Museum Drive                10001 West Blue Mound Road
(414) 224-3200                            (414) 256-5412

Milwaukee Brewing Company                 Paradise Landing Indoor Water park
400 West State Street                     509 West Wisconsin Ave
(414) 931-2337                            (414) 271-7250

Pettit National Ice Center                Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
500 South 84th Street                     700 North Water Street
(414) 266-0100                            (414) 291-7605




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Restaurants
Mequon Restaurants

The Highland House                     Culvers
12741 N Port Washington Rd             11150 N Port Washington Rd
(262) 243-5844                         (262) 834-0500

McDonald’s                             Brew City Barbeque
11250 N Port Washington Rd             10250 N Cedarburg Rd
(262) 243-8810                         (262) 238-2600

Panera Bread                           Dairy Queen
1400 W Mequon Rd                       10996 N Port Washington Rd
 (262) 834-999                         (262) 241-4353

Wooden Goose Café                      Chancery Pub & Grill
11402 N Port Washington Rd             11046 N Port Washington Rd
(262) 241-5114                         (262) 241-3450

Sub Locations

Subway                                 Subway
10992 N Port Washington Rd             W62 N202 Washington Ave, (Cedarburg)
(262) 243-4263                         (262) 377-5202

Cousins Subs                           Cousins Subs
11201 N Port Washington Rd             442 Falls Rd, (Grafton)
(262) 243-7010                         (262) 375-3939

Quiznos Sub                            Jimmy John’s
1231 N Port Washington Rd, (Grafton)   11422 N Port Washington Rd
(262) 375-4850                         (262) 241-0700

Pizza Locations

Dominos                                Pizza Hut
372 Falls Rd, (Grafton)                105 W. Freistadt Rd, (Thiensville)
(262) 376-7790                         (262) 242-4140

Pizza Hut                              Little Caesar
1955 Wisconsin Ave, (Grafton)          1663 Wisconsin Ave, (Grafton)
(262) 375-1260                         (262) 375-2090

Sal’s Pizza
W63 N635 Washington Ave, (Cedarburg)
(262) 375-0011

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Transportation
Rental Cars

Avis Rent a Car                         Thiensville Car Lease Inc
197 South Main Street (Thiensville)     7211 West Mequon Road
(262) 242-1398                          (262) 242-0101

Enterprise Rent-A-Car                   Hertz Rent a Car
8205 Brown Deer Road (Milwaukee)        8665 West Brown Deer Road (Milwaukee)
(414) 365-0800                          (414) 365-1291

Payless Car Rental                      Mayfair Rent-A-Car
8975 West Brown Deer Road (Milwaukee)   6841 West Brown Deer Road (Milwaukee)
(414) 365-1465                          (262) 513-3300

Bus Services

Riteway Bus Service Inc                 Personalized Tours
6301 West Mill Road (Milwaukee)         (262) 692-9557
(414) 464-5911

Discovery Coach                         Jones Travel
1139 Pennsylvania Avenue (Sheboygan)    511 South Lincoln Street (Elkhorn)
(920) 459-2960                          (800) 236-3160

Airline

General Mitchel International Airport
5300 South Howell Ave. (Milwaukee)
(414) 747-5300




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             Return at least two weeks prior to game day to Rick Riehl
                                (FAX: 262-243-4475)

     VISITING TEAM TRAVEL INFORMATION REQUEST FORM

1. School ___________________________ Game Date/Time ________________
2. Contact Person _______________________ Phone Number _______________
3. Carrier _______________________ ( ) Commercial Flight # _____ ( ) Charter
4. Time of Arrival _____________________________ Date _________________
5. Number in official team party _______________________________________
6. Local Transportation Providers: Equipment Truck _______________________
Bus _______________ # of buses _______ Van _______________ # of vans ____
7. Team hotel / motel headquarters _____________________________________
8. Equipment arrival at visiting team dressing room: Time ________ Date _______
Equipment Manager _______________________________ Phone Number ____________
9. Practice Request: Date __________________ Time ______________________
                    Date __________________ Time ______________________
10. Time of team arrival on game day ___________________________________________
11. Team bench on game day, please provide _____________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
12. Names of advance personnel _______________________________________________
Date / Time of arrival _______________________________________________________



Return to:
       Rick Riehl
       Sports Information Director / Associate Athletic Director
       Concordia University Wisconsin
       12800 North Lake Shore Drive
       Mequon, WI 53097
       FAX #: 262-243-4475
       rick.riehl@cuw.edu




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             Return at least two weeks prior to game day to Rick Riehl
                                (FAX: 262-243-4475)

 BAND / SPIRIT GROUP TRAVEL INFORMATION REQUEST FORM

1. School ___________________________ Game Date/Time ________________
2. Contact Person _______________________ Phone Number _______________
3. Method of Travel _________________________________________________
4. Carrier _______________________ ( ) Commercial Flight # _____ ( ) Charter
5. Time of Arrival _____________________________ Date _________________
6. Number in official team party _______________________________________
7. Local Transportation Providers: Vans __________________ # of vans _______
Bus __________________________________ # of buses in team party __________
8. Team hotel / motel headquarters _____________________________________
9. Time of team arrival on game day ___________________________________________
10. Practice Request: Date __________________ Time ______________________
                    Date __________________ Time ______________________
11. Departure Information: Date ________________ Time ___________________
12. Additional Comments _____________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
12. Names of advance personnel _______________________________________________
Date / Time of arrival _______________________________________________________



Return to:
       Rick Riehl
       Sports Information Director / Associate Athletic Director
       Concordia University Wisconsin
       12800 North Lake Shore Drive
       Mequon, WI 53097
       FAX #: 262-243-4475
       rick.riehl@cuw.edu




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Athletic Training Information
The Athletic Training Education Program at Concordia University Wisconsin is accredited through the
Commissions on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The program prepares students for the
Board of Certification Examination and the various settings of athletic training. The Athletic Training Program is
located in the Sports & Fitness Complex, which houses the Athletic Training Facility, Athletic Training Education
Center, and the Athletic Training Classroom/Laboratory. The entire Athletic Training Facility is a state-of-the-art
facility.

The Concordia University Wisconsin Athletic Training Staff is charged with the responsibility for all matters that
pertain to the health and welfare of the student athletes on the campus. The Athletic Training Staff have complete
jurisdiction over all matters affecting the health and safety of the student athlete. This includes participation,
conditioning, protective equipment, nutritional needs, maintenance of safe playing fields and facilities, practice
procedures and any other matter that would affect the health or safety of the student athlete.

The Athletic Training Program provides high quality health
care with a primary emphasis on educating the student athlete
in good health maintenance and injury care. Their philosophy
is a commitment to patient care, education, community
service and research.

The Athletic Training Program respects each individual, and
believes each individual has a right to professional,
comprehensive, and humane care which protects his/her
dignity, privacy, shows respect for his/her lifestyle and allows
the patient to make informed participative choices in their
health care.

Athletic Training is an integral part of the health care team at Concordia University Wisconsin. The Athletic
Training Program and staff provide a unique service essential to the quality health care of the athletic population at
CUW.




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Athletic Training Team Information
Our athletic training facility in the field house will be available to your team an hour and a half before all
events. At this time we will be able to assist your team with any taping and/or treatment needs. We are
located on the 1st floor of the Sports and Fitness Center located at the north end of the R. John Buuck Field
House, between the Field House and the football field.
The following will be available in the athletic training facility:
    Ice, hydrocollator, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, hot and cold whirlpools, paraffin bath, Game
        Ready unit
We will also provide the visiting team with the following supplies on the bench:
    Water, ice, ice bags, cups, 1 six pack of water bottles, emergency supplies (vacuum splints, crutches,
       etc.), biohazardous waste disposal material
If you will not be sending a certified athletic trainer with your team to the game, please send with the team a
letter stating what their needs are as well as a medical kit stocked with the supplies needed to assist your team
in their taping/treatment needs.
We will also have information for visiting teams located on our website at www.cuw.edu/athletictraining,
under the Athletic Training Services link.
The nearest hospital for our campus is Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee.
Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee
13111 N. Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53097
(262) 243-7300 - Main; (262) 243-7373 - Emergency Room

Athletic Training Staff:
Russ DeLap, MBA, ATC, CSCS                                         Ryan Wilkinson, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Director of Athletic Training                                      Assistant Athletic Trainer
Email: russell.delap@cuw.edu                                       Email: ryan.wilkinson@cuw.edu
Office: (262) 243-4323                                             Office: (262) 243-4320
Sports: Men’s and Women’s Cross Country                            Sport: Football

Katherine Derr, MSEd, ATC                                          Jennifer Thorpe, MS, ATC, CSCS
Assistant Athletic Trainer                                         Assistant Athletic Trainer
Email: katherine.derr@cuw.edu                                      Email: jennifer.thorpe@cuw.edu
Office: (262) 243-4338                                             Office: (262) 243-4325
Sports: Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball               Sports: Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Track & Field

Angela Hilgendorf, LAT, ATC                                        Michael Erickson, LAT, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer                                         Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer
Email: angela.hilgendorf@cuw.edu                                   Email: michael.erickson@cuw.edu
Office: (262) 243-4537                                             Office: (262) 243-2682
Sports: Men’s and Women’s Hockey                                   Sports: Women’s Volleyball, Tennis, Golf

Michael Gnacinski, LAT, AT
Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer
Email: michael.gnacinski@cuw.edu
Office: (262) 243-2681
Sports: Wrestling and Baseball



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Concordia University Wisconsin
Athletic Training Emergency Action Plan
(On Campus)
* Address:       12800 N. Lake Shore Drive
                 Mequon, WI 53097

* Access Road for Field house and Back Athletic Fields: From Port Washington Road, turn East onto Highland Road;
Turn North (Left) onto Lake Shore Drive; Turn East (Right) into Field House parking lot; Campus Safety will then meet
you.

* Access Road for Front Athletic Fields: From Port Washington Road, turn East onto Highland Road; Turn North (Left)
into front campus entrance; the fields are straight ahead.

* Phone Locations for outdoor sports:
        1. Cell Phone (Football, Soccer, Softball, Track & Field)
        2. Regents Hall
        3. Athletic Training Room
        4. Fieldhouse Lobby (Pay Phone)

* Phone Locations for Baseball Field:
        1. Cell Phone
        2. Peace Center
        3. Regents Hall
        4. Athletic Training Room

* Phone Locations for indoor sports:
        1. Cell Phone (Basketball, Wrestling, Cross Country)
        2. Athletic Training Room
        3. Athletic Offices
        4. Fieldhouse Lobby (Pay Phone)

* Phone Locations for Front Field:
        1. Cell Phone (Soccer)
        2. Security booth at main entrance
        3. Campus Safety Office; Dial 9911
        4. Heidelburg Commuter Lounge

* Emergency Equipment:
       1. Gloves
       2. Gauze
       3. Splint Bag
       4. Crutch Kit
       5. CPR Mask
       6. Kit/ Fanny Pack
       7. Cell Phone




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Concordia University Wisconsin
Athletic Training Emergency Action Plan
(Off Campus)
* Address:

 Hockey:         Ozaukee Ice Center
                 5505 W. Pioneer Rd.
                 Mequon, WI 53097
                 Phone: 262-375-1100
                 FAX: 262-375-8793

 Tennis:         Mequon Elite
                 11616 N. Port Washington Road
                 Thiensville, WI 53092
                 Phone: (262) 241-4250

* Access Road for Ozaukee Ice Center, from Pioneer Rd. (County C), turn south into parking lot and follow around to
back of building (southwest corner) to service road to Zamboni entrance where rink manager or coach will meet
ambulance.

* Access Road for Mequon Elite, from Port Washington Rd., turn East into parking lot, facility staff or coach will meet
ambulance. For East Courts, Southeast corner garage door located on court 1, for West courts, Southwest garage door
located on court 5.

* Phone Locations for Ozaukee Ice Center:
        1. Cell Phone
        2. Office near front entrance
        3. Pay phone near front entrance

* Phone Locations for Mequon Elite:
        1. Cell Phone
        2. Front desk at top of stairs
        3. In between courts at bottom of stairs
        4. In locker rooms

* Emergency Equipment:
       1. Gloves
       2. Gauze
       3. Splint Bag
       4. Crutch Kit
       5. CPR Mask
       6. Kit/ Fanny Pack
       7. Cell Phone




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Guidelines for Lightning Safety and Severe Weather
1. Chain of Command: The established chain of command that identifies who is to make the call to remove individuals from
the field will be as follows:
          a. Practice: 1st Certified Athletic Trainer and/or Sport Administrator
                         2nd Head Coach
                         3rd Assistant Coaches
          b. Games: Event Management (Assistance may come from Certified Athletic Trainer)

Procedure: Lightning

Purpose: To ensure safety for all athletes when participating in outdoor athletics at Concordia University Wisconsin.

    A. Flash-to-Bang Count
         When you see a flash of lightening start counting until you hear thunder.
         Divide this number by 5.
         This equals the distance in miles that the lightening is away from where you are.
    B. Discontinue outdoor activities and seek shelter if:
         The Flash–to-Bang count is 30 or lower. This will be determined by a member of the athletic training staff.
            If the Flash-to-Bang count is 30 or lower the athletic trainer will notify the head coach, who will then stop
            the event or practice.
    C. Shelters for various athletic fields
         Stadium Field/Track-seek shelter in the Field House.
         Tennis Courts/Football & Soccer Practice Fields/ Softball/ Baseball-seek shelter in Regents Residents Hall
            using main entrance.
         All sports practicing in front-seek shelter in Heidelberg Residents Hall.
         Cross Country-seek shelter in nearest inhabited building or lowest point (i.e. ditch).
         If outside and no shelter is found, assume the lightening safety position (crouched on the ground, weight on
            the balls of the feet, feet together, head lowered, ears covered). Do not lie flat on the ground.
         Avoid being the highest point in an open field. Avoid proximity to the highest point. Do not be on or near
            open water. Do not take shelter under or near trees, flagpoles, or light poles.
    D. Return to Outdoors
         Return to outdoor activity at least 30 minutes after the first flash of lightening or sound of thunder has been
            observed and the Flash-to-Bang count is over 30 seconds.
         This will also be determined by a member of the athletic training staff.

2. All individuals have the right to leave an athletic site in order to seek a safe structure if the person feels in danger of
impending lightning activity, without fear of repercussions or penalty to anyone.

   Postpone or suspend activity if a thunderstorm appears imminent before or during an activity or contest, (irrespective of
   whether lightning is seen or thunder heard) until the hazard has passed. Signs of imminent thunderstorm activity are
   darkening clouds, high winds and thunder or lightning activity.


Procedure: Severe Weather

Purpose: To ensure safety for all athletes when participating in outdoor athletics at Concordia University Wisconsin.

    A. Severe Weather Watch
         As issued by National Weather Service stating conditions are favorable for severe weather to occur.
         Outdoor practices or events will continue as normal, but weather conditions will be observed and
            monitored.



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B. Severe Weather Warning
     As issued by National Weather Service stating severe weather is occurring in a designated area.
     Outdoor practices or events will be suspended and all will be encouraged to seek shelter indoors.
C. Shelters for various athletic fields
     Stadium Field/Track-seek shelter in the Field House.
     Football & Soccer Practice Fields/ Softball/ Baseball-seek shelter in Regents Residents Hall using main
        entrance.
     All sports practicing in front-seek shelter in Heidelberg Residents Hall.
     Cross Country-seek shelter in nearest inhabited building or lowest point (i.e. ditch).
     If outside and no shelter is found, assume the lightening safety position (crouched on the ground, weight on
        the balls of the feet, feet together, head lowered, ears covered). Do not lie flat on the ground.
     Avoid being the highest point in an open field. Avoid proximity to the highest point. Do not be on or near
        open water. Do not take shelter under or near trees, flagpoles, or light poles.
D. Return to Outdoors
     Return to outdoor activity at least 30 minutes after the first flash of lightening or sound of thunder has been
        observed and the lightening Flash-to-Bang count is over 30 seconds.
     This will also be determined by a member of the athletic training staff for all other severe weather
        conditions.




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Athletic Coaching Staff



Dr. Val Keiper   Shawn Cassidy      Stacey Brunner     Christina Kolstedt Russ DeLap
Baseball         Men’s Basketball   Women’s Basketball Cheerleading       Cross Country




Danielle Kinergy Greg Etter          Ray Engelking     Jeff Loose        Tony Hrkac
Dance            Football            Men’s Golf        Women’s Golf      Men’s Hockey




Jim Ingman     Tom Saleska          Ryan Middendorf    Steve Crook       Tom Weber
Women’s Hockey Men’s Soccer         Women’s Soccer     Softball          Men’s Tennis




Adam Walker      Joe Cawley         Bret Corner
Track & Field    Volleyball         Wrestling

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Baseball General Information
Head Coach:         Dr. Val Keiper (262) 243-4266

Game Site:          Falcon Field

Seating Capacity:   500

Practice Times:     To schedule practice times, please contact Dr. Val Keiper at (262) 243-4266

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House

Visitor’s Dugout:   The visiting team dugout will be along the first-base line.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House.
                    Upon arrival, visiting team will be shown to their locker room if requested.

Umpires:            The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns the umpires

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for baseball media requests (262) 243-4544

Statistics:         Concordia Wisconsin Sports Information will provide statistics after each game

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544




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          Baseball Game Day Protocol




                                          Vs.




                              APRIL 17, 2008
                              MEQUON, WI
                                1:00 PM

11:00 – 11:40 AM        BATTING PRACTICE – CONCORDIA WI
11:45 – 12:25 PM        BATTING PRACTICE – Opponent

12:27 – 12:35 PM        LINE DRILLS – CONCORDIA WI (3rd baseline)
12:37 – 12:45 PM        LINE DRILLS – Opponent (1st baseline)

12:45 – 12:55 PM        FINAL FIELD PREPARATIONS

12:45 PM                LINEUPS DUE TO OFFICIAL SCORER
12:50 PM                COACHES MEETING AT HOME PLATE
12:55 PM                PLAYER INTRODUCTIONS & NATIONAL ANTHEM

1:00 PM                 PLAY BALL !



        The University of Concordia Wisconsin will occupy the 3rd base dugout.
           Only one team on the field at a time during the line drill periods.
                          Full infield pre-game is not allowed.
        Concordia University Wisconsin will provide screens, tees & baseballs.
 Visit www.cuw.edu/athletics for visitor’s guide, directions & other travel information

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Basketball General Information
Head Coaches:       Stacey Brunner (262) 243-4492 (women’s basketball)
                    Shawn Cassidy (262) 243-4381 (men’s basketball)

Game Site:          R. John Buuck Field House

Seating Capacity:   1,500

Practice Times:     To schedule practice times, please contact either
                    Stacey Brunner (262) 243-4492 or Shawn Cassidy (262) 243-4381.

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Visitor’s Bench:    Concordia WI’s bench is located to the right (south side) of the scorer’s table and
                    the visitor’s bench is located on the left (north side) of the scorer’s table.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House on the
                    east side of the gymnasium. Upon arrival, game manager will show the visiting
                    team to their locker room.

Game Uniforms:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear white jerseys with white shorts.

Officials:          The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns the officials.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for basketball media requests (262) 243-4544.

Filming:            Non-conference opponents must provide a blank DVD or VHS prior to the game.
                    Concordia Wisconsin will provide conference opponents with a VHS immediately
                    following the game.

Visiting Radio:     Arrangements for radio booth space should be submitted no later than two weeks
                    prior to the game. Requests should be made with Sports Information staff.

Statistics:         Concordia Wisconsin Sports Information will provide statistics at halftime and
                    after each game.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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               Basketball Game Day Protocol

                                                          Vs.


Tip Time: 7:05 PM

Game Officials: Northern Athletics Conference

ACTUAL            PRIOR TO TIP-                            GAME PROCEDURES
 TIME                   OFF
5:15 PM           1 hr. 45 minutes          Home team has access to Athletic Training room
5:45 PM           1 hr. 15 minutes         Visiting team has access to Athletic Training room
6:00 PM                 60:00                          Floor available for shooting
6:30 PM                 30:00                            Official warm-up starts
6:50 PM                 10:00            Starting line-ups must be entered in official scorebook
6:59 PM                  1:00                       Buzzer sounds – Teams to benches
7:00 PM                  0:00                       Buzzer sounds – National Anthem
7:02 PM                  0:00                        Introduction of starting lineups
7:05 PM                 20:00                                     1st Half
  -----                  0:00                             Halftime (15 minutes)
  -----                 20:00                                    2nd Half

MEDIA TIMEOUTS:
  - There shall be two 75-second media timeouts per half, which shall occur at the first dead ball
      after the 16 minute and 8 minute marks. When either of the teams uses a 75-second timeout(s) in
      either the first or the second half, that timeout shall replace the next agreed-upon media
      timeout(s) for that half. There shall be no additional media timeouts for extra periods.




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Cross Country General Information
Head Coach:        Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323

Meet Site:         The Concordia University Wisconsin Cross Country Course.

Practice Times:    Contact Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 or russell.delap@cuw.edu.

Bus Parking:       Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Locker Room:       The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House on the
                   east side of the gymnasium. Contact Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 or
                   russell.delap@cuw.edu for availability.

Results:           Concordia University Wisconsin sports information will provide team and
                   individual results at the conclusion of the meet.

Media Requests:    Contact Rick Riehl for cross country media requests (262) 243-4544.

Sports Medicine:   Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                   special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.




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Concordia University Wisconsin Cross Country Map




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Football General Information
Head Coach:         Greg Etter (262) 243-4224

Game Site:          Century Field

Seating Capacity:   1,500

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Practice Times:     Contact Greg Etter (262) 243-4224 or greg.etter@cuw.edu.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House on the
                    east side of the gymnasium. Player locker rooms are provided in the dressing
                    room. Taping areas and coaches’ dressing rooms will also be provided on the day
                    of the game.

Officials:          The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns game officials.

Game Uniforms:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear blue jerseys with black pants and blue
                    helmets.

Visitor’s Bench:    The visiting team bench is located in front of the east stands opposite the press box.

Sideline
Communications:     Lines for head set communication from the sideline to the press box are available.
                    Please contact football staff with questions regarding sideline communications.

Coaches Booth:      The visiting coaches’ booth is located on the left side of the press box. Credentials
                    are required for access to the press box.

Sideline Passes:    Credentials will be required for all sideline personnel. NCAA and Concordia
                    University Wisconsin Event Sideline regulations will be strictly enforced. Passes
                    must be requested through Sports Information staff and will be mailed prior to the
                    contest. NO PERSONNEL WILL BE PERMITTED ON THE TRACK/FIELD
                    LEVEL UNLESS THEY HAVE A SIDELINE ACCESS PASS. Per NCAA
                    regulations bench passes are limited to 40 per team.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for football media requests (262) 243-4544.

Statistics:         Concordia University Wisconsin Sports Information will provide team and
                    individual results at the conclusion of the game.

Visiting Radio:     Arrangements for radio booth space should be submitted no later than two weeks
                    prior to the game. Requests should be made with Sports Information staff.

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Filming:           Non-conference opponents must provide a blank DVD prior to the game.
                   Concordia University Wisconsin will provide conference opponents with a DVD
                   immediately following the game.

Sports Medicine:   Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                   special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Band & Spirit
Information:       Band and spirit group members must enter Century Field through the southeast
                   corner. The visiting band section is located on the east side of the stadium. Spirit
                   groups including cheerleaders, dance team and mascot are permitted ONLY on the
                   track area in front of visiting fans section. Spirit groups are not permitted beyond
                   the boundaries of the running track on the side of the field of play. NCAA and
                   Concordia University Wisconsin Event Sideline regulations will be strictly
                   enforced.

Game Manager:      For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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                 Football Game Day Protocol

                                                 VS.



 Kickoff: 1:05 PM

 Game Officials: Northern Athletics Conference

ACTUAL TIME       PRIOR TO TIP-                        GAME PROCEDURES
                        OFF
  9:15 AM         2 hr. 45 minutes       Home team has access to Athletic Training room
  9:45 AM         2 hr. 15 minutes      Visiting team has access to Athletic Training room
  11:30 AM        1 hr. 30 minutes                  Field available for warm-up
  12:05 AM           60 minutes                          Start Game Clock
  12:45 AM           25 minutes       Starting line-ups must be entered in official scorebook
  12:56 AM            9 minutes                           National Anthem
  12:58 AM            7 minutes                   Introduction of starting lineups
   1:02 PM            3 minutes                              Coin Flip
   1:05 PM                --                                   Kickoff
     -----               0:00                          Halftime (15 minutes)
     -----              20:00                                 2nd Half




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Golf General Information
Head Coach:        Ray Engelking (262) 243-4385 (men’s golf)
                   Jeff Loose (262) 268-1902 (women’s golf)

Course Site:       Mequon Country Club

Practice Times:    Contact Ray Engelking (262) 243-4385 or Jeff Loose (262) 268-1902 for practice
                   times.

Results:           Concordia University Wisconsin Sports Information will provide team and
                   individual results at the conclusion of the meet.


Sports Medicine:   Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                   special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.




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Hockey General Information
Head Coach:         Tony Hrkac (262) 243-4355 (men’s hockey)
                    Jim Ingman (262) 243-4528 (women’s hockey)

Game Site:          Ozaukee Ice Center

Seating Capacity:   430

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park on east side of the Ozaukee Ice Center.

Practice Times:     Contact Guy Gosselin or Chris Donovan (262) 375-6851 to schedule a practice
                    times.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the Ozaukee Ice Center on the south
                    side of the rink in locker room three or four. Player locker rooms are provided in
                    the dressing room. Taping areas and coaches’ dressing rooms will also be provided
                    on the day of the game.

Officials:          The Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association and the Northern Collegiate Hockey
                    Association offices assign game officials.

Game Uniforms:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear white jerseys with blue pants and black
                    helmets.

Visitor’s Bench:    The visiting team bench is located on the west side of the official scores box.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for hockey media requests (262) 243-4544.

Statistics:         Concordia University Wisconsin Sports Information will provide team and
                    individual results at the conclusion of the game.

Visiting Radio:     Arrangements for radio booth space should be submitted no later than two weeks
                    prior to the game. Requests should be made with Sports Information staff.

Filming:            Non-conference opponents must provide a blank DVD prior to the game.
                    Concordia University Wisconsin will provide conference opponents with a DVD
                    immediately following the game.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.



                                                                                                  36
                  Hockey Game Day Protocol


                                                 VS.



 Start Time: 7:00PM

 Game Officials: Northern Athletics Conference


ACTUAL TIME       PRIOR TO TIP-                        GAME PROCEDURES
                       OFF
    6:21            39 minutes                    Officials take ice for warm-up
    6:22            38 minutes          Home and Visiting team takes ice for warm-ups
    6:36            24 minutes                  Team captains meet with officials
    6:37            23 minutes                   Teams off ice for ice resurfacing
    6:45                                Eligible players and starting lineups submitted to
                      15 minutes
                                                           official scorer
    6:52             8 minutes                           Officials take ice
    6:53             7 minutes                  Home and Visiting teams take ice
    6:55             5 minutes          Starting lineups and national anthem announced
    7:00             0 minutes                              Puck drops
                  12 or 15 minutes                     Intermission length
                     2 minutes                           Officials take ice
                      1 minute                  Home and Visiting teams take ice




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Soccer General Information
Head Coaches:       Dr. Tom Saleska (262) 243-4258 (men’s soccer)
                    Ryan Middendorf (262) 243-4512 (women’s soccer)

Game Site:          Falcon Field

Seating Capacity:   500

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Practice Times:     Contact Dr. Tom Saleska (262) 243-4258 or Ryan Middendorf (262) 243-4512 to
                    schedule a practice times.

Visitor’s Bench:    The visiting team bench will be on the right side of the press table.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House.
                    Upon arrival, visiting team will be shown to their locker room if requested.

Game Uniforms:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear white jerseys with white shorts.

Referees:           The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns the umpires

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for soccer media requests (262) 243-4544

Statistics:         Concordia Wisconsin Sports Information will provide statistics at halftime and
                    after each game.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544




                                                                                                   38
                   Soccer Game Day Protocol


                                          VS.



Kickoff: 4:00 PM

Falcon Field


  ACTUAL           PRIOR TO TIP-            GAME PROCEDURES
   TIME                 OFF
  3:00 PM            60 minutes           Field available for warm-up
  3:50 PM            10 minutes         Teams clear the field / Coin Toss
  3:53 PM             7 minutes            Welcome Announcement
  3:54 PM             6 minutes              Opponent Team Intro
  3:56 PM             4 minutes    Concordia University Wisconsin Team Intro
  3:58 PM             2 minutes                 National Anthem
  4:00 PM                 --                         Kickoff
    -----                0:00                Halftime (15 minutes)
    -----            45 minutes                     2nd Half




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Softball General Information
Head Coach:         Steve Crook (262) 243-4419

Game Site:          Falcon Field

Seating Capacity:   500

Practice Times:     To schedule practice times, please contact Steve Crook at (262) 243-4419.

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Visitor’s Dugout:   The visiting team dugout will be along the first-base line.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House.
                    Upon arrival, visiting team will be shown to their locker room if requested.

Umpires:            The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns the umpires.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for softball media requests (262) 243-4544.

Statistics:         Concordia Wisconsin Sports Information will provide statistics after each game.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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           Softball Game Day Protocol




                                          Vs.




                              APRIL 17, 2008
                              MEQUON, WI
                                1:00 PM

11:00 – 11:40 AM        BATTING PRACTICE – CONCORDIA WI
11:45 – 12:25 PM        BATTING PRACTICE – Opponent

12:27 – 12:35 PM        LINE DRILLS – CONCORDIA WI (3rd baseline)
12:37 – 12:45 PM        LINE DRILLS – Opponent (1st baseline)

12:45 – 12:55 PM        FINAL FIELD PREPARATIONS

12:45 PM                LINEUPS DUE TO OFFICIAL SCORER
12:50 PM                COACHES MEETING AT HOME PLATE
12:55 PM                PLAYER INTRODUCTIONS & NATIONAL ANTHEM

1:00 PM                 PLAY BALL !



        The University of Concordia Wisconsin will occupy the 3rd base dugout.
           Only one team on the field at a time during the line drill periods.
                          Full infield pre-game is not allowed.
        Concordia University Wisconsin will provide screens, tees & baseballs.
 Visit www.cuw.edu/athletics for visitor’s guide, directions & other travel information

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Tennis General Information
Head Coaches:      Dr. Tom Weber (262) 243-4467 (men’s tennis)
                   open (women’s tennis)

Game Site:         Falcon Tennis Courts

Practice Times:    To schedule practice times, please contact Dr. Tom Weber at (262) 243-4467.

Bus Parking:       Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Media Requests:    Contact Rick Riehl for tennis media requests (262) 243-4544.

Sports Medicine:   Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                   special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:      For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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Track & Field General Information
Head Coach:        Adam Walker (262) 243-4232

Meet Site:         R. John Buuck Field House

Practice Times:    To schedule practice times, please contact Adam Walker at (262) 243-4232

Bus Parking:       Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Media Requests:    Contact Rick Riehl for track & field media requests (262) 243-4544.

Results:           Concordia University Wisconsin Sports Information will provide team and
                   individual results at the conclusion of the meet.

Sports Medicine:   Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                   special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:      For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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Volleyball General Information
Head Coach:         Joe Cawley (262) 243-4559

Game Site:          R. John Buuck Field House

Seating Capacity:   1,500

Practice Times:     To schedule practice times, please contact Joe Cawley at (262) 243-4559.

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Visitor’s Bench:    The visiting team bench is located at the north end (right side of press table) of the
                    court.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House. Upon
                    arrival, visiting team will be escorted to their locker room.

Game Uniforms:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear blue jerseys with black shorts.

Officials:          The Northern Athletics Conference office assigns game officials.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for volleyball media requests (262) 243-4544.

Statistics:         Concordia University Wisconsin Sports Information will provide statistics between
                    each game and after each match.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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                   Volleyball Match Protocol


                                             VS.



Date ~ 7:00 PM

R. John Buuck Field House


  ACTUAL           PRIOR TO TIP-                      GAME PROCEDURES
   TIME                 OFF
  6:00 PM            60 minutes                            Shared Court
  6:11 PM            30 minutes                               Coin Toss
  6:41 PM             4 minutes                         Visiting Team Court
  6:45 PM             4 minutes                          Home Team Court
  6:49 PM             5 minutes                        Opponent Team Court
  6:54 PM             5 minutes                          Home Team Court
  6:59 PM             1 minute                             Team Huddle
  7:00 PM                                                Starting Line Ups
                            --
                                                         National Anthem


• Each team is allowed two (2) 60 second timeouts per game
• There will be a three minute (03:00) break between games 1 & 2, and if necessary
  between games 3 & 4 and games 4 & 5
• There will be a 10 minute (10:00) intermission between games 2 & 3, Promotions
  may occupy the floor for the first six minutes of the intermission, but must clear the
  floor by the four minute (04:00) mark




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Wrestling General Information
Head Coach:         Bret Corner (262) 243-4486

Meet Site:          R. John Buuck Field House

Seating Capacity:   1,500

Practice Times:     To schedule practice times, please contact either Bret Corner (262) 243-4486.

Bus Parking:        Team buses may park in Lot I, west of the R. John Buuck Field House.

Locker Room:        The visiting team locker room is located in the R. John Buuck Field House on the
                    east side of the field house. Upon arrival, game manager will show the visiting
                    team to their locker room.

Meet Singlets:      Concordia University Wisconsin will wear blue singlets.

Media Requests:     Contact Rick Riehl for wrestling media requests (262) 243-4544.

Sports Medicine:    Director of Sports Medicine, Russ DeLap (262) 243-4323 can be contacted for
                    special requests. Athletic Trainers will be on hand to assist with any special needs.

Game Manager:       For any other game related issues, please contact Rick Riehl (262) 243-4544.




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