Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College Athletic Director Michael Renwick is proud to announce a restructured recreation program that will provide numerous opportunities for all members of the campus community under the leadership of newly-hired recreation coordinator Kathleen Kilcoyne (South Burlington, Vt.). Kilcoyne, who has 10-plus years of collegiate recreation program experience at several places and countless other experiences as an athletics and recreation administrator, is a 1979 graduate of the University of Massachusetts and also owns a master's degree in sport management from UMass.
Among the exciting new initiatives is a year-long intramural competition among the residence halls that includes participation, sportsmanship, and results components. A brief breakdown of the new program is listed below. Trinity's athletics and recreation offices are located in the Ferris Athletic Center, which also houses numerous recreational venues and facilities such as the Hazelton Fitness Center, Kellner Squash Courts, Trinity Natatorium, and Oosting Gymnasium. Kathleen Kilcoyne can be reached at (860) 297-2104 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Informal Recreation: Enjoy free time with friends by staying active, playing and having fun. Equipment is available for borrowing when leaving an ID for individual items available at the front desk of Ferris Athletic Center. Campus organizations may also reserve equipment when filling out the equipment check-out order form.
• Intramural Sports: A yearlong residence hall competition based on points is the framework for First Year Students. There will be Blue and Gold divisions based on competitive interests,. Points are awarded for league champions but more importantly on participation and sportsmanship with the name of the winning residence hall placed on a cup displayed in the Ferris Athletic Center. Upperclass teams and groups will also compete in men’s, women’s and co-ed sports with a champion in each sport offered.
• Club Sports: The SGA supports these teams which have a more significant time commitment and level of competition. Club members decide on the coach, schedule matches and generally organize the club with the assistance or guidance of a club advisor. Students are the driving force behind the club offerings. Currently, Rugby, Equestrian, Lacrosse, and Baseball are among the most active clubs. Other club sport offerings are added depending upon student involvement.
• Fitness and Wellness: The recreation program strives to support offerings in classes such as Zumba, Yoga and other drop-in/not for credit opportunities that improve fitness and wellness.