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KHS-100 Walking and Running Basics

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the health benefits of walking and running.

KHS101 KHS101 Racquet Sport Activities

This course develops fundamental skills, strategies and experiences in racquet activities such as tennis, racquetball, and badminton.

KHS-102 Team Sport Activities

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences in team activities such as soccer, volleyball, and basketball.

KHS-103 Strength & Conditioning Act

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences in fitness activities such as weight training and cardiovascular conditioning.

KHS104 KHS104 Individual Sport Activities

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences in the individual activities such as, archery, golf, and bowling.

KHS-105 Introduction to Social Dance

This course will present popular social dances, basic steps as well as advanced variations. Typical dances presented include; Ballroom waltz, Old time waltz, Fox Trot, Rumba, and Swing. Additional dances will be covered as time permits.

KHS-106 Basketball Basics

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the sport of basketball.

KHS-107 Golf

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the sport of golf.

KHS-108 Racquetball

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the sport of racquetball.

KHS-109 Volleyball

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the sport of volleyball.

KHS-110 Dynamic Health & Human Movmt

The aim of this course is to enhance and expand upon the personal and community benefits of a dynamic health and human movement lifestyle. Further, this course is designed to foster and promote healthy attitudes, behaviors, and skills, which develop informed healthful living and enlightened care for self. This course is designed to optimize informed healthful living, balanced service to God and humanity and enlightened care for self, such that Concordia University students are challenged to

KHS-111 Badminton

This course develops the fundamental skills, strategies and experiences to enjoy the sport of badminton. Basic skills include serve, forehand, backhand, smash and drop shot. Strategies will be explored in singles and doubles. Understanding the rules and scoring will add to the experience of the sport of badminton.

KHS112 KHS112 Intro to Sepak Takraw (ft vb)

This is an introductory course developed for those who enjoy the sport of Sepak Takraw (kato). This course covers the fundamentals of the sport, which includes but is not limited to the history of the game, the basic skills for serving, volleying, heading, and spiking.

KHS-113 Kickboxing

This is an introductory activity course developed for those who enjoy kickboxing, boxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitzu ground wrestling. Using multiple styles of self-defense, this course covers a variety of concepts and practices to help reduce the risk of bodily harm when faced with various levels of confrontation.

KHS-114 Pilates

This course provides students with a basic understanding of the Pilates method, and how to properly perform a wide variety of introductory mat exercises. These exercises will focus on applying the fundamental skills of Pilates, including breathing technique, focus and body alignment. As students' progress through exercises they will gain awareness of the mind-body relationship, and the many benefits Pilates offers.

KHS-115 Hlth & Human Movement for Prof

This course conveys the personal and community benefits of a dynamic health and human movement lifestyle by increasing awareness, understanding, and informed critical appreciation for the six basic dimensions of health and wellness: social, mental, emotional, environmental, spiritual, and physical. Through personal assessment and participation in physical activity, students are expected to foster and promote healthy attitudes, behaviors, and skills, which develop informed healthful living and

KHS11X KHS11X Health & Human Movement

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KHS-125 Introduction to Kinesiology

This course provides an introduction to the sub-disciplines of the field of Kinesiology. At the conclusion of the course, students will have an understanding of the various sub-disciplines of Kinesiology and the current issues present in these sub-disciplines, and be award of available employment and graduate school opportunities.

KHS-200 Community Safety & First Aid

This course is designed to give students the fundamental skills and procedures necessary to identify ways to prevent injury and/or illness, recognize when an emergency has occurred, follow emergency action steps, and provide basic care for injury and/or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-220 Epidemiological Foundations Available online

This course is designed to provide students with a historical background in epidemiological studies. The course is also designed to expose students to the principles and concepts necessary for understanding the basics of epidemiological activity and classical epidemiological investigations. By applying knowledge from a range of disciplines, epidemiologists are able to more adequately study disease, wellness and other health-related events in populations. The ultimate goal of this course is to

KHS-250 Technology, Media & Your Envir Available online

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge of technological advancements in health, and investigate the influence of media and how our environment affects health. Students will be asked to conduct research on all three topics, analyzing data, summarizing findings and developing opinion statements concerning all three areas. Class discussion and participation is essential to student success in this course. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-300 Applied Nutrition

The study of the interaction of humans with food. Nutritional concepts; current consumer issues in nutrition; nutritional needs through the life cycle; international nutritional concerns and issues are studied. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-305 Youth Sports

This course will cover the role of sports on the lives of young people in society. Students will be engaged in learning what was and what currently is youth sports today. Topics also covered include youth development, gender, class inequities, and inter-group relations.

KHS-308 Women's Health:Today & Future

This course focuses on the diversity of women while reviewing dimensions of their general health. A history of women's health will be studied along with factors that have influenced the health care of women.

KHS-310 Drug Education

Pharmacological and etiological foundations, schedules, classifications, theoretical approaches to dependency, addiction and tolerance together with intervention and prevention strategies are studied. This course is designed to provide students with applicable knowledge and role playing experience in the area of drug use and abuse. Students will develop a broad based knowledge of the various types of drugs and how they are being used today medically and on the street. The students will also be

KHS-311 Functional Anatomy

This course employs a regional approach to human anatomy and emphasizes the role of the musculoskeletal system in producing movement. Elements of the nervous, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems are also considered. Kinematic features of common athletic movements are explored.

KHS-315 Media and Sport

This course will cover the most current trends and issues in the world of media as it affects sport. Students will explore and develop a critical knowledge and appreciation for the media as they relate issues to and of sport.

KHS-316 Psych of Sport Injury & Rehab

Psychological factors related to sport injury and rehabilitation are examined. Special attention is given to the antecedents to injury, the stress-injury relationship, emotional responses to injury and rehabilitation, and the role psychological skills such as mental imagery, relaxation, goal setting, positive self-talk, and social support has on injury risk and recovery. Ethical issues for professionals and psychological considerations for malingering individuals are also examined.

KHS31X KHS31X Drug Education

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KHS-320 Human Life Experience

This is a survey course designed to enable students to understand the biological, physiological, psychological, social, and cultural aspects of sexuality and human sexual behavior. Students will approach much of the material from a variety of different learning strategies including, research, games, small and large groups discussions, guest speakers, group activities, small assignments/worksheets, etc. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-330 Elementary Methods Block I

This course is designed to give students the basic principles of effective instruction at the elementary school level. This course will address curriculum content, philosophy development, objective writing and annual/unit/daily lesson planning teaching skills, methods, class organization, progression of skills, and evaluation as it relates to creating an effective physical education program that promotes lifelong physical activity.

KHS-335 Mid School/Sec Meth Block II

This course is designed to give students the basic principles of effective instruction at the middle/secondary school level. This course will address curriculum content, philosophy development, objective writing and annual/unit/daily lesson planning, teaching skills, methods, class organization, progression of skills, and evaluation as it relates to creating an effective physical education program that promotes lifelong physical activity. Testing and measurement are covered in greater detail

KHS-375 Sociology of Sport & Exercise

This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge about a number of topics regarding the sociological aspects of sport and physical activity. This course engages the students on the impact of sport and exercise in our lives and to make them aware of the social processes which either influence the institution of sport or are influenced by the institution of sport. Concepts covered will include: sport and exercise within and among societies and nations, social organizations,

KHS37X KHS37X Sociology of Sport & Exercise

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KHS-390 Sport Management

Sport Management theories and practices will be examined using a multi-disciplinary approach. Topic areas to be examined include: organization and management, marketing and promotion, special event management, facility management and design, management forecasting, and career opportunities.

KHS-391 Law & Sport

This course is an overview of legal aspects relevant to managers in the sport and recreation environment. Areas of study include tort law, contract law, constitutional law, legislation and administrative law related to the operation and administration of sport, recreation and athletic programs. Risk management strategies and sport management applications of legal issues are also addressed.

KHS-392 Mktg & Fundraising in Sports

Sport marketing and fundraising presents an overview of the various techniques and strategies used in meeting the and needs of consumers in the sport industry as well as understanding how sport can be used to assist in the marketing of other companies and products. Areas to be addressed are the uniqueness of sport marketing, an overview of the segments of the sport industry, the importance of market research and segmentation in identifying the right sport consumer, the use of date-based

KHS-393 Planning & Managing Sport Fac

This course helps students understand how to plan, design, and maintain sport facilities. In addition, event management and programming will be examined within the context of stadium and arena management.

KHS-394 Sports Business

This course will include a comprehensive analysis of issues related to sports business. Topics will include finance, accounting and budgeting as it relates to the world of sports business.

KHS-400 Health Psychology Available online

KHS400 Health Psychology is designed to help students learn those skills necessary in forging a bridge between the client-learner's thoughts, feelings and actions by integrating thought and behavior into one synergistic approach to the delivery of health education that can accommodate the whole person. Cognitive techniques, such as lecture discussion, readings, presentations, collection of data, and specific planning combined with the behavioral components of emotion and action will help in

KHS-401 Kines Teach/Resrch Assist

This assistantship is an on-campus experience teaching/research working under a faculty/staff member who has expertise in the area of interest to the student.

KHS-410 Health Methods and Strategies

Health Methods and Strategies is designed to help learners identify and practice effective methods of facilitating K-12 health education. Observations of teaching of health lessons in elementary, middle school and secondary school settings are included in the requirements. Learners will explore and assess various educational resources from medical, insurance, health agency, business and private organizations that effectively could be used with K-12 learners. This will include development of a

KHS-415 Biblical Christianity

Students study selected Old and New Testament texts and explore the historical Biblical perspective of Christianity in the context of grace and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Students learn how religious issues have been addressed and incorporated throughout different eras of history. Students learn how Christianity has shaped elements of management, how Biblical principles can shape individuals for strong leadership, and how to better understand Christians in the workplace within a

KHS-420 Program Administration Available online

Organization of health science education and physical education programs in schools, work sites, medical care settings, community, private and public settings is studied together with needs assessment and evaluation strategies. Emphases on management, assessment, planning of health promotion enhance such study. This course is designed to give students a broad based exposure to the many organizational and administrative duties that accompany Physical Education, Sport, and various Health Program

KHS430 KHS430 Org & Admin of PE

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KHS-435 Sport Psychology

Psychology of sport and its applications for performance enhancement are examined. Special attention is given to theory and techniques for developing and refining psychological skills to enhance performance and personal growth. Content examines personality traits, anxiety, aggression vs. assertion, motivation, and other individual and group variables. (Prerequisite: PSY101)

KHS-436 Motor Dev,Contrl & Motor Learn Available online

This course examines the growth and development patterns of the child from infant, adolescence, adulthood, and through late adulthood. The purpose of the course is to enhance student insight into the fundamental role that the motor system plays in the human condition. There are four broad topic areas: 1) nature and mechanisms of the expression and control of motor behavior; 2) concepts, principles and measurement of motor learning; 3) factors that influence skill and proficiency in motor

KHS-438 Philosophy Values and Ethics

This class will look at processes and strategies for dealing with ethical dilemmas and situations. Students will work on case studies and look at their own roots in developing their ethical positions. Students will wrap up the program and this class with their own statement of ethical beliefs

KHS-439 Physical Dimensions of Aging

This course is designed to provide students interested in the gerontology population the knowledge base of physical aging. Physical aging is central to most daily activities and permeates through all aspects of life. Throughout this class, students will study the biomechanical, physiological, and motor effects associated with aging. Students will understand that when society encourages older individuals to stop being active, professions should be encouraging activity, while understanding their

KHS43X KHS43X Sport Psychology

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KHS440 KHS440 Secondary Methods Block III

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KHS-445 Ethics & Decision Making H C

This is a foundational course in ethics for individuals pursuing vocations of service in health care. Students will have a greater understanding of the ethical principles that are applied to the delivery of health care services and the processes for making sound ethical decisions. Students will develop models of decision making that are consistent with core personal values as well as the ethical standards of their professions. Motivations for ethical healthcare decisions will be evaluated.

KHS-470 Health Education for Teachers

This course investigates personal and community health issues facing society and especially children. The National Health Education Standards and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Priority Health Risk Behaviors are addressed. (Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education Program)

KHS-472 Athltc Train,Injry Prevt&Safe

The practical study of procedures for the care and prevention of injuries sustained during physical activity, including First Aid and Safety principles as dictated by the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross. Designed as a course for students pursuing careers in athletic training, teaching, coaching, physical therapy, or other related fields. Instruction will include lectures, informational presentations, and hands on experience.

KHS-473 Biomechanics Available online

This course examines the physics of human movement. Content areas include the structural mechanics of bone construction, muscle contraction, ligament, and tendon plasticity and elasticity. Sport implement mechanics and the mechanics of environmental conditions (e.g. friction, air, and water resistance) are also explored. Sport performance issues will also be analyzed for mechanical efficiency.

KHS-474 Exercise Physiology Available online

The physiological basis for human performance and the effects of physical activity on the body's functions are examined in theory and application. Representative experiences include lecture, discussion, group exercises, class teaching, and written projects. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-475 Applied Exercise Prescription

This course integrates important principles and theories in exercise physiology, kinesiology, nutrition, psychology, and measurement, and then applies them to physical fitness testing and individualized exercise program design for team and individual athletes. Students will learn how to select physical fitness tests, conduct physiological assessments, and design individualized exercise programs and prescriptions. (Prerequisite: KHS 473 Kinesiology and KHS 474 Exercise Physiology)

KHS-479 Coaching Pedagogy

This course offers some realistic guidelines and principles that should enable the coach to conduct his/her coaching program successfully. Course content explains the principles of coaching through discussion of the techniques that encompass the philosophical, psychological, and moral issues involved in the administration of athletic programs. (Prerequisite: KHS110)

KHS-481 Adaptives

Students study disorders, which limit student participation in physical education and the adapted development approach to a physical education program. Students will describe past and present legislation that has influenced programs for those with special needs, compare and contrast the major theories and models about movement activities, describe the abilities and limitations of the various degrees of visual, hearing impairment, learning disabled, emotional/behavioral disturbances, mentally

KHS-482 Advanced Athletic Training

This course is geared for the athletic training student pursing NATA certification or students further interest in knowledge of injury prevention and management. Advanced knowledge and techniques of athletic assessment, treatment/rehabilitation, administration of an athletic training programs and sports medicine experience outside of the classroom will be stressed. (Prerequisite: KHS472)

KHS-488 Kinesiology Independent Study

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KHS-490 Senior Professional Seminar Available online

This capstone course prepares students to chart different paths following graduation with a degree in Kinesiology or physical education: (a) entering the work force in the field of Kinesiology at a bachelor's degree level, (b) enter the work force in the field of teacher education at a bachelor's degree level, or (c) enter a graduate school. In this course student will develop a resume, request letters of recommendation, complete a professional portfolio, and identify job-searching strategies.

KHS-498 Kinesiology Internship Available online

This internship places students directly in a setting where students learn to apply entry-level competencies. The student and advisor collaborate with the on-site supervisor in selecting an appropriate internship site that meets the need of the student, the needs of the internship site and the program needs. (Prerequisites: senior status and advisor approval)

KHS-499 Kinesiology Internship

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KHS-500 Foundations of Sports Mgmt

Today the need for sport management professionals is increasing in areas of business, marketing, sales and managing. This course will examine the expanding field of Sport Management. Areas of emphasize include; exploring job specific skills pertaining to sport marketing and sales, facility management, event planning, sport agents and recruiting services, intercollegiate athletics, professional sport, public relations.

KHS-505 Organizational Ldrshp & Dev

This course is a scholarly consideration of the concepts, principles and analytical tools for effective administration in sport management. Students will examine how leaders develop themselves and others in a dynamic, changing environment. The course will also examine the topics of communication and conflict management as they relate to successful organizational outcomes

KHS-510 Human Resource Management

Discusses critical aspects of human resource management as it relates to sport organizations. An overview is given of major functions and concepts regarding the management and administration of human resources in the organization including: recruitment, development, motivation, compensation, benefits administration, employee relations, and human resource information systems

KHS-515 Management and Leadership

Different theories of leadership and management styles are introduced and what their impact is on organizational structure, productivity, and decision making. Students will examine their individual management and leadership styles as they relate to sport management administration. This course will analyze how leadership is not only different from management but also more effective in today's workplace.

KHS-520 Managerial Finance

The practical aspects of the strategic and operational roles of accounting and finance are explored, including applications of strategic planning, budgeting, financial performance, and fiscal and ethical responsibility in a sport management setting.

KHS-525 Managing/Plng Sport Facilities

This course takes a multi-disciplinary approach to the theories and practices of facility design, construction, and operations. The course will examine a wide variety of both indoor and outdoor sports facilities including stadiums, gymnasiums, golf courses, fitness centers, and athletic fields. Students will also examine event management and programming within the context of stadium and arena management.

KHS-530 Research Design Methods

This course examines the various research methodologies used in organizational settings. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of management research are introduced.

KHS-535 Sports Marketing

This course will examine the application of marketing principles in the sport industry. Elements of corporate partnerships related to sport marketing will also be explored along with business strategies of sponsorships, branding, promotions, and event marketing.

KHS-540 Legal Aspects of Sports

Legal Aspects of Sports is an overview of legal aspects that will be relevant to sport managers in areas of recreation, athletics, facilities, and business. The course will examine risk management strategies along with law related to operation and administration of sport-related programs. Students will explore case studies relating to the legal aspects of sports.

KHS-545 Ethics & Policy in Sport Mgmt

This course explores the topics of ethics and policy for administrators in a sport management setting. Students will critically analyze ethical concepts which influence the development of sport policies. The course will further examine the relevance of ethical considerations in policy development and compliance. Students will use contemporary case studies to examine ethical dilemmas relating to policy enforcement.

KHS-560 Internship

Students will complete an internship or a capstone project to complete the requirements for the Master of Arts in Sport Management program. The student will choose which program to complete depending on student interest. They will work with the university to complete course requirements.

KHS-565 Capstone

Students will complete an internship or a capstone project to complete the requirements for the Master of Arts in Sport Management program. KHS565 and KHS566 will complete the requirements for the capstone project.

KHS-570 Ethics & Policy Sport & Exerc

This course explores the topics of ethics and policy for exercise science professionals in a sport and exercise setting. Students will critically analyze ethical concepts, which influence the development of necessary policies. The course will further examine the relevance of ethical considerations in policy development and compliance. Students will use contemporary case studies to examine ethical dilemmas relating to policy enforcement within the exercise science industry.

KHS-575 Epidemiological Stat. Analysis

This course examines the various research methodologies used in exercise science. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of research are introduced.

KHS-580 Mech Skilled Neuromusc Behv

This course examines the integration of thought processes with the human body to produce skilled motor performance. Theoretical perspectives and mechanisms of motor behavior are examined and applied to significant systems involving gross motor learning and control in sport and exercise.

KHS-585 Biomechanics in Exerc. Science

This course examines qualitative and quantitative elements and physics of human movement. Content areas include the structural mechanics of bone physiology, muscle mechanics, and connective tissue principles. Sport techniques and environmental conditions (e.g., friction, air, and water resistance) are also explored. Biomechanical implications of sport and fitness skill performance will be analyzed for mechanical efficiency and effectiveness.

KHS-590 Psychology of Sport & Exercise

Psychology of sport and its applications for performance enhancement are examined. Special attention is given to theory and techniques for developing and refining psychological skills to enhance performance in the exercise science industry. Psychological aspects of exercise-related injury will also be explored within this course.

KHS-595 Clinical Exercise Assessment

Students will learn how to select physical fitness tests, and conduct physiological assessments on members of diverse populations. Students will further study the procedures involved in screening individuals from diverse populations with varying levels of functional work capacity.

KHS-600 Exercise Physiology

The physiological responses to exercise performance and the effects of physical activity on the body�s functions are examined in theory and application.

KHS-605 Nutrition and Metabolism

This course focuses on the integration of nutrition with molecular and cellular biochemistry of metabolism. Major topics discussed in this course include the metabolic effects of diet composition, the interactions of macronutrients, and dietary modifications and their associated impact upon performance.

KHS-610 Research Methods

This course examines the various research methodologies used in exercise science. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of research are introduced.

KHS-615 Exercise Prescription

This course focuses upon the design of individualized exercise programs and prescriptions in health and disease. Knowledge of skills necessary for safe and effective application of these prescriptions for members of diverse populations as well as the prevention and maintenance of chronic disease will be emphasized.

KHS-620 Master's Capstone

The capstone option provides the exercise science professional with the opportunity to synthesize the learning, which has taken place throughout the program. It further focuses upon the practical application of knowledge within the exercise science industry. The capstone will serve as an assessment of student learning within the Master of Science in Exercise Science program.

KHS-625 Master's Thesis

The thesis provides the exercise science professional with the opportunity to synthesize the learning, which has taken place throughout the program, and to apply research principles to current exercise science topics. The thesis will serve as an assessment of student learning within the Master of Science in Exercise Science program.

KHS-700 Cross Country-Men

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KHS-705 Cross Country-Women

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KHS-710 Football-Intercollegiate

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KHS-715 Volleyball-Intercollegiate

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KHS-720 Basketball-Intercollegiate Men

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KHS-725 Basketball-Women

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KHS-730 Baseball-Intercollegiate

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KHS-735 Softball-Intercollegiate

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KHS-740 Indoor Track & Field-Men

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KHS-745 Indoor Track & Field-Women

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KHS-750 Outdoor Track & Field-Men

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KHS-755 Outdoor Track & Field-Women

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KHS-760 Cheerleading

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KHS-765 Dance Line

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KHS770 KHS770 Soccer-Intercollegiate Men

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KHS-775 Soccer-Intercollegiate Women

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KHS-780 Golf-Intercollegiate Women

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KHS-785 Golf-Intercollegiate Men

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KHS-790 Spirit Squad

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