NWACC INTRAMURAL SPORTS
BaseballGolf
Basketball LeaguesSlow Pitch Softball
BowlingSoccer
Fast Pitch SoftballTae Kwon Do
Flag Football LeaguesVolleyball

For more information contact:
John Luedtke - Burns Hall 1432 – 479-619-4138 – jluedtke@nwacc.edu

Intramural Sports Clubs

Intramural sports clubs are intended for college student athletes who want to compete in traditional or nontraditional competitive sports while attending NWACC. Games and practices are conducted at local fields and athletic facilities. Participation in club sports is a privilege that requires students to commit to an investment of both time and a small financial contribution. This commitment is necessary for each of the clubs to succeed. The main focus of our program is teamwork followed very closely by commitment, determination and skill. These character traits have been the building blocks for successful clubs in the past, and will continue to be important for our future success. To be eligible to participate in a club sports, students must be currently enrolled in at least one class at NWACC and sign a waiver of liability. If you are interested in participating in a sport you are passionate about and have the time and commitment to contribute to the success of your team, or you are the leader of a group who is interested in forming a team for a sport or activity that is not listed, please contact:

John Luedtke
Director of Intramural Sports
Burns Hall – Room 1432
(479) 619-4138
jluedtke@nwacc.edu

NWACC Baseball Club Team - Bentonville

The baseball club team is designed for baseball players who desire to play some hardball after their high school career has ended. Obviously for this competitive team to be successful - we will need to have 9-10 very commented position players, 2-3 quality pitchers on campus and a player/coach, manager or parent of a player who has some leadership skills. If there enough student interest, the NWACC baseball club team could play some fall "exhibition" games / scrimmages against other colleges that have club or baseball teams i. e. NorthArk (Harrison), John Brown University, Pulaski Tech (Little Rock) and Mid South (Memphis). NWACC could also compete in the Northwest Arkansas MSBL and play a 18-21 game schedule. www.nwamsbl.com Games typically start the first week of June and league finish the third week of September. All practices and games are conducted on baseball fields in the NWA area. Each member of the NWACC Baseball Club Team will pay $200 to assist with registration fees as well as uniform costs. Interested players should contact John Luedtke jluedtke@nwacc.edu or feel free to call or stop by the Intramural Sports Department (479) 619-4138. Baseball Club Team

Men's Soccer Club Team – All Star Sports Indoor Arena (Springdale)

The NWACC soccer sports club teams have been very successful over the last ten years. Our soccer team plays a fall, winter and summer league matches at the All Star Sports Indoor Arena – Springdale. The fall indoor soccer league will start in September and students that make the team will wear a NWACC game jersey that is sponsored by Flooring America by Carpet Smart. Jerseys will be turned in after each game to a team captain. A $20 user fee will be charged to help assist with the many soccer leagues that we participate in. (Make checks out to: NWACC Foundation.) Individuals who display outstanding participation, sportsmanship and/or leadership will receive a sharp new NWACC Baseball Cap from Outdoor Cap Company after the fall soccer league concludes. Soccer Club Team

Men's Slow Pitch

Men's Slow Pitch

Women's Softball Club Team - Rogers

The NWACC slow-pitch softball club team plays a 18-21 game schedule at Doc Wheeler Park in Rogers. The softball league is organized by The Roger's Activity Center. Games typically start in the end of April and end in July. The entry fee is $380 per team and the Intramural Sports Department will assist a team with the first $200. If you like the game of softball or would like to help organize a competitive NWACC slow-pitch softball team contact John F. Luedtke jluedte@nwacc.edu or (479) 619-4138. Women's Softball Club Team - Rogers

Basketball Leagues
Fayetteville Athletic Club and/or Springdale Youth Center

Guys who are interested in competing in the fall basketball league at the Springdale Youth Center or the Fayetteville Athletic Clubs Adult winter league should contact me ASAP. Interested NWACC students can sign-up individually or by 7-8 player teams. NWACC will sponsor 1-3 basketball teams and the there will be a $20 individual user fee. (Checks should be made out to: NWACC Foundation.) A green numbered NWACC basketball t-shirt will be issued for games. *Games will start January 2010. A NWACC Baseball Cap from Outdoor Cap Company will be issued at the end of the season to all participants who display outstanding participation, leadership and/or sportsmanship. Basketball Leagues – Fayetteville Athletic Club and/or Springdale Youth Center

Volleyball Club Team
Women's & Men's Club – All Star Sports Arena Springdale

Our ladies and men's club team will be competing this fall semester at the All Star Sports Arena Springdale. We have schedule matches against other club teams and colleges this fall. There will be a small user fee of $40.00 a month, this covers practice facility, shirt and professional coaching. The team is coached by Hal Roberts, United States Volleyball Association College/International Coach/National Scout and Recruiter. Hal has held many positions both Nationally and also Internationally. If you want to improve your volleyball skills, train for possible scholarships, or want to become a licensed volleyball coach. Contact Hal Roberts at nwaccvolleyballclub@gmail.com or 479-270-1390. Volleyball Club Team

Two Man/Nine Hole Golf Scramble - Bentonville

The 12th Annual Intramural Sports Fall Two Man golf Scramble will be conducted on Friday May 8, 2010. For NWACC Students, Faculty and Staff. The Links at Bentonville (Moberly Lane) will host the scramble (Only 7 minutes from campus) Cost: Only $6.00 if you walk and $12.50 if you ride. If you are interested in playing in our golf scramble; please send us you & your partners name and preferred tee time. (This 9 hole golf scramble should take your assigned group of four golfers, no longer than 70 - 80 minutes to play.) Consider playing during your lunch hour or after work.

Tournament rules: No mulligan's or gimmie putts. Men play from the blue tees and women from the whites.

Team prizes: Lowest score(s) Individual Prizes: Long drive, closest to the pin and longest putt Two Man/Nine Hole Golf Scramble - Bentonville

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer

Bowling Club Team - Rogers

The NWACC intramural sports department will be starting a bowling club team for both men and women this fall semester 2010. The club is intended for competitive or the recreational college bowler who wants to improve his or her skills. The club team will begin tryouts in September and the best fifteen bowlers will be selected to practice and compete two times a week against other college clubs and/or high school teams in the area. Practices will start at 4:00 pm at the Roger's Bowling Center and students will receive a discount on the games you bowl. The bowling club team will be coached by Clint Owens. Clint is a professional bowler who lives and works in NW Arkansas and is an outstanding bowling instructor. To be eligible, individuals need take credited or noncredit classes at NWACC . (A NWACC logoed polo shirt will be a required purchase, bowling ball or shoes are recommended; but not required equipment.) If you are serious bowler and want to try out for the NWACC bowling club team – please email Coach Clint Owens clinto800@hotmail.com or John F. Luedtke jluedtke@nwacc.edu.

Outstanding NWACC Beginning Bowlers - Fall Semester (August 20 – October 12, 2012)

At this time I wanted to thank-you for taking the fall semester 1st / 8 week Beginning Bowling class!

Many of the students in the Tuesday/Thursday or Friday classes successfully reached their high score goal. From the beginning of class to the final week of class; several of you made scoring improvements of 25, 50, 75, 100 pins or more.

Most of you now understand how to spot bowl by using the locator dots on the approach and arrows on lane to assist you in picking up more strides and spares. And manually scoring is no longer a foreign math to you…. A few students really got into the game and even purchased their own bowling ball and shoes.

NWACC Outstanding Bowlers Fall 2012

Beth Fox "213" High Score "173" Average
Dewell Bryant "213" High Score "146" Average
Brent Williamson "201" High Score "181" Average
Amy Lance "181" High Score"141"Average
Joshua Johnson "191" High Score
Matthew Purdy "181" High Score

Yours for more strikes and spares!
Bowling Club Team - Rogers