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Intercollegiate Athletic Program Statistics

Statistics for 2015-2016

Johnson College offers two inter-collegiate sports to students: Men’s basketball and women’s and men’s bowling. Johnson College Athletics is overseen by the Assistant Director of Student Engagement, Doc Stacknick. During the 2015-2016 academic year, Johnson College has a total of 327 male students and 100 female students enrolled full time. Below is the information pertaining Athletic program participation.

Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Part/Full Time Coach

Part/Full Time College Employee

Annual Salary

Basketball

Male

Part-time

Part-time

$3,524.00

Bowling

Male

Part-time

Full-time

$1,000.00

 

Assistant Coach

Part/Full Time Coach

Part/Full Time College Employee

Annual Salary

Basketball

Male

Part-time

Part-time

$1,884.00

Bowling

None

Varsity program participation by gender:

Female Participants

Male Participants

Basketball

0

9

Bowling

3

6

Overall varsity program participation:

Total # of Participants

# of Participants on other Varsity teams

# of other
Varsity teams

Basketball

9

0

0

Bowling

9

0

0

Operating Expenses/Revenues :

Total Operating Expenses

Total Revenues

Overall Totals

$21,160.00

0

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