- About the Well
- Facilities & Informal Rec
- Fitness & Wellness
Wheelchair Basketball- Every Friday from 1pm-4:30pm Court 2 will be dedicated to wheelchair basketball. Sport wheelchairs are anticipated to be available for check-out March 2015! Note: At any time users are welcome to play wheel chair basketball during any informal basketball court times.
Adaptive Climbing- Adaptive Climbing uses specifically modified adaptive equipment, including a comfortable custom harness and handlebar ascenders, to climb.\
Fitness Classes- Note: that any of our Fitness classes can be adapted to fit anyone’s needs. Please contact INCLUSIVEREC@THEWELLATSACSTATE.COM for any accommodation needs.
Sit Volleyball- This version of volleyball requires players to maintain contact between their pelvis and the floor at all times.
First Base Recreation- This is a NEW program that we are now offering this semster. This program was created to be an option for those participants that would like to participate in recreation activities and offerings, but feel that they may need to acquire some fundamentals before participating. Please contact INCLUSIVEREC@THEWELLATSACSTATE.COM for more information or to set up an appointment.
Goalball - Wednesday January 28th & Wednesday, March 11th at The University Union, Redwood Room
Goalball is a sport for athletes with visual impairments. It is played by two teams of three using a ball with bells inside. The ball is the size of a basketball but twice the weight. The object of the game is to throw the ball into the opposing team's net, while defenders attempt to block it with their bodies. The indoor court has tactile lines to assist players with their orientation on court and the ball must make contact with certain areas of the court during the game.
Beep Baseball/Kickball Expo - April 7th-9th @ the WELL
Beep baseball is a sport for athletes with visual impairments. A contest lasts for six (6) innings unless more are needed to break a tie. A team has three (3) outs per inning, and umpires have the right to eject unruly players or spectators. However, there are some differences from regular baseball. There is no second base. First and third bases, four foot padded cylinders with speakers, are placed one-hundred (100) feet down their respective lines and ten (10) feet off the foul line. This is to prevent a runner from colliding with a defensive fielder. The bases contain sounding units that give off a buzzing sound when activated. The batter does not know which one will be turned on. When the ball is hit, the base operator activates one of the bases. The runner must identify the correct buzzing base and run to it before the ball is fielded by a defensive player. If the runner is safe, a run is scored. In other words, there is no running from one base to another. A player does one of three things when batting -- hit the ball and make an out by being retired by the defense; hit the ball and earn a safe call scoring on a run; or striking out. A batter is allowed four (4) rather than the traditional three (3) strikes and only one (1) pass ball. The fourth swing must be a clean miss.