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Visitor`s Guide
New Paltz Athletics
visitors Guide
2013-2014 Season
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Mission statement
“We at the State University of New York at New Paltz want to sponsor a broad-based
athletic program that provides educational and athletic opportunities for young men and
women to grow and to develop, and to support the mission of the College by
complementing and enhancing its diversity and quality of life. The department’s athletic
program strives for competitive excellence within the SUNYAC and other similar
institutions. To fulfill this mission, the Department has developed principles of operation
to provide guidance and direction to its personnel. This Mission Statement and
accompanying principles require strong dedication and commitment from all who
participate in, coach in, and support the Department of Athletics.”
New Paltz Facts at a Glance
Founded
1828 as the New Paltz Classic Academy, New Paltz is the 99th
oldest collegiate institution in the country
President
Donald P. Christian, B. S. in Wildlife Biology, and M. S. and Ph.D. in
Zoology from Michigan State University
Inside this Guide:
People to Know - 3-4
Athletic Training - 5
Event Management - 6
Locker Rooms - 7
Lighting Procedures - 7
Fire Procedures - 8
Field Information - 9
Directions - 10-11
Lodging - 12-13
Places to Eat - 15
Campus Map - 16
Location
New Paltz, NY; (population 11,300) in Mid-Hudson, midway
between Albany and NYC; exit 18 off the New York State Thruway
(I-87)
Campus
257 acres set in the beautiful Hudson River Valley, settled next to
one of the nation's oldest streets with its original houses just blocks
from campus; 39 non-residence buildings, 14 residence halls.
Character
Very competitive, 4-year, co-ed, residential, regional college, state
assisted, liberal arts/professional/technical studies
Academic Programs & Schools
New Paltz is a comprehensive, regional college conferring both the
baccalaureate and master degrees. In addition, pre-doctoral certification in Educational Supervision and Administration is offered.
The college consists of the Schools of Education, Fine and Performing Arts, Business, Science and Engineering, and the College
of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There are 100 undergraduate and 50
graduate programs offered at New Paltz.
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Contact Information
State University of New York at New Paltz
Department of Athletics, Wellness and Recreation
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY 12561
Athletics Office (845) 257-3910
Fax (845) 257-3920
Website www.nphawks.com
Staff Directory
Administration
Title
Email Address
Phone
(845) 257-
Stuart Robinson
Director of Athletics
[email protected]
3910
Brian Williams
Associate Athletic Director
[email protected]
3912
Liz Student
Senior Women’s Administrator
[email protected]
3925
Jeanne Quenzer
Secretary
[email protected]
3910
Ryan Hooper
Assistant to the Director
[email protected]
3930
Fax #
3920
Sports Information
Brian Savard
Athletic Communications Director
[email protected]
3927
Robin Deutsch
[email protected]
2341
Assistant SID
Fax #
3940
Athletic Training
Bryan Lurie
Head Athletic Trainer
Michelle Johnson Associate Athletic Trainer
[email protected]
3913
[email protected]
3928
Fax #
3921
Wellness and Recreation
Keith Kenney
Director of Wellness & Recreation
[email protected]
6956
Joe Deck
Assistant Director of W & R
[email protected]
2343
Christina Cordier Assistant Director of W & R, Fitness [email protected]
2342
Gary Gall
Strength & Conditioning Coach
[email protected]
3948
Linda Cardona
W & R Office Assistant
[email protected]
2340
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Staff Directory
Baseball
Matt Righter
Head Coach
[email protected]
3915
Head Coach
[email protected]
3917
Head Coach
[email protected]
3923
Head Coach
[email protected]
3922
Head Coach
[email protected]
3929
Head Coach
[email protected]
3925
Head Coach
[email protected]
2342
Head Coach
[email protected]
3918
Head Coach
[email protected]
3911
Head Coach
[email protected]
2671
Head Coach
[email protected]
3931
Head Coach
[email protected]
3916
Head Coach
[email protected]
3919
Men’s Basketball
Michael Rejniak
Women’s Basketball
James Seward
Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
Michael Trunkes
Field Hockey
Shanna Vitale
Women’s Lacrosse
Liz Student
Men’s Soccer
Gene Ventriglia
Women’s Soccer
Colleen Bruley
Softball
Brittany Robinson
Men’s and Women’s Swimming
Scott Whitbeck
Women’s Tennis
Rob Bruley
Men’s Volleyball
Radu Petrus
Women’s Volleyball
Matt Giufre
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Athletic Training Information
Head Athletic Trainer:
Associate Athletic Trainer:
Bryan Lurie
Office: (845) 257-3913
Michelle Johnson
Email: [email protected]
Office: (845) 257-3928
Email: [email protected]
Fax: (845) 257-3921
Fax: (845) 257-3921
The Sports Medicine Staff at the State University of New York at New Paltz would like to
welcome you to our campus for your upcoming competition. The following information
may be helpful to you and your teams upon arrival to New Paltz.
Services and Equipment Provided:
Board Certified/New York State Licensed Athletic Trainers are available at all of our home
intercollegiate events. There may also be athletic training students from the Marist Athletic
Training Education Program assigned to a staff member to aid in coverage of an event. We will
be available to tape your student-athletes and provide additional services, but we do ask that
your institution provide all necessary materials. Modalities such as ice and moist heat packs will
be available to your athletes. Electrical stimulation and ultrasound will be available provided detailed treatment instructions have been included.
If there are student-athletes that need to see the Athletic Trainers we ask that they be down in
the training at least two hours prior to the start of the competition. The Training Room will
also be open 30 minutes after the competition has ended.
**Please note that bench towels and water bottles will not be provided to any teams.
Cups will be available upon request.
Facilities:
We have one central athletic
training room and it is located
on the lower level of Elting
Gym in Room 103.
Team Physician:
Dr. Stephen Maurer
Orthopedic Associates of
Dutchess County
40 Hurley Avenue, Suite 10
Kingston, NY 12401
845-339-5021
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
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Local Hospitals
Vassar Brothers Medical Center
45 Reade Place
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 454-5000
St. Francis Hospital
241 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 483-5000
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Event Management
Prior to Contest
We will have a representative from the Athletic Department greet you at the front entrance to
the Athletic and Wellness Center. They will escort you to the main locker rooms as well as
show your teams where our Athletic Training room is located. They will also be able to
answer any questions you may have prior to the start of the contest.
Once your bus has dropped your team off at the Athletic and Wellness Center they may then
park in lot 37 (see campus map) which is located South of the Athletic and Wellness Center.
The only sports that we will allow the bus to sit outside of the Athletic and Wellness Center
are Men’s and Women’s Soccer. We do this because the teams will need to get back on the
bus to go down to the field. However, we do ask that the driver turn off the engine while
he/she waits for the soccer teams to return to the bus.
After Contest
Teams will also be allowed back into the locker rooms to shower and to change if they so
choose. If visiting teams would like a space to sit down and eat in our Athletic and Wellness
Center, then that must be set up with Ryan Hooper (Event Manager, contact information
below) at least 72 hours in advance. Any other special requests must also be made at least 72
hours in advance as well. We may not be able to accommodate all requests, but we will do
what we can within our means.
DVD of Game
Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Lacrosse and
Field Hockey (only if we are hosting the SUNYAC Championships) will be able to receive
copies of their game on DVD, this will be done in accordance with the SUNYAC video
exchange policies (SUNYAC teams only). With our new camera equipment we will now be
taping our games right into our computer and then onto the DVD. This takes a little more
time than in the past so the DVD of the game will be in the mail within 24 hours of the completion of the contest. Visiting teams are also allowed to bring their own camera equipment
to record the game.
Ryan Hooper Contact Information
Office Phone: (845) 257-3930
Email: [email protected]
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Lightning Policy & Procedures
Criteria for Removal from Athletic Venue
The policy of SUNY New Paltz Sport Medicine with regards to the suspension/termination
of an athletic event, game and/or practice due to an electrical storm will be as follows:
A) The Director of Athletics (or administrator on duty), athletic training staff, head coaches
and officials shall begin to confer of the status of the event should any thunderstorm
“watches” or “warnings” be issued for the area or the warning signs of developing thunderstorms in the area, such as high winds or darkening skies, develop.
B) Should an electrical storm develop, the following procedure will be adhered to:
C) Athletic training staff will be updated via text message from iStrike weather tracking regarding distance of any lightening. The FLASH TO BANG method will be used secondarily to determine how close lightning is. To use this method, count the seconds from the
time the lightning is sighted to when the clap of thunder is heard. Divide this number by
five to obtain how far away (in miles) the lighting is occurring. A flash to bang count of
30 seconds (6 miles) or less should be used as a minimal determinant of when to remove
all individuals from the site and relocate to a safe shelter
D) In the event of an electoral storm, the safest shelters are those with indoor plumbing and
telephone lines. However, a car or bus with all windows closed will provide shelter if a
secure building is not accessible. Dugouts, locker rooms, shower rooms, and pool areas
are NOT safe shelters. Storage sheds should only be used in the event that the storm is
too severe to get safely into the following designated area:
1) Baseball/Softball Fields:
Athletic & Wellness Center or Elting Gym
2) Soccer Fields:
Esopus Hall, Lenape Hall, Athletic & Wellness
Center or Elting Gym
3) North Tennis Courts:
Athletic & Wellness Center or Elting Gym
4) Outdoor Track:
Athletic & Wellness Center or Elting Gym
5) Turf Field:
Athletic & Wellness Center or Elting Gym
6) Pool:
Athletic & Wellness Center or Elting Gym
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Fire Policy & Procedures
If the Fire Alarm Sounds
If the fire alarm sounds, exit the building where the fire alarm is going off and move to a safe
location (150 feet away from the building). Since the Athletic & Wellness Center and Elting
Gym are two separate buildings you may move to the other building if it is safe and there is
not a fire detected in that building. A department representative will help you move to the
safest place for your team.
If in the Elting Gym Side (where locker rooms and team rooms are):
Your team should either move to the Athletic & Wellness Center, if it is safe, or to the nearest
fire exit and out of the building.
If in the Athletic & Wellness Side (where the Hawk Center is located):
Your team should either move to Elting Gym, if it is safe, or to the nearest fire exit and out
of the building.
Once the building is deemed safe and the alarm has been turned off then the teams will be
allowed to return to the building.
Our goal is to get everyone to a safe location as quickly and safely as we can.
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Locker Room & practice
Information
Though space is limited, locker rooms and areas for team meetings are available in the Athletic
and Wellness Center. Each general locker room is equipped with lockers, bathrooms and
showers. We recommend that teams bring their equipment and other valuable items with
them after exiting the locker room.
If your team is arriving early and would like to schedule a practice time, please contact our
Director of Athletics, Stuart Robinson at [email protected] or (845) 257-3910 to make
the necessary arrangements.
Sportsmanship
As a member of The State University of New York Athletic Conference, New Paltz is committed
to sportsmanship. We take pride in the conduct of our student-athletes and coaches and ask that
everyone treat opponents, officials and fans with respect. Tobacco products and alcoholic
beverages are strictly prohibited at all of our athletic events and in our facilities. The use of
artificial noise makers are also prohibited during athletic contests.
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Competition Venues
Elting Pool
Alumni Soccer Field
-Men’s & Women’s Swimming
-Men’s Soccer
-Women’s Soccer
Hawk Center
-Men’s & Women’s Basketball
-Men’s & Women’s Volleyball
Loren Cambell Baseball Field
-Baseball
Mary Grace Deane Softball Field
Turf Field
-Softball
-Women’s Field Hockey
-Women’s Lacrosse
North Tennis Courts
-Women’s Tennis
Bowdoin Park (Wappingers Falls, NY)
-Men’s & Women’s Cross Country
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Directions
From the north or south take NYS Thruway (I-87) to exit 18.
From the northeast/west take the NYS Thruway (I-90) to Albany and then south
(I-87) to exit 18.
From the southwest take Route 17 east to Route 17K to NYS Thruway (I-87) north to
exit 18.
From Connecticut take I-84 west to exit 7S. Follow sign for NYS Thruway (I-87). Take
Thruway north to exit 18.
From New Jersey take the Garden State Parkway to Route 17 (Exit 163). Proceed 14 miles
to NYS Thruway north to exit 18. Alternate route: Via Route 287, go northwest on State
Rt. 17 to New York. Take I-287 north to I-87. Go north on I-87 to exit 18.
From Mid Hudson Bridge turn right onto Route 9W north. Proceed 2 3/4 miles to traffic
light at intersection with Route 299. Turn left onto 299 and proceed approximately six miles
to New Paltz. Turn left onto South Manheim Boulevard (Rt. 32 South).
From Adirondack Trailways bus station, New Paltz The Trailways bus station is located
on the corner of Main Street and Prospect Street. From the parking lot, turn left onto Main
Street. Go up hill to the traffic light (Rt. 32 & South Manheim Blvd.), turn right. Proceed
1/8 mile, campus is on your right. Trailways Bus System information (845) 255-6520.
From Stewart International Airport, Newburgh, New York, Turn left out of Stewart
onto Rt. 207. Go approximately 2 miles, then turn left onto Route 300 north. Stay on Route
300 for approximately 3 miles. At light at intersection of Rt. 300 and 17k, turn right onto
17k south. Make first left onto I-87/NYS Thruway entrance. Go north on I-87 to exit 18.
Public Transportation from Stewart: Take the Newburgh-Beacon Link from Stewart to the
Shortline Bus Station in Newburgh and from there take the bus to New Paltz.
From train station, Poughkeepsie, New York - Hudson Line: Taxi cabs are available
most hours from the train station. If driving from train station, go west on US 44 across the
Mid-Hudson Bridge. Then follow directions above from Mid-Hudson Bridge.Amtrak (800)
872-7245, Metro North (800) METRO-INFO.
NYS Thruway Exit 18 turn left at the traffic light after toll booth. Turn left at the third
traffic light onto South Manheim Boulevard (Rt. 32 South). Several campus entrances are
on the right side of the road, depending on which part of campus you are here to visit. See
the campus map for more information.
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Directions
NYS Thruway Exit 18 - Alternative Route: To avoid Main Street traffic in the Village of
New Paltz, use the following directions from Exit 18. Turn left at the traffic light after toll
booth. Turn left at first traffic light on to South Putt Corners Rd. Follow that road to the
end. At the traffic light, turn right onto Rt. 32. After approximately one mile, you will see
several campus entrances on the left side of the road, depending on which part of campus
you are here to visit. See the campus map for more information.
NYS Thruway Exit 17 - To avoid possible congestion on Thruway/Rt. 299/Main St.
To avoid Main Street entirely AND POSSIBLE CONGESTION ON THE THRUWAY
BETWEEN EXITS 17 AND 18, use the following directions from Exit 17 (Newburgh).
After the toll booth, follow the signs to Route 300 North. At the light, turn left on to
Route 300 North. After about 3 miles, continue straight onto Route 32 North. After about
14 miles, you will see several campus entrances on the left side of the road.
Facility Directions:
To Athletic and Wellness Center (includes: Hawk Center, Locker Rooms and Athletic
Training Room): From Route 32 South, several campus entrances are on the right side of
the road. Enter the last campus entrance (South Entrance). Please note that roller hockey
courts will be located on your right proceed down South Side Loop to the second stop sign.
Turn Right and the Athletic and Wellness Center is on your left.
Loren Campbell Field (Baseball)/Mary Grace Deane Softball Field: Take South
Entrance onto South Loop Road. Follow to second stop sign take a right onto South Road.
Follow to stop sign (passing the Athletic and Wellness Center on your left). Take a left onto
Southside Loop Road. Follow to Wallkill parking lot 30. Fields are adjacent to parking lot.
Varsity Tennis Courts: Take South Entrance onto South Loop Road. Follow to second
stop sign take a right onto South Road. Follow to stop sign (passing the Athletic and
Wellness Center on your left). Take a left onto Southside Loop Road. Follow to Elting
parking lot 8A, the North Tennis courts are behind Elting Gymnasium
Turf Field (Field Hockey and Lacrosse): Take South Entrance onto South Loop Road.
Follow to second stop sign take left. On South Road make first right into West student
parking (37a) and West parking (37) lots. The field is
located directly behind the parking lot.
Alumni Field (Men’s and Women’s Soccer): Take South Entrance onto South Loop
Road. Follow to second stop sign take left. Take South Road all the way down passing
Lenape Hall (on right) and Esopus Hall (on left). Stay on South Road until reaching South
parking lot (lot 35). Once parked follow path to the back of the parking lot. Alumni Field
is located at the end of the path to the left.
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Lodging For Teams
Holiday Inn Express of Poughkeepsie: (Located 25 minutes Southeast of Campus)
2750 South Road
Poughkeepsie, New York
Book online or call:1 800 315 2621
Holiday Inn of Kingston: (Located 30 minutes North of Campus)
503 Washington Avenue
Kingston, New York
Book online or call:1 800 315 2621
Super 8 of New Paltz: (Located 7 minutes from Campus)
7 Terwilliger Lane
New Paltz, New York
Call: 845.255.8865
Super 8 of Highland: (Located 15 minutes from Campus)
3423 US Highway 9W
Highland, NY 12528
(845) 691-6888
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Lodging for Family and Friends
Minnewaska Lodge (Located 20 minutes
West of Campus)
Phone: 845-255-1110
Route 44/55, Gardiner New York
Mohonk Mountain House (Located 15
minutes West of Campus)
Phone: 800-772-6646
1000 Mountain Rest Rd, New Paltz New York
Rocking Horse Ranch (Located 15 minutes Southeast of Campus)
Phone: 800-647-2624
Route 44/55, Highland New York
Bed & Breakfasts for Family
AND Friends
Moondance Ridge
55 Shivertown Road
New Paltz NY 12561
1-800-641-5618
Maplestone
541 Route 32 South
New Paltz, NY 12561
845.255.6861
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Places to Eat
Sit Down Restaurants:
P&G’s Restaurant **
91 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 255-6161
Gilded Otter
3 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 256-1700
Fast Food Restaurants:
McDonald’s: (845) 255-8141
Plaza Diner**
27 New Paltz Plaza
New Paltz, NY 12561
Subway: (845) 256-6425
(845) 255-1030
Tommy C’s Deli: (845) 255-3324
Main Street Bistro**
59 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
Pizzeria's
(845) 255-7766
McGillicuddy’s Restaurant
84 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 256-9289
Convenient Deli: (845) 255-9835
Rino’s Pizzeria**
246 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561-1608
(845) 255-8600
Rocco’s Pizzeria
4 New Paltz Plaza
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 255-7161
Murphy’s Restaurant and Pub
107 Main Street
New Paltz, NY 12561-1526
(845) 255-9718
**Department Sponsor of SUNY New Paltz Athletics
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Campus Map
KEY
Competition
Venue
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