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  1. Teamwork Builds Success Ryan Kulik Audience: Students Team Sports In Physical Education

  2. Team Sports • Baseball • Football • Basketball • Soccer • Hockey • Softball

  3. BaseballBasic rules and equipment Rules • Nine players make a team • High school- Seven innings • College and MLB- Nine innings • Dimensions - 60 feet, pitchers mound to home - 90 feet between each base Equipment • Glove • Bat • Ball • Helmet • Uniform • Cleats

  4. History of Baseball • Began in the early 1800’s • Alexander Joy Cartwright invented baseball • 1846- First recorded baseball game, Hoboken NJ • 1869- Cincinnati Red Stockings first pro team • 1876- Major league was formed

  5. My Baseball Journey Started playing at age six Played travel baseball for seven years Played at Cherokee High School Played four years at Rowan University Played in the Cape Cod League Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals Currently playing for the St. Louis Cardinals

  6. Awards and Accomplishments High School • First team All Conference selection (2003,2004) • First team All County (2004) • First team All Group IV (2004) • First team All South Jersey (2004) • Third team All State (2004) • Two school records • Strikeouts in a game (17) • Most walks in a season (32) College • First team All Conference selection(2006,2008) • NJAC Pitcher of The Year (2006,2008) • NJAC Male Athlete of the Year(2008) • New Jersey Pitcher of The Year(2008) • All State and All Region honors(2008) • First team All American(2008) • Five School Records -Strikeouts in a season(144) -Strikeouts in a career(337) -Strikeouts in a game (15) -Most innings pitched career(324) -Most games started in career(45)

  7. Football Basic Rules and Equipment Rules • 11 players from each team play • Field 100 yards long • College- Four 12 minute quarters • NFL- Four 15 minute quarters • Four downs to get a first down • First down every ten yards • Touchdown=Six points • Extra point= One point • Field goal-=Three points Equipment • Helmet • Mouth piece • Shoulder Pads • Cleats • Thigh and knee pads • Football • Uniform

  8. History of Football • Football started out as rugby • Brought to the US in 1869 • Walter camp created modern football • 1920- More than 10 pro teams • 1933- First NFL championship game • 1966- NFL and AFL emerged • NFL began in 1970 • The NFC and AFC were then created -National Football Conference -American Football Conference

  9. My Personal Experience Started playing at age 12 Played rec council till I was 15 Played in a tournament in Virginia Played in high school for three years Played in college for two years

  10. Awards and Accomplishments Accomplishments • All Star team at age 13 • Played on a travel team • Undefeated season when I was 12 • Won a championship Awards • First team All-Conference(2003) • First team All-Group IV(2003) • Second team All-County(2003)

  11. Basketball Rules and Equipment Rules • Five players from each team play • Scoring - Two points inside three point line - Three points outside three point line - Foul shot is worth one point • College- Two 20 minute halves • Pro- Four 12 minute quarters • Fouls- Blocking, charging, holding, hacking • Five fouls - Player is out of the game Equipment • Basketball • Basket • Shoes • Uniform

  12. History of Basketball • James Naismith Invented Basketball in 1891 • Born in 1961 • First Game -Played with a soccer ball - Two peach baskets used as goals • 1936- Introduced in the Berlin Olympics

  13. MY personal Experience • Started playing at age 6 • Selected as an all-star three times • Played travel basketball • Played organized basketball for 12 years • Played one year in junior high • Played one year in high school

  14. SoccerRules and equipment Rules • Each team plays 11 players • Dimensions: • 90 to 120 meters long • 45 to 90 meters wide • Two halves:45 minutes each • Different types of kicks -Free kick- Start and restart of play -Penalty kick- Defender commits foul inside the 18 -Corner kick – Ball passes over defending player goal line -Goal kick- Direct free kick Equipment • Soccer ball • Soccer Net • Cleats • Shin Guards • Uniform

  15. History of soccer • No exact date when soccer started • Has been played for over 3000 years • Britain is the birthplace for soccer • Standard rules were established in 1815 • First international match was in 1872

  16. My personal experience • Started playing at age eight • Made the all-star team • Played travel soccer for four years • Stopped playing soccer at age 12

  17. Hockey Rules and Equipment Rules • Five players from each team play • Three 20 minutes periods • Five minute sudden death overtime period - Shoot out if nobody scores in overtime • Penalties - Two minutes and Five minutes • Must use stick to score goal Equipment • Helmet • Skates • Shoulder pads • Arm pads • Gloves • Leg pads • Puck • Stick • Net • Mouth piece

  18. History of Hockey • Hockey began over 4000 years ago • Around from the time of early civilization • Earliest known ball and stick game to exist • First NHL season was in 1917-1918 • League began with five teams • Olympic debut in 1908 in London

  19. Softball Rules and equipment Rules • Nine players on the field • High school- Six innings • College- Seven innings • Dimensions - 35-40 feet, pitchers mound to home - 60 feet between each base Equipment • Bat • Ball • Helmet • Uniform • Cleats • Glove

  20. History of softball • Originated In Chicago on Thanksgiving 1887 • First women’s team formed in 1895 • George Hancock formed the rules • 1900’s leagues and tournaments began

  21. The endThank you!