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Humanities, Social Science, Education, Kinesiology, & Athletics

Kinesiology Faculty

Richard Anema
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A., University of Pacific, Stockton, CA
M.A., University of Pacific, Stockton, CA

University of the Pacific graduate, and post graduate Rich Anema has been involved in the teaching profession since 1988.  Rich joined the staff at Delta in 2005. Along with teaching health education courses at San Joaquin Delta College, he teaches high school physical education and weight training classes.  His experience also includes instruction in the areas of history, work experience, and coaching.  He oversees various high school clubs and enjoys getting to know his students on a personal level.  Outside of professional interests, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four daughters, fishing, reading, and of course, exercising. 

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: ranema@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01
   PE Theory 049 Pscyhology of Sports
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Gary Barlow
Professor 
Bio:
   A.A., San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California
   B.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
   M.A., Azusa Pacific University, California

A Tracy High School product, Coach Barlow’s playing career included stints at the University of Wyoming (1985-86), Delta College (1987), and the University of the Pacific (1988-89). Following graduation from UOP, he signed a contract to play for the NFL’s New York Giants. He finished his playing days as a member of the Barcelona Dragons of NFL Europe.

Since that time, Coach Barlow has built an impressive coaching resume. He began his coaching career at Delta College as Offensive Line Coach (1990-91). The following year he moved to Los Angeles Valley College serving as Offensive Line Coach and Offensive Coordinator until 1996. LA Valley emerged as one of the top junior college programs in the United States, playing for the national championship during this span. In 1997 he was named Head Football Coach. 

Gary returned to Delta College in 1999 as Offensive Coordinator. His presence and influence was immediately felt. In his initial year the Mustang offense ranked in California’s top ten in every offensive category. Currently he is Head Football Coach at Delta.

Discipline: Education, Health Education, Non-Credit Instruction, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5228
Office Location: Budd 309B
email: gbarlow@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Athletics 52, Football
    Physical Education Activity 9, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
    Physical Education Theory 42, Coach Offensive Football
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Lori Black
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Kinesiology
email: lblack@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01
   PE Theory 049 Pscyhology of Sports
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Dominique Bukasa
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A., Sonoma State, California
M.A., Fresno Pacific University, California

The 2012-13 season will mark Dominique Bukasa’s first year as a Basketball Assistant Coach at Delta College. He joins Coach Ressa's staff after spending the 2011-2012 season as the Head Coach of Lassen College. Prior to Lassen College he was an NCAA Division I Assistant Coach at Sacramento State University from 2008 to 2011 for former Delta College and Junior College Hall of Fame Coach Brian Katz. His duties with the Hornets included recruiting, scouting, player development, academic mentor and game scheduling.

Bukasa, who has over 10 years of coaching experience, worked as an Assistant Coach for Ed Madec from 2005-2008 at the College of Siskiyous and Fresno City College. At the College of Siskiyous he helped coach the Eagles to a 27-5 record and a No. 1 ranking in the state for nine consecutive weeks in the 2005-06 season. That marked the first time in school history that the College of Siskiyous had received the top ranking in the State. The next two years at Fresno City College he was part of the coaching staff that won the 2007 California Community College State Tournament Championship, back-to-back Central Valley Conference titles and State Final 8 appearances with a 62-16 combined record.

Bukasa graduated from Sonoma State in 1999 with a degree in history, and a minor in political science. He graduated in July of 2008 with a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University.

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
email: dbukasa@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Athletics 56, Basketball: Men
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Raksmey Roeum Castleman
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. California State University, Stanislaus
M.A Walden University
Ph.D Walden University In-Process (Anticipated 2015)
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)

Raksmey was born in a refugee camp and immigrated to the United States with her family in 1990. She graduated from Tokay High School in 2000.  After graduating from Delta College in 2004,  Raksmey transferred to California States University, Stanislaus, where she completed her Bachelors of Arts in Physical Education with an emphasis on health and wellness promotion, and with a Minor in Anthropology in 2007. She received her Master’s Degree in Public Health in 2010 and is currently refining her doctoral dissertation. She anticipates obtaining a PhD in Public Health with a concentration in community health education in the near future. Raksmey has a genuine compassion for serving the community, is dedicated to those whom she serves, and has a passion for her undertakings.

Raksmey enjoys spending time with her children and large extended family. She and her husband enjoy traveling to new destinations and also spending weekends exploring the many wondrous attractions within the Central Valley. 

Discipline: Health Education
Office Phone: (209) 954-5190
Office Location: Budd 406
email: rcastleman @deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01, Health Education
Course material: Docushare Health Education

 

Robby DeWitt
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5190
Office Location: Budd 406
email: rdewitt@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
     Physical Education Theory 48, Physiology of Sports and Exercise
     Physical Education Theory 50, Nutrition/Fitness and Sport
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

 

Pat Doyle
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

After a short career as Minor Leaguer in the Boston Red Sox organization (1966-67), Doyle became an educator. He was a teacher and coach at Tokay High School in Lodi (1969-76) and a full-time professor and coach at San Joaquin Delta College (1976-2006). He continues to teach part-time at Delta College. He also worked as consultant for Major League Baseball (1993-2011) and in this position coordinated the MLB Envoy Coach Program.

Doyle additionally coached the Anchorage Glacier Pilots in 1990 and 1991, as assistant coach Team USA in 1993 and 1994, the Morada Little League team in Granada, as well as the national teams of Ireland (1996), Great Britain (2010) and Israel (2011). Besides that he has been an active speaker on numerous baseball clinics at the national and international level. He is on the board of directors for the International Sports Group (ISG) and PLAY GLOBAL!

He is committed to being a proactive, diplomatic, passionate and hardworking ambassador for baseball. He feels that sharing his expertise in coaching and developing players and coaches translates into an environment of learning that is very effective. Baseball has become a common denominator between cultures that fosters communication and understanding. It allows people to look towards their similarities not their differences. He has truly been blessed to have experienced a large variety of cultures and found people to be the best natural resource every country has to offer. The game of baseball has been overly generous to him and his family. He plans to keep giving back to all of those that he can so they can hopefully experience all of the positives that he has gained from baseball. Article from Baseball.com

Discipline: Coaching, Health Education, Kinesiology
email: pdoyle@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Theory 40 - Introduction to Kinesiology
    Physical Educaiton Theory 49 - Psychology of Sports
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Randy Gaines
Professor
Bio:
M.Ed., M.S., University of LaVerne, California
B.A., B.S., San Jose State University, California

As a demonstration of Delta College’s commitment to academics and athletics, Randy Gaines was named to his present post as Academic Counselor, for football Running Backs in 2001.  His duties include academic advising and coordinating study hall and tutorial services for all of Delta’s student-athletes.

Randy’s background has been ideal in preparing him for this position.  He came to Delta in 1981.  In addition to having earned two graduate degrees (one in counseling), Coach Gaines coached both football and track at the college until 1997.  He gave up his track coaching duties when he was named Head Football Coach prior to the 1997 season.

Coach Gaines led the program for four years (1997-2000).  Fittingly his last game as Head Coach was a post-season bowl appearance in the Merced Elk’s Bowl in December 2000.

Since assuming his present duties Coach Gaines has overseen an academic support and monitoring process which has achieved spectacular success.  Since 2001, a total of sixty-five Mustang football players have been accorded Academic All-Conference honors.

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
Phone Number:(209) 954-5151 Ext. 6246
Office Location: DeRicco Room 234
email: rgaines@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Justin Graham
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. Communications, California State University,
       San Jose
M.A. Kinesiology, California State University, San Jose

Justin attended San Jose State University and received his Bachelor's of Arts in Communications in 2010. In 2013 he earned his Master's of Arts degree in Kinesiology from San Jose State. Prior to joining the faculty at Delta in 2015 and accepting the assistant basketball coaching position at Delta, he played basketball professionally for 4 years in Hungary and Slovakia. Justin also spent some time coaching at Ripon High School, helping the team earn its first win in the California State Tournament in school history. An accomplishment this long time Ripon resident holds dear to his heart.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: jjgraham@deltacollege.edu
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01, Health Education  
   Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training 
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Eddie Hernandez
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. Physical Education, California State University,
      Stanislaus
M.A. Kinesiology, Fresno Pacific University, California

Eddie Hernandez joined the San Joaquin Delta College Basketball staff in 2013. Since 1998 he has been a local high school coach. He played for Coach Ressa at Franklin High School and joined Delta's coaching staff after graduation in 1994.  Next he joined the coaching staff at Bear Creek High School and since 2002 he has helped transform their basketball program.  During his nine years as head coach, his teams made playoffs three times, including the first playoff win in school history.  He coached three league MVP’s, one All-Area Stockton Record in 2010. He has coached many players that have continued their careers at Delta College including Jerrell Gree, Dwaynee Lee and AJ Khalon.

Eddie attended Delta College and received his B.A. in Physical Education in 2000 from CSU Stanislaus. In 2009 he received his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University. He has been a teacher since 2002 and is currently an elementary Physical Education teacher in Lodi Unified as well as an adjunct professor at Delta College.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: ehernandez@deltacollege.edu
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Todd Herrington
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
M.A., University of Pacifice, Stockton, California

Coach Herrington graduated from University of the Pacific in 1995. While a student, he played linebacker on the college football team from 1986 thru 1988.  He began teaching Adapted Physical Education at Lodi School District in 1988 and continues to enjoy this teaching position.   Besides teaching academic classes at Delta, he coaches the women's swim team and is the defensive coordinator for Delta's football team.

Discipline: Non-Credit, Kinesiology
email: therrington@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
    Physcial Education Activity 14, Weight TrainingI
    Physical Education Theory 42, Coaching of Defense Football
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Larry Huiras                                                            Photo by Michael McCollum/The Record
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Larry Huiras had a very successful career at Amos Alonzo Stagg High School before joining Bill Anttila here at Delta.  First as Anttila's Assistant and later as Delta's Swimming and Water Polo Head Coach, Coach Huiras continued to focus on utilizing local Central Valley athletes as a foundation for building strong teams at the JC level.  His Delta College teams earned conference championships in 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1996, 1998, and 2002. The 1998 team was the first team in schools history to make it to the State Championship Tournament. The 2002 team went undefeated in league, were named #3 in Northern California, and placed 8th at the State Tournament.

"Huiras always has cared about people more than winning. He has taught adaptive physical education and beginner's swim classes at Delta for decades, and he will continue to do so." Stockton Record at Recordnet.com

Discipline: Coaching, Non-Credit, Kinesiology
email: lhuiras@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 01, Beginning Water Fitness
    Physical Education Activity 39, Adapted Swimming
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Gina Johnson
Professor
Bio:
   B.A., California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
   M.A., Saint Mary's College, Moraga, California

Women's Basketball Coach Johnson is a 1991 graduate of Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo.  She finished her playing career in 1990 as a two-year starting guard for the Cal Poly Lady Mustangs. Prior to Cal Poly, Johnson was a junior college All-Conference player for DeAnza College. She was named MVP of the Coast Conference in 1988 and was honored as a player to the California Community College First Team All-State. She holds a Masters Degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from St. Mary's College in Moraga. 

2015-16 Mustang Women’s Basketball is currently ranked #1 in NorCal and 3rd in the state!

Discipline: Coaching, Non-Credit Instruction, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5726
Office Location: Budd 121
email: gjohnson@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Athletics 64, Basketball: Women
    Health Education 01, Health Education
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Lambdin, Jennae
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
M.A. Special Education, University of the Pacific,
        Stockton, California

As a talented, intense and competitive athlete, Jennae began attending the University of the Pacific on a softball scholarship. She became a two-time Pacific Tiger All-America softball player at the University of the Pacific and was an All-America selection in 1981 and again in 1983 as she led the Tigers to a 42-17-1 record and a berth in the College World Series.  Lambdin graduated from Pacific in 1984 and received her masters in special education from Pacific in 1987. In the Lodi News-Sentinel Millennium Edition page 23 for January 1, 2000 Jennae is listed on the Lodi Sports Hall of Fame Roster as a softball player for 1992. Jennae was the head softball coach at Moorpark College where she also served as a physical education and health instructor. She has brought a wealth of knowledge to Delta college helping students in the areas of physical education and health education.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: jlambdin@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Health Education 01, Health Education
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Michael Maroney                                                         
Professor
Bio:
   B.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
   M.A., Texas A & M University, Galveston, Texas

Coach Maroney joined Delta College as the Men's Water Polo and Swim Coach in Spring 2008.  Coach Maroney came to Delta from the University of the Pacific where he served as Aquatics Director and Head Men's Water Polo Coach for five years.  He also was the Head Women's Water Polo/Physical Education Instructor at Hartwick College from 1999-2003.  Over that time span as a collegiate coach, Maroney has compiled a 134-116 record, including five seasons with 15 or more wins.  Maroney was also named coach of the year on five occasions (ECAC 2001, CWPA 1999 and 2000, USWP 2002 and 2005) and has coached 22 All-Americans and 37 All-Conference student athletes.     

In 1999, Maroney earned his master's degree in physical education from Texas A & M Corpus Christi.  He graduated from the University of the Pacific in 1993, where he received his bachelor's degree in sports sciences.  While attending Pacific, he was an All-Big West Conference swimmer and water polo player.  Before attending Pacific, Maroney was an All-American swimmer at Long Beach City College, where he also helped the water polo team win the 1988 State Championship with a perfect 32-0 record.  Maroney is a native of Baytown, Texas.  He resides in Stockton.

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5217
Office Location: Budd 123
email: mmaroney@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Athletics 060, Swimming & Diving Team: Men    
    Physical Education Activity 01, Swim for Health
    Physical Education Activity 01, Water Fitness
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Masai, Brandon
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. Kinesiology, California State University, Chico
CA Teaching Credential: Physical Education, California State University, Chico
M.A. Exercise and Sport Psychology, California State University, Chico

Brandon attended Delta in 2006 before transferring to Chico state. While completing his bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, he was a member of the Chico state club soccer team for 4 years. He then went on to coach the men's collegiate  club team for one year and the women's collegiate club team for 3 years while finishing his master's degree in Exercise and Sport Psychology.

At Chico State Brandon taught lecture and activity classes within the Kinesiology department for three years before returning to teach at Delta in spring 2014.

In 2013 Brandon was head coach at University of Pacific's women's club soccer team and head coach of the Boy's JV soccer at Tokay High School, his alma mater in 2014. Brandon joined the Delta Mustang men's soccer program as an assistant coach in 2015.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: bmasai@deltacollege.edu
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01
   Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
Course material: Docushare Health Education

McQueary, William
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.A. Physical Education, California State University, San Francisco
M.A. Physical Education, California State University, San Francisco

A native Californian, Bill has worked at San Francisco State University, University of California Riverside, Occidental College, University of the Pacific and the University of Akron in Ohio. Although he loves Ohio, he headed back to California and joined the staff at Delta College in 1997 as the assistant football coach. He continues to hold this position. He enjoys teaching Health Education and has been a volunteer for the Red Cross since 1999.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: bmasai@deltacollege.edu
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01
   Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
Course material: Docushare Health Education

Douglas Murray
Professor
Bio:
   B.A., California State University, East Bay
   M.A., California State University, East Bay

Coach Murray is highly respected in the coaching profession. Before coming to Delta, he was the Head Coach of the Stockton Lightning (Arena Football League 2). Prior to that, he served as an assistant coach at U.C. Davis, Menlo College, Chabot College and St. Mary’s High School in Stockton.

Coach Murray played his college football as a wide receiver at Allen Hancock College and California State University Hayward. He graduated with a B.A. in Sociology. He later returned to Hayward and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.

Discipline: Administration of Justice, Coaching, Kinesiology, Political Science
Office Phone: (209) 954-5229
Office Location: Budd 125
email: dmurray@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 10, Fitness Walking
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
    Physical Education Activity 42, Coach Defense Football
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Oelsner, Samantha
Bio:
A.A., San Joaquin Delta College
B.A., California State University, Chico California

Sam Oelsner joined the Delta College women’s basketball coaching staff in 2012.

Sam graduated from Galt High School in 2005 and helped the Warriors win their first SVC league title in 83 years. Sam is Galt’s all-time leading scorer. As a guard at Delta College, she took part in some of Coach Johnson’s most successful seasons. In her two seasons, the Mustangs compiled a 23-1 conference record and was a member of the 2006 California state championship runner-up team and the 2007 California state elite 8 team. In two seasons, Sam sank 103 3-pointers and was twice named Big 7 Honorable Mention.

In 2007, Sam transferred to Chico State to continue her basketball career. Sam was a member of a very successful Wildcat team that in 2008 won the CCAA conference title as well as the CCAA conference tournament. The Wildcats went on to the NCAA Sweet 16 that season. She also buried a team high 47% 3-pointers in the 2007-2008 season. Sam finished her playing career in 2009 with Chico State.

Sam has been coaching AAU basketball since she was 18. She has experience with all ages. She has been a head coach at Chico Junior high and Pleasant Valley High school. In 2011, she was an assistant coach for the Varsity team at Galt High.

In 2010, Sam graduated from Chico State with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology. She finished her Master’s degree in Kinesiology at Chico State in 2012. Sam lives in Galt with her dog, Jake.

 

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
email: soelsner@deltacollege.edu
Courses taught:
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning   
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Reed Peters
Professor
Bio:
   A.L. and B.S., University of Nevada, Las Vegas
   M.S., U.S. Sports Academy, Daphne, Alabama

Peters, a 1992 graduate of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, comes to Delta College with an impressive baseball resume both as a player and a coach. Peters' coaching career began at his alma mater, UNLV, where he was an assistant coach. In 1994, he left UNLV to take the head coaching job at Colby Community College in Colby, Kansas. In his four seasons at Colby, Peters posted a 123-80 record for a .600 winning percentage.

1999-2003 was spent at the Air Force Academy. The 2002 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year, Peters, in his first three seasons at Air Force won more conference games than any other Falcon coach in their first three seasons.

Peters was equally impressive in the classroom as he earned GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American honors in 1986. Peters earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from UNLV in 1992 and his Masters Degree in Sports Administration from the United States Sports Academy in 2005.

Discipline: Non-Credit Instruction, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5183
Office Location: Budd 124
email: rpeters@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Athletics 54, Baseball Team: Men
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Rich Ressa
Professor
Bio:
   B.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
   M.A., Saint Mary's College, Moraga, California

Ressa played for the University of the Pacific from 1989 to 1991, taught social studies and coached basketball for 11 years at Franklin High School before joining the coaching staff at Delta in 1997.

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
Office Phone: (209) 954-5219
Office Location: Budd 120
email: rressa@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Athletics 56, Basketball Team: Men
    Physical Education Activity 9, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
    Physical Education Activity 24, Basketball
Course material: Docushare Kinesiology

Christopher Rodriguez
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:

Coach Rodriguez joined the coaching staff in 2012 with the Mustangs. In 2013, both his catchers had great success. Jordan Devencenzi earned All American honors and signed with the University of Nevada. MArcus Mastrobuoni also had a solid year and committed to Cal State Stanislaus. He spent the previous seven years at Modesto Junior College where he was the Head Coach from 2009-12 and an assistant from 2007-2009. Chris handles the catchers, coaches third base and helps run the offense. He is also the recruiting coordinator.

Chris was a catcher at Modesto Junior College under Coach Bo Aiello. After the two seasons at Modesto Junior College, Chris was drafted by the Colorado Rockies and signed after the
1996 season. While playing with Colorado, Chris learned from former Major
Leaguers like Clint Hurdle and Jim Eppard. Chris received his Associates-
Degree from Modesto Junior College, a Bachelors degree from CSU Stanislaus
in Physical Education and Health, and his Masters degree in Sports Coaching from the United Sports Academy .

Discipline: Coaching, Kinesiology
email: crodriguez@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Health Education 01
   Physical Education Theory 049 Pscyhology of Sports
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Gary Scott
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
   B.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
   M.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California

Discipline: Coaching, Health Education, Non-Credit Instruction, Kinesiology
email: gscott@deltacollege.edu
Webpage
Courses taught:
    Athletics 52, Football Team: Men
    Health Education 01, Health Education
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 14, Weight Training
    Physical Education Theory 42, Coaching Offense Football
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Sharon West-Sell
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
B.S., California State University, Fresno, California
M.A., University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Ph.D., University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida



Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: swest-sell@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Health Education 01, Health Education
    Physical Education Theorgy 43, Introduction to
       Athletic Training
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Adrienne Sorenson
Associate Professor
Bio:
A.A., Sierra College, Rocklin, California
B.A., California State University, Stanislaus, California
M.A., Caifornia State University, Bakersfield, California

Sorenson was a junior college stand-out at Sierra College in Rocklin before earning a scholarship to play at Cal State Stanislaus where she graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology. Sorenson was a two time All-Conference player and four time Academic All-Conference player. Prior to coming to Delta, she was the top assistant coach at CSU Stanislaus where she was Recruiting Coordinator as well as Camp Director for 2 years. She earned a Master’s Degree in Education with emphasis in Physical Education from CSU Bakersfield. She has been involved in a variety of camps and clinics for the past 10 years and has been directing various camps in the central valley for 7 years. She looks forward to helping the community support of Delta Women’s Soccer grow through camps and clinics and looks forward to sharing her expertise with the youth players of the area.

Head Women's Soccer Coach Adrienne Sorenson is the 2015-16 NorCal Coach of the Year.

Discipline: Coaching, Health Education, Kinesiology
email:asorenson@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
   Athletics 61, Soccer Team
   Health Education 01, Health Education
   Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
   Physical Education Activity 10, Fitness Walking
   Physical Education Activity 26, Soccer

Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

Jill Toepfer
Adjunct Associate Professor
Bio:
A.A. San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, CA
B.A. University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
M.A. University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA

While attending Delta College, Jill was a member of the Women’s Basketball team.  They were the first Women’s Basketball team to make it to the State Tournament.  Upon transferring to the University of the Pacific, Jill was on the Dean’s List.  Later, she returned to Delta College as an Assistant  Coach to Gina Johnson.  She had an opportunity to be a part of the team that made it back to the State Tournament which was being hosted at the Spanos Center.

Jill currently is a full-time Physical Education teacher in the Tracy Unified School District.  Her goal is to instill a life-long interest in maintaining a healthy and active life.  In her spare time you can find her either at the gym or reading.

Discipline: Health Education, Kinesiology
email: jtoepfer@deltacollege.edu
Webpage:
Courses taught:
    Health Education 01, Heath Education
    Physical Education Activity 09, Individual Conditioning
    Physical Education Activity 13, Bowling
    Physcial Education Activity 24, Volleyball
Course material: Docushare Health Education - Kinesiology

 

 

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