Exercise Science students at the Flagship campus recently enjoyed a series of sport performance assessments that included exercises to evaluate agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, and speed.

Nearly 100 students enjoyed the opportunity to take what they had been learning in the classroom and apply it to the hands-on experience.  “Based on the excellent results, it is clear to see why the Flagship student-athletes excel on the field as well as in the classroom,” said Julie Snyder, Keiser University department Chair Sport Medicine & Fitness Technology, Exercise Science.”