This course will develop the traditional Liberal Arts statistics within a sports setting. Unlike most statistics courses, this course asks students to complete the entire statistical process - asking questions, collecting data, analyzing data, and making conclusions - starting in Chapter 1. The course makes use of simulation to help answer statistical questions, removing the need for sampling distributions and ‘appropriate’ statistical assumptions and tests to perform tests of hypotheses. The critical concepts of the p-value and the null and alternative hypotheses, and hypothesis testing, are introduced in chapter one, beginning with a single proportion and moving on to two proportions, means and variances. Assessment strategies include quizzes, exams and projects (which we call investigations) after each chapter.