The Club Sports Program provides opportunities for special
recreational interest groups in a variety of sports activities
including competitive, noncompetitive, recreational and
instructional programs. All clubs are open to current students,
faculty and staff. The clubs are student organized and there are
opportunities for students to form new clubs if there is enough
Club Sports must register as a Campus Organization via OrgSync and meet all general requirements to be a campus organization. Additionally, Club Sport organizations must work with the Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation Department regarding additional training, facility reservations, accounting, waivers, travel, risk reduction, weather and other policies.
The following clubs provide the participants with team competition against other colleges: badminton, basketball, crew, equestrian, ice hockey, lacrosse, quidditch, rugby, running, sailing, soccer, squash, tennis, triathlon, ultimate frisbee, volleyball and water polo. Other recreational clubs include: bowling, cheerleading, clay target, dance, fencing, gymnastics, outdoor, rock climbing, skiing, taekwondo, yoga and ZUMBA. It is the responsibility of participants to take necessary precautions to avoid injury during club sport practices, travel or competition. Club Sports Guidelines and additional information are available at the bottom of the page.
All clubs are open to students, faculty and staff. The club teams are student organized and there are opportunities for students to form new clubs if there is enough interest. For more information contact Recreation Director Lynn Schweizer.
Ice Hockey (men)
Lacrosse (men & women)
Rock Climbing (co-ed) *
|Rugby (men & women)
Ski (co-ed) *
Squash (men & women)
Ultimate Frisbee (co-ed)
Volleyball (men & women)
Water Polo (co-ed)
* Part of the Outdoor Club
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