Sport Clubs

Sport Clubs are a great way to get involved in an activity that you love or have an interest in.  These student organizations are supported by Campus Recreation but are primarily organized by students.  

How to form a club?

Starting a club is easy.  

  • Contact the Director of Campus Recreation.
  • Organize an interest meeting. Clubs must have at least 5 active members.
  • Get a faculty or staff advisor.
  • Create a Constitution and By laws (using a template)

Current Active Clubs include:

Archery We are dedicated to strengthening the spirit of archery through training, fellowship, and competition. Experienced and non-experienced archers are all welcome to shoot with us and make new friends. Arianna Reichardt Nick Wright

The Dance Team performs at traditional campus events and during half-time at home basketball games.

Tryouts and practices will be announced soon!

Angell Jenkins Mary Robison
Outdoor We are a growing club that focuses on outdoor activities. The club participates in activities such as whitewater rafting, ziplining, camping and rock climbing. The clubs purpose is to get students involved with their peers while being physically active. AAron McKim Jenny Shearer
Quidditch   Jordan Corl Dr. Aaron Culley

We compete against clubs from other schools in the area. Play Rugby!

Carter Fields Dr. John Acquaviva

Ultimate Frisbee

We are a competitive, co-ed, traveling ultimate frisbee team. It is a unique sport for all types of people. We encourage all skill levels (even if you don't know what the sport is) to come and check it out. Will Heisner Nick Delangie