A Sport Club is a Registered Student Organization formed by individuals with a common interest and desire to participate in a favorite sport activity. Sport Clubs are officially sponsored by the Department of Campus Recreation. The Sport Club Program currently funds, guides, and facilitates 27 Active Sport Clubs. These clubs are: Adaptive Athletics, Aikido, Badminton, Billiards, Baseball, Climbing, Cricket, Cycling and Triathlon, DanceSport, Fencing, Gymnastics, Kendo, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Powerlifting, Roarin Raas, Men’s and Women’s Rugby, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Table Tennis, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Men's and Women’s Volleyball, Water Polo, and Wushu.
The Sport Club Program is an integral part of the Department of Campus Recreation. It fills the void between Intramural Sports and Intercollegiate Athletics. Sport Clubs give the university community an opportunity to participate in competitive sport activities, learn new skills, improve skill levels, and enjoy the recreational and social fellowship derived from sports involvement.
Every student is given the opportunity to try out for, and be part of any club; however, if a student joins a club sport team, playing time is not guaranteed. Membership in a club is free from discrimination based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic group, disability or national origin.