There are 17 competitive club sport teams at SCU that compete locally, regionally and nationally against other universities.
Currently the program is suspended until further notice. The progam is not accepting new members at this time. Prospective members are authorized to participate in team bonding events only. The next program update will be announced on December 1, 2020.
Club Descriptions and Websites
The Campus Recreation Club Sports program is currently capped with 17 competitive clubs. We will not be accepting applications for any additional Club Sports for the upcoming academic year. Students who wish to be part of a competitive team should consider joining one of these clubs, playing intramural sports, or signing up for a local sports league. Students who want to start a “recreational” club that will not compete against other universities will need to go through Associated Students to become a Registered Student Organization.
Interested in finding out more information about a Club Sport team? Attend their Virtual Team Informational meeting. No experience necessary and attending one of these meetings does not commit yourself to join the program. Check out our Prospective Athletes site for virtual zoom meeting information.
Club websites are not maintained by Campus Recreation. Views expressed on club websites are not necessarily the views of the Campus Recreation Program.
For convenience, you can click the link below associated with the team you want to learn more about. The links below will take you to individual Club Sport websites.
|Women's Field Hockey||Men's Ice Hockey||Men's Lacrosse|
|Women's Lacrosse||Men's Rugby||Women's Rugby|
|Triathlon||Men's Ultimate||Women's Ultimate|
|Men's Volleyball||Women's Club Volleyball|