Club sports provide an opportunity for students to participate in fun, competitive sports. The sport clubs compete against other colleges and universities across the nation. Clubs offer opportunities for all levels of experience to receive valuable leadership skills. The level of competition does vary between each club. Some clubs are intramural, while others compete at the varsity level. Some clubs even travel across the United State and participate in National Tournaments!
Club sports operate under the direction of the Department of Campus Recreation. Each club must register with the Student Government Association and the Department of Campus Recreation. For more information about Club Sports contact Sam Kelner at email@example.com.
Sport Club Forms
• Collegiate Sport Clubs Operations Manual
The badminton club practices twice a week in the Simon Recreation Center. Open to all skill levels!
Giving students the chance to play competitive baseball and enjoy doing so. Tryouts in the fall, games both fall and spring.
The Women's Club Basketball team exists to give young women at SLU the opportunity to compete and travel throughout the Midwest.
The bowling club is open to all SLU students. Practices take place at Moolah Lanes on Lindell Boulevard.
Founded in 2001 the team practices five days a week from Aug. to Nov., and from Mar. to May. We travel to regattas in the South and Midwest.
An avenue for new and seasoned road cyclists to experience collegiate racing throughout the Midwest in the MWCCC conference.
Weekly riding lessons and participation in horse-related service sites. Beginning in Fall 2012, we will show in IHSA horse shows against other universities.
SLU Fencing meets twice a week at the Simon Rec. Beginner equipment is provided and fencers of all levels are welcome.
Co-ed team travels playing other universities and holds scrimmages on campus and in the St. Louis area.
Part of the NCCGA and founded for the purpose of providing students with the ability to play golf at a competitive level.
Handball, one of the world's oldest sports, is currently enjoying a surge in popularity. A great full-body workout for both beginners and experts.
A Division II team in the ACHA and a member of the MACHA. Each season schedules 30-35 games against both conference and non-conference member universities.
Founded in 1991, SLU Karate Club has withstood the test of time to become a well-respected martial arts school on the campus of Saint Louis University.
Teach and practice the fundamental skills of whitewater paddling. On the weekends, we travel to southern MO to paddle one of the Ozark's pristine whitewater streams.
A division 2 club Lacrosse team participating in the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference of the MCLA.
Compete in both fall and spring semesters and are a part of the West conference of Division II of the WCLL.
Providing a medium for beginning to advanced players to play racquetball for recreation or competition in St. Louis.
The club competes on weekends against various Midwest colleges and has gone to nationals seven years. Practices are held twice a week.
Established in 1957, SLU Rugby is a member of the Gateway Collegiate Rugby Conference competes in the USA Rugby's Collegiate Division 2.
Run distances ranged from 2 miles to 15 miles in areas such as the Saint Louis Arch, Forest Park and Tower Grove Park.
Both undergraduates and graduates, who desire to play soccer at a highly competitive level. The club is part of the Kansas Missouri Soccer League.
A great team for those interested in playing competitive soccer. All women, experienced or not, are encouraged to come to tryouts held in the fall and spring.
Part of the National Club Softball Association, playing conference games in the fall and spring with a chance to go to Nationals.
A newer club that is part of the MCSA as an emerging team and is open to all levels.
Providing new and experienced swimmers the opportunity to regularly train together and compete in club swim meets across the country.
The Salle Saint Louis is a traditional European martial arts fighting school that practices once a week and is for beginning to advanced participants.
Offering all students an opportunity to play in competitive table tennis. Practices held weekly regional collegiate tournaments held twice a year.
Tai Chi Chuan offers physical training and relaxation, alleviating stress and allowing for better awareness of balance, breathing, coordination, and flexibility.
A club for students who want to keep playing competitive tennis in college. Tryouts are held in the fall and practices are held twice per week.
Two teams, we teach, train, and travel with any current students, faculty, or staff who are interested in learning about and/or playing ultimate frisbee.
Recognized for 15 years as a club sport, the team travels in fall and spring, competes in the MWPVC and at NCVF Nationals.
A competitive club team that holds tryouts in the fall and travels to compete in tournaments as well as NCVF nationals each year.
Water Polo (Men's)
Providing an opportunity for the students to learn, participate, and compete in the sport of water polo at the intercollegiate level.
Water Polo (Women's)
Competitive women's water polo team that travels an plays in both fall and spring semesters.
Wilderness Adventure Club
A club that enjoys spending time doing outdoor activities including hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, cliffjumping, snowboarding, caving, and backpacking.