Who are the Billikens? Saint Louis University is the only NCAA Division I school in St. Louis. The Saint Louis University Billikens compete on 18 different teams, including:
|Baseball||Men's Indoor Track & Field
||Men's Swimming & Diving|
||Women's Indoor Track & Field||Women's Swimming & Diving
|Women's Basketball||Men's Outdoor Track & Field||Men's Tennis
|Men's Cross Country
||Women's Outdoor Track & Field||Women's Tennis
|Women's Cross Country
Whom do the Billikens compete against?
SLU belongs to the Atlantic 10 Conference, which includes Dayton, Duquesne, Fordham, George Washington, George Mason, La Salle, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, Saint Joseph's and Virginia Commonwealth universities.
Where do the Billikens play on SLU's campus?
The men's and women's Billiken basketball teams play in Chaifetz Arena with as many as 10,600 fans looking on. The adjacent Chaifetz Pavilion hosts volleyball matches. Catch a Billiken soccer game at Hermann Stadium or watch baseball and softball games at the Billiken Sports Center. Track and field teams compete at the Medical Center Stadium.
Where do I get tickets to Billikens games? Tickets are necessary for men's and women's Billiken basketball, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball games. Free tickets and reduced price tickets are available for SLU students.
How can I show my SLU spirit? The SLUnatics cheer on the Billiken men's basketball team while the Billiken Band, open to Saint Louis University students of all majors and alumni, rocks Chaifetz Arena on game night.
Legion 1818 supports the men's and women's soccer teams while fans of any and all Billiken teams sport SLU spirit in the form of T-shirts, hats, bumper stickers and just about everything else. Buy your gear from Billiken Athletics or the Saint Louis University bookstore.
What is SLU's fight song?
Saint Louis University's fight song is "When the Saints Go Marching In."
What else do I need to know? Saint Louis University is also home to dozens of intramural and club sports teams, from rowing and fencing to rugby and lacrosse. Both are hosted at the University's 120,000 square-foot Simon Recreation Center, which is free for all SLU students. The center also has aquatics and fitness classes from kettleball to Zumba.