Saint Louis University Intramurals
Intramural sports at Saint Louis University are a fun opportunity to be active and interact with other students on campus.
Anyone wishing to sign up for intramural sports should visit shopcampusrec.slu.edu and select "Intramurals." Click "Register" to view activities currently available for registration.
The cost to play is $5 per person per sport, but participants are encouraged to purchase an Intramural Pass to play unlimited sports. An Intramural Pass costs $10 per semester or $15 per academic year, and can be purchased under "Memberships" on shopcampusrec.slu.edu prior to IM registration.
For questions, please contact our Intramural and Club Sport Coordinator at email@example.com or by phone at 314.977.7174
Campus Recreation and Wellness hires SLU students as officials for all games. No experience is necessary and all training will be provided. Interested students should complete an application on Handshake or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Saint Louis University Club Sports
Club sports are another opportunity for you to participate in fun, competitive sports at SLU. Our clubs compete against colleges and universities across the nation.
Clubs offer opportunities for people at all levels of athletic experience to develop valuable leadership skills. The level of competition varies between each club. Some clubs are intramural, which means they compete against other SLU students, others compete at the varsity level and travel across the country to national tournaments.
Club sports operate under the direction of SLU’s 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 — including how to form a new club — view the Club Sports Manual below or contact us at email@example.com
The badminton club practices twice a week in the Simon Recreation Center and is open to all skill levels.
Club baseball gives you the chance to enjoy playing baseball at a competitive level. Tryouts are in the fall, with games taking place in the fall and spring.
SLU’s women’s club basketball team competes and travels throughout the Midwest.
Founded in 2001, SLU’s rowing club practices five days a week from August to November, and from March to May. The team competes in regattas throughout the South and Midwest.
SLU’s cycling clubs allow new and seasoned road cyclists to experience collegiate racing throughout the region in the Midwest Collegiate Cycling Conference.
Take part in weekly riding lessons and participate in horse-related service sites. SLU’s equestrian club competes in Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association horse shows against other universities.
SLU Fencing meets twice a week at the Simon Recreation Center. Beginner equipment is provided, and fencers of all levels are welcome.
Part of the National Collegiate Club Golf Association, this club team provides you with the ability to play golf at a competitive level.
SLU’s ice hockey club is a Division II team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and a member of the Mid-American Collegiate Hockey Association. Each season, it plays 30 to 35 games against both conference and non-conference member universities.
SLU’s kayak club teaches and practices the fundamental skills of whitewater paddling. On the weekends, members travel to southern Missouri to paddle one of the Ozarks’ pristine whitewater streams.
Ever wanted to learn karate? Already a martial artist and need a place to work out? Come check out the SLU Karate Club! Started in 1991, SLU Karate was formed to instruct students in self-defense while teaching the traditional Korean style Tang Soo Do. Classes are 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday and Thursday, in the Simon Recreation Center (Multipurpose Room 1 on the lower level). No experience is necessary. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
SLU’s Division II club lacrosse team participates in the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference of the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association.
The club competes in fall and spring semesters and is part of the West Conference of Division II of the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse League.
Pickleball is a new club sport on campus open to SLU students of all skill levels.
Established in 1957, SLU Rugby is a member of the Gateway Collegiate Rugby Conference. It competes in the USA Rugby’s Collegiate Division II.
Run two to 15 miles in Forest Park, Tower Grove Park and other St. Louis locations.
SLU’s men’s soccer club is open to undergraduates and graduates who want to play the sport at a highly competitive level. The team 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.
This club provides swimmers of all skill levels the opportunity to regularly train together and compete in club swim meets across the country.
This club offers all students an opportunity to play competitive table tennis. Practices are held weekly, and regional collegiate tournaments are held twice a year.
A student-led sports club that practices the traditional Korean martial art of taekwondo.
This is a club for students who want to keep playing competitive tennis in college. Tryouts are held in the fall, and practices are held twice a week.
SLU’s Open Ultimate Club Frisbee members train and travel with any current students, faculty or staff who are interested in learning about or playing Ultimate Frisbee.
Ultimate Frisbee is a fun and active sport that is played with a disc. No experience is required. It is a great way to be active and stay in shape while making new friends.
SLU’s men’s club volleyball team travels in the fall and spring and competes in the Midwest Plains Volleyball Conference and at the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation nationals.
SLU’s women’s volleyball competitive club team holds tryouts in the fall and travels to compete in tournaments as well as National Collegiate Volleyball Federation nationals each year.
SLU’s water polo team provides an opportunity for you to learn, participate and compete in the sport at the intercollegiate level.
Club members spend time doing outdoor activities including hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, cliff jumping, snowboarding, caving and backpacking.