CLUB SPORTS AT UGA
Something for Everyone!
The Club Sports Program at the University of Georgia, administered by the Department of Recreational Sports, is comprised of 46 unique clubs. Each Club Sport team is designed to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities. Our clubs are instructional, recreational and/or competitive in nature and are strictly voluntary. Club sports are student-initiated, student-led organizations officially registered with the University. Several clubs are competitive and compete against other schools and universities, and in some cases against varsity teams, at the state, regional and national level.
Each club is formed, developed, governed and administered by the student membership of that particular club, working in conjunction with the Club Sport Office. The key to the success of this program is student leadership, interest, involvement and participation.
Involvement in a Club Sport enhances the student's overall education experience while also providing them with diverse athletic opportunities.
Sailing finished 7th in their competition in Seneca, SC.
Rowing traveled to Clemson, SC. Veterans placed 3rd and 5th in the 4+ and 3rd in the 8+, Novice placed 2nd in the 4+ and the 8+A was 2nd overall. Novice Men's 4+ was third overall, Varsity Men's lightweight 4+ was 3rd overall.
Triathlon competed in Clermont, FL. Gregory Lancaster won 1st place for collegiate males.
Softball had a very successful weekend in Statesboro, beating Georgia Southern in all 3 games played.
Whitewater traveled to Elijay, Georgia where Shaun Goh made major strides for the team.
Gymnastics competed at Emory and the Men's team placed 2nd overall.
Equestrain competed against several colleges over the weekend and placed 6th out of 12 teams for the year. Amelia Nowicki will be moving on to the Zone Championships at Berry College!
Men's Lacrosse faced off against Auburn, winning 14-4. Michael Trainer led the way with 5 goals and 2 assists. The team also traveled to Clemson this past weekend and beat Clemson 8-5.