Club Sports

Giving to Club Sport Teams

Giving to Club Sport Teams

Clubs need a variety of funding, including player dues and gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of the programs. Support a Club Sport team today!

Club Sports at St. Edward’s University provides students a variety of opportunities to learn a new sport, stay fit, make friends, and compete against other university club and varsity teams around the nation. Club sport teams meet regularly for practices, demonstrations, meetings, training, and games, and compete on a regional and national level against other schools and universities.

Interested in trying out for a Club Sport team? Check out the list below, follow the link to their pages, or CLICK HERE for a current list of Club Sport officers to contact.

Practices begin January 14, 2019

Spring 2019 Club Sport Practice Schedule

Try-Out Dates for Fall 2018

SEU DANCE: 9/6 Alumni Gym
Women’s Club Volleyball: 9/5 8pm RCC
Men’s Basketball: 9/14 8pm RCC
Women’s Basketball: 9/4 8pm RCC
Rowing: 9/15 – 9/20 FREE WEEK
Men’s Soccer: TBD
Men’s Lacrosse: 9/5 5pm Recreation Field
Rugby: 8/28 5pm Lower Soccer Field
Women’s Lacrosse: 9/6, 9/9 and 9/11 Recreation Field 5pm
Tennis: 9/18 and 9/20 Tennis Courts 5pm
Women’s Soccer: 8/27 and 8/29 Lower Soccer Field 5pm
Climbing: 9/11 Crux Climbing Center TBD
Men’s Volleyball: 9/10 and 9/12 RCC Gym 8pm
Swimming: 9/4 and 9/6  POOL

Interested in starting a new Club Sport? 

Contact us to set up a meeting and discuss your options. We encourage all students interested in starting a new club sport to email andyl [at] (Andy Lemons), Director of Recreation and Wellness, to set up an initial meeting.

Club Sport Teams

Club Sport Teams 2018 - 2019

Men's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse


Men's Soccer

Men's Basketball


Women's Soccer

Men's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball

Rowing / Crew

Climbing Club

Women's Basketball



Dance Team


Club Sport Social Media Accounts

"I am so happy I joined club soccer. I didn't have any friends at St. Edward's before joining and was seriously considering transferring. Now I have a great group friends and a place where I belong. These programs are such a great addition to the university and are diverse enough that anyone can find a place to fit in." — Women's Club Soccer Player '16