Campus Recreation

Club Sports

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Did you play high school sports? Have that competitive edge? Club sports might be the place for you! UMass Lowell's club sport teams bridge the gap between intramurals and varsity athletics, allowing participants to enjoy extramural competition without the pressures of highly structured varsity sports. Clubs are student directed, with members being required to assume responsibility for organizing contests and fundraising activities, while also providing a great opportunityintercollegiate-horse_opt to develop leadership skills. Most club teams compete in leagues against other local and regional teams and some teams even compete in national competitions.

Purpose

Sport clubs are recognized student organizations that offer a unique campus experience emphasizing a specified sportne-rugby_opt or physical activity, student development and leadership activities.Sport clubs are strictlyvoluntary and student

managed and offer activities that are recreational, instructional and competitive in nature.

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Membership is available to full-time undergraduate students. Associate membership is available to full-time graduate students, faculty andstaff. Associate members may participate in club activities but may not hold office and do not have voting rights.

Sports Networks

Tennis, surfing and cycling networks have been created to connect members of the UMass Lowell community who share common

usa-rugby_optrecreational interests in activities that are not yet recognized club sports. To join, click the above links.

Online registration is now available. For more information, contact Liz Carr, Graduate Assistant for Club Sports at 978-934-2308 or Club_Sports@uml.edu. Liz's office is inside the Campus Recreation Main Office, room 102.

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