With over 50 clubs to choose from, Sport Clubs are student-run organizations for those who have a passion for a particular sport or who want to learn a new sport. The Sport Clubs program emphasizes leadership, education and service through the sports it offers.
Sport Clubs are open to University of Florida students, faculty, staff and spouses of any skill level and offer the opportunity to compete with other colleges throughout the state, region and nation.
“It is pure bliss to have others as excited to do stupid workouts that will leave us beat and limping around for some time”, said Trevor Tilly, a 28-year-old UF PhD student and member of the tri-gator team.Tilly practices almost everyday by swimming, biking, running, rollerblading, strength training and stretching to train for Tri-Gators.He even says, “ I also started […]
Weekend Wrap UpOctober 15thThis weekend was a busy one for our Competitive Sports Staff with competitions, flash tournaments and a round robin all happening right here on our campus. Friday night, a cornhole flash tournament took place. Students formed teams, and came out to enjoy the nice weather at Broward Courts. In attendance were 16 teams, and a lot of […]
UF Water Polo Triumphs after Hardship in San Francisco
The UF Water Polo Women's club team has had an unforgettable 2018 season so far. The size of their program nearly doubled from 2017 to 2018, and the A team is currently ranked #1 in the Southeast region and #4 nationally!"We recently traveled to California to compete against some of our biggest competition and we left the tournament with 3 wins and 1 loss to #1 UC Davis," […]
The Florida Gators Bring Home a National Championship Title
Gainesville, Florida – On January 7th, 2018, the Florida Women’s Flag Football team conquered the FAMU Rattlers in overtime to bring home their first National Championship title.Club President, Amanda Chromiak, said it was the team’s 4th time playing FAMU within the 2017 season, so the game was very familiar to both. In order to win, both teams knew they would need to […]
You may know the UF Men’s Club Lacrosse team by their impressive stats on the field, but what they do off the fields is even more impressive. For the past couple of years, the UF Men’s Lacrosse team has supported the UF Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program in honor of their former team captain, Jamie Chapin, who passed away from brain cancer in 2011. The idea to honor Jamie’s […]