Collegiate Sport Clubs News & Upcoming Events
CU Men’s Lacrosse 10-0 ranked 4th in the country! The University of Colorado Men’s Lacrosse team held onto their undefeated season in a close game against Chapman. Colorado, who recently moved up to 3rd in the MCLA rankings, took on the 5th ranked Panthers and pulled out a 9-8 victory. Read More.
Forget ‘March Madness’- Come See the University of Colorado Equestrian Team Compete for a Spot at the Intercollegiate National Horse Show at the Zone 8 Championships April 6-7 in Parker, CO. For more information click here
Men's & Women's Freestyle Ski Team Wins Nationals! CU Freestyle Ski Team took home not one but two National Championships, in both the men’s and women’s division.The USCSA National Freestyle Skiing Championship includes Slopestyle, Halfpipe, Big Air, and Skiercross events.
The trophies just keep on multiplying for CUFST. The Men and Women took gold in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe while Alexis Keeney and Ben Hitchcock took the overall individual championship. Read More.
Collegiate Sport Clubs
Club Sports is an organized competitive sports league that will send you out to compete with other universities. Students can participate in competitive sports that range from hockey, ultimate, swimming, baseball, lacrosse, and many other exciting opportunities!
Collegiate Sport Clubs Mission Statement
The Collegiate Sport Clubs Program provides students the opportunity to participate in competitive sport club against other intercollegiate teams as a means to enhance their collegiate experience and provide a vehicle for a well-rounded education through physical, social, and leadership development.
CU-Boulder identifies Collegiate Sport Clubs as a group of fee-paying students and recreation center members college-age or above, voluntarily organized for the purpose of furthering their common interests in a physical activity through participation and competition. CU students have the opportunity to enhance their college experience by choosing one of the 32 different sport clubs offered. Leadership opportunities include club administration, scheduling. budgeting, and fundraising. Most clubs are open to all experience levels-novice to the seasoned expert, with some clubs offering try-outs.
Club Sports Vs. Intramurals
Clubs regularly participate in scheduled practices and employ part-time coaches. Intramurals are teams of students competing against other students within CU, while club teams compete against other schools across Colorado and the nation. This differs from Intramurals which do not offer coaching or regular organized practices.