Come out and cheer on the Seawolves! Athletics sponsors NCAA Division I level intercollegiate competition in the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, indoor and outdoor track, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball.
Sports Complex Facilities
The Sports Complex facilities include courts for basketball, volleyball, racquetball, squash, badminton, a running track, a dance studio, an exercise room, a weight room, lockers, and a pool. The outdoor facilities include tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, baseball, softball, and soccer fields, multipurpose fields for intramural competition, beach volleyball courts, and a new football/lacrosse stadium. To gain access to the indoor facility, students must present their University identification cards at the main entrance. If a student brings a guest, a $5 usage fee must be paid for the guest to enter the Sports Complex. Call 632-7200.
The Department of Campus Recreation sponsors many programs for the University Community, including Intramural Sports, Fitness and Non-Credit Instructional Programs, Informal Recreation, Special Events, Sport Clubs, and the Equipment Rental Area. Our primary goal is to enhance the quality of life on campus for students, faculty, and staff by providing a diverse range of programs and facilities to meet your recreational needs.
Intramural sports offer opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to participate in team and individual sport competitions, including flag football, basketball, volleyball, indoor and outdoor soccer, floor hockey, softball, beach volleyball, and bowling. Special tournaments are scheduled for badminton, squash, tennis, wallyball, and racquetball. Individuals as well as teams are encouraged to participate in intramurals. Teams are usually formed from residence hall groups, Greek student organizations, student organizations, and often simply a group of friends.
Informal recreation, commonly referred to as "Open Rec," gives you the opportunity to participate in drop-in activities such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, indoor soccer, racquetball, squash, swimming, and fitness activities. Weekly schedules are available through the Department of Campus Recreation and on our Web site.
A comprehensive Sport Clubs Program is an integral part of campus recreation. It fills the void between intramural sports activities and intercollegiate athletics. Sport clubs give members of the University community an opportunity to participate in highly competitive sports activities, learn new skills, improve skill level, and enjoy the recreational and social benefits derived from sports involvement. Sport clubs are formed by individuals motivated by a common interest and desire to participate in a favorite sports activity. A sport club may be oriented toward competition, teaching, recreation, or solely for social purposes.
The Eugene Weidman Wellness Center is located on the third floor of the Student Activities Center. Amenities include free membership, locker rooms and showers, cardiovascular equipment, strength training machines, and free weights. Two dance studios are located in the basement of the Student Activities Center. Non-credit fitness classes are scheduled in the dance studios for step aerobics, yoga, body sculpting, kickboxing, tai chi, and low-impact aerobics. Special Wellness Workshops feature informative sessions on sport demonstrations, fitness training sessions, and classes designed around a specific activity. For information on individual and group programs, call (631) 632-6850.