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Looking to get involved in a student-run physical activity? Club Sports offers one of the most diverse selection of sports on campus. From ice hockey to fencing, we've got you covered.

About Club Sports

The Penn State Club Sports Program oversees student organizations whose primary mission is to further sport and physical activity on campus. These organizations are student-run and give students the opportunity to develop leadership skills in budget, organization, and time management. All club sport organizations compete under the purview of a national governing body with an emphasis on intercollegiate competition and incorporate the learning of sport-specific skills through instruction. Club sport organizations may select members through a tryout process.


All undergraduate and graduate students registered for at least one credit hour at the University Park campus are eligible to join a club.

  • Intercollegiate athletes are not eligible to participate in Club Sports. Please contact the senior assistant director of Competitive Sports with any specific questions.
  • Students enrolled at the World Campus are not considered University Park students unless they are also enrolled in at least one credit hour at the University Park campus.
  • Faculty/Staff and Community members are not eligible to participate in Club Sports.
Club List

Click on the club name you are interested in for specific information on each club including practice days, times, and contact information.





Men's Basketball

Women's Basketball

Bass Fishing







Cross Country




Equestrian - English

Equestrian - Western


Field Hockey

Figure Skating



Men's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey

Indoor Winter Guard


Men's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse





Roller Hockey


Ski Club - Alpine Racing

Men's Soccer

Women's Soccer



Table Tennis


Team Handball


Track & Field

Trap & Skeet



Men's Ultimate Frisbee

Women's Ultimate Frisbee

Men's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball

Men's Water Polo

Women's Water Polo



*Individual club sports organization websites are maintained by the club sports organization student officers and members, not the Club Sports Program. Views expressed on club websites are not necessarily the views of the Club Sports Program, the Department, or Penn State.

Club Forms & Manuals

Club Sports Manual

The Penn State Club Sports Officer Manual serves as the complete guide to all of the policies and procedures required of any Penn State Club Sport.

Participation Agreement & Waiver Instructions

Each member of a club must complete a PA/Waiver prior to participation in any club activities. This includes faculty/staff, recreational members. The Club Sports PA/Waiver is an online submission through Penn State Campus Recreation’s FUSION portal. Detailed instructions on accessing and completing the waiver are found on this form.

Safety Officer Form

Any club member serving as a Safety Officer for their club must complete this form and provide copies of current and valid CPR, AED and First Aid Certifications. Only certifications from the following organizations are accepted: American Red Cross (ARC), American Heart Association (AHA), and Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI) and must be obtained from taking an in-person or blended learning course (online-only certs are not accepted).

Incident Form

For any incident or injury that occurs during a club event, a Club Officer must complete an Incident Form and submit it to the Competitive Sports Office within 48 hours of the incident.

Vehicle Authorization Form

This form must be completed by the driver, printed out, and turned in with copies of the primary driver’s license, the car’s registration, and proof of insurance. Any additional drivers must also provide a copy of their license. NOTE: The owner of the vehicle is required to sign this form.

Coach/Instructor Application Form

This form should be completed, printed and signed by any individual who is looking to coach/instructor a Club Sport. Remember, there is additional paperwork required for becoming a Club Sport Coach, and all Coaches must be approved by a Competitive Sport Coordinator.

Visiting Club Guide

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