All across campus, student-athletes who participate in Saint Michael’s club sports enjoy all the pleasures of the sport, but without the obligations of varsity athletics.
Club sports are a great opportunity to meet new people, exercise, master skills or just pick up a new pastime. All skill levels are welcome.
The Cycling Club works to introduce new people to mountain and road biking and to field a competitive racing team for both the fall mountain bike and spring road seasons. Club funds are used to make competitive cycling as affordable as possible for students by subsidizing travel and entry fees.
Rugby (Men’s & Women’s)
Saint Michael’s College Rugby Club provides any Saint Michael’s undergraduate the opportunity to play rugby. This club is a member of USA Rugby and competes in Rugby Northeast, the first Division II Collegiate Rugby Conference in the United States.
Alpine Race Club (ARC)
The Saint Michael’s College Alpine Racing Club team will provide an opportunity for student-athletes who want to continue to pursue ski racing while also pursuing a college degree, and to do so at a very competitive level, be coached professionally, and trained on a top-rated northern New England alpine race hill.
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Ski and Snowboarding Club
This club connects skiers and snowboarders around their shared interest of enjoying this winter sport. The club annually sponsors a Rail Jam or Jib Fest on campus for the campus community to enjoy. The club is also open to skiers and snowboarders of all abilities who wish to participate.
Advisor: Karen Popovich
The Track Club is devoted to promoting running and field events for students. Club members participate in track and field meets, road races, trail races and marathons. The Track Club welcomes athletes of all abilities, particularly those looking for self-improvement and increased physical fitness, as well as seasoned athletes looking for hard-core competition opportunities.
Advisor: Molly Peters
Ultimate Frisbee Club
This 25-plus person group hosts tournaments and travels statewide for fun, co-ed community-oriented team competitions. The club has daily practice outside Durick Library at 4:00 p.m. The club focuses on serving up a P-Day Hazy Day Frisbee Tournament and while Ultimate Frisbee is a relatively new organization, frisbee clubs have been playing on the Saint Michael’s green since the 1980s.