Do you have the skills, passion and desire it takes to be the member of a traveling sports team?
As a part of the Department of Campus Recreation, the Sport Club Program is designed to provide opportunities for the Upstate community to further their common interests in an activity through participation and competition. Each program is a registered student organization, designed to bring together students with similar sporting interests. These programs are devised to promote and develop student leadership and development within the organization.
Below are the current active Sport Clubs here at USC Upstate.
The purpose and/or mission of the USC Upstate Club Basketball Team is to give basketball players a more competitive league to play in than what is offered through the intramural program. Many girls and boys who have played basketball in high school are used to a higher level of competition, more specific rules and experienced referees. This league will give these players a chance to be a part of a team again, a team that is working hard to achieve the same goal.
This club is open for men and women who are passionate about the sport of basketball and would love the opportunity to increase their competitive level of play or knowledge of the sport.
For more information contact Mark Ritter.
The mission of the Women’s Club Lacrosse Team here at Upstate is to give women the opportunity to play at the college level without the college level stress. Lacrosse is one of the oldest sports played in time, but it is growing in the South as the years pass. The game of lacrosse is fast, competitive, and involves teamwork. Having that experience will help you throughout any career. This club is open to women who are willing to learn about and play lacrosse while increasing knowledge of being a part of a team.
USC Club Soccer
The purpose or mission of USC CLUB SOCCER shall be to establish a safe and competitive space to which dedicated individuals can play soccer and compete against other competitors. Not only will we compete, but we shall have fun doing so. Our goal is to create a club that will continue to grow each and every semester and attract others who want to play competitive soccer.
Create Your Own Club
Don't see a club listed that you'd be interested in? If so, start your own!
For more information on starting your new club, contact Mark Ritter.
Important forms required for all current club members.
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