2018-2019 Program Highlights
- The Cycling Club finished 4th in the nation once again, with rider Zach Calton finishing 3rd in the Individual Omnium. Lia Westermann took 2nd place in Dual Slalom, Downhill, and the Individual Omnium at Nationals.
- Marksmanship's Rachel Cantrell finished 7th in the nation in Sport Pistol and recieved 3 different All-American Awards.
- Rugby competed at this year's 7s National Tournament in Tucson, Arizona
- Swim and Dive Club finished 2nd in the 50 back at Nationals and saw 21 new team records set this year.
- Men's Water Polo finished their season ranked 2nd in the nation and sported 4 National All-Tournament Team Members.
- Boxing Club's Darina Martin came up close with a 2nd place finish at Nationals this year, and finished as an All-American.
2018-2019 Sport Club Banquet Award Winners
Team of the Year – Women's Ultimate
Female Athlete of the Year - Lia Westermann
Male Athlete of the Year – John Goodman
Academic Athlete of the Year – Connor Morgan
Rookie of the Year – Darina Martin
Current Sport Clubs
The purpose of the University of Utah Alpine Ski Club is to provide a safe environment where students can continue or begin their individual and team ski racing careers. We hope to make the team inclusive to all students, yet competitive in the USCSA, FIS and USSA sanctioned events. The club team will serve as a stepping stone for building character, improving team skills, friendship, physical fitness, mental focus, time management skills and attaining goals.
President: Ashley Loamel
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- The University of Utah Boxing Club was established in 2014. The Boxing Club is the 7th team in the Pac 12 to join the National Collegiate Boxing Association. The NCBA is a amateur boxing league through USA Boxing. USA Boxing has been an organized sport since 1888. Athletes include Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, and Floyd Mayweather to name a few
- The Combat room, located in the George S. Eccles Student Life Center, is where most training will occur. For more information please send an email
- There are 14 tournaments per school. Tournaments are located as far west as California, and as far east as New York
- The club is coed, any matriculated student is eligible. The club is open to both athletes that are trying to compete and those just looking to train and learn more about boxing
President: Darina Martin
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The University of Utah Cycling Club/Team is organized to provide college students an opportunity to share a common interest in cycling, learn crucial interpersonal skills, increase leadership skills, and race in USA Cycling collegiate races.
President: Matt Hunter
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- The University of Utah Skatin’ Utes practice several times per week, usually on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Practices occur from August through March. The game schedule has 30-40 games per season, including several out of state road trips and usually 14 home games at the SLC Sports Complex, located right next to campus
- The Skatin’ Utes training program also includes year-round dryland, weight, and flexibility training at either the Salt Lake City Sports Center or the University of Utah HPER training center, located on campus
- The George S. Eccles Student Life Center is also home to the Sport Club Athletic Training Clinic which offers athletic training for University of Utah Hockey players. The clinic operates in conjunction with the best sports medicine facility available in Utah, provided by the University of Utah Orthopedic Center
- The Skatin’ Utes have played in the PAC-8 hockey conference since 2011 and are the 2013 & 2015 PAC-8 Champions. In addition, the Skatin’ Utes are the 2015 Wasatch Cup Champions and finished the 2014-15 season ranked #6 in the Nation. Our training and coaching staff are available year round and are fully committed to the success of our student athletes
President: AJ Boldan
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Kendo is a Japanese martial art that teaches the way of the sword. Participants use bamboo swords and protective gear to spar and learn techniques. Students of all genders are welcome to attend a practice to learn more about Kendo.
President: Alex Cherry
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The University of Utah Men’s Lacrosse Program is a member of the Division I Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC) which is one of 9 conferences that make up the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA). The RMLC is widely regarded as the most elite conference having accumulated 12 National Championships in the past 17 years. Our program is often recognized as a top 25 program in the country and we compete annually for a National Championship.
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We are the Utah Women’s Lacrosse Club team. In the time of our existence, we have been very successful and have represented the University of Utah with class and dedication. Our 2015 season ended on a high note, with our players taking home 2nd place at the WCLA Division II National Tournament; as well as athletic and academic awards from several of our athletes.
Utah Women’s Lacrosse opens up the doors for female students to represent the University by competing at a collegiate level with the added freedom of experiencing all aspects of college life. Our club has the best facilities available: both indoor and outdoor full size turf fields, weight training room, full-time coaches, athletic trainers, a faculty advisor, and a club sports director. In addition to team fees, we receive additional funding from the University, fundraisers, and the Ute Women’s Lacrosse non-profit organization. Utah Women’s Lacrosse goes above and beyond to give its players the best possible experience both on the field and in the classroom.
On average we have played 25 games per season, more than any other team in the WCLA. These games take place at tournaments across the country, as well as our home field.
President: Maddy Finlayson
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President: Rachell Cantrell
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President: Isaac Canedo-Cabrera
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The University of Utah has a proud tradition of rugby dating back to the 1970’s. Since 2002, Utah has reached the final four in the national championship four times, and the elite eight every year but one. We continue that tradition today, with both 7’s and 15’s competing at the elite levels against such rugby powerhouses as Cal Berkeley and BYU. The 2015 season concluded with us taking 4th place nationally in the 7’s National Championship and finishing 6th nationally in 15’s as National Tournament Semi-Finalists. In 2011 we took the Bronze Medal in the 7’s National Tournament and were USA Rugby National Tournament Semi-Finalists in the same year. 2010 gave us a crown jewel of being the 7’s National Champions. If you are interested in adding your rugby talents to this storied group, learning to play rugby or are anywhere in between, there is a place for you with us.
President: Alex Egan
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The University of Utah Men’s Soccer Club plays in National Soccer Club Championship (NIRSA) series in Region VI. The club is a not-for-profit 501 (c) organization. The team plays friendly matches in the Spring and official games in the Fall. All practices and home matches are held at the McCarthey Family Track and Field complex. Matches in the fall are primarily played on Friday evenings and Saturdays. The team is made up of approximately 25 experienced, competitive players that love the game and want to win. John Goodman now serves as club president and current team coach is Rob Karas.
Club Website: http://utahmenssoccer.com
President: Christian Zuniga
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Founded in 2016, the University of Utah Women's Soccer Club was created to promote competition and friendship for those who have the dedication to be a part of an ambitious female soccer team. With tryouts at the beginning of the school year, this allows us to hold practices twice a week, with scheduled competition all throughout the Fall. Games include playing teams from the Utah area/teams from surrounding states, and a possible appearance at Regionals depending on our success. The team coaches are Luke Tedesco and Chris Madsen.
President(s): Syd Bowling and Dani Johnson
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Founded in the summer of 2014, University of Utah Club Swimming and Diving was created to provide competitive swim and dive opportunities to all committed athletes, regardless of ability. Practices are held held six days per week with modest attendance requirements.
Competitions are held throughout the Mountain West and Pacific Coast regions against other collegiate clubs. The season concludes with a trip to the Collegiate Club Swim & Dive National Championships in Atlanta, Georgia.
Club Website: www.utahclubswimdive.com
President: Sam Raber
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The Utah Tennis Club is open to tennis players of all skill levels, ranging from beginners to advanced. The club practices two times a week. In the winter, practices are held at the George S. Eccles Tennis Center. In good weather conditions, practices are held at local neighboring courts.
The Utah Tennis Club also competes in intercollegiate tournaments against all of the colleges in the state of Utah along with some neighboring state colleges. Tournaments are held throughout the Fall and Spring semesters, with the regional and national tournaments in the spring semester. Regional and national tournaments are held by USTA Tennis on Campus.
President: Gus Stevens
The Co-Ed Track & Field Sport Club Team is a group of individuals committed to improving their athleticism and community through the practice and competition of various track and field events.
As a sport club, we participate in year long practices and compete in the spring season in events such as sprints (100m, 200m, 400m), middle distance (800m, 1500m), long distance (3000m Steeplechase, 5000m, 10,000m), hurdles (110/100m, 400m), relays (4x100m, 4x400m), jumps (long, high, triple), throws (javelin, discus, shot put, hammer), and multis (heptathlon, decathlon).
President: Megan Glasmann
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The Triathlon Club provides training and instruction for for both novice and experienced triathletes to encourage competition at a collegiate level and encourage a healthy lifestyle through the promotion of a lifelong sport. We compete in races in both the fall and spring as a part of the Mountain Collegiate Triathlon Conference, which includes Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Arizona.
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President: Nicholas Dorsett
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The Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team is a competitive team that travels around the Northwest and parts of the Southwest to compete against other collegiate ultimate club sports teams. The team is composed of ex high school athletes, a few former college athletes and some people who are new to team sports altogether. We embrace any athlete, whether they have played ultimate before or not. Our goals include honing our skills in a competitive and friendly atmosphere while building up the ultimate playing community. During the 2014-2015 year, several of our athletes participated in city-league play and volunteered at many high school ultimate events. Last year was one of our most successful years to date, which was capped by our 1st place finish at the Big Sky Conference tournament. This year we hope to put together a team that will be able to complete against other college teams at USA Ultimate’s College National Tournament.
President: Nathan Huff
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Utah Women’s Ultimate is a competitive club sports team at the University of Utah. We strive to build a sense of unity and sisterhood while competing in the North West Region at the Division 1 level.
President: Hannah Slind
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The purpose of the University of Utah Men’s Volleyball Team is to provide a safe environment where students can learn the sport of volleyball and to be able to participate at a competitive level of collegiate club volleyball.
President: Josh Alexander
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The purpose of the Wakeboard Team shall be to promote the sport of wakeboarding through group participation and associated recreational activities for the mutual benefit of the members and the public; to develop and maintain facilities for wakeboarding; to stimulate interest in wakeboarding among non boarders; and to work for greater water safety. This will be done through 3-event collegiate wakeboard events. The team will consist of two different divisions. One being any University of Utah student with an interest in wakeboarding. The other being a team assembled of University of Utah wakeboarding students that show the required skills to compete against other colleges at various tournaments. Through peer coaching the team will work to advance the current skill set of riders and to stimulate interest and improve skills for novice members.
President: Aaron Dobron
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The Men’s Water Polo team provides an environment for polo players to come together, develop friendships, compete if desired, and to play the great game of water polo.
President: Kiffer Creveling
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The Women’s Water Polo team provides an environment for polo players to come together, develop friendships, compete if desired, and to play the great game of water polo.
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President: Suzi Creveling
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Important Club Information
If you are interested in starting a Sport Club that is not listed on this page, please complete the New Sport Club Application found here. Please return a completed application to Jake Myers, office 3610, located on the 3rd floor of the Student Life Center. Once an application is received and reviewed, applicants will be contacted to proceed to the next step in the process, the club presentation. Details about the presentation are found in the application.
If you have any questions, please contact Jake Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org.