Match point, not grade point. Home runs, not homework. Playbooks, not textbooks. Are you game?
Whether you’re an all-star or a rookie, intramural sports are a fun, competitive way to get moving on campus. Our inclusive programs, organized through the Koret Health and Recreation Center, offer an exciting opportunity for students to compete outside of the classroom. Recent intramural offerings include:
- Flag football
- Soccer (indoor and outdoor)
- Indoor kickball
- Ultimate Frisbee
USF Sport Clubs are where students meet and compete alongside fellow Dons who share a passion for the same sport. Many of our clubs participate off-campus, in collegiate leagues or regional competitions around the country.
We currently offer seven combat sports on campus, many of which compete in local and regional competitions. All clubs practice on campus and are taught by properly trained instructors. Recently, USF has produced six national champion boxers as well as many tournament medalists from judo, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and taekwondo. Participants are not required to participate in competitions.
Clubs include: boxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, capoeira, judo, Muay Thai, Shotokan karate, and taekwondo.
The university offers a variety of individual sports, some of which can be played in doubles, with more coming in the 2014 fall semester. These clubs allow students to represent USF at events and tournaments of their choosing. Participants are not required to compete.
Clubs include: badminton, cycling (fall 2014), equestrian (fall 2014), golf, rifle, run, swim, table tennis, and tennis.
USF currently supports two dance companies, both of which host a spring performance. Students are expected to participate in the company. For students looking to participate without performing, both clubs support a recreational component.
Clubs include: contemporary dance and hip hop dance.
All USF team sports participate in inter-collegiate leagues with the potential to advance to regional playoffs and national championships. The teams practice on campus (with the exception of lacrosse) two-to-three times per week and are coached by former players, many who played at the collegiate level or higher.
Clubs include: lacrosse (men’s), rugby, soccer, sailing, volleyball, and water polo, and men’s lacrosse.
Interested in starting a club? Have a question about intramurals? Contact Robert Azcarate-Bascherini, Intramural and Club Sport Director, at email@example.com.