A club sport is a student organization that is formed and led by WCU students who have a love and passion for their sport or activity, and may be looking for an opportunity to participate on a longer term (usually both semesters). A club sport may contain recreational, instructional, and socialization components, but must be competitive in nature. All clubs are a part of national governing bodies/leagues and compete against other universities across the state and region.
We currently have 20 active club sports varying from Ballroom Dance to Men's and Women's Rugby with over 500 club sport athletes. Don't see your sport listed? Ask about starting a club sport!
Participation in our club sports program is a valuable part of student development and can greatly enhance a student's college experience. We encourage all levels of skill and support equal opportunity to any student regardless their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.
Ballroom Dance - Ian Anchors (Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bass Fishing - CJ Jobe
Cheer - Alexa Benaquista & Allison Barrick
Climbing - Miranda Pavey
Cycling - Courtney Burleigh
Equestrian - Camden Houser
Men's Baseball - John Moore
Men's Basketball - Franklin Keel
Men's Flag Football - CJ MItchell
Men's Lacrosse - Connor Williams
Men's Rugby - Seth Kerr
Men's Soccer - Bryan Morales
Swimming - Erin Daley
Tennis - Dylan Draper
Ultimate Frisbee - Szonia Nemes
Women's Basketball - Alexa Taylor
Women's Lacrosse - Maggie Clark
Women's Rugby - Brooklynn Herold
Women's Soccer - Jackie Gigliotti
Women's Volleyball - Gabby Isaacs
All club sport participants are required to have an IMLeagues account before they participate. Participants will be required to enter their WCU username and password before being logged into IMLeagues. After the first time logging in, you will log-in with your WCU credentials every time.
IMLeagues offers a live support button in the bottom right corner of all page. Please use this button if you encounter any difficulties.
Being a Club Sport Athlete at WCU has many benefits, all of which will help you improve your college experience.
The Club Sport Program reviews new club sport requests to determine if there is sufficient student interest and resources to support the activity. Students who wish to create a club must decide whether they wish to be competitive in nature.
If you wish to start a competitive club sport, you will need to speak with Associate Director for Intramural and Club Sports. Factors to take into consideration when forming a new club sport:
Students looking to start a new club sport need to complete and submit the following documents to the Associate Director for Intramural and Club Sports:
Once all documents are completed, please set up a meeting with the Associate Director for Intramural and Club Sports.
Club Sports depend on the generosity of family, friends, faculty/staff, businesses, and alumni. Your financial support assists clubs with annual operating costs such as coaching services, registration fees, equipment, travel, uniforms and apparel. Donors have the option to donate directly to a specific club. Here are a few ways one can support our program and club sport teams.
Ways to Help