Sport Clubs under the Guy West Bridge

Spring 2015

Club leaders representing Sac State and their individual Sport Clubs with pride next to the Guy West Bridge!

Sport Clubs in the arboretum

Spring 2015

Club leaders representing Sac State and their individual Sport Clubs with pride in the university arboretum!

Spring 2015

From left to right: Marcie Torres (Running),Travis Haugen (Men's Rugby), and Will Scheel (Cycling)

Spring 2015

From left to right: Anderson Tate (Men's Rowing), John Fluette (Men's Volleyball), and Morgan Potter (Racquetball)

Baseball Club

Leonardo Zermeno (Left) and Adam Austin (Right)

Bass Fishing Club

Jeff Taluban (Left) and James Herrera (Right)

Cycling Club

Steven Marchand (Left) and Will Scheel (Right)

Men's Rowing Club

Chandler Bender (Left) and Shruti Khedkar (Right)

Men's Rugby Club

Nick Weeder (Left) and Aaron Vaughn (Right)

Men's Volleyball Club

Trent Stigerts (Left) and David Smith (Right)

Racquetball Club

Will Plummer (Left) and Geraldine Villa (Right)

Rock Climbing Club

Toby Holland (Left) and Gabby Caietti (Right)

Running Club

Leslie Gomez (Left) and Phuong Nguyen (Right)

Ski & Snowboard Team

Tayler Groll (Left) and Andrew Noseworthy (Right)

Tennis Club

Allen Trias (Left) and Mariana Curdoglo (Right)

Ultimate Club

Davis Loustalot (Left) and Anthony Derris (Right)

Women's Volleyball Club

Jackie Pulatie (Left) and Amanda Gardiner (Right)

Wrestling Club

David Bugarin (Left) and Marcos Aguin (Right)

The Sacramento State Sport Clubs program consists of 19 highly competitive clubs that compete against other universities in leagues, conferences, and tournaments at the local, regional, and national level.

Each club is developed, organized, and led by students with guidance and direction from the Sport Club Advisor, Sport Club Student Assistants, and club coaches and instructors. Both novices and highly experienced athletes are actively recruited.

There are currently 650 students participating in the Sacramento State Sport Clubs program.

The following is a list of the competitive sport clubs that are currently recognized on campus:

Bass Fishing      
Gymnastics (Under Construction)   Men's Rowing     
Men's Rugby             

Men's Soccer (Under Construction)

Women's Soccer (Under Construction)

Men's Volleyball       
Rock Climbing        
Triathlon (Under Construction)  

      Women's Volleyball

Competition of the Month : April 2015

Men's Rowing Club - Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships

When: April 25th & 26th

Where: Sacramento State Aquatic Center, Lake Natoma

Time: Heat times are To Be Determined 

The Sacramento State Men’s Rowing Club will be competing with 30 other universities including 35 different teams and 225 different entries.  It is looking to be one of the biggest competitions hosted this year. Make sure you bring your sun block!

Club of the Month : March 2015

Wakeboard Club

Over the past month the Sacramento State Wakeboard Club has secured two sponsorships and held a successful fundraiser on campus by hosting one of their sponsors as a vendor. They have worked hard to improve funding for their club and send their team off to Nationals in Las Vegas, NV.

All of this has been overseen by their relatively new officers who have done a phenomenal job this year.  They have done an excellent job turning in their travel packets far before the deadline and they are gaining momentum as they head off to Nationals this week, April 16th – 19th. We are proud to say eight of our Hornets will be representing Sac State in Las Vegas. We have high hopes for the Wakeboard Club in the future!

Officer of the Month : February 2015

Adam Austin - Baseball Club

As club President, Adam Austin demonstrates how to be an excellent club leader both on and off the field. Adam manages the club compliance paperwork and travel arrangements.  He worked to secure the use of the McAuliffe Complex for the clubs home games and spearheaded his clubs California Pizza Kitchen Fundraiser.  

Adam leads his clubs marketing and branding efforts through gear and new Baseball Club sweatshirts. Adam not only communicates extremely well with the sport clubs office but also activity motivates his players and keeps the dugout optimistic and positive.