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)

Spring 2015

From left to right: Adam Austin (Baseball), Amanda Gardiner (Women's Volleyball), and Kayla Miles (Women's Rugby)

The Sacramento State Sport Clubs Program consists of 17 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 Clubs Advisor, Sport Club Student Assistants, and club coaches and instructors. Both novices and highly experienced athletes are actively recruited.


There are currently 550 students participating in the Sacramento State Sport Clubs Program.

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

Baseball                     
Bass Fishing      
Cycling                 
Men's Rowing            
Men's Rugby        
Men's Volleyball       
Racquetball              
Rock Climbing        
Running                 
Tennis               
Triathlon            
Ultimate                      
Women's Volleyball     
Wrestling        


Competition of the Month : March 2015

Men's Volleyball Club - Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League Championships

When: March 28th & 29th

Where: Yosemite Hall 100 & 171

Time: Game times are To Be Determined 

The Sacramento State Men's Volleyball Club currently sits in 4th place in league! Come check them out as the prepare for their National Championships in Kansas City, Missouri. 



Club of the Month : February 2015

Men's Rugby Club

In the past three years, the Men’s Rugby Club has managed to retain high membership numbers, improve their record each year, and grow into one of the top Sacramento State Sport Clubs. The growth of the program is due to the commitment of the club as a whole and to the volunteer coaching staff. The Men’s Rugby head coach Adam Macrae, devotes a great deal of his time to the club’s practices and games. Adam encourages comradery between both the Men’s and Women’s Rugby programs, in addition to supporting other sport clubs. 

In February The Men’s Rugby club A-side went 2-1 defeating University of Nevada, Reno and San Francisco State University. While their B-side went 3-0 defeating Stanford, San Francisco State University, and University of Nevada, Reno.  The success of the club comes from the dedication of the players, officers, and coaches that commit to the intense practices and early morning workouts. 

Not only does the Men’s Rugby club put forth an immense effort into being amazing rugby players, they also work hard to market and brand their program. The club appears unified on and off campus with their club polo’s, jackets, and new uniforms.  The Sacramento State pride that encompasses the club and the strong leadership from club officers and coaches has earned the club the recognition of Club of the Month.  

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.