The Sacramento State Sport Clubs Program consists of 18 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:

Bass Fishing
Men's Rowing
Men's Rugby
Men's Volleyball
Rock Climbing
Ski & Snowboard Team
Women's Volleyball

Competition of the Month : October 2014

The Men's Rowing Club - "Head of the American"

When: October 25th. 

Where: Sacramento State Aquatics Center.

The Head of the American is one of the finest rowing races on the West Coast. The day’s racing will include four categories: High School, Collegiate, Open and Masters. Last year there were over 1,200 participants in the event. The first race starts at 9:00am and the last race is usually around 4:00pm.

Club of the Month : September 2014

Bass Fishing

The Bass Fishing Club has already achieved many accomplishments this school year. The club currently has 10 active members and with leaders such as, Jeff Taluban and Greg Taluban, the club qualified for the Western Championships.

The Taluban brothers have been able to maintain an excellent club status by communicating really well with the Sport Clubs office. The Bass Fishing club never misses a deadline or any sport club related meetings or trainings.

With their excellent communication and leadership skills, the Bass Fishing club will continue to see success throughout their season.

Officer of the Month : September 2014

Toby Holland - President of the Rock Climbing Club

Toby is a new president this year an has already created a solid foundation for the club.

Since the beginning of the semester, Toby has managed to increase membership for the Rock Climbing Club from 21 to 34 members.

In previous semesters, the club has lacked consistent membership and this year Toby’s goal is to create a group of strong, well rounded and committed climbers.

Toby has also done an amazing job at attending all sport club related trainings and he never misses a deadline.

Keep it up Toby!