Will Scheel

Cycling Club

Travis Haugen

Men's Rugby Club

Marcie Torres

Running Club

Anderson Tate

Men's Rowing Club

Ira Weiss

Ski & Snowboard Team

Morgan Potter


Amanda Gardiner

Women's Volleyball Club

Kayla Miles

Women's Rugby Club

John Fluette

Men's Volleyball Club

Adam Austin

Baseball Club

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:

Men's Rowing
Women's Volleyball

Competition of the Month : February 2015

Baseball Club - Competition against Humboldt State

When: February 28th 

Where: McAuliffe Complex - on College Town Drive

Time: 6:00pm

The Sacramento State Baseball club is taking on Humboldt state under the lights of McAuliffe Complex! The Saturday night competition is the 2nd game of their double - header! Stop by and support! 

Club of the Month : January 2015

Ultimate Club

The Ultimate Frisbee Club is  always on time in terms of club travel deadlines, actively communicates with the Sport Clubs Office, and is often seen wearing their sport club t-shirts at their practices. Qualities such as these are helping the club grow in membership this spring.

Their Sport Club Council representative, Eric Roth, actively participates in all meetings and has never missed a meeting during the entire 2014-2015 academic year. 

Officer of the Month : January 2015

Ira Weiss - Ski & Snowboard Team

While most club officers took some time off during winter break, Ira Weiss was busy doing an incredible amount of work for his club. He planned multiple competitions, made all of his clubs travel arrangements, and worked diligently with his conference and national governing body.

Ira also worked extensively with the Sport Club Office on the club’s jacket order for competitions, now the team can represent the university and the sport clubs program on the mountain. Great job Ira!