Sport clubs are student run organizations that offer competitive, recreational, or instructional opportunities to the student body.
Competitive sport clubs generally are associated with a regional or national league and have extensive travel. Recreational sport clubs are focused on campus and provide opportunities to recreate on campus in a safe environment. Instructional sport clubs provide skill building within a an activity and generally have an instructor guiding sessions or practices.
Below is the list of Willamette University Sport Clubs. Don't see one that you like? No problem! It's easy to start one. Just visit the Campus Recreation Office in Montag to get the necessary paperwork.
The purpose of the WU Cheer squad is to provide enthusiasm, spirit, and entertainment at Willamette sporting events on campus. We perform at home football games during the fall semester and home basketball games at the beginning of spring semester.Kelsey Koenig Advisor: Kostantinos Efstathiou
The purpose of this club is to get students involved with horses. The club focuses on putting care first and working together to increase communication, responsibility, and patience. Club members volunteer with the community groups that use horses to help others. Hannah Shotwell Advisor: Cady Campbell
The eSports Club aims to provide Willamette Students with the chance to compete in their favorite video game as eSports athletics to develop their competitive spirit, leadership abilities, and teamwork. There will be team practices, competitive tournaments, and viewing parties.Jeffery Sutherland Advisor: Josh Laison
Men's Rugby, formally known as Willamette Rugby Football Club, is the rugby team at Willamette University. We play a challenging schedule in both the fall and spring semesters, and tour all over the country - from home games at McCulloch Stadium to campuses across the Northwest and California plus international tours in Canada and Ireland.
Students with any ability level are welcome! Live your golden years playing the greatest sport in the world, and forming friendships you'll have the rest of your life. Practices are Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 4:30pm on the Quad and Fridays at 4:30pm on Brown Field. GO BEARCATS!!John Gray Advisor: Kostantinos Efstathiou
The Nerf Club fosters a safe, friendly, social, and inclusive community centered around the Nerfing hobby.Evan Kohne
The Outdoor Program aims to provide students with accessible opportunities to engage in outdoor recreation.Maddie McClure
The purpose of the running club is to unite runners of all abilities to go on runs together. Participants may choose to run in races together.Char Howland Advisor: Kosti Efstathiou
Swing Dance Club
Swing Dance Club provides education and instruction in social swing dance to the Willamette student body; to foster and integrate social dance into the Willamette community by hosting weekly meetings for social dance. Kaizen Betts-LaCroix Advisor: Kathryn Nyman
This club exists to play Ultimate Frisbee and lots of it. Group members strive to develop skills, play in intercollegiate games and tournaments and to have fun in every weather condition.Ellis Cobb Advisor: Kostantinos Efstathiou
WOMEN'S RUGBY CLUB
Our purpose at Willamette University is to provide women with a fun and athletic pastime outside of the varsity sports. By participating in women's rugby, students have a chance to participate in an interesting sport and get involved in the Willamette community.Mariko Moore Advisor: Kostantinos Efstathiou
YUNG ONES COMPANY
The purpose of this team is to introduce and continually cultivate Southern California's urban dance company to Willamette University and Salem's community. Through striving for this goal, dancers will train rigorously for improvement by learning fundamentals and various techniques and will also perform in showcased that will display their skills. Yoojin Kim Advisor: Kostantinos Efstathiou