Skip to Login Skip to Content Skip to Secondary Navigation

Did you play a sport in high school and are looking to continue competing? Maybe you want to try a new sport? Compete for WSU as a member of a sport club—we offer more than 27 to choose from. Sport Clubs are student led teams that compete regionally and nationally for WSU.

WSU teams have won national championships in bowling, men’s crew, women’s rugby and rodeo. As a sport club member, you not only improve your sports skills. There’s plenty of opportunity to practice leadership skills because club members elect officers, plan practices, schedule competitions, promote their teams and fundraise to support operations. All students are invited to participate in clubs. Most teams accept anyone who is willing to commit but some teams hold tryouts. Check out our club sites for more information.

2012-2013 Club Highlights

WSU CrossFit

Kaylor Hasbargen qualified for the Regional CrossFit games.  There are over 138,000 athletes worldwide that participate in 17 regions with the top 48 qualifying for regionals.  

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby claimed the DII National Championship!! They beat Winona State 62-5 in the championship game which was held in Palo Alto, CA.


The ultimate club qualified for regionals for the third year in a row which were held in Boise, ID.  The team had a great run finishing 9th out of 20 teams.  

Horse Polo 

The Horse Polo club qualified for the National Championships in Houston, Texas in April, one of only four teams in the country to do so. 

Women's Volleyball 

The Women's Volleyball club earned a 30-4 record in league play, won their league championships and won the Division I AAA National Championship in Dallas, Texas. Congrats to the Women's Volleyball Club. 

Men's Volleyball 

The Men's Volleyball club had a great league season, competed in the National Tournament and placed third in their division. 


The tennis club took 2nd place at the PNW TOC Championships, 6th at the USTA PNW TOC Sectionals, 6th at the Arizona Wildcat Classic, and 1st at the Whitman College Tournament.


The softball club had a 13-3 record overall this season with an undefeated record against all other club teams.

Cougar Crew

Cougar Crew claimed two gold medals at the 2013 Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Conference Championships. The men's novice lighweight 4 (Austin Ebert, Jake Brisson, Michael Sheremet, Jeff Arnevick, Hayden Wise) and the women's lightweight pair (Shayla Boyle, Breanna Trimble) both won their finals event over other rival schools from up and down the west coast.

Portal Information