Get Involved in Club Sports

The Springfield College Club Sports Program bridges the gap between intramurals and varsity athletics, allowing you to enjoy the club sports experience. The club sports program offers 12 competitive recreational sports opportunities. Most club teams compete in leagues against other local and regional teams and some teams even compete in national competitions. The Clubs Sports Program relies heavily on active student involvement, management, and decision making, providing opportunities for students to develop and refine their own leadership and organizational skills.

Questions?

Contact Tom Verrico, assistant director of intramural and club sports, at tverrico@springfieldcollege.edu or (413) 748-3613.

Men's Rugby player throws the ball over his head.

Explore Our Club Sports

Cheerleading

The cheerleading team is a competitive club sport that performs at home varsity football and basketball games. It is comprised of a spirited group of cheerleaders with various degrees of experience.

Climbing

The climbing team is a recreational club sport. The team consists of members with a wide range of experience.

Equestrian

The equestrian team is comprised of a group of riders with various degrees of experience. Each season is made up of roughly nine shows during which the team competes against colleges and universities across the state and region. Being a part of this team also includes weekly lessons during the show season.

Gymnastics

The club gymnastics team is a year-round competitive club team with various degrees of experience. The team competes against colleges and universities across the state and region. The team practices three times per week on campus in our state-of-the-art gymnastics facility. This past season the team placed second in level 6 at nationals.

Ice Hockey

The ice hockey team is competitive club sport that competes from October through March. The team plays a 16 to 20 game schedule. The team begins practicing in October. Practices occur twice a week after 9 p.m. This past season the team was the 2017 N.E.C.H.A. Colonial Conference Champions

Pride Dance Team

The Pride Dance Team is a competitive club sport that performs at home varsity football and basketball games. Each year, the team attends at least three competitions and practices twice per week. The team hosts an annual exhibition fundraiser every February for the entire Springfield College community. The Pride Dance Team competes in jazz and hip-hop.

Iron Sports

Team Iron Sports is a team focused on the betterment of themselves as students, lifters, and competitors. The team is made up of two teams, a competitive team and a recreational team, which allows participants to reach their own goals—whether it’s competing or just lifting in a fun and productive environment.

Paint Ball

The paintball team is made up of a group of paintball players of all skills and experience levels. The team is composed of two groups, a competitive speedball team, and a recreational woods ball relaxed play group.

Rugby - Men's

The men's rugby team is a competitive club sport. Each season lasts approximately 10 weeks. There is a traditional fall season and a non-traditional spring season, which is typically focused on tournament play.

Rugby - Women's

The women’s rugby team is a competitive club sport. Each season lasts approximately 10 weeks. There is a traditional fall season and a non-traditional spring season, which is typically focused on tournament play.

Ski and Snowboard

The ski and snowboard team races as part of the McBrine Division of USCSA. At competitions, the team tests its skill in slalom and giant slalom events. The team competes throughout an eight-weekend competition schedule during the year.

Ultimate Frisbee

The ultimate Frisbee team is a competitive club sport. The team consists of players with a wide range of playing experience. The team competes against colleges and universities across the state and region.