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Being involved with a sports team can be a vital part of staying healthy and is an excellent opportunity for a student to share their passion for sport with others. Campus Recreation’s three sport programs offer different ways to participate.
The Club Sports program provides an opportunity for students to develop their athletic interest with other students who share the same passion. All Club Sport teams are led by students, are very organized, have elected student-leadership boards, collect membership dues, practice regularly, travel off-campus and compete regionally and nationally to represent the University.
MSU Denver Club Archery is the newest addition to the Club Sports lineup! This competitive team is a great place for students looking to develop or hone their archery skills while representing MSU Denver on a regional – and hopefully national – level. The Club will be joining USA Archery’s Collegiate Archery Program and will begin competing soon. *Practices and competitions are off-campus*
Email the club’s president, Trinity Weiss, at [email protected] for more information!
MSU Denver has a long history of fielding Club Baseball teams in the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA). For the 2021-2022 school year, the tradition continues…
There are a number of former NCBA baseball players who began their careers on the club team at their school before moving on to play for their NCAA Div. I or Div. II programs. Several others have gone on to play professional baseball in the independent leagues. Major League Baseball made full acknowledgement of the league’s talent when the Florida Marlins drafted Colorado State pitcher Nathan Nowicki in the 19th round of the 2003 Amateur Player Draft. Nate holds the designation of being the first player drafted out of the NCBA, but was certainly not the last.
Each season ends with the chance to play for a District title and thus the chance to play in the DII World Series!
Email Dave Lamothe, [email protected], for more information!
Follow the team on Twitter!
The MSU Denver Club Cheerleading team is a coed team that is performance-based. Our members perform at all MSU Denver Athletic and Club Sports events. The team’s focus is on engaging with our growing crowds and keeping the Roadrunners fans excited. We are dedicated to helping our athletes grow individually and as a team in our sport, professionally and academically.
Email the team at [email protected] for more information!
Follow the team on Facebook and Instagram and be sure to visit their website!
The Club Dance Team is an inclusive team that assists with growing as individuals and team members on and off the dance floor! We perform at MSU Denver Athletic and Club sporting events, as well as participate in fundraisers and appearances. We strive to help dancers of all levels improve their dancing skills and work with them to be performance ready at events and games.
NDA NATIONALS 2022 – This year marked the first time we participated in the competitive circuit. We take pride in being able to take the stage and create a name for ourselves as a team amongst all the other college teams. We prepared our Hip- Hop routine and performed on the NDA Nationals stage in Daytona, FL. We took 7th in the Division two hip hop category, being less than a point away from finals.
We hope you decide to come and join our dance family!
Email the team at [email protected] for more information.
Visit the team’s website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram!
Esports and competitive-gaming is a blossoming multi-million dollar industry. This club will focus on competing in various leagues and one-day tournaments. The club is currently fielding teams for Fortnite, Rocket League, and League of Legends, but we want you Overwatch and CS:GO players as well!
For more information about this club and how to get involved, email the club’s president, Elliot Liveoak, at [email protected].
Join the team’s Discord server as well!
MSU Denver Club Golf is focused on welcoming all individuals regardless of skill level to the game of golf. The team competes through the Mountain Region of the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) and participates in tournaments during the Spring and Fall semesters. We plan to hold team events throughout the year to keep everyone involved!
Anyone from aspiring professionals to weekend warriors are welcome to join the team!
Email the club’s president, Rebekah Powers, at [email protected] for more information!
Join our Discord!
MSU Denver Club Hockey competes in the ACHA Division II West Region. We play a competitive 30 game schedule including 15 conference games as a member of the Big Mountain Hockey Conference. The BMHC is made up of 6 teams: University of Northern Colorado (UNC), Colorado State University (CSU), University of Colorado (CU), University of Denver (DU), MSU Denver and University of Wyoming.
MSU Denver has become a nationally recognized ACHA Program over the past 5 years, making regular appearances on the national stage (twice finishing in the top 10!). Our goal is to compete at the highest level while simultaneously creating a unique college experience for our student athletes.
MSU Denver has a private locker room and player’s lounge at the Ice Centre at the Promenade in Westminster, CO. We practice twice a week and play home games there.
Our program boasts a coaching staff with 15+ years of college and professional hockey experience. Our brand of hockey is smart, fast paced, and hard hitting.
For more information email the club’s president, Armando Fowler, [email protected], for more information.
MSU Denver Men’s Club Lacrosse competes at the Division II level of the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA). Thanks to many dedicated players, coaches, and alumni we broke onto to national scene quickly, making our first trip to the conference championship during the 2016 season. After a tough loss, the team rallied the following season capturing the program’s first conference championship and a bid to the National Championship tournament as one of the top 16 teams in the country. In 2019, the Roadrunners dominated the 1st half of the season, going on a 7-0 run before the pandemic caused a sudden end to the best start in team history. Post-Covid, the team now looks to get back to its MCLA prowess. The 2022-2023 season is fast approaching, and we’re excited to get back.
RECRUITS: Fill out the form below to get up to date information on the upcoming season: Recruitment Form
Email the team’s leadership board at [email protected] for more information!
Check out the team’s website here:
MSU Denver’s Club Tae Kwon Do strives to give students of all skill levels a safe place to grow their skills for competition while growing a community. It’s the club’s vision to become the top collegiate Tae Kwon Do club in the country!
Email the club’s president, Elizabeth Bowman, [email protected], for more information on how to get involved!
Mission Statement: MSU Denver Men’s Club Volleyball is an inclusive place for competitive volleyball players to enhance their skills, share their talents and promote the sport through sportsmanship and camaraderie.
About Us: Our team is a National Club Volleyball Federation Division II club team in the Mountain West Volleyball Conference which aims to compete against other high caliber teams in our region and serve as a platform for players to continue playing competitively at the collegiate level. As a result of this, the team will travel both in-state and out-of-state for matches and tournaments. Our season begins in January with the goal of reaching the national tournament in April.
Email the club’s president, Brandon Quidachay, at [email protected] for more information!
Check out the team’s schedule on their website here!
Follow them on Instagram!
MSU Denver Women’s Club Volleyball is a place for competitive volleyball players to enhance their skills, share their talents and promote the sport through sportsmanship and camaraderie. The team aims to compete against other high caliber teams and serve as a platform for players to continue playing competitively at the collegiate level.
Email the club’s team account, [email protected], for more information!
Follow the team on Facebook!
Want to start a new club sport team?
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The Intramural Sports program offers Campus Recreation members opportunities to participate in traditional sport and esports activities. Teams simply arrive near the start of their game and play on-campus in the gym. Campus Recreation provides game officials and develops the rules, and league play over the course of the semester is offered alongside one-day tournaments and events.
New seasons for summer and fall 2023 are being planned and organized. Check back here for more information soon!
OPEN TO ALL CAMPUS RECREATION MEMBERS
The Open Recreation program includes drop-in activities such as basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer in the gym. Open Recreation allows members to play casual pick-up games, or just shoot the basketball around for a few, at various times throughout the week.
Select sports equipment (balls, racquets, volleyball nets, etc.) can be borrowed from the Fitness Center for day-use use in the gym, or from the Outdoor Pursuits office for other purposes.
Campus Recreation members are welcome to drop-in and participate at no additional cost. Guests may participate by purchasing a $7 day pass.
See Memberships page for more details.
“Summer Soccer Under the Lights”
All dates will be held on the Varsity Soccer field at Assembly Athletic Complex
These are drop-in, pick-up games each week, however, if there is enough interest we may be able to form an Intramural league
June 7, 6-8 p.m.
June 12, 6-8 p.m.
June 21, 6-8 p.m.
June 28, 6-8 p.m.
July 10, 6-8 p.m.
July 19, 6-8 p.m.
July 25, 6-8 p.m.
David Lamothe, Assistant Director
PE/Event Center, Suite 002
1255 10th Street
Denver, CO 80204