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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 and focus on participation and competition. Club Sports teams 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 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 the club’s president, Jacob Armbrust, at [email protected] for more information!
MSU Denver Club Cheer is a recreational and performance-based club sport. The team is coed team for student who attend MSU Denver. Members of the team attend and support all varsity athletic games or by hosting pep rallies and other events to get the student body and others involved and excited.
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 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, Corey Hard, at [email protected].
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. With the taste of the trophy still fresh in their mouths, the Roadrunners have no plans of giving up the title of RMLC Division II Champions. The 2021 season is fast approaching and we are so excited to see all of you fans out in the stands this year!
Email the club president, Jake Downing, at [email protected] for more information!
MSU Denver Poms is made up of students from a variety of dance backgrounds. Our style of dance is pom, jazz and hip hop. Our main priorities are the commitment to the University and spreading school spirit. We attend and perform at varsity soccer, volleyball, and basketball games. We also attend exhibitions and most University-sponsored events on campus, as well as attend volunteer events throughout the year around the Denver metro area. We expect commitment, dedication and effort to be put into this team by each member.
MSU Denver Men’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.
As a new club sport, 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 president, Patrick Dungo, at [email protected] for more information!
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 advisor, David Lamothe, at [email protected] for more information!
Follow the team on Facebook!
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.
The fall 2021 schedule is in development so be sure to look here again for more information SOON!
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.
Campus Recreation members are welcome to drop-in and participate at no additional cost. Guests may participate by purchasing a $5 day pass. See Memberships page for more details.
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.
FALL 2021 OPEN REC SCHEDULE
Basketball: Mondays/Thursdays, West Court PE117w, 2-6 p.m.
Indoor Soccer: Tuesdays, West Court PE117w, 2-6 p.m.
Volleyball: Wednesdays, West Court PE117w, 2-6 p.m.
See participant picks and standings here. Registration has closed as the NFL season has started!
Easy to participate, no football knowledge necessary – simply pick 1-2 winning teams each week!
Here’s how to play:
Send questions/comments to Dave Lamothe ([email protected])
Draft Day is September 6 at 8 p.m.
Prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place!
For more information and to register email Jordan Morgan ([email protected])