The goal of UNH Sport Clubs is to provide athletic options to students seeking a high level of competition and camaraderie. They are university-recognized student-run clubs organized on recreational, instructional and/or competitive levels. Participating in a Sport Club allows students an opportunity to compete against other colleges and universities while promoting learning and developing leadership skills.
There are activities for all interests and abilities so get involved!
Ice Hockey - Men
Ice Hockey - Women
Lacrosse - Men
Lacrosse - Women
Rowing - Men
Rowing - Women
Rugby - Men
Rugby - Women
Ski and Board
Ultimate Frisbee - Men
Ultimate Frisbee - Women
Volleyball - Men
Volleyball - Women
Sport Club FAQ
Intramural sports are leagues offered for University of New Hampshire participants only. These leagues occur on campus and generally last four weeks, followed by playoffs. Club sports are University recognized student organizations that are student-run and organized on recreational, instructional and/or competitive levels. Participating in a Sport Club allows students an opportunity to compete against other colleges and universities while promoting learning and developing leadership skills.
Clubs are open to full-time, matriculating students and staff. However, some competitive clubs have their own specific eligibility guidelines set by their respective sports governing body, which have specific standards for collegiate competition. Most leagues/ and conferences allow only students in good academic standing to participate
All clubs require dues to supplement operational expenses. These expenses include travel, uniforms, equipment, and registration costs. Member dues vary from club to club but can range anywhere from $15- $2000 a year.
This will be dependent on the type of club you choose to participate in. Typically, sports that offer tryouts often will have cuts as well.
The number of weekly practices and competitions vary widely for each club. Some clubs practice up to four days a week and compete every weekend, while others practice twice a week and travel once a semester. Contact the club president of the team you are interested in joining, to find out specific practice and competition information.
The UNH Sport Club program gives each student an opportunity to take part in the leadership, responsibility and decision making process of club activities. The success of the Club is dependent on the organization, management, professionalism and leadership shown by the club officers, student members and coaches. Student leaders run the day-to-day operations, which include scheduling practices, activities and games, working with league and conference officials, making travel arrangements, and the financial management of the club. Sport Club student leaders will develop transferable skills that employer’s value.