Club Sports

  • Club Sports Executive Board

    Club Sports Executive Board Mission Statement: “The Executive Board represents all Club Sports. The Executive Board is intended to assist with Club Sports policies and procedures, while also developing as professionals, networking with YSU professional staff, and gaining new experiences in administrative roles. The Executive Board members are student leaders and are expected to be of sound mind, moral judgment, and present themselves well on and off-campus.”

    • Chief of Staff - Kiah Powell (Graduate Assistant)
    • President - Jacob Stack (Baseball Vice President)
    • Vice President - Fiona Lally (Women's Soccer President)
    • Treasurer - Zach Tabor (Clay Target President)
    • Secretary - Nicole De'Angelo (Clay Target Vice President)
    • New Player Coordinator - Halle Slater (Women's Volleyball President)
  • Club Sports Housing Experience Scholarship

    Club Sports Housing Experience Scholarship

    Amount: $1,000/semester ($2,000 for academic year)

    Available awards: 30

    15 first-year students/transfer students 15 renewals (see requirements below)

     

    Fall Semester

    Maintain active club participant status (i.e. attending all practices, games, and club events).

    Spring Semester

    Continue active club participation (will be confirmed with the Club President and/or Coach.) To be considered for the renewal, the award recipient must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Earn a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Complete five (5) hours of community service for the Department of Campus Recreation. Should a participant be unable to attend a scheduled event, they must communicate their conflicts to the Club President and/or Coach to be considered excused. Three (3) unexcused absences will result in a review of the participant’s activity within the club. The scholarship may not be renewed the for the consecutive semester.

    Renewal (must complete application)

    Must have been awarded the Housing Experience Scholarship in the prior consecutive year. Submit housing application to the Office of Housing and Residence Life. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher as of the date of application. Complete five (5) hours of community service for the Department of Campus Recreation. If the cumulative GPA falls below a 3.0, then the award recipient will be offered an opportunity to appeal their scholarship renewal to the Coordinator of Club Sports and Summer Camps. All appeal approvals will be granted by the Director of Campus Rec.

    Failure to meet these standards will result in the loss of the Housing Experience Scholarship.

    Note: The Housing Experience Scholarship is a scholarship of $1,000/semester ($2,000/year) awarded by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to assist with housing expenses. The Department of Campus Recreation will review applications and provide recommendations of recipients on a “first come, first serve” basis. However, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will make the final decision based on the department’s academic standards. The award is renewable for two consecutive years and is based on satisfactory performance. This scholarship is not contingent upon a student’s skill or athletic ability. The Club Sport participant/Housing Experience Scholarship recipient will be held to the aforementioned standards listed above by the Department of Campus Recreation.

    Requirements: minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0

    The Housing Experience Scholarship is for exclusive for Club Sports participants. An application is required for consideration. This award may not be combined with other Housing Experiences awards on campus.

    To Apply: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6290681/Club-Sports-Housing-Experience-Scholarship

    Deadline to apply for 2022 - 2023 Academic Year: December 2022 

  • Upcoming Programs

    For all upcoming Club Sports and Campus Recreation programs please visit the Upcoming Events page

  • Current Club Sports
    These are our fully active Clubs who compete against other universities all around the country!
     
    • Baseball
    • Bass Fishing
    • Bowling
    • Clay Target 
    • Equestrian 
    • Fencing
    • Gymnastics
    • Hip Hop Dance 
    • Men's Lacrosse
    • Women's Rugby
    • Men's Soccer
    • Women's Soccer
    • Tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Men's Volleyball
    • Women's Volleyball
  • Transitional Clubs
    While these Clubs are recognized by the university as Student Organizations, they are still in the process of getting voted into the Club Sports Council as a fully active member!
    • Barbell
  • Expressed Interest

    These clubs do not currently have a presence on campus, but students have recently expressed interest in starting the process! 

  • Club Sports Resources

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