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The following clubs promote sport, recreation, and the outdoors and are a great way to get involved in informal activities and make new friends.
Directory of Sport Clubs:
|The UMD Sport Clubs Advisory Council (SCAC) acts as a forum for sharing ideas and expressing concerns regarding the Sport Clubs Program. One representative from each UMD sport club serves on the Advisory Council. Sport Clubs at University of Minnesota Duluth offer students an opportunity to participate in competitive, instructional, or recreational sport clubs. Involvement in these clubs can enhance their collegiate experience and contribute to a well-rounded education. The Advisory Board's mission is to ensure the success of each club along with providing a place for members to present new Sport Clubs (SC) handbook amendments. Each club can question and vote upon proposed amendments that overall benefit the running and operation of all club sports.|
We are the University of Minnesota Duluth Alpine Ski Team. The makeup of our team ranges from experienced High School, USSA, and FIS racers, to the more recreational racers. Everyone is welcome, and no one will be turned away. Everyone is responsible for themselves and have to cover lift tickets, gas, and food for travel weekends. Each year we pay team dues. This covers all of the USCSA (United States Collegiate Snow-sports Association) National and the MCSA (Midwest Collegiate Ski Association) Regional Fees. The fee also covers a per race insurance fee that we have to pay as well. We have several full-time coaches. Our coaches are USSA certified and continue to pursue additional education to help the team get better! The UMD Alpine Ski and Snowboard team is a great opportunity to meet new people and make lifelong connections.
|The UMD Cheerleading Club is comprised of many young women who come from diverse backgrounds including cheerleading, dance, gymnastics, figure skating and a love of UMD. We have four teams including football cheer, hockey cheer, basketball cheer, and competition. On top of supporting these teams, we also interact with fans and work on community involvement with an emphasis of UMD pride.|
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UMD Cycling offers Mountain Biking, Fat Biking, and Road Biking throughout the school year to all students. We currently compete in collegiate mountain bike races and road races, but racing is optional. Practices are a couple times a week, and all skill levels are welcome!
The UMD Dance Team is a nationally competitive team comprised of highly motivated and talented dancers. As a team, the girls perform at UMD athletic events, such as football and basketball games. The dance team competes at UDA Nationals in Orlando, Florida each year. Along with this, they are involved in many events and dance shows within Minnesota and the Duluth community.
Men's Club Hockey is for guys to continue playing hockey at a competitive level. Team practices are on Tuesday and Thursday nights and play about 20 games per season. We compete at the ACHA Div. II level in the WCCHA Conference.
The UMD Men's Soccer Club is a high performing team that competes against other collegiate level clubs throughout the Midwest. We compete in the NIRSA Region V Soccer Championship where we play teams from Colorado, Iowa, and Minnesota. In the spring we host our own Turf Classic Tournament.
We are UMD Men's Ultimate Frisbee team. We compete in the college division of USA Ultimate(the national governing body for ultimate frisbee). Within the college season we go to around 8 tournaments a year in varying locations across the country! Go Dogs!
UMD Men's Volleyball Club is a team for those who want to learn and compete within the game of Volleyball. We pride ourselves on maintaining excellence not only on the court, but also in the classroom and the Duluth community.
The Nordic Ski Club's mission at UMD is to create a network of cross-country skiers that strive to share the passion of our sport both on campus as well as throughout the Duluth community. Our ultimate aim is to create a group that is strong and cohesive enough to draw high school skiers to the University of Minnesota Duluth.
We are a group aimed at getting people more involved in the Duluth sailing community and sailing! We are open to those of all skill levels, including none at all! So come sail with us on Lake Superior!!
The FSC is composed of a group from all figure skating disciplines valuing respect, responsibility, and opportunity to create a diverse culture. Our mission as a registered Campus Life Program through RSOP, is to positively promote and represent UMD in competition and in the community through our continuous efforts in personal development, leadership, and service, both on and off the ice.
UMD Water Polo represents an opportunity for students to learn and compete in the sport of water polo. Practices are held twice weekly and include polo-minded swim workouts, game-specific drills and scrimmages, planned and supervised with an experienced coach. An active member of the American Collegiate Water Polo League, the club participates in three competitive tournaments per semester at other member universities (e.g. UW Madison, University of Kansas, Iowa State University). Several social events are generally coordinated each term. We welcome all interested parties and provide all necessary training to learn and enjoy the game, though aquatics experience, while not necessary, may be of use in delving into this demanding and rewarding sport.
|The UMD Women's Club Soccer team is a competitive based soccer program that offers students a place to belong on and off the field. This club was first established in 2017, and is currently developing and becoming stronger. Our team is built off of the passion for the game, we want to allow college students the opportunity to play the game while also creating lasting bonds. This year will be the first year that we will be having two teams based on skill level and commitment. For more information or direct contact you can email us at email@example.com and follow us on our instagram:|
UMD Women's Club Hockey team is a part of the ACHA W2 Division, with our region consisting of teams around the midwest. Our team is consistently one of the top ranked teams in our region. Our team has games around every other weekend, which includes some out of state traveling games. Our coaches are experienced in coaching women's hockey. We regularly have social gatherings outside of hockey, and pasta dinners before big games. Some of the benefits to playing hockey for our club team is that you are able to meet new girls with the same interest, we promote a healthy lifestyle while also being able to have fun and play the game that we all have a passion for, being able to competitively play hockey during college, gain more teamwork experience, and it's a great way to be involved within the campus.
Lady Dulax (Duluth Lacrosse) is a self-directed, motivated club team that represents UMD in the finest manner possible. We conduct ourselves with poise and class and strive for excellence in all we do. We commit to the team by choice, not by obligation. We are a group of women who are not only friends and teammates, but we share a close special bond. We pick each other up when we are down, both on and off the field. It is our mission to be competitive; our ultimate goals are to win and enjoy doing so. For every member of the team, it is imperative to leave the organization better than you found it.
We're LakEffect, the women's ultimate frisbee team at UMD! We practice twice a week and travel a few times each semester to tournaments in the Midwest area and compete against other universities. LakEffect has a wide variety of skill level and it's as competitive as you want to make it. We do a lot of team bonding and volunteering together throughout the year, and we want everyone to feel welcome!
The Women's Club Volleyball Team consists of a fun, enthusiastic, and competitive group of girls. We travel to compete against other collegiate volleyball clubs around surrounding states about once a month ending with Nationals in April. We like to be involved in the community so we spend time volunteering, and we do fundraisers around Duluth. Our practices currently run for two hours, two times a week. We host open gym and tryouts at the beginning of every season starting in September.