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Welcome to the UCSC Sports Club website. UCSC Sports Clubs are split into two separate catagories: Competitive Sports Clubs and Non Competitive Sports Clubs. Competitive Sports Clubs compete against other Universities in sanctioned leagues, tournaments and matches. Non Competitive Sports Clubs either have two or less competitions per year or their focus is entirely at the recreational level. The Non Competitive Sports Clubs were previously titled Recreation Clubs. However, in an effort to gain uniformity and continuity, they have been combined into the collective title of Sports Clubs. 

The UCSC Sports Club Training Room is located in the East Gym Annex, adjacent to the East Gym. PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB THE NCAA ATHLETICS TRAINING ROOM! 

SPORTS CLUB TRAINING ROOM HOURS: NOTE that the Trainer Room will open for SPRING Quarter starting on Tuesday March 31st

Monday 9:00-12:00pm, Tuesday 2:00-6:00pm, Thursday 9:00-11:30am, Friday 12:30-4:30pm. The Sports Club Training Room is in the East Gym Annex. Please do not bother the Athletics Training Room.



Men's Soccer - UCSC 3 Cal Poly SLO "B" 3

Men's Lacrosse - UCSC 12 Saint Mary's 6

Men's Rugby - UCSC 49 San Jose State 5

Women's Rugby - UCSC 65 Santa Clara 0

Men's Water Polo Club defends their DIII National Championships Title at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine

Men's Water Polo's Sean Shughrou wins MVP at the DIII National Championship

Tae Kwon Do Performance at Porter College March 1st, 2015