Club Sports

Club Sports


Do you thrive on competition? Interested in becoming part of a team? Club sports are a great way to participate in sports and activities you love without the time commitment of a varsity sport.

Contacts: Ben Mittelstadt and Bryce Pappalardo

The purpose of the EUP club baseball team is to foster a wide student interest and participation in the sport by providing leadership and participation opportunities and to assist students in developing baseball, teamwork and leadership skills.

The men's club baseball team is active in the National Club Baseball Association.

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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Contact: Korey Kilburn

The purpose of the EUP Jiu-Jitsu Club is to improve the university through community service projects as well as to enhance the education and social experiences of its members. The members learn various techniques of self-defense, sportsmanship and the rules of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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Disc Golf
Salim Khalife

Disc Golf has been around campus for a few years, but recently it has been rebranded. The team has been working hard sprucing up the course and has been doing a great job recruiting new faces. Contact us and see what the Disc Golf Club has going on!

Contact: Arianna Toth

The Edinboro University Equestrian Team is a club sport and is affiliated with the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). We compete in Zone 6 Region 5 of the IHSA. Any full-time undergraduate student who is in good academic standing is welcome to try out for the competitive team. The Edinboro University Equestrian Team welcomes horseback riders of all skill levels and disciplines, from just starting out to the seasoned veteran.

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Fly Fishing

This club is to promote fly fishing through hands-on instruction, conservation and student fellowship, and to protect local watersheds for future generations. The Edinboro Fly Fishing Club participates in these events and activities: clean-up days on the tributaries of Lake Erie and Edinboro Lake, fly casting demonstrations on campus, lessons on how to tie flies, regular trips to the tributaries of Lake Erie to fly fish for steelhead, and yearly trips to New York and other states for world-class fly fishing.

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Ice Hockey
Brian Conlan or Sean Yeomans

The club ice hockey team, founded in 2014, participates in the College Hockey East (CHE) league and practices and plays home games at Erie Insurance Arena. The club gives students the opportunity to play competitive ice hockey while still developing as a student at Edinboro. The club philosophy was developed around the notion of bringing hockey back to the Edinboro community. As a club, we hope to provide students and faculty with a chance to become involved and actively participate in the sport of ice hockey. As a group, driven by a passion for the sport, we hope to increase the exposure of the Edinboro Community to ice hockey.

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Contact: Casey Jon Cuftik

Founded in 2011, Edinboro Club Lacrosse participates at the DII level in the National College Lacrosse League. The club has grown significantly over the years and had 10 freshmen join in the fall of 2013, giving the club more than 20 active members. Boro Club Lacrosse hosts games at Sox Harrison Stadium and travels to New York, Southwestern Pennsylvania and Ohio to play other clubs. All levels of experience are welcome to join; players must provide their own equipment (options do exist for a player who doesn't have equipment). Our goal is to become a contender in the NCLL national tournament!

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Contact: Davis Hill

Men's Volleyball
Austin Bottoni

The club provides the opportunity for students to participate in volleyball while developing academically at Edinboro. The team competes locally (POVL-Pennsylvania Ohio Volleyball League) and nationally (NCVF-National Collegiate Volleyball Federation). The team has traveled around the tri-state area for matches as well as Houston and Dallas, TX, and Kansas City, MO, for national tournaments. Each year, the team has finished in the top 20 in the national tournament.

Men's Ultimate Frisbee
Contact: Josh Maifeld

Shooting Sports
: Corinne Pfeil

Edinboro University Shooting Sports Club offers monthly lessons taught by certified Level 2 instructors whose purpose is to promote safety and an enjoyable archery experience. Students and faculty are welcome to join regardless of ability level. All equipment will be provided by the club and is inspected weekly. Your safety is our number one priority and we will be happy to work with you and guide you through the sport we are so passionate about.

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Contact: Leigh Fehlman

The EU Triathlon Club was created to promote the sport of triathlon, a great three-part race that tests endurance in three areas: swimming, biking and running. We encourage all levels, from beginners just looking to get active to advanced members, who want to race in triathlons competitively. We are a USA Triathlon Certified Club and are part of the North East Collegiate Triathlon Conference. Our athletes can compete at conference races and in USAT Collegiate National Championships.

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Women's Volleyball
Lauren Novak

This club was started for girls to play volleyball at a competitive level. We're the JO's of college volleyball! Contact us and see what we're about.

Women's Ultimate Frisbee
Sarah Figueroa

Edinboro Women's Ultimate Frisbee competes against the top D-1 schools in the area. We are looking for students who want to play on a sports team with a high level of competitiveness. It's easy to pick up even if you do not have experience playing ultimate frisbee. We understand that academics come first. We are just a big family who enjoy throwing around frisbees. And we have a lot of fun while doing it!

Contact: Nick Helfer

The wrestling team is new to Edinboro and club sports alike. If you love the sport and would like to continue to pursue it or if you are new to it, contact the team and get involved.

Contact Us

Frank G. Pogue Student Center
405 Scotland Road
Fax: 814-732-2665

Mike Stamp
Assistant Director for Recreation
G6A Frank G. Pogue Student Center