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Engagement Through Participation


 Through the administration of club functions, the sports club program provides many opportunities for students to gain valuable experience in leadership development, collaboration skills, organizational skills, improved physical skill development and addition of lifetime sport skills. The club program also provides a very positive venue for students to become engaged with the university, promoting the development of a strong sense of community and ownership with the university.


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 Sports clubs at the University of Louisville are governed by the Sport Club Federation, made up of one representative from each organization. The Federation is currently comprised of 20 clubs. New clubs are constantly being formed. If you have an interest in helping to form a club not listed here, contact David Rice, Sport Club Coordinator at 852-6707.

Sports Club Forms (all are in PDF format)

Sports Club Individual Waiver

Sports Club Advisor Agreement

Sports Club Travel Form


Sports Club Contacts




Aikido Club

Adam Roehrig
Dr. Pat Hardesty


Badminton Club

Charles & Bobbi Norton


Ballroom Dance Club

James Beggan


Baseball Club

Petey Cautilli
Erik Eaton


Bowling (Women's)
Bowling (Men's)

Katie Roth
Justin Brown


Faculty/Staff Golf Club

John Smith
David Hatfield


Fencing Club

Stanley Raispis


Ice Hockey Club

Jim Shields
Justin Martinell
Dylan Van Holtz


Kempo Karate Club

Jeremy Briley


Lacrosse Club (Men's)

Greg Harris
Tyler Whitchurch


Power Tumbling Club

Holly Logsdon


Racquetball Club

Gordon Henry


Rugby (Men's)

Spencer Wise
Ken Mance


Soccer Club

Matt Hite


Sports Officials Club

Justin Peterson


Squash Club

John Smith


Table Tennis Club

Benjamin Hota


Tai Chi Club

Carl Meeks


Tae Kwon Do Club

Rick Lichvar


Tennis Club

Samantha Manning


Ultimate Frisbee

Logan Hyman
Kendrick Pennington


Wrestling Club

John Crawford



aikido pictureAikido A martial art that practices disarming your opponent without inflicting physical harm. The club practices at Crawford Gym on Tuesdays from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Fridays at 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Badminton Instruction and practice in this fast paced game is given by Charles Norton, who was a badminton official at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The club practices at the SAC Gym on  Friday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:00pm.

Ballroom Dance aka "Dancing with the Cards" This instructional group consists of students learning many different styles of ballroom dance. Dances include many traditional as well as modern disciplines. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings from 7-9:00pm in the SAC Aerobics room. For more info on the Ballroom Dance Club click here.

Baseball A competitive club team which competes against other local and regional universities. Future goals include joining a collegiate club conference and competing at the national level.

Bowling (Men's and Women's) The Men's and Women's Bowling Clubs are both recreational and competitive clubs. The groups practice at Executive Strike and Spare on Tuesday evenings from 9:00pm - 11:00pm and Sunday afternoon 12:00pm - 2:00pm and competes on the weekends against other local and regional collegiate club teams. Click here for more info on the Bowling Club!

Faculty/Staff Golf The Faculty/Staff Golf Club coordinates the yearly Faculty/Staff Golf Tournament held each year in June. This year's event was held at Nevel Meade Golf Course.

Fencing Instruction provided for all skill levels from beginner to olympic levels. The club participates in regional and national competitions and practices at Crawford Gym on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.Hockey Playing Cardinal

Ice Hockey The Ice Hockey club competes with other club and amateur teams in the Midwest. Practices are held at Iceland Arena on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:15pm to 10:15pm. Click here for this years Ice Hockey Club schedule!

Kempo Karate This is a martial art that focuses on personal development with no competitions. The club practices at Crawford Gym Monday from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM and Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Click here for more info on the Kempo Karate Club!

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Lacrosse (Men's) This club is dedicated to promoting the recreational pursuit of Lacrosse at UofL, while competing regionally against other colleges and universities. The Men's club competes in the National Collegiate Lacrosse League. Click here for more info on the Lacrosse Club!

Power Tumbling  A new club providing training and competition in the acrobatic sport of Power Tumbling, which is considered a "new age gymnastics". If you are a Louisville student that is interested in joining this winning program, email Coach Holly Logsdon at or contact her at GymTyme 502-365-4811! More information on the Power Tumbling Club..


Racquetball This club promotes instruction in racquetball, with the future goal of inter-collegiate competition. Club meetings are held on Wednesday evenings from 7:00pm-9:00pm, and Saturday afternoons from 12:00pm-2:00pm in the Student Activity Center Racquetball Courts. Click here for more info on the Racquetball Club!

Rugby (Men's) The Men's Rugby Club is a group that focuses on competitive Rugby in the local and regional area. Practices are held at University Park Apartments and home matches are staged in Cherokee Park. Click here for more info the Rugby Club!

Soccer (Men's) The Soccer Club is a new club which competes in both indoor and outdoor soccer competition. Click here For more info on the Soccer Club!.

Sports Officials The Sports Officials Club of Louisville (SOL) brings together students who are employed by the Intramural Department to officiate major team sports. Members are also given officiating opportunities locally outside the University, as well as regional and national Extramural tournaments.

Tai Chi This martial art emphasizes the coordination of deep breathing and slow, continuous movement and developing a system of exercise for balancing the mind and body. Click here for more info on the Tai Chi Club or visit the club's Facebook page here.

Tae Kwon Do One of the largest student organizations on campus. Excellent instruction from several national champions! The club practices at Crawford Gym Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Tennis Club The Tennis Club offers professional coaching and teams made up of different ability levels, which allows both inexperienced and experienced players to join and participate in a fun and comfortable environment.

Ultimate Frisbee For more information about the Ultimate Frisbee Club click here!


Sports Club Federation

The Sports Club Federation consists of one delegate from each of the currently recognized sports clubs. These delegates meet three times per semester do discuss current club issues and report on club activities.


Sports Club Federation IDs

Sports Club membership is not limited to university students, faculty, and staff. Community members are allowed in all of our non-competitive clubs, at the discretion of the individual clubs. Club membership should never be more then 50% community members. Those community members must purchase a Sports Club Federation ID, at the cost of $25/semester, in order to gain entrance into club facilities. This ID is valid only during the times of scheduled club practices and does not allow the community member access to Intramural Sports facilities at any other times. This ID can be purchased in the Student Recreation Center Monday-Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.



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