Learn a new sport or excel in a traditional one! Recreation and Wellness is proud to offer a wide variety of club sports and is open to students and full-time faculty and staff, regardless of experience. With club sports you can compete against teams from other universities and participate in healthy competition.
Club sports at ODU are broken into two types - competitive clubs and instructional clubs. In competitive clubs players practice with their fellow Monarchs before facing off with other teams from different universities. Competitive clubs are a great way to compete with other students outside of ODU. Instructional clubs offer Monarchs a great way to learn a new sport and push each other to their maximum ability. Members of instructional clubs represent ODU and compete in exciting regional and national competitions once or twice each year.
Competitve Sport Clubs
This club provides an opportunity for ODU students to pursue their passion for running on a collegiate team level. Please click here for more information on the club.
This club provides an opportunity for ODU students to train and participate in triathlon and duathlons events. Please click here for more information on the club.
This club provides an opportunity for women to compete against club teams from other universities at a level that is a step above Intramurals but a step below Collegiate Athletics while having fun in the process. For more information email email@example.com.
This club provides an opportunity for students and faculty/staff to continue their competitive play in baseball against other regional teams. For more information contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: Fall $80
The Field Hockey Club provides members with an opportunity for weekly team practices and for seasonal competition against a variety of collegiate clubs. For more information contact the Club at email@example.com
As a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association and the Blue Ridge Hockey Conference, the Ice Hockey Club competes against club from other universities. Iceland of Hampton Roads, located in Virginia Beach, is the club's home ice. For more information contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fast Pitch Softball Club provides a chance for individuals to learn new skills regardless of their experience level through weekly practices as well as games against a variety of collegiate clubs. For more information contact the at email@example.com.
As a member of the National Collegiate Club Golf Association, the club competes in tournaments against other collegiate clubs. Come join the club to learn more about golf. For more information contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men's Lacrosse: The Lacrosse Club offers weekly practices and games against other collegiate clubs. Come join the club to learn more about lacrosse.
Women's Lacrosse: This club offers weekly team practices and seasonal games against various collegiate clubs.
The Rowing/Crew club participates in a number of regattas on the east coast, including Dad Vails. They're looking for dedicated individuals to have fun, compete, and win - no matter what your experience is, you are welcome to join this club.
Men's Rugby: Try an exciting new full contact sport. The team travels to various colleges. No experience necessary.
No ODU club dues; however, participants must pay dues to USA Rugby
Women's Rugby: this club will provide an opportunity for women to participate in rugby matches through the Virginia Rugby Union.
Men's Soccer: This competitive club offers weekly practices and games against other collegiate club teams. Come join the club and learn more about the beautiful game.
Women's Soccer: The Women's soccer club allows women who enjoy soccer to continue playing beyond the high school level. Come out and join a fun team that practices regularly and plays competitively against other universities.
As a member of the USTA Tennis on Campus program, the club schedules matches against other collegiate clubs in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Come join the club to learn more about tennis.
As a member of the Ultimate Players Association, the Ultimate Frisbee club provides an opportunity for students to participate in Ultimate Frisbee competitions along the east coast.
Men's Volleyball: The men's volleyball club provides an opportunity for students to compete against volleyball clubs from other universities.
Women's Volleyball: The women's Volleyball Club provides opportunity for students to compete against volleyball clubs from other universities.
The Triathlon Club (Co-Rec) is a club that strives to promote teamwork, physical fitness and wellness by providing an opportunity for students to train for tri events.
Cost (Noice): $50
Cost (Elite): $50
Cross Country Club (Co-Rec) being apart of this club is to pursue your passion for running at a collegiate level-team relationship, competition and fitness.
***All rates are subjec to change***
Instructional Sport Clubs
Fencing is a sport of milliseconds and millimeters. It has been described as 'physical chess.' At ODU, we introduce beginners to the art of fencing and prepare everyone for competitions across the East Coast. Practice is held 2-3 times per week.
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The aim of this club is to teach various forms of traditional Martial Arts in a sage and disciplined environment. Please click here for more information on the club.