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Sport Clubs


Interested In Joining a Club?

Central Washington University will be hosting Demo Day on Tuesday, September 20th. Demo Day is an opportunity for incoming students to meet with the existing members of CWU Sport Clubs to find out more information about the various clubs that CWU has to offer. Look at the schedule below to find the time that your club of interest will be meeting.

5:00-5:30 PM5:45-6:15 PM6:30-7:00 PM
Climbing @ SURC Room 135Swimming @ SURC Room 135Water Polo @ SURC Room 135
Men’s Soccer @ SURC Room 137 A

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee @ SURC Room 137 A

Men’s Lacrosse @ SURC Room 137 A
Women’s Soccer @ SURC Room 137 BWomen’s Ultimate Frisbee @ SURC Room 137 BWomen’s Lacrosse @ SURC Room 137 B
Wrestling @ SURC Room 140Cycling @ SURC Room 140Tennis @ SURC Room 140
Dance @ SURC Room 201Rodeo @ SURC Room 201Equestrian @ SURC Room 201
Ice Hockey @ SURC Room 202Archery @ SURC Room 202Golf @ SURC Room 202
 Wake Sports @ SURC Room 301 


The Central Washington University Collegiate Sport Club Program is designed to allow men and women to participate in regional and intercollegiate competitive activities. It is our desire to extend to each student at CWU the opportunity to participate in a sport club individually or as a team. The Collegiate Sport Club Program is designed to provide opportunities for CWU Students, with mutual interests in a sporting activity, to pursue their interests more in depth. Each club is formed, developed, governed, and administered by their student membership. Student leadership, interest, and participation are essential elements of a successful sport club.

The Collegiate Sport Club Program at CWU is designed to be a learning experience for members through their involvement in fundraising, public relations, organization, leadership, administration, budgeting, and scheduling. As a participant in a Collegiate Sport Club, the student receives leadership opportunities and training through active participation. The leadership traits developed through these experiences are not only intended to benefit the students during their time on campus, but long after they leave the university.

To get involved or join a club today, contact Corey Sinclair at (509) 963-3516 or