The following clubs are in good standing with the Club Sports Council:
The Emory Weightlifting Club was started in 2004 by Steve Lewis, the varsity Strength and Conditioning coach. The club lifts in the Emory University Varsity Weightroom. In 2004 the Varsity Weightroom was located near the back corner of the Basketball Arena in the Woodruff PE Center (WoodPEC). This room was not much bigger than a 1 car garage. But renovations to the WoodPEC in 2005 have given us a room with 12 platforms and a multitude of other strength training equipment (and a nice view of the track and soccer field).
Emory Club Baseball allows students to continue playing baseball in a competitive atmosphere without the time commitment of Varsity Baseball. We compete in the National Club Base Association, Division II, playing teams all over the South for a chance to play in the Club Baseball World Series.
Emory University Crew was founded in 1990 as a club sport. Today Emory Crew consists of over 70 dedicated athletes and an experienced, dedicated coaching team which includes a former National Team Member and a Former Olympic Bronze Medalist. Emory Crew continues to compete and place in top level national regattas including bringing all three of their boats to the final heat at the 2011 Dad Vail Regatta. Emory Crew is the only crew that rows on Stone Mountain Lake, which offers almost 5,000 meters of straight, smooth water 365 days out of the year. At Emory, you will not only find a quality rowing program but also an excellent academic experience, all at the doorstep of Atlanta.
Cycle and Triathlon
The Cycle and Tri Team welcomes all students with an interest in cycling, swimming, and running with friends! No prior experience necessary. We join in group rides with the Atlanta community and have our own rides, runs, and swim practices. We are members of USA triathlon and compete in collegiate triathlon nationals as well as sprint races and ironman competitions in Georgia and neighboring states.
The Emory Equestrian team is a highly competitive equitation show team that competes in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. Emory Equestrian made history winning its first ever overall horse show grand championship at the New Year Classic Intercollegiate Horse Show hosted by Kennesaw/Georgia Tech/Georgia State. The team is comprised of showing members from both Emory's main campus and Oxford campus in the English discipline. Members of the team carpool once a week to the barn for lessons on a weekly basis. All are welcome—no experience is necessary to be on the team.
The Emory University Fencing Club is home to both competitive and recreational modern sport fencing to Emory University and surrounding Atlanta communities. All skill levels from beginners to Olympians are welcome. We're open to everyone. This is a great place to find out if you have what it takes to be a fencer. It’s also a great place for experienced fencers to sharpen their skills.
The Emory Field Hockey Club competes against schools on the state and regional level. The Field Hockey Club practices during the fall semester and welcome all who are interested in Field Hockey.
There are two teams for Emory Golf. For those with more experience, there is a competitive team. New comers are welcome as well and there is a non-competitive team for them. Emory Golf is sponsored by a national organization within the NCCGA (National Colligate Club Golf Association).
Joining Emory Club Gymnastics is a great way to keep your gymnastics skills sharp while getting involved on campus and making new friends. We hold practices twice a week at the nearby Atlanta Gymnastics Center, and attend competitions during both the Fall and Spring semesters. Competition is not required, but we encourage everyone to participate. We work hard to maintain a stress-free environment and have fun while continuing to advance our gymnastic skills
The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club's goal is to branch out into each style of grappling and search for new techniques and concepts while maintaining the traditional movements that made it so effective. Each practice session details the result-producing tension between grappling skill and submission technique with an emphasis on leverage over strength. Our club is open to Emory University students, faculty, and staff.
Spearheading Emory University's thrust towards name-brand recognition, the Men's Lacrosse Team is one the most successful club teams on campus, proudly citing a recent trip to the National Championship. After several successful seasons, the team looks forward to dominating the SELC Central Conference again this Spring. The club also competes in Division II of the MCLA, one of the nation's most competitive collegiate lacrosse leagues.
Emory Club Women's Lacrosse team is a founding member of SWLL, the Southeastern Women's Lacrosse League. Since its 2001 win in the SWLL championship, Emory has attended all but one SWLL championship, becoming a frequent host to the tournament due to its central location. Being a part of the Emory Club Lacrosse team is a wonderful way to maintain your lacrosse skills, while getting involved on campus and making new friends. We welcome all prospective students and players whether you have experience or not.
The Emory University Polo Club is a chartered club sports team at Emory University. The mission of the Emory University Polo Club is to encourage and promote the sport of polo in a safe and fun manner. The Polo Club is affiliated with the US Polo Association.
The Emory Men's Rugby team competes in a full slate of exhibition and conference matches in both 15s and 7s. The team participates in numerous regional 7s tournaments with an end goal of qualifying for a national championship. The team also plays numerous local schools in 15s as part of our conference play. The coaching staff is outstanding, including a head coach who is a certified USA/IRB coach and member of the positive coaching alliance.
Emory Women's Rugby is a Division II rugby team at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. The team is a part of USA Rugby South and is open to all Emory students, undergraduate or graduate. Women’s Rugby is a gold tier club, the highest level a club sport can achieve, and Emory University's Club Sport of the Year for 2012-2013. The team is also the USA Rugby 2013 Division II South Champions.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a competitive tennis environment, for male and female students not on the varsity tennis teams. These goals will be achieved through tournaments and friendlies with other universities and colleges.
Ultimate is a really fun, simple and physically rewarding sport. People can join from any ability, and are almost unfailingly surprised by how much they improve, and how much they come to love the sport. Emory is a great place to start Ultimate. We have a very friendly squad, a high performing 1st team and great links to local players.Not sure what Ultimate is? It’s an exhilarating, fast paced, non-contact team sport played with a flying disc (since ‘frisbee’ is a trademark.)
Emory Ultimate was unofficially begun in Spring of 2000. A few loyal women practiced weekly and made it to a few tournaments. A year later, Emory Women's Ultimate had finally taken shape as Luna, branching off from Men's Ultimate Club in Fall 2001. Luna stands for Ladies' Ultimate of Northern Atlanta. Ultimate stresses sportsmanship and fair play. Competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of respect between players, adherence to the rules, and the basic joy of play.
Emory Club Volleyball is a student-run organization for volleyball players at Emory University. Our Women's and Men's team host a tournament each semester in addition to competing at other universities all throughout the southeast. Aside from competing in these semester tournaments, both teams go to the Nationals Tournament in April each year. In 2011 the Women’s team because we became a gold tier club sports team and won the Club Sports Team of the Year at Emory.
This club participates in the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) and attends invitationals throughout the Southeast. Men's Water Polo also competes on the national level and made an impressive run in 2011-2012 for a national title. The club has achieved much success in a short period of time, founded in 2009 and making their first national tournament appearance in 2011. Men's Water Polo placed 2nd in the SEC during that same year. The team brags DIII All-Americans, a 2011 Coach of the Year award, and several 1st and 2nd team All-SEC members.
The Emory Women’s Water Polo club is a student run organization that competes in the Southeast Division, alongside the University of Georgia, University of Florida, Florida State University, and the University of Central Florida. The team attends a number of tournaments throughout Florida and Georgia, and occasionally in other parts of the Southeast. The team is grateful for the leadership of Coach Neal Laxpati, who has 13 years of water polo experience. While water polo is a time commitment, it is definitely worth the effort to be a part of this energetic, fun-loving squad. All levels of past experience, or even lack thereof, are welcome.