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Field Hockey Club


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About Field Hockey Club


The Virginia Tech Field Hockey Club is comprised of fun, dedicated athletes who compete against varsity and other club programs. The team practices four to five times a week in Rector Field House. The club practices and plays most of their games on Astroturf, which increases the speed and intensity of the game. The Field Hockey Club prides itself on unity; both on and off the field. The club welcomes anyone who enjoys playing field hockey and is looking for fun and competitive recreation. Tryouts have concluded. Congratulations to all who made the team!

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Fencing Club


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About Fencing Club


We provide 6 weeks of free beginner's lessons at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters! The next demo is on Monday January 24, 2011 at 7:30 pm in War Memorial Gym 141. Lessons continue on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 pm in the War Memorial Dance Room. Each year the Virginia Tech Fencing Club fields a men's and women's team to compete in meets in Virginia and surrounding states.

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Equestrian Club


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About Equestrian Club


The Equestrian Club of Virginia Tech is a recognized student organization. It is composed of undergraduate and graduate students who have an interest in horses. The purpose of the club is to: * Provide a forum for the exchange of information about equine species, their characteristics, and care. * Sponsor the Intercollegiate Riding Team (IRT) in its competitive riding schedule during the academic school year. * Allow interested students to organize, participate in or observe equine related activities such as horse shows and clinics.

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Cycling Club


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About Cycling Club


The Virginia Tech Cycling Club is open to all bicyclists, encouraging both men and women to join. It is an excellent way to improve your cycling skills, meet new people and enjoy the outdoors. The club supports bicycle racing and races in the Atlantic Coast Collegiate Cycling Conference (ACCCC). All members who wish to race must apply for a NCCA/USCF Racing License. The club members train seven days a week, usually beginning at the War Memorial Chapel.

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Cricket Club


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About Cricket Club


The Cricket Club of Virginia Tech was established in the spring of 1996. The club is recognized as one of the stronger Cricket Clubs on the east coast. In addition to competition, the club hopes to bring much needed exposure to the sport of cricket on campus and within the region. The club is open to anyone interested in playing cricket, regardless of experience. Games are played on weekends against teams throughout the east.

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Crew Club


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About Crew Club


The Crew Club at Virginia Tech is a hard working team made up of both men and women. The club practices five days a week at Claytor Lake, located about 30 miles southwest of the Virginia Tech campus. Crew participates in four regattas per semester. Anyone is welcomed and encouraged to come out, keeping in mind that the club is very competitive, so be prepared to work hard!

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Clay Target Club


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About Clay Target Club


The members of the Virginia Tech Clay Target Team compete in a number of different events during both the Fall and Spring semesters including Trap, Skeet, International Trap, Olympic Skeet, and Sporting Clays. They have recently hosted and attended several competitions in Virginia as well as attended competitions in Kentucky, Delaware, Missouri, Kansas and the ACUI Collegiate National Clay Target Championships in San Antonio, Texas.

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Bowling Club


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About Bowling Club


The Virginia Tech Bowling Club is open to all bowlers looking for both fun and competition. The collegiate team competes against schools throughout the east, southeast, and midwest. Tryouts for the Bowling Team are held at the beginning of the fall semester. The club meets every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at the NRV Superbowl in Christiansburg. So come check us out!

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Baseball Club


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About Baseball Club


The Baseball Club applied for admission to the Virginia Tech Sports Club Federation in the Spring of 2000. The team has been a registed student organization since 1998. The VT Baseball Club is a part of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA), and they play over 50 games a year. There are 30 members in the club, and they offer opportunities to join the club in the fall and the spring. One of the goals of the club is to win the NCBA World Series. The Club offers college-level competition. The club practices and plays home games in the New River Valley.

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What are some places sport clubs have traveled to?

Sports clubs have visited many areas within this region and nationally, including Colorado, Texas, California, Florida, New York, and Virginia.

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