Sport club teams represent Virginia Tech and play against other colleges and universities, but are not part of the university's NCAA athletics program. Sport clubs are supported by Recreational Sports, but each team is run by a set of officers.
Most sport club teams hold tryouts (some prior to the start of school) so it is important to get in touch with a club officer to find out details. However, some sport clubs require no prior skill at the sport – they'll teach you what you need to know! You can find something new to try.
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The Baseball Club applied for admission to the Virginia Tech Sports Club Federation in spring 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.
Website: Club Baseball
Contact: Josiah Armstrong, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Women's Club Basketball was formed in the fall of 2000. The team is a member of the East Coast Women's Basketball League and competes against teams including UVA, UNC, NC State, JMU, and Maryland. Tryouts are held each year for new team members who want to play basketball at a competitive intercollegiate level.
Contact: Audrey Billups, email@example.com
The members of the Virginia Tech Clay Target Team compete in a number of different events during 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. The team practices on a weekly basis at the Izaak Walton Gun Club in Christiansburg, Virginia and holds additional practices at Dublin Clays in Dublin, Virginia, Summit Springs in Ferrum, Virginia, and the Triangle Sportsmen's Club in Bluefield, Virginia. The Virginia Tech Clay Target Team strives for excellence in citizenship, scholarship, and marksmanship. The club sport is open to all students, graduate or undergraduate, who would like to improve their clay target skills and have a good time.
Contact: Brandon Palazzo, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Competitive Cheerleading Club applied for admission to the Virginia Tech Sports Federation in spring 2011. The team has been a registered student organization since 2006. The VT Competitive Cheerleading team consists of about 30 female collegiate athletes and competes in four to five national cheerleading competitions per year. The girls on this team are dedicated and everyone works extremely hard to learn new and difficult skills. The Competitive Cheerleading team is known for its hard working athletes, innovative routines, and a tremendous amount of Hokie spirit. The team offers opportunities to join the competitive cheerleading squad in the fall and spring.
Contact: Logan Schlange, email@example.com
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!
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.
Contact: Rounak Mukhopadhyay, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Contact: Steffen Erickson, email@example.com
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. Other activities the Equestrian Club participates in include guest speakers, trips to the Virginia Horse Center, trips to other shows, and fund raising events such as open horse shows held on campus.
Website: Equestrian Club
Contact: Karly Clayton, firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide 6 weeks of free beginner's lessons at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters! 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. The women's team competes in the Virginia Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association (VIWFA) and the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association (NIWFA), and the men's team competes for the Virginia Cup. Both teams compete in the Southern Atlantic Conference (SAC) and the United States Association of Collegiate Fencing Clubs (USACFC). The club is a member of the United States Fencing Association (USFA) providing fencing for college students and community members. Every fall the club hosts the Virginia Tech Open with the Virginia Division for the SFA; it has been one of the largest USFA meets in Virginia. Both beginning and experienced fencers are welcome to join our club.
Website: Fencing Club
Contact: Caroline Marti, email@example.com
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.
Contact: Connor Mclaren, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Golf Club (VTGC) plans and organizes golf related events for its members, both male and female. These events generally follow the format of interclub competitions, tournaments, intercollegiate events, and weekly practices. The club tries to schedule at least one big event each semester in which the members of the club take a weekend trip to various resorts across the nation. The VTGC was established in spring 2003 as a student organization at Virginia Tech. However, in the fall of 2004, we were fortunate to become an actual club sport sponsored by the university. The VTGC has no handicap or prior experience requirements, but it is aimed at serious golfers. We are open to those who want to learn and have plans to give weekly lessons. As a member of the National Collegiate Golf Club Association, the VTGC is able to compete against several other university golf clubs in tournaments held twice a semester. Qualifying rounds within our club are held for each of these tournaments. The VTGC offers students an opportunity to gain valuable experience on the golf course. Our goal is to give students an opportunity to play competitive golf in an exciting and fun-filled environment that builds bonds united by a common interest.
Website: Golf Club
Contact: Eli Gary, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Gymnastics Club consists of men and women of all skill levels. They practice in the War Memorial Gymnastics room from 7-10pm on Monday through Thursday, 5-8pm on Fridays. The club is for gymnasts who want to stay in shape or want to remain competitive in the sport. Each November the club hosts it's annual Hokie Classic Meet, which usually consists of 10-15 other schools. In the spring they travel to other schools to compete. The club is open to those looking for instruction, competition, and fun.
Contact: Dean Conte, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Ice Hockey Club, formed in the early 1980's, provides an opportunity for Virginia Tech students to play competitive ice hockey at the collegiate level. The team is a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association and competes in the MACHA conference against teams including Liberty, UMBC, Penn State, Temple, Kennesaw State, ECU. The team carries a roster of approximately 30 players. Home games are played on weekend evenings at the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke. All skill levels are welcome to attend tryouts at the beginning of the hockey season. If you are interested in trying out please visit www.virginiatechicehockey.com and fill out a recruitment form.
Contact: Logan Simonian, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Men's Lacrosse Club was organized in 1948, priding itself as being one of the oldest sport clubs at Virginia Tech. In the spring semester, the club practices six days a week with conditioning, skill development, and team strategy. For the remainder of the season, the club practices five days a week with games on weekends. The club, during a typical season, attends two tournaments and plays 12 - 15 games. All skill levels are welcome to join the club.
Contact: Sullivan Warner, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re looking for a fun, dedicated, and competitive team... come try out for Women’s Club Lacrosse! As the WDIA National Championship winners in 2009, VT’s Women’s Club Lacrosse team has a competitive edge but still leaves room for lots of fun with socials, fundraisers, and charity events!!
Contact: Maggie Hyland, email@example.com
Formally founded in the fall of 1998, the Virginia Tech Roller Hockey Team competes with other colleges and universities through the Southeastern Collegiate Roller Hockey League (SECRHL) as a part of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (NCRHA). Other members of this league include Florida, Florida State, Tennesee, Tampa, South Carolina, James Madison, and more. The VT Roller Hockey Team is comprised of both Division II and Divison III teams which compete in tournaments throughout the southeastern United States at locations such as Snellville, GA and Taylors, SC from early October to late February. The team has made nationals appearances in 2013, 2014, and 2015. The primary functions of the team are competition, representation of Virginia Tech, sportsmanship, and continued exposure of roller hockey to the public. The team is always looking for new talent, if you are interested in trying out for the team please email our team contact.
Website: Roller Hockey Team
Contact: Katherine Grinter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rugby has the speed of basketball, the contact of football and the strategy of chess. Although the club was only founded in 1968, rugby was first played on campus in 1891, and was one of the original organized sports played at the school. If you are looking for an action-packed sport, try out for the club; it would be beneficial if you have played before, but if you have no experience then this isn't a problem. We are primarily looking for athletes who take their sport seriously and want to improve as a player and as a person. The Men's Rugby Club plays a fall and spring schedule.The club has three teams; Varsity, Reserves, and Junior Varsity. The club now competes in the Atlantic Coast Rugby League, which is comprised of teams from schools within the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Contact: Brian O'Neal, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Women's Rugby Club is a fellowship of athletes dedicated to the playing and promotion of Rugby Union Football at Virginia Tech, and also dedicated to the advancement of Virginia Tech's reputation. The club was originally founded in the late 1970s and disbanded in 1990 but was re-founded in the fall of 1992. They are always recruiting new players. A willingness to have fun is the only prerequisite for participation. The club is a great opportunity to meet new people and experience the action of rugby.
Contact: Kirn Kaur, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Snow Ski Club has been an active club since 1981. The club is coed and has a men's and women's Alpine Ski Racing Team that competes in the Southeastern Collegiate Ski Conference. There is an A team and B team to give everyone an opportunity to compete. The club does dry-land training from October until December. This consists of running, stadium steps, soccer, ultimate frisbee, football, and exercise drills. The Ski Club has on-trial workouts at Winterplace Ski Resort, in Beckley, WV. They compete in various locations in West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina during the regular season.
Contact: Katherine Dunay, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Men's Club Soccer team was established in fall 1999. The team holds tryouts the second week of classes every fall. Tryouts are open to anyone who enjoys soccer and has a drive to play at a competitive level. The team practices four days a week and travels to several tournaments a year including Clemson Socctoberfest and the Region II Championships. VT also hosts the Hokie Invitational in the fall.
Contact: Rick Catania, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Women's Soccer Club was established in 1983 with the goal of providing all students the opportunity to play and learn soccer. The club competes against teams along the East Coast. The playing season is primarily in the fall semester with practice five days a week and games on weekends. Membership is open to all that are interested in playing soccer. The club enjoys improving their skills in the exciting game of soccer. In 1997, the club competed in the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) National Tournament and earned the Open Division Championship.
Contact: Adrian Weber, email@example.com
Established in 1985, the Virginia Tech Women's Softball Club competes against other schools regionally in women's fast-pitch softball. The club was re-organized in March of 1996, by members who work together to improve their skills and to have fun. The club practices four times a week and has games on the weekends in the fall and spring. Practices and games are held on the South Recreational Fields (SRA Fields). The club is looking for new members who want to be involved and active. It is open to all players seeking competition and fun.
Contact: Carley Kastner, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Men's Tennis Club joined the Recreational Sports department in 2004, though it was established in 2000. The club is extremely competitive on a regional and national scale, as the finalists in the 2007 Battle of the Sections in Flushing Meadows, NYC and Sectionals in Charlottesville while winning the Copper Bracket in the 2008 Campus National Championship. The team finished the season ranked 14th in the country by collegeclubtennis.com. The club practices five days a week and plays in both dual matches all along the East Coast and tournaments all over the Mid-Atlantic sections on weekends. The team competes in both the fall and spring seasons, with tryouts taking place every fall.
Contact: Charlie McCray, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Women's Club Tennis Team was accepted into the sports club federation in the fall of 2004. The club is set up to have a competitive and fun tennis atmosphere for female tennis players at Virginia Tech. Members practice as a team four times a week and play weekend matches against other colleges and universities. Tryouts are held every fall and challenge matches establish members' ladder positions.
Contact: Delaney Rhodus, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Triathlon Club has been a registered student organization since 1999 and was accepted into the VT Sport Club Federation in the spring of 2001. The goal of the club founders was to create an organization that would provide recreation for student-athletes with a desire to learn the sport of triathlon. The club has not limited itself to strictly triathlons; many members also compete in other multi-sport and/or endurance races such as duathlons, marathons, and ultra marathons. The club competes in intercollegiate events on regional and national levels. There are currently over 60 members of all abilities, ranging from first time racers to seasoned triathletes. The club is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled as a student at Virginia Tech. Feel free to contact an officer or stop by a weekly meeting and check us out! MEETINGS HELD EVERY TUESDAY @ 8:15PM MCCOMAS - ROOM 143
Contact: Laura Sullivan, Laurafs3@vt.edu
The Virginia Tech Men's Volleyball Club was established in 1983, and consists of both an "A" and a "B" team. The club competes with teams across the U.S. and is a member EIVA's Southern Division. During the fall the team usually travels to one big event (Michigan State), and to Indiana in the spring, along with Divisional Finals, Conference Finals, and finally Nationals. The team expects its players to be very dedicated, and asks that everyone try to schedule classes around practice times (4pm-6pm). During the season the club practices four times per week for two hours per practice. The club holds tryouts at the beginning of each semester; any questions can be directed toward the club president.
Contact: Nick Spichiger, email@example.com
Virginia Tech Women's Club Volleyball is a student organization registered through the Division of Student Affairs and the Department of Recreational Sports at Virginia Tech. We are affiliated with the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) and USA Volleyball (USAV). The purpose of VTWCVB is to promote the sport of volleyball and provide opportunities for women to play in competitive tournaments at the collegiate club level. Membership is open to registered female students of the Virginia Tech community.
The club’s members are selected through a try-out process at the beginning of each semester. Members who wish to try-out should visit the club website for information on times and locations for try-outs. Players will be selected to participate on either the Maroon or Orange Team. Each team will have approximately 10-12 team members to allow for a high level of participation by all team members. Teams practice Monday through Thursday, as well as travel and host tournaments in the Fall and Spring. Both teams will travel to the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation's National Tournament in the Spring semester.
All members are dedicated, hardworking and committed to the club. They are asked to make every effort to schedule classes around practice times and tournaments and are held accountable to maintaining a high academic standard.
Contact: Paige Krebs, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Tech Water Polo Club joined The Sport Club Federation in 1995-1996. Just this year, the club was split into men's and women's teams. The club is growing progressively stronger in organization, unity, and club competition. The Men's Water Polo Club has been part of the Collegiate Waterpolo association for four years and competes in the Atlantic division against schools in Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina. The team also travels nationally competing in Invitationals and other events when league play allows. If you are looking for competition, fun, and action do not hesitate! Join the Water Polo Club, no experience is necessary though some swimming ability will be helpful.
Contact: Brian Daly, email@example.com
The Virginia Tech Women's Water Polo Club has been an independent women's club since 2003. This year they will be competing in Collegiate Water Polo Association in the spring, as well as attending invitational tournaments in the fall. The team is very dedicated and practices for two hours, three times a week. The club is always looking for additional members that have a strong swimming background, willingness to learn, and most of all love to have a great time.
Contact: Karly Ginieczki, firstname.lastname@example.org