Drew University Club Sports offer all students the opportunity to participate in competitive sports at a higher level. Drew University offers 10 club sports, all of which are student managed. The student leaders provide a fun and competitive atmosphere allowing individuals to continue to participate in the sports they love, meet new people and try new activities. Club Sports are the perfect way stay active, learn new skills and network on- and off-campus.
Begin your involvement today. Check out our Club Sport List and get involved! If you do not see your sport, consider starting a new club!
Belly Dancing - Cheerleading – Dance Club – Dance Team – Men’s Rugby – Women’s Rugby – Step Team – Ultimate Frisbee – Volleyball
Belly Dancing – Classes are twice a week, Monday and Thursday evenings at 7 pm in the lower dance studio of the Simon Forum. Members that desire to do so are allowed to perform with us on various campus events that we are invited to. No prior experience necessary. All genders welcome! Visit the the Facebook Page for more information.
The Cheerleading Club was created in 1988 and since has increased membership each year. The club currently has two teams: advanced and intermediate, allowing all an opportunity to be involved. The Cheerleading club competes all over the east coast and prides itself on being one of the top Cheer clubs in the state. Through hard work, this team continues to strive for the National Championship title. This club is a great way to make lifelong friends and stay in shape, while having the opportunity to be part of a competitive cheerleading team. Contact: Karly Ueda firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dance Club – a club that brings together different styles of dance for many performances throughout the year. This club hosts a dance show in the Spring and participates in other clubs’ events, such as talent shows and open houses for Admissions. http://groups.drew.edu/danceteam/
The Dance Team – can be seen at all home men & women’s basketball games, various University and alumni events, as well as other functions around the Drew University campus. Now, with 26 members, the team has aspirations of bringing home the National competitions. http://groups.drew.edu/danceteam/
The Men’s Rugby Club was founded at Drew University in 1971. The team plays a full schedule of intercollegiate competition as a member of the USA Rugby Union, traveling to matches & tournaments all over the Atlantic Seaboard. The club offers prospective members an outlet for tough physical play on the field and social camaraderie off the field. The rugby club helps to instill a passion for the game and helps prepare its members for life after college by allowing players to practice teamwork, time management, leadership, and physical and mental toughness. The club welcomes both experienced and inexperienced players to join the team. Contact: Nick Canan email@example.com
The Women’s Rugby Club has been successful throughout its 15 year existence. The club competes in intercollegiate matches as a member of the USA Rugby Union. The only requirement for membership is a tough spirit. In 2007 and 2008 the club competed in the Metropolitan NY Playoff and lost close games with Vassar College and Stonybrook, respectively. The coaches and members will teach new members everything they need to know about the fun and exciting sport. Contact: Allison Nachimson firstname.lastname@example.org
The Drew Step Team originated in the fall of 2004 with 10 energetic young women who choreograph and perform fast-paced routines which incorporate rhythmic stomps, hand claps and call-and-response-style. Their steps are executed with drill team precision and usually performed without musical instruments. They are available to perform during halftime of all athletic games, for churches, youth groups, schools/colleges and also special invitational performances. Contact: Asha Dais email@example.com
The Drew Ultimate Frisbee Club (aka Drew Blood) was founded in the late eighties. The clubs first bid to nationals came in 1996, followed by appearances in four of the next five years. Club ultimate offers students a chance to play one of the fastest growing sports in the world. If you enjoy fast-paced, constant action that combines elements of soccer, football, and basketball; ultimate might be the sport for you. The club fields two competitive teams that participate in UPA intercollegiate and club action by traveling around the Mid Atlantic to sanctioned tournaments. Although the teams are generally set by mid-fall, all male students are welcome to attend practice. Be prepared and ready to compete! Contact: Brett Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
The Volleyball Club was founded in the fall of 2011. It is currently a co-ed team looking to become a competitive men’s and women’s program. The team practices 2-3 times/week and looks to compete in local tournaments this year. Kaitlin Kaminski email@example.com