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Club Sports

Campus Recreation provides advisement to all Club Sport organizations.
All registered clubs are student initiated, run passionately for and by the members.  They give students the opportunity to participate in experiences with other students who share similar interests and goals.
Clubs can either be recreational or competitive in nature, with competitive clubs competing against other schools and organizations.

 Oswego State Equestrian Team     Rugby Team

Competitive Club Sports

Cheerleading
Club Baseball
Men's ACHA Hockey Team
Men's Club Lacrosse
Men's Club Soccer
Men's Club Volleyball
Men's Roller Hockey
Men's Rugby Football Club
Oswego State Crew Club
Oswego State Equestrian
Team Paintball Club
Synchronized Skating
Table Tennis Club
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Women's Club Softball
Women's Club Ice Hockey
Women's Club Soccer
Women's Club Volleyball
Women's Rugby

Instructional Club Sports

Del Sarte Dance Club
Fencing Club
TaeKwonDo Chung Do Kwan Club

Recreational Club Sports 

Oswego Badminton Club
Bowling Club
Fishing Club
Oswego Tennis Club 
Outdoor Club
Running Club (Oswego RUN)
Scuba Club (Oswego Scuba Club)
Ski & Snowboard Club
Women's Club Lacrosse

 

Becoming a registered group
All club sports seeking recognition and funding from Student Association should visit The Point in 101 Marano Campus Center or visit the Student Association website. Each registered organization is required to follow the policies and procedures as outlined by the SUNY Oswego Student Handbook, the Student Association and The Point.