A Sport Club is an officially recognized student organization that is voluntarily formed by students sharing a common interest in a favorite sport. As a club member, you will learn new skills, refine existing skills and participate in scrimmages and competitions. In addition to learning about your chosen sport, you will learn public relations, organization, administration, budgeting and scheduling. A listing of current clubs can be found below.
- Cheer & Stunt
- Hip Hop
- Ice Hockey
- Ultimate Frisbee–Women’s
The Bowling Club is here to provide students the opportunity to participate in and develop skills in the sport of bowling. As well as having that opportunity, we provide members a quality experience that includes physical, social, and emotional growth in a safe and positive environment. One of the benefits of being a part of the club is developing camaraderie and allowing its members excellent growth opportunities in leadership, financial management, governance and cooperation, which are all very practical and valuable lifelong skills. With the combined efforts of the club, there is an enormous opportunity for extramural competition.
There’s no better way to show school spirt by being on the cheerleading team! We cheer at all home football games, 6-7 women’s basketball games, 6-7 men’s basketball games. We perform at 7-8 local competitions in preparation for the State and National Competitions!
We are a group of people that have bonded over the fun of climbing! You can be an advanced climber or have never even climbed in your life and we will gladly let you join!! We will help you become a better climber just by climbing together! The climbing wall creates a great community of people and you’ll make some great friends while here. We also take trips to climb outside (e.g. Devils Lake) and you will get all the latest news on the Outdoor Adventure Center trips and activities.
The UW Oshkosh Dance Team is a competitive collegiate team that typically runs from August until April. Tryouts are always held in mid-May of the academic year before the next season begins. You can audition via video by emailing the club at firstname.lastname@example.org. We compete at local competitions throughout the year as well as perform at football and basketball games to cheer on our fellow Titans! We also compete at the NDA Collegiate Nationals Competition in Daytona Beach, FL! Like us on our Facebook page “UW Oshkosh Dance Team” and follow our Instagram to see all the exciting updates and performance times!
This is an organization that encourages and recognizes the love for the outdoors with an emphasis on fishing. Members will be able to learn and talk about fishing techniques with members of the organization. Members also experience the recreational and competitive side of fishing by participating in volunteer and tournament activities. This club hosts trips, events, and speakers from the community to help aid in information.
The purposes of the UWO- Hip Hop Dance Team are to support the University by entertaining the crowd at various performances and being involved in many events around campus and community. The team is committed to strive for the best, learning new skills, and appreciate the many styles of Hip Hop. The team is also dedicated to competing at local competitions.
The UW Oshkosh Hockey Club is a competitive hockey team that participates in Division 2 in the ACHA. In the 2014-2015 season the UWO Hockey club became part of the Northern Collegiate Hockey League, we play other schools in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Minnesota. The season consists of between 20 and 25 games from September through February, with on ice practices two days a week and one off ice practice a week. Our home games are at the YMCA on 20th Ave. in Oshkosh. Come out and watch us!
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Racquetball club is a club where people get together to play a nice friendly game of racquetball.
Goal: To help grow the second fastest growing sport in the world, Rugby. Rugby is a full-contact sport that has a place on the team for every athlete of all shapes and sizes. No experience is necessary as many rugby players nationwide start for the first time in college. Our club wants to expand the knowledge of the game of all its members and therefore has a “no cuts” policy to ensure that everyone gets a chance to play. The team is very welcoming of anyone who will willing give rugby a shot!
Aviatrix Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team is a competitive club sport team that holds practices, competes in tournaments across the Midwest, and strives to encourage Spirit of the Game and fun for all!
Our goal as a team is to help grow the sport of Ultimate Frisbee at UW Oshkosh and influence an increase in female participation within the sport. We pride ourselves on inclusion and encourage women of all skill levels to play! No experience is necessary!
Casual pick up games are usually hosted weekly (weather permitted).
The men’s volleyball team competes under the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) as a collegiate club program. UW-Oshkosh is considered by most to be the best collegiate club program in the nation. The Titans have won the 2006, 2007, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016 NCVF Division I national titles and the 2010, 2012 and 2014 NCVF Division III national titles. The Titans have a total of 10 National Championships in their history and have 47 individuals that have combined to be awarded All-American 71 times.
UW-Oshkosh has about 32-36 guys on the team every year and within that number of guys the program has three teams. The Titans label them Division I, Division II and Division III. Unlike a lot of programs that have 25-30 guys on one team, UW-Oshkosh has about 10-12 players so that everybody gets a lot of playing time.
The entire squad practices together and the teams are established during preseason which starts during a three week class (interim) in January. During the season the team practices about three times per week with matches and tournaments mostly on the weekend. The Titans compete in the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference and the Midwest Ten Conference. The season runs until the first week of April when the team competes in the national championships.
UW-Oshkosh has had two state players of the year on the team, many all-state players and countless all-conference selections. With the success of the program on the national scene, the Titans have attracted players from beyond the Wisconsin boarder as well, including players from Illinois, Michigan and Minnesota. A source of pride for UW-Oshkosh is also the ability to recruit and develop players that might not have had the opportunity to play in high school because it is not offered as a sport.
The UW-Oshkosh Women” Club Volleyball Team provides students the opportunity to stay involved in competitive volleyball without interfering with their educational priorities. The Club Volleyball Team is a step below the University’s team, but a step above the intramural level. The Team plays in tournaments at various schools in the Midwest and attends the national tournament at the end of the season