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Drew University Sport Clubs offer all students the opportunity to participate in competitive sports at a higher level.  Drew University offers various 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 CSport Club List and get involved!  If you do not see your sport, consider starting a new club!

Drew Rangerettes

The Drew Rangerettes 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.  Contact the Rangerettes: rangerettes@drew.edu

Rugby

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 the Men’s Rugby team: DRFC@drew.edu

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 the Women’s Rugby team: DWRFC@drew.edu

Drew Cheer

The Drew Cheer team knows how to bring the spirit on campus! They are made up of a group of energetic Drew students who choreograph and perform fast-paced dance and cheer routines during halftime of men’s and women’s basketball games. They are also available for special invitational performances.  This club is currently rebuilding! Please email: cheer@drew.edu to find out how to try out for the team.

Co-Ed Club Soccer

Drew’s Co-Ed Club Soccer Team is open to anyone who wants to further their education on ‘the beautiful game.’ The team plays in competitions with other northeast colleges and also hosts special viewing parties of the World Cup and other major soccer events. Contact: clubsoccer@drew.edu 

Club Hockey

The Drew University Ice Hockey team is the premier alternative to NCAA hockey.  Our competitive Club Sports Team consists of elite student-athletes who are recruited from top prep, high schools, and junior hockey programs from around the world. It is our goal to give players a high level of competitive hockey without interfering with the college experience and academics. The goal is to develop healthy academic scholars and hockey players that form relationships for life. The team does offer managerial positions and tryout opportunities for walk-ons.  Most games are played in the Tri-State area with an occasional tournament against other National Teams.  We welcome everyone to play, coach or just attend!

Co-Ed Volleyball

The Co-Ed Volleyball Team 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. Contact the Co-Ed Volleyball team: volleyball@drew.edu

Documents and Policies

All full-time Drew University students are eligible to participate in Campus Recreation’s Club Sport programs.

Please read this document for all Club Sport policies and procedures: Club Sport Manual.

All participants of the Drew Rangerettes Dance Team and the Men and Women’s Rugby teams must complete the following forms prior to participation in practice or competition. This paper work must be completed for each academic year. Once completed, the forms need to be handed to the Director of Campus Recreation in the Simon Forum.

  1. Complete the Drew ~ Club Sport Waiver including a list of 2 emergency contact people (do not list teammates).
  2. Please read and complete the Concussion Agreement form. Call Health Services x3414 to set up a “club sport appointment”.  It’s not an actual appointment, but it will send you an electronic form to complete via myHealth Portal through Treehouse.
  3. After submitting the waiver, use Customer ID code 242 31 BE 597 to complete the 25-minute baseline concussion test which is online at the Impact Concussion Test. This test should be completed within 3 days of your first participation with the team. Make sure to allow pop-ups from the site in order to complete the test. This is a fun test of memory and reaction time.
  4. Finally, complete this form: Club Sport Player Info and return to the Director of Campus Recreation in the Simon Forum.