Baseball Club (1995) is competitive and successful in Division 2 of the New England - East division of the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA). If you are interested in playing baseball without the time commitment of varsity athletics, try this club.
Contact: Luke Lospitalier
Men's Basketball Club (2018) gives students the opportunity to play competitive intercollegiate basketball against nearby club teams and community colleges. Tryouts are held at the beginning of the fall semester.
Contact: Chad Boyles
Women’s Basketball Club (2003) plays competitively against other college clubs and travels to compete in regional and national tournaments.
Contact: Jenna McDonald
Cheerleading Club (2005) supports the varsity football team at all home games and at the annual Cortaca game. The club also competes at regional and national competitions, including the NCA College Nationals in the spring.
Contact: Grace Catalina
Cortland Dance Company Club (2005) is open to all students, male and female, and allows them to express themselves through a wide variety of dance styles. Each year, the club organizes, choreographs and performs a large recital to showcase the routines developed throughout the year.
Contact: Hayley Mistler
Danceworks Club (1999) performs at halftime for a number of varsity athletic contests and other events. In the spring, the club competes in regional and national competitions. The club promotes the entire well being of its members and contributes to the entertainment value of various athletic events.
Contact: Emma Burdick
D.R.A.M.A. Club (2017) is a recent addition to the sport club program. D.R.A.M.A. stands for Diversity, Rhythm and Movement Association, and the club seeks to promote the knowledge, appreciation, practice, and performance of dance through equity and inclusion. D.R.A.M.A. also promotes the awareness of multicultural life and diversity on campus and dances to a wide range of Caribbean and Hip Hop dance styles.
Contact: Arianah Denoon
Equestrian Club (2004) has a goal to improve one's horseback riding skills at all levels in lessons taught at a local farm, Silver Lining Performance Horses. Club members also have the option of competing on our Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) team.
Contact: Emily Buckley
Figure Skating Club (2014) is a learning based club focused on teaching and mastering basic, intermediate and advanced figure skating skills. We welcome and encourage skaters of all skill levels.
Contact: Arianna Matafias
Field Hockey Club (2001) competes against local colleges and universities as a member of the New York State Club Field Hockey League (NYSCFHL). While the club is competitive within its league, all students interested in this sport are welcome to try out for the club.
Contact: Kathleen Regan
Golf Club (2002) members can learn, practice and perfect their golf skills at a competitive level at Walden Oaks Country Club in Cortland. The club also competes against other college clubs as a part of the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA).
Contact: Cole Davis
Gymnastics Club (2001) offers all students, regardless of experience, the opportunity to learn and practice gymnastics on a recreational or competitive level without the pressures of a varsity program. Members who choose to compete may do so at the local and/or national level.
Contact: Julia Wolf
Men’s Ice Hockey Club (1985) is a competitive member of the Northeast Collegiate Hockey League (NECHL) in Division I of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). The club invites interested students to try out early in the fall semester.
Contact: Jake Manente
Women’s Ice Hockey Club (2011) seeks to provide opportunities for female students to learn, practice, and compete in the sport. The club is always welcoming new members, regardless of experience, and encourages all interested female students to join the club.
Contact: Taylor Story
Jiu Jitsu Club (2016) offers all students, regardless of experience, the opportunity to learn and practice the grappling martial art of Jiu Jitsu on a recreational level. Practices consist of warm-ups, technique instruction, and rolling (sparring).
Contact: Andy Rodriguez
Kickline Club (1990) performs at halftime of varsity football and basketball games and competes in regional events throughout the northeast. They practice dynamic routines, choreographed to a wide variety of dance styles and music. Kickline is a great way to get in shape, make friends and have a lot of fun.
Contact: Brenna Venth
Men’s Lacrosse Club (1994) provides an opportunity for male students to continue their involvement in competitive lacrosse as a member of the National Club Lacrosse League (NCLL).
Contact: Adam Ozuna
Women’s Lacrosse Club (2002) competes in the East Coast Women’s Lacrosse Association (ECWLA) in the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) Division II.
Contact: Bridget Leake
Outdoor Adventure Club (1975) provides opportunities for its entire membership to take part in many wonderful outdoor activities such as camping, whitewater rafting, paintball, skydiving and snowshoeing. Membership is open to anyone with such interests, regardless of their individual level of experience.
Contact: Emily Dick
PyroDynasty Step Club (2016) is a performance club that offers students the opportunity to learn to step. The club hopes to actively compete and perform at college events.
Contact: Jazmin Perez
Rock Climbing Club (2015) is a club that offers students the opportunity to hone their bouldering and rock climbing skills at the indoor rock wall in the new Student Life Center. The club also plans to participate in outdoor rock climbing trips and hopes to compete someday.
Contact: Declan Brown
Roller Hockey Club (2008) offers students the opportunity to practice and compete against other college clubs. The club competes in Division II of the Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (ECRHA).
Contact: Stefen Rosner
Men’s Rugby Club (1970) gives students the opportunity to learn, practice and compete in the sport of rugby. The club competes against other schools in Division I of the Liberty D1-A Conference as a part of USA Rugby.
Contact: Rhys Lawther
Women’s Rugby Club (1993) provides a competitive experience in a relaxed atmosphere for those students interested in exploring the sport of rugby. The club competes in Division II of the Upstate New York Collegiate Rugby Conference.
Contact: Sarah McNulty
Ski/Snowboard Club (1995) welcomes all students, faculty and staff, beginners to experts, who are interested in skiing or snowboarding. In a partnership with seven mountains across the New England area, students receive a discounted Drift Pass to access these mountains. This club provides great experience for the avid skier or snowboarder.
Contact: Kelly Langan
Men’s Soccer Club (2000) offers students the chance to compete at a high level and to increase their knowledge of soccer. In 2016, the club was a part of the Finger Lakes Division in the Region 1 Club Soccer League and traveled to Alabama to compete in the NIRSA NCCS National Soccer Championships.
Contact: Charlie Theofield
Women’s Soccer Club (1999) was established to allow students to develop their own soccer skills and to continue to participate competitively without the time commitment of a varsity sport. The club is competitive in the Eastern NY Division in the Region 1 Club Soccer League.
Contact: Callie Kader
Softball Club (2001) competes in the New England – West Conference of the National Club Softball Association (NCSA), where they have been successful in recent years. In 2016, the club won their conference championship and earned a bid to the New England regional tournament.
Contact: Mackenzie Rudolph
Swim Club (2002) provides a structured environment for men and women to swim without the rigors of a varsity team. Members have the opportunity to compete, although there is no requirement to do so. No experience is necessary and all students are welcome to join.
Contact: Brianna Marrero
Tae Kwon Do Club (2000) is open to students, faculty and staff, and operates on recreational, instructional, and competitive levels. Classes are divided into basics, forms, self-defense, and sparring. The club is competitive as a member of the Eastern Collegiate Tae Kwon Do Conference (ECTC).
Contact: Brian Stringer
Tennis Club (2010) is an evolving club that offers its members the opportunity to learn, practice, and compete in the sport of tennis. Whether you simply enjoy playing or you’re serious about your game, this club has an opening for you.
Contact: Stephanie Maio
Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Club (2009) is made up of male students who share a passion for the game of Ultimate Frisbee. The club offers participants the opportunity to learn and practice while having fun in a growing sport. The club competes in local and regional tournaments and is expanding every year.
Contact: Griffin Malcolm
Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Club (2010) is for female students to learn, practice, and compete in the sport. The club is always seeking new members and encourages all interested female students to experience what they have to offer.
Contact: Savannah Brancato
Men’s Volleyball Club (1989) competes throughout the year in the Division I –North conference of the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (EIVA).
Contact: Mitch Whittaker
Women’s Volleyball Club (2000) fields two competitive squads and is part of the Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League (NWVCL). They compete annually in the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) tournament.
Contact: Jessica Edwards
Women’s Wrestling Club (2019) is a newly formed club for female students who are interested in learning and practicing in the sport of wrestling. The club welcomes all students, regardless of their ability level or experience with the sport. The club does not intend to participate in intercollegiate competition during their first year, but may elect to do so in future years.
Contact: Dennielle Phillip