The Sport Club program consists of registered student organizations that make up the University of Texas Sport Club Association (UTSCA). Each club offers students the opportunity to pursue a higher degree of participation with a group of individuals interested in the same level and type of activity. The UTSCA promotes student participation in a wide variety of physical and athletic activities, contributes to the development of student leadership and provides a bond between individual clubs.
Each club is formed, developed, governed and administered by the student membership of the club working in conjunction with RecSports. While RecSports assists in the development and growth of each club, the emphasis of the program is on student leadership and involvement. The existence of each sport club and the UTSCA is dependent upon student interest and participation.
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Pick-up basketball with the intensity of an Intramural t-shirt competition! Games are played to 15 points in a winner-take-all format.
Short on players during the Volleyball season? You only need four players for this tournament in the Spring semester!
Tired of playing pick-up basketball? This league offers officiated games of 5-on-5 with four weeks of regular season followed by some bracket madness!
8-ball or 9-ball - you choose! Register for this tournament to assess your skills as you compete with the best on campus.
Dodgeball is a 6-on-6 team sport with players competing to knock the opposing team out of the game.
The popular alternative to tackle football, flag football is a 7-on-7 team sport with each team attempting to pull their opponents flags before they reach the end zone.
Bragging rights are on the line! Compete against others on campus to see who is the expert in college hoops!
If you're looking for singles or doubles action on campus - we've got you covered each semester.
A team sport consisting of ten players on each side, batters start with one ball and one strike, facing pitches that reach 6-12 feet in the air.
Faster in the water than you are on your feet? Compete individually or with a team at the Texas Swim Center.
Volleyball with walls! Bring your team of four to the racquetball courts for some intense action.