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Club Sports


The Physical Education Department supports the following club programs:

Alpine Ski Team

The Hamilton Alpine Ski team provides students with the opportunity to either continue participating in competitive alpine racing events or learn the sport for the first time, support both men’s and women’s teams. We participate in the Mideast Division of the USCSA, the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association, which hosts 5 regular season 2-day races culminating in the National Championship Tournament. Last season, both the men’s and women’s teams qualified for the Regional round of competition, and one woman qualified for the National round of competition. Contact Alpine Ski Team at alpineski@hamilton.edu.

Club Hockey

The Hamilton College Club Hockey Team provides the opportunity to play quality hockey in a competitive environment. Hamilton Club Hockey consists of experienced members who have played at the high school and prep school level. The team competes in the Upstate New York Club Hockey League (UNYCHL) which consists of 21 teams, and has won league championships in 2010 and 2018. Practices are held on Monday and Wednesday nights, and plays on weekends. Experience is recommended and new players are welcomed. Contact Club Hockey at hchockey@hamilton.edu.

Club Water Polo

The Hamilton College Water Polo Club is an open organization created for the advancement of water polo skills and intercollegiate competition. Founded in the Spring of 2009, the club competes every fall in the competitive New York Division (against Columbia, Colgate, Cornell, University of Buffalo, New York University, United States Military Academy, Binghamton University, Syracuse University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute). Prior experience is not necessary. Contact Club Water Polo at poloclub@hamilton.edu.

Curling Team

The Hamilton College Curling Team hopes to expose members to the wonders of the little known sport of Curling. We practice and compete in a fun non-competitive league dedicated to sportsmanship and the spirit of curling. Contact Curling Team at curl@hamilton.edu.

Fencing Club

The Fencing Club is a coed club sport. The team practices from 6-8pm on Tuesdays and 7-9pm on Thursdays. No experience is required to join the team. We practice foil, epee, and sabre. Contact Fencing Club at fencing@hamilton.edu.

Figure Skating Club

The figure skating team aims to provide practice space and lesson time for figure skaters of all levels. We practice 3 times a week when the rink is open, choreograph a routine which is performed at the Citrus Bowl, compete annually, and host Ham Skate, a free night of skating for the Hamilton community. Contact Figure Skating Club at hcfsc@hamilton.edu.

Hamilton Equestrian Team (HET)

The Hamilton Equestrian Team is a club sport that strives for excellence in horseback riding and horsemanship. The club competes in IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association) competitions and focuses on hunter-jumper style riding. The goal is to provide riding lessons and show opportunities for all members. The team is open to anyone, regardless of riding or showing experience, and rides at Fairway Farms (about a 9-minute drive from campus) with our coaches, Kate Hockersmith and Trish McNamara. Contact Hamilton Equestrian Team (HET) at hunt@hamilton.edu.

Men's Club Soccer

To provide an organized system in which students who wish to play soccer competitively may compete at a non-varsity level. Contact Men's Club Soccer at Clubsocr@hamilton.edu.

Men's Rugby Club

The Men's Rugby team is one of the largest club sports on campus. The team competes in the Upstate Small College Rugby Conference (UpSCRC), which is part of the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO). New players are always welcome to join the team, and no prior experience is necessary. Practices are held Monday - Friday, 4:30 - 6:00pm on Minor Field during fall and spring. Contact Men's Rugby Club at hcrugby@hamilton.edu.

Nordic Skiing

We seek to enjoy winter through the sport of Nordic Skiing. It's a great way to exercise and enjoy the company of others when it's cold out. We also attend races with other college club teams. Contact Nordic Skiing at hnordic@hamilton.edu.

Running Club!

Our goal is to run outside year round to promote health and happiness. By running with a group our runs are a time to let go of all of the stresses around us and just run and have fun as a group. We build a community by having dinners after runs and organizing social events throughout the year. Contact Running Club! at running@hamilton.edu.

Sailing Team

The Hamilton Sailing team is a competitive club team. We practice 3 times a week in the Fall and represent Hamilton at regattas 5-6 weekends also in the Fall. Contact Sailing Team at sailing@hamilton.edu.

Ultimate Frisbee

The Hamilton College Ultimate Frisbee team is a group of people who is passionate about creating a fun, spirited, and inclusive space to play ultimate! We are an ever-growing, self-coached team that accepts players of all types of experience. Our team practices year-round. During our fall and spring seasons, we practice outdoors Monday through Friday for two hours. We attend several open and women’s tournaments each fall in the Northeast and have been known to take home a trophy or two. We continue our practices indoors two or three times a week during the winter months. In the spring, we compete in the Metro East USAU college series. Last year, our women's team made it to regionals, and the men's team made it to nationals in Texas! Off the field, the team enjoys many social gatherings and unique team bonding throughout the year, like team dinners, formals, hangs, and movie nights! Contact Ultimate Frisbee at ultimate@hamilton.edu.

Women's Club Basketball

The Hamilton College Women's Club Basketball team is a club sport that provides its members the opportunity to practice and compete at an intercollegiate level. The team practices twice a week, usually for an hour and a half, doing drills and playing against each other in teams. We compete with schools such as Binghamton University, Le Moyne College, Cornell University, etc. in various home games, away games, or tournaments. New players with varying levels of experience are welcomed to join the team although some experience is recommended. Contact Women's Club Basketball at wcbball@hamilton.edu.

Women's Club Soccer

The purpose of this organization shall be to give female students a chance to play soccer at a competitive level in an environment that is more relaxed than that of varsity soccer. Contact Women's Club Soccer at clubscr@hamilton.edu.

Women's Rugby Football Club

The Women’s Rugby Team is a competitive club sport that provides a positive, fun and enriching environment for athletes who enjoy team sports. No experience is needed, and the majority of students who join the team have no prior knowledge of the game. The team usually practices on Minor Field from 4:30 to 6:30 pm Monday through Friday. We are a part of the Central National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO), and we compete in both the fall and spring seasons. Rugby is a club sport, meaning that there are no try-outs or cuts and everyone plays. Contact Women's Rugby Football Club at hcwrugby@hamilton.edu.

Contact Information


Pat Giruzzi

Director of Club Sports
315-859-4536 pgiruzzi@hamilton.edu
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