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Club Sports

EKU Baseball pitcher at game against Ohio State University

The goal of EKU Competitive sports is to provide and safe, fun, and welcoming environment for the students, faculty, and staff of Eastern Kentucky University. Competitive Sports seeks to accomplish this through education of student employees and sport club team members in conflict management, professionalism, time management, and leadership; while also offering a wide range of inclusive sports following current state and national trends via NIRSA.

The Club Sports Program is designed to provide opportunities for students with similar interests to participate in various sports or recreational activities. Each club is organized by students and is student governed with assistance from Campus Recreation. Clubs are designed primarily for undergraduate students, but graduate students and faculty/staff can participate with the approval of the club. Club Sports are committed to providing an inclusive community. Through competition and skill development, lifelong relationships are built while emphasizing healthy lifestyles.

We currently sponsor 18 registered student organizations, that are identified by Campus Recreation as Club Sports.  Our clubs are all self-governed and operate with funding from team fundraising and Student Government Association (SGA) allocations.  Most clubs hold tryouts during the fall and spring semesters. For more information on a particular club, contact Douglas Ream.

For information about starting a club please visit the EKU Student Life web page and view the Club Sports Manual. 

Club Contact Person
Archery Isaiah Sparks
Club Baseball Alex Weldon
Bass Fishing Luke Fletcher
Disc Golf Zachary Smart
Equestrian Makenzi Cooper / Grace Donahue
Esports Ian McGinnis
Fencing Caleb Byrnside
Ice Hockey Santo Scillia
Club Men’s Volleyball Garrett Lunn
Rock Climbing Faith Conway
Rugby Hank McArthur
Shotgun Nick Cockerel
Club Women’s Soccer Brenna Voss
Club Softball Sara Vanoy
Swimming David Stevenson
Table Tennis Dalton Adkins
Tennis Steven Larkin
Club Women’s Volleyball Nora Caudill

Club Sports FAQs

1. How do I join a sport club? Most clubs hold tryouts at the beginning of each semester.

2. What clubs do you offer? We offer many sport clubs at EKU Campus Recreation. Check out all we have to offer on EKU’s ENGAGE page and search to see if your desired club is established.

3. How do I start a new sport club? Visit the EKU Student Life website to learn more about becoming a Registered Student Organization (RSO) on campus.  After becoming an RSO, you can then apply to the Sport Club Council. For more information, email the Assistant Director of Competitive Sports, Douglas Ream.

4. How do you I get in contact with a specific club? Use our contact page to find more information regarding individual club contacts

5. When do clubs practice? Clubs practice at various times throughout the week.

6. Where do clubs practice? Many clubs use on campus facilities to practice but some do practice at locations around the Richmond/Lexington area as well as surrounding counties.

7. How are clubs funded? EKU Club Sports are entirely self-funded but are eligible for additional funding from the Student Government Association.

Club Sports Forms

Incident/Injury Report Form:

This is the incident/injury report form and should be filled out if there was ever an injury or incident during a club event. If a player is injured at a competition or practice or if there are any issues during a team event or competition (sportsmanship issues, issues with the other team, logistics issues), this is the form to report it.

Here is the form: Incident/Injury Report Form 

Post-Travel Form:

This form is a post-travel report form. This form needs to be filled to be out within 48 hours of returning to campus. This will give the results of the competition and report any issues that may have occurred.

Here is the form: Post-Travel Form

Home Competition Request Form:

This form is to request having a home competition. This request needs to occur at least 14 days prior to the competition. This form must be filled out by any club who is hosting an event, even if it is not on campus.

Here is the form: Home Competition Request Form

Home Competition Cancellation Report Form:

This form is to report that a home competition is being cancelled. This should be filled out as soon as a club knows that a competition is not happening.

Here is the form: Home Competition Cancellation Report Form


Campus Recreation


Physical Address: 228 Park Drive
Mailing Address: 521 Lancaster Ave SRC 105
Richmond, KY 40475
Phone: Front Desk (859) 622-6751 / Main Office (859) 622-8145


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