Recreational Sports

Competitive Sport Clubs

  • Baseball

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync.  Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Chico State Baseball

  • Cycling

    The Team

    This Western Collegiate Cycling Conference team is made up of about 40 male and female members. The Chico State team practices both road bike and mountain bike disciplines, and are perennial qualifiers for national collegiate cycling championships. The club hosts their annual home tournament in the Fall, drawing schools and participants from all over California, Nevada, and Arizona.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Field Hockey

    The Team

    Field Hockey came back to Chico State in 2003 after almost 10-years on hiatus. The club carries roughly 20 members and competes in league play against schools such as UC Davis, UC Irvine, Cal Poly, and Santa Barbara. With strong high school sponsorship in the area, this club has all the markings of a success in the making.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Inline Hockey

    The Team

    After taking root in 1997, the Chico State Inline Hockey team has had great success with their five trips, most recently in 2010, to the National Collegiate Roller Hockey League (NCRHL) National Championships. The team has not yet won its first national championship, but it is regularly ranked as a top team in California.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    The Schedule

    Visit the Western Collegiate Roller Hockey League (WCRHL)(opens in new window) website for upcoming tournament locations and schedules, results, live score updates, division standings and statistics, league news, and information about league opponents.

  • Lacrosse

    The Teams

    Women's Lacrosse

    The Chico State Women's Lacrosse team has been a member of the Western Women's Lacrosse League since 1994. The league includes such teams as UCLA, Cal Poly, UC Davis, Arizona, and Arizona State. Despite the fact that the team routinely makes league playoffs, they are very open to athletes from other sports coming out and trying lacrosse for the first time.

    In addition, the team is not unfamiliar to having representation from remarkable student-athletes who contribute to the team's success on-and-off the field. In past seasons, team members have been honored as the Chico State Sport Clubs Female Athlete of the Year.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Connect to the club's personal website and get current news, schedules, and much more.

    Men's Lacrosse

    A member of the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association, the Chico State Men's Lacrosse team has a current squad of over 40 players and plays a 20 game schedule. This team, established in 1986, boasted trips to Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Texas, and Virginia in the previous years. In 2009, a team member was named an All-American Honorable Mention selection and the league's Defensive Player of the Year.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Rowing

    The Team

    The Rowing team is the newest addition to the Competitive Sport Club Program, and is made up of about 50 male and female members. The team practices at the Forebay Aquatics Center in both the Fall and Spring Semesters, and attends competitions all along the West Coast.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Rugby

    The Teams

    Men's Rugby

    The oldest sport club on campus–dating back to 1918–the immensely popular Chico State men's rugby team averages over 200 in attendance for every home game. Chico State men's rugby is no stranger to success, qualifying for the Pacific Coast Rugby Football Union territorial playoffs for the last six seasons. The team competes in the Pacific Western Conference, one of the premier leagues in the nation, against teams from San Jose State, UC Santa Cruz, San Francisco State, and University of Nevada, Reno.  This past year they had an appearance in D1AA.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Women's Rugby

    Established in 1998, the Chico State Women's Rugby team has experienced two undefeated regular seasons. They have also successfully won ten USA Rugby All-Americans, a USA Rugby National Collegiate Women's Rugby Player of the Year, and a USA Rugby Women's Rugby Collegiate National Championship. This Division I Pacific Coast Women's Rugby Football Union team competes against schools such as Cal, UC Davis, Stanford, UC Santa Barbara, and more. This team established themselves in 2018 as the D1 National Champions.  In addition to its many accomplishments, Chico State Women's Rugby welcomes new and beginning players.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Soccer

    The Teams

    Men's Soccer

    Back from a one year hiatus, Men's soccer is one of the newest additions to the Sport Club lineup in recent years. The team plans to carry anywhere from 20-25 players and will compete against collegiate men's club teams in the West Coast Soccer Association, including UC Davis, Stanford, St. Mary's, and many more.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Women's Soccer

    Started in 2006, women’s soccer is one of the newest additions to the Sport Club lineup in recent years. The team carries anywhere from 20-25 players and will compete against collegiate women's club teams in the West Coast Soccer Association, including UC Davis, Stanford, St. Mary's, and many more.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.



  • Triathlon

    The Team

    The Chico State Triathlon Club welcomes all levels of athletes interested in the sport. Triathlon competition includes swimming, cycling and running. The sport is a physically and mentally challenging activity and the club will serve to introduce the triathlon lifestyle to a wide range of athletes from novices to experienced athletes. It will also be an environment for experienced competitive athletes to excel at the local, regional and national level.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Ultimate

    The Teams

    Men's Ultimate

    Not to be confused with disk golf, ultimate has been around since the 1968, and the Chico State Men's Ultimate Frisbee team was formally established in 1996. This formerly co-ed team competes in collegiate tournaments throughout California, Nevada, and Oregon. In recent years, the team has hosted its annual Chico tournament that attracts schools from a three-state area. Twenty-six teams attended and competed in last year's tournament.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Women's Ultimate

    The Chico State Women's Ultimate team established itself in 2000. After participating with the men's team for many years, sustained interest necessitated the development of the women's squad. After qualifying in their first year for regional championships in BC Canada, the team continues to be busy playing all over California and Oregon, and co-hosts the October Tournament.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Volleyball

    The Teams

    Men's Volleyball

    The men’s volleyball club is one of the oldest clubs on campus, first competing intercollegiately in the late 1970s. The team boasts a full schedule in the Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League (NCCVL) and an average home attendance of over 100 per game. The team has repeatedly gone to the National Volleyball Sport Club Championships and has come home with three top ten finishes, including the Division I-AA National Championship in 2008!

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Women's Volleyball

    Spring 2002 was the inaugural season for the Chico State Women's Volleyball Club. The team has competed at the National Volleyball Sport Club Championships every year of its existence, winning in 2011.

    The Women's Volleyball Sport Club Program is part of the Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League (NCCVL), with a total of ten teams competing. The teams play a spring schedule with some off-season training.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Wakeboard

    The Team

    Congratulations to the Chico State Wakeboard team for winning the 2012 Collegiate Wakeboard National Championship! Chico State Wakeboarding was formed in 2005 as a recreational club, but now competes on the collegiate wakeboard circuit against teams from all around the nation. The team has qualified for the Collegiate Wakeboard Nationals every year since its inception, including a third place finish at the 2009 tournament, and a previous championship in 2010. Their latest triumph was a third place finish in 2013. Their outstanding achievement also earned them the title of "Best in the West" for the first time, as no other Western Region team finished higher than Chico State.

    For more information about the team, visit the team's personal website.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

  • Water Polo

    The Teams

    Men's Water Polo

    The men's water polo team, a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association, has been around since 1985 and competes against such teams as Cal Poly, Cal Maritime, UCLA, Fresno State, and St. Mary's in the fall. The team utilizes the spring semester for off-season training by having a light practice schedule and traveling to local tournaments.

    In 2008-2009, the club was named the Chico State Sport Clubs Team of the Year, exhibited by their outstanding success in and out of the pool. Additionally, a club member was awarded with the Sport Clubs Male Athlete of the Year honor for his All-Conference play in the pool. Heading into the next season, the club will look to build off of their accolades and make a run for a league and national championship.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Women's Water Polo

    After splitting from the men's team in 1999, the Women's Water Polo team has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. The team made it to the Women's National Collegiate Club Water Polo Championships in its very first season, as well as back-to-back trips in 2008 and 2009. This 20-member squad finished the 2009 season ranked 12th in the nation and with 2008-2009 Chico State Sport Club Coach of the Year Greg Ahtye back for another go-around, the team expects good things to come for the upcoming season.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    The Sierra Pacific Division Schedule

    View the Sierra Pacific Division schedule, results, and standings.(opens in new window)

  • Waterski

    The Team

    The Chico State Water-Ski team has been in existence since the late 1970s. A perennial national championship qualifier, the team finished in the top five nationally in 2006 at the Collegiate National Water Ski Tournament. The team participates in three events: slalom, trick, and jump in both men and women's divisions.

    Join the Club

    Step One: For information on joining a specific club, go to the club webpage for contact information for the club president. The president will direct you on what to do for that particular club.

    Step Two: For competitive clubs only, complete the sport club member application online through Wildcat Sync. Once you navigate to the page, click on the forms link at the top.

    Step Three: Clubs determine and set dues for the year. Members pay dues to the club treasurer for deposit to club account. All dues payments must be via check or money order, no cash.

    *You are not officially on the roster and not permitted to practice, play, or travel with the club until you appear on the online roster (in OrgSync). Any questions and/or concerns about the status of an application must be directed to the club president and/or treasurer.

    Visit the National Collegiate Water Ski Association's website(opens in new window) for the Western Region Schedule.