Student Run Organizations
Nebraska Sport Clubs are comprised of individuals who have a desire to compete or participate in a sport throughout their college career, and exist to develop students' skills, dedication, and interest for specific sports.
Each club's level of activity is unique and ranges from regional to national intercollegiate competition.
Sport Clubs continually grow due to strong student leadership, which is one of the life skills that students develop through their participation with UNL Campus Recreation.
Each club is represented on the Sport Clubs Council and is a member of a recognized National Governing Sport Body.
How to Join A Sport Club?
All clubs at Nebraska are found on NvolveU2.0. Members of the Nebraska community may login using their My.UNL credentials. Each club's page is linked to their name on this page.
All currently enrolled University of Nebraska-Lincoln students are eligible to join a sport club.
Campus Recreation Affiliate Members are also eligible to join a club but may be excluded from competitive play.
Alumni or non-university members are not eligible to join a sport club.
More information: 402-472-3467
How to Start a New Club?
Students interested in starting a new club should contact the Sport Club staff 402-472-3467.
The Sport Clubs staff will guide you through the necessary approval steps and assist you in hosting an information meeting. If interest warrants, the Sport Clubs staff will coordinate practice times for the new club.
Sport-specific Strength Training
Nebraska students can now get elite-caliber strength training – designed by certified strength and conditioning experts and personalized to each athlete – through the Volt Athletics intelligent training system. Read more here.
Nebraska Athletics department supports 22 varsity athletic sports (13 women and 9 men).
Current sports are women's volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, swimming, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, cross country, tennis, golf, rifle, bowling, gymnastics and men's football, basketball, wrestling, baseball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, cross country, tennis, golf, and gymnastics.
If you're interested in obtaining varsity status for your sport club, contact Community Relations Director Chris Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.