Men’s Lacrosse Club
The Men’s Lacrosse Club is providing an excellent atmosphere for comradery, entertainment, exercise, and competing against other universities around the southeast. The club would like to welcome you to participate in one of the fastest growing sports in America. With continued growth, we plan to work with experience players as well as encourage new students to try our club. We will be practicing on the intramural fields 1 or 2 times a week.
For more information, contact Nick Wagner.
Men’s Ultimate Club
Ultimate Frisbee, often called Ultimate, is a non-contact sport that combines elements of soccer, basketball, and football. Competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of mutual respect and sportsmanship (“The Spirit of the Game”).
For more information, contact Daniel Maynard.
Samford Crew Club
Crew is more than just a sport — it’s a culture. As the oldest collegiate sport in the United States and one of the oldest sports in the world, it has developed a reputation and tradition. Now, students at Samford can share this historic passion and are bringing the tradition to Samford.
For more information, contact Nick Madsen.
Samford Equestrian Team
The Equestrian team is to provide Samford students the opportunities and benefits of equestrian activities. The team will be a part of IHSA and practices at Cameron Oaks Farm in Wilsonville, AL. If you love to ride or want to learn then this club is for you.
For more information, contact Rebecca Jensen.
Samford Golf Club
The Samford Golf Club provides an affordable and fun way to play golf. We hold practices on a weekly basis. Our members range from beginners to golfers who held D1 offers. We currently compete in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association. Whether you decide to play alongside us in tournaments or just practice with us, the Samford Golf Club provides you the opportunity to pursue golf away from home.
For more information, contact Davis Bush.
Samford Shooting Sports
The purpose of the Samford Shooting Sports organization shall be to provide the students a safe medium to promote education, responsibility, leadership, sportsmanship and a means to improve shooting skills. The club team trains its members in a competitive shotgun sports of American Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clays.
For more information, contact Breck Brigham.
Our goal is to provide a high level of play and competition for our players and an opportunity for the entire Samford student body to enjoy.
For more information, contact Ryan Rogers.
The purpose of our club is to provide a competitive atmosphere for students with previous experience, without all of the stress and time commitment that goes along with typical college athletics. This organization seeks to provide a community that unites students of all ages. We will be hosting weekly practices and participating in weekend games/tournaments within the NCVF (National Collegiate Volleyball Federation).
For more information, contact Eleanor Todd.