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What athletics and extracurricular activities are available at the campus?



CSU Bakersfield

  • Basketball - Division II male
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Swimming - Division II male/female
  • Water Polo - Division II female
  • Golf - Division II - male
  • Soccer - Division II male/female
  • Softball - Division II female
  • Track and Field - Division II male/female
  • Cross Country - Division II female
  • Wrestling - Division II male
  • Tennis - Division II female
  • Flag Football - Intramural
  • Basketball - Intramural
  • Volleyball - Intramural
  • Softball - Intramural
  • Weight Room - Intramural
  • Golf Club
  • Men's Swimming Club
  • Men's Water Polo Club

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CSU Channel Islands

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CSU Chico

  • Baseball - Division II - male
  • Basketball - Division II - male/female
  • Cross Country - Division II - male/female
  • Golf - Division II - male/female
  • Soccer - Division II - male/female
  • Softball - Division II - female
  • Track and Field - Division II - male/female
  • Volleyball - Division II - female
15 different club sports teams; many different recreational sports teams; more than 200 student clubs and organizations, including more than 20 fraternities and sororities.

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Cal Maritime

Intercollegiate Sports
  • Basketball - NAIA, Division II male
  • Crew - IND, Division II male/female
  • Soccer - NAIA, Division II male
  • Volleyball - NAIA, Division II female
  • Water Polo - IND, Division II male/female
  • Rubgy - male
Intramural Sports
  • Golf - NAIA, Intramural
  • Sailing - IND, Intramural

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Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Men's NCAA
Division I Sports

Women's NCAA
Division I Sports

Intramural

Big West Conference
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Golf
Tennis
Track and Field
Soccer

Big Sky Conference
Football FCS (Div I-AA)

PAC 12 Conference
Wrestling
Swimming

Big West Conference
Basketball
Cross Country
Golf
Soccer
Softball
Swimming
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball

Independent
Indoor Track and Field

Badminton
Baseball
Bowling
Equestrian
Fencing
Golf
Gymnastics
Lacrosse
Racquetball
Rowing
Rugby
Sailing
Soccer
Softball
Tennis
Volleyball
Water Polo


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CSU Dominguez Hills

  • Soccer - Division II male/female
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Basketball - Division II male/female
  • Baseball - Division II male
  • Softball - Division II female
  • Tennis - Division II female
  • Golf - Division II male
  • Cross Country - Division II female

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CSU East Bay

Cal State East Bay is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Cal State East Bay Athletic Department sponsors 15 Intercollegiate sport programs. The Pioneers began play as a provisional member of the NCAA Division II during the 2009-10 season and is currently in its third and final year of the transition to Division II. CSUEB is currently a "scheduling partner" in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), competing against Division II teams across the state.

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CSU Fresno

  • Basketball - Division I male/female, Intramural
  • Baseball - Division I male
  • Cross Country - Division I female/male
  • Diving - Division I female
  • Equestrian - Division I female
  • Football - Intramural
  • Golf - Division I male
  • Soccer - Division I male/female, Intramural
  • Swimming - Division I female
  • Tennis - Division I female/male
  • Track & Field - Division I female/male
  • Volleyball - Division I female, Intramural
  • Wrestling - Division I male
  • Softball - Division I female, Intramural

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CSU Fullerton

The following Division I sports are available:
Baseball
Basketball - male / female
Cross Country - male / female
Golf - male / female
Gymnastics - female
Soccer - male / female
Tennis - female
Track and Field - male / female
Volleyball - female
Wrestling - male
At Cal State Fullerton, students enjoy numerous opportunities for participation outside of the classroom that include:

  • Student Government – Students are elected or appointed to various positions within Associated Students that range from the board of directors to judicial commissioners. Additional information is available from Associated Students at (657) 278-3295.

  • Intramural Sports – All students have an opportunity to participate in a wide variety of competitive recreational activities. The Intramural Sports Program offers many leagues and tournaments, including those in billiards, bowling, flag football, soccer, softball, golf, racquetball, and tennis. Additional information is available at (657) 278-3978.

  • Student Leadership Institute – Students may participate in a special series of workshops to develop their leadership skills. The institute offers four certificate programs: University Leadership, Peer Education, EMBRACE (Educating Myself for Better Racial Awareness and Cultural Enrichment), and Leadership for Public Service. Students can also apply for positions on the Student Leadership Institute Coordination Committee. Additional information is available at (657) 278-3211.

  • Clubs and Organizations – Students can choose from more than 200 clubs and organizations with interests ranging from academic to religious to cultural. Additional information is available at (657) 278-7622.

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Humboldt State University

Humboldt State University belongs to the Pacific West Conference, Columbia Football Association, and the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association. We compete in both men's and women's intercollegiate programs at the NCAA II level. The intercollegiate programs offered at Humboldt State include:
  • Women's Basketball
  • Women's Soccer
  • Women's Cross Country
  • Women's Track and Field
  • Women's Softball
  • Women's Rowing
  • Women's Volleyball
  • Football
  • Men's Basketball
  • Men's Soccer
  • Men's Cross Country
  • Men's Track and Field
Additionally, Humboldt offers the following club sports:
  • Men's Baseball
  • Men's Rowing
  • Men's Disc
  • Men's Lacrosse
  • Men's Rugby
  • Men's Volleyball
  • Women's Lacrosse
  • Women's Rugby
  • Women's Disc
  • Co-ed Fencing, Golf, Sailing and Masters Swim
Intramural sports are very popular at Humboldt, including racquetball, swimming and water polo.

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CSU Los Angeles

  • Soccer - Division II male/female
  • Track & Field/Cross Country - Division II male/female
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Basketball - Division II male/female
  • Tennis - Division II male/female
  • Baseball - Division II male

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CSU Long Beach

  • Basketball - Division I male/female
  • Softball - Division I female
  • Baseball - Division I male
  • Track & Field - Division I male/female
  • Volleyball - Division I male/female
  • Water Polo - Division I male
  • Golf - Division I male/female
  • Tennis - Division I female
  • Cross Country - Division I male/female
  • Soccer - Division I female
Club Sports:
  • Aikido
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Bowling
  • Crew
  • Cycling
  • Fencing
  • Ice Hockey
  • Karate Do
  • Kung Fu
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Rugby
  • Sailing
  • Soccer
  • Surfing
  • Shotokan Karate
  • Ski & Snowboard
  • Tae Kwon Do
  • Triathlon
  • Water Ski

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CSU Monterey Bay

The Otters compete in men's and women's basketball, cross-country, golf, and soccer; men's baseball; women's softball, volleyball, and water polo; and coed sailing. A member of NCAA Division II, CSUMB belongs to the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). For more information on the teams, coaches, and schedules, please visit the CSUMB.EDU/athletics website. If interested in joining a team, you can fill out a prospect questionnaire online by choosing that link from the left navigation on that site.

Other extracurricular activities include intramural and club sports, boating and outdoor recreation, student organizations, and performing arts. For more information on the full range of campus activities, please visit the CSUMB.EDU/active website.


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CSU Northridge

  • Baseball - Division I male
  • Basketball - Division I male/female
  • Cross Country - Division I male/female
  • Football - Division I-AA male
  • Golf - Division I male/female
  • Softball - Division I female
  • Swimming and Diving - Division I male/female
  • Soccer - Division I male/female
  • Tennis - Division I female
  • Track and Field - Division I male/female
  • Volleyball - Division I male/female
  • Water Polo - Division I female

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Cal Poly Pomona

Athletics
Cal Poly Pomona field teams in the following NCAA Division II sports:
  • Baseball - male
  • Basketball - male/female
  • Cross Country - male/female
  • Track & Field - male/female
  • Soccer - male/female
  • Tennis - male/female
  • Volleyball - female
Cultural Centers
Presently, five centers represent the major cultural groups on campus. Each center sponsors a number of programs to enhance cross-cultural communication and experiences for all our students.
  • The African American Student Center
  • The Asian and Pacific Islander Student Center
  • The Cesar E. Chavez Center for Higher Education
  • The Native American Student Center
  • The Pride Center
Office of Student Life
Cal Poly Pomona coordinates and advises programs that appeal to the diversity of students including:
  • The Associate Students, Incorporated
  • Over 200 clubs and organizations
  • Greek life
  • Multicultural Council
  • Multicultural Leadership class
  • The Rose Float Club
  • The Cultural Centers
Student Government
The Associate Students, Incorporated (ASI), is the representative self-government for students. Student leaders and volunteers join ASI staff in sponsoring campus entertainment, educational programs, and a broad range of services to build campus unity and support the education of Cal Poly Pomona student.

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CSU Sacramento

  • Baseball - Division I male
  • Basketball - Division I male/female, Intramural male/female
  • Crew - Division I male/female
  • Cross Country - Division I male/female
  • Football - Division I male, Intramural male
  • Golf - Division I male/female, Intramural male/female
  • Soccer - Division I male/female
  • Tennis - Division I male/female, Intramural male/female
  • Track & Field - Division I male/female
  • Gymnastics - Division I female
  • Softball - Division I female, Intramural male/female
  • Volleyball - Division I female, Intramural male/female

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CSU San Bernardino

  • Baseball - Division II male
  • Basketball - Division II male/female
  • Cross Country - Division II female
  • Golf - Division II male
  • Soccer - Division II male/female
  • Softball - Division II female
  • Tennis - Division II female
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Water Polo - Division II female

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San Diego State University

San Diego State University has been an integral part of San Diego landscape for more than 100 years. Since 1921, the school has sponsored an intercollegiate athletics program that year-in and year-out, week-in and week-out has been the most visible facet of the University's activities within the community and the nation. The Aztec Athletic Tradition is rich indeed. Located on a bluff overlooking Mission Valley, Montezuma Mesa has been the home to SDSU and the collegiate athletic focal point of San Diego. As part of the NCAA Division I Mountain West Conference, SDSU competes with such schools as Colorado State University, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Brigham Young University and the University of Utah.

SDSU's varsity athletics include:
  • Baseball - male
  • Basketball - male/female
  • Crew - female
  • Cross country - female
  • Football - male
  • Golf - male/female
  • Soccer - male/female
  • Softball - female
  • Swimming - female
  • Tennis - male/female
  • Track & field - female
  • Volleyball - female
  • Water polo - female
SDSU also offers intramural and club sports. Intramural sports include basketball, football, soccer, golf, softball, raquetball, and volleyball. SDSU has numerous club teams, including bowling, ice hockey, lacrosse, crew, rugby, sailing, skiing, volleyball, wrestling, equestrian, and soccer.

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San Francisco State University

The athletics program at San Francisco State University, rich with history and tradition, is alive and well as it begins a new era in the changing world of college athletics. "Vision, excitement, and victory" are the words we are using to describe our athletics program. With an outstanding coaching staff and a commitment by the university to future development, we feel poised to enter the 21st century as a regional NCAA Division II powerhouse. SFSU currently sponsors a total of 15 teams, with seven for men and eight for women. Basketball, cross country, soccer, track and field, and swimming are offered for both men and women. Baseball and wrestling have men's teams, while volleyball, tennis, and softball have women's squads.

The intramural/Recreational Sports Program provides an opportunity for students to participate in sport activities in a structured, competitive setting, and on an informal, drop-in basis. Sports for men and women as well as coed sports are offered including basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, swimming, bowling, ultimate frisbee, water polo, softball, badminton, tennis, and flag football. Through the intramural/recreational programs, students have the opportunity to meet new people, to develop leadership skills, and keep fit in a fun environment.

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San Jose State University

  • Basketball - Division I male/female
  • Baseball - Division I male
  • Cross Country - Division I female/male
  • Football - Division I male
  • Golf - Division I male/female
  • Gymnastics - Division I female
  • Soccer - Division I male/female
  • Softball - Division I female
  • Swimming and Diving - Division I female
  • Tennis - Division I female
  • Volleyball - Division I female
  • Water Polo - Division I female

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CSU San Marcos

We offer the following NAIA Division Sports Programs:
  • Men's and Women's Golf
  • Men's and Women's Track & Field
  • Men's and Women's Cross Country
  • Men's and Women's Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Women's Volleyball
We also offer an active intramural program and club sport program. Additional recreational opportunities are that includes organized through Associated Students Incorporated.

For more information:
Office of Admissions & Recruitment
www.csusm.edu/athletics
(760) 750-7100

Associated Students, Incorporated
www.csusm.edu/asi
(760) 750-4990

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Sonoma State University

  • Basketball - Division II male/female
  • Soccer - Division II male/female
  • Tennis - Division II male/female
  • Baseball - Division II male
  • Softball - Division II female
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Cross Country - Division II female
  • Track & Field - Division II female

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CSU Stanislaus

  • Baseball Division II male
  • Track and Field (outdoors) - Division II male and female
  • Track and Field (indoor) - Division II female
  • Softball - Division II female
  • Golf - Division II male
  • Basketball - Division II male and female
  • Cross Country - Division II male and female
  • Soccer - Division II male and female
  • Volleyball - Division II female
  • Basketball - Intramural
  • Indoor Soccer - Intramural
  • Lap Swimming - Intramural
  • Weight Lifting - Intramural
  • Volleyball - Intramural

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