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Welcome to Club Sports    

The Club Sports Program at Texas A&M University at Galveston offers the opportunity for students to compete as non-varsity athletes in various forms of intercollegiate competition while assisting in the development of the well-rounded student leader. All Club Sports are recognized student organizations through the Office of Student Activities. Students are directly responsible for all aspects of operating and managing a successful competitive sports organization.

Contact Information:

Intramural and Club Sports Coordinator: Dylan Cooke
Phone: 409-741-7133
Email: dcooke@tamug.edu
Office: Sea Aggie Fitness Center, Room 200

In the case of inclement weather, please call the Rain Out Line: 409-740-4811

Current Clubs    

Aggie Crew

A nationally competitive co-ed rowing club that competes throughout the country.

Aggie Crew

Regular Practice Location:

Teichman Campus Galveston,TX

Coach:

(Vacant - Searching)

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Mornings 5am - 7am

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 2-3 local races, one race in Oklahoma City.

Spring: 3-4 local races, Regional Championship in Tennessee.

Contact Information:

President - Ramona Torres

rtorres20@tamu.edu

Aggie Gulf Coast Fishermen of Galveston

A nationally competitive club that consists of members who compete in collegiate bass fishing tournaments.

AGCFG

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 2-3 Fishing Tournaments consisting of B.A.S.S. Collegiate Series and FLW Yeti Collegiate Series

Spring: 3-4 Tournaments, including Nationals on lake Pickwick Lake in Tennessee.

Contact Information:

President - Cameron Guebard

guebs1997@tamu.edu

Men's Lacrosse

A competitive club that competes in Division 2 Lacrosse as a member of the Lone Star Alliance Conference within the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association.

Men's Lacrosse

Regular Practice Location:

Campus Recreation Outdoor Field

Coach:

John Campbell

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Evenings 2-3 days a week

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 2-3 fall ball matches, Aggieland Classic Tournament in College Station.

Spring: 9-11 matches in league play to qualify for regional championships.

Contact Information:

President - Christian Vinciquerra

cvinciquerra@gmail.com

Sailing

A nationally competitive co-ed sailing club that competes throughout the country as a member of the South Eastern Intercollegiate Sailing Association (SEISA) Conference through the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association.

Aggie Crew

Regular Practice Location:

Teichman Campus Galveston,TX

Coach:

Stephen Brown

browns@tamug.edu

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Evenings

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 2-3 local regattas, with 1-2 East Coast/West Coast Regattas.

Spring: 3-4 local races, with 2 East Coast Regattas and Nationals.

Contact Information:

President - Ava Cares

acares6@tamu.edu

Sea Aggie Barbell Crew

A competitive co-ed powerlifting club.

Regular Practice Location:

Sea Aggie Fitness Center

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Nights

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 1-2 Lifting Meets

Spring: 1-2 Lifting Meets, including USA Powerlifting Collegiate Regionals

Contact Information:

President - Hunter York

hunteryork499@tamu.edu

Men's Soccer

A competitive Men's Soccer Club that competes in the Texas Collegiate Soccer League

Men's Soccer

Regular Practice Location:

Campus Recreation Outdoor Field

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Nights

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 6-7 League Matches, with possible berth to Regional Tournament

Spring: 1-2 Exhibition Friendlies

Contact Information:

President - Ryan Gage

ryangage98@tamu.edu

Women's Soccer

A competitive Women's Soccer Club that competes in the Texas Collegiate Soccer League

Women's Soccer

Regular Practice Location:

Campus Recreation Outdoor Field

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Nights

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 6-7 League Matches, with possible berth to Regional Tournament

Spring: 1-2 Exhibition Friendlies

Contact Information:

President - Avery Schieck

aschieck@tamu.edu

Men's Volleyball

A competitive Men's Volleyball Club that competes in the Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association through the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation

Men's Volleyball

Regular Practice Location:

PE Facility Building 3018

Coach:

Jesus Duran

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Nights

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 1 Exhibition Tournament - The Aggieland Classic 

Spring: 3-4 League Tournaments, including the SIVA Championships

Contact Information:

President - Chance Byars

cbyars@tamu.edu

Women's Volleyball

A competitive Women's Volleyball Club that competes in the Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association through the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation

Women's Volleyball

Regular Practice Location:

PE Facility Building 3018

Practices:

Fall and Spring: Weekday Nights

Typical Competition Schedule:

Fall: 1 Exhibition Tournament - The Aggieland Classic 

Spring: 3-4 League Tournaments, including the SIVA Championships

Contact Information:

President - Maura Elskamp

mauelskamp@tamu.edu

Frequently Asked Questions    

How do I start a Club Sport?
To become a Club Sport, you must first become a recognized student organization. Go to the Student Organizations page for more information. Once you become an established student organization, you will be invited to apply to become part of the Club Sports Program. This is due to the limited number of resources available to Club Sports.
How do I join a Club Sport?

At the beginning of each semester (usually the first Thursday of a semester, unless moved to Tuesday because of a Texas A&M Football Game) Student Activities offers an organizations night. This event is to showcase the many student led organizations and activities available to students during their time at Texas A&M Galveston. Club Sports will be present, showcasing their clubs and recruiting interested members.

After organizations night, the best way is to go to the current clubs above and contact the club's president for information to join the team.

How are Club Sports different than Intramural Sports?
Club Sports are student led organizations recognized by the university with the purpose of competing and representing the university in intercollegiate competition. Intramural Sports are sport leagues that are catered to the general student body. In Intramural Sports there is less of an emphasis placed on the competitive nature, and participants only compete against members of the same university community.
Do I need Health Insurance to participate in a Club Sport?

Texas A&M University at Galveston does not require health insurance, but highly recommends students possess it in some form as there is a level of risk in participating in sports. 

Texas A&M University at Galveston does not insure students who are injured during participation in any club sport related activity. Texas A&M University at Galveston has a unique partnership with UTMB in the absence of a student health center on campus. For those who wish to enroll in an insurance plan, if they are not already, a student health plan is offered through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. Information regarding the insurance plan can be found here: http://tamug.myahpcare.com/.