About Our Clubs
The Men's Club Basketball team became active this past semester, and competes in individual games against neighboring institutions along with tournaments, including the NIRSA National Championships. While we are a competitive club, players of all skill levels are welcome to tryout at the beginning of the school year.
President: Eric Baumann
The Campbell Dance Team is going on its 6th year with Campus Recreation. The team performs band dances and a few halftime dances at all home football games and all home men's and women's basketball games. We highly support Relay for Life and look forward to performing at it each year. The dance team serves as the face of Campbell and we do it with PRIDE! We are open to all girls who are dedicated and excited to contribute to the success of the Campbell Dance Team.
President: Brittni Adams
The Equestrian team joined Campus Recreation in the Fall of 2011. The Equestrian team competes through the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) in both Hunter Seat and Western Horsemanship. Our home is Saddletree Stables in Willow Spring. We are looking to build a strong team that is committed to excellence inside and outside of the show arena. Riders of all skill levels are welcome, ranging from beginners to advanced riders. For more information visit our team website!
President: Sarah Hackney
Women’s Flag Football
The Women’s Club Flag Football team became an official club in the spring semester of 2001. The Women’s Club Flag Football team competes annually in the ACIS regional tournament at Wilmington, another tournament of the club’s choosing, and one of the two National Tournaments. The team competes at a very high level, usually placing first at the Wilmington tournament, and has recently just fallen short of the national title. Most of our players grew up playing soccer, basketball or softball and have been quick at learning the new skills needed for flag football.
President: Morgan Massengill
Co-President: Deborah Jodrey
Known as the “The Rugged Camels”. The goal of the outdoor club is to expose students to nature, the wilderness, and outdoor skills. There are many benefits to recreation in the outdoors, including social, fitness, spiritual, and emotional. Typical activities in the outdoors include hiking, camping, backpacking, rock climbing, biking, canoeing and kayaking. Students will gain knowledge about respecting the natural environment, by "Leaving No Trace" ethics. They will also learn to appreciate the flora, fauna, and unique beauty of nature specific to North Carolina. This is an inclusive club, so all students are encouraged to join.
President: Andrew Lane
Men’s Soccer is the oldest club sport at Campbell. We hold two practices a week and compete in friendly matches, as well as tournaments in both fall and spring semesters. We welcome players of all skill level and background who are interested in having fun or competing at a higher level. We aim to be extremely active and competitive in the new future with numerous games and tournaments on our agenda.
President: Ricky Fox
The Women's Club Soccer team has continued to grow in both membership and competitiveness. Looking into next season, we hope to compete in both friendly matches and tournaments with schools at the state and regional level. While we are a competitive club, players of all skill levels are welcome to tryout at the beginning of the school year.
President: Courtney Norwood
The Campbell University Club Softball team has evolved over the years into a successful endeavor. We compete against established programs like ECU, Duke, UNC Chapel Hill, UNC Wilmington, Winthrop, and NC State. Our team embodies a competitive spirit, and good sportsmanship. Last year, our team concluded the season with a winning record, and new talent is added each year.
President: Blake Faircloth
The club was started in the fall of 2011. We compete in tournaments in both the fall and the spring against teams from, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and other states on the east coast. The club plans to join the EIVA in the near future, and is constantly growing welcoming new members.
President: Devin Kallam
The Women's Club Volleyball team joined the Campus Recreation program in the Fall of 2008. Women's Club Volleyball is dedicated to the competition and instruction of volleyball. The Women's Club Volleyball team travels to tournaments all over North and South Carolina, (location varies) on weekends and competes for a cash prize. Team members dedicated at least 2 nights a week for a 2 hour practice and builds lasting relationships with teammates. We hold tryouts at the beginning of the school year and when needed, we welcome new members with varying skills.
President: Kirsten Burt