sports clubs List
Below is a list of the Sports Clubs offered on campus. Please review the descriptions below and visit the team’s page on TitanLink to find out more information. The Office of Student Life & Leadership encourages you to email the president directly via TitanLink to learn more about the sports club. You may want to ask them questions regarding normal practice hours, costs, equipment rental fees, travel expectations, etc. For many of our Sports Clubs, you do not need any previous experience in the sport; we simply want your dedication to learn, have fun, represent CSUF, and compete.
Archers of Cal State Fullerton (also known as Archery) aims to further expand the sport of Archery and represent CSUF at intercollegiate and Olympic level competitions. No previous experience is required.
Club Baseball’s purpose is to provide a secondary source of baseball for players who do not have the opportunity to play for our NCAA team on campus, but still have the interest and urge to compete at an intercollegiate level.
Titans Cricket promotes the criket among students, faculty and staff at CSUF. The team provides necessary facilities and infrastructure for playing the game on campus. Membership is open for all.
Titan Cycling promote sthe world of cycling by increasing knowledge of the sport, learning appropriate safety measures, competing collegiately against California's top schools, and ultimately to have fun.
The Equestrian Team is a social organization that provides students the opportunity to partake in Equestrian activities and compete at collegiate horse show competitions. Equestrian is open to students who have not ridden before, there are still interested in learning and in competition opportunities. It is open to beginning to advanced riders.
Grappling & Jiu Jitsu Club is the official competition team for Cal State Fullerton! Participants wiill train, instruct, and compete in grappling sports, including jiu jitsu, wrestling, and judo.
Titan Ice Hockey competes in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II against other universities all over the United States. They compete at the highest level possible to build the reputation for Cal State Fullerton and for hockey on the West Coast.
The Men's Lacrosse club team provides students the opportunity to participate in all activities related to the sport of lacrosse. As a collegiate team representing CSUF, their goal is to promote teamwork and competition while striving for academic success. Established in Fall 2005, the team is in the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference within the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association.
Women’s Lacrosse is dedicated to promoting the sport of lacrosse in a positive and competitive environment, while encouraging student success. The team currently competes in the Western Women’s Lacrosse League, Division 2 South. After just two years as full league members, the team has advanced to WWLL D2 Championships and expects to continue to be strong competitors.
Roller Hockey club competes in the Western Collegiate Roller Hockey League as part of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association. Founded in 2012, the team is in Division 2 and one team is in Division 3. The team is also 2012/2013 WCRHL Champions, Top 8 finisher at Nationals, and 2013/2014 Division 2 National Champions with a perfect 27-0-0 record.
The purpose of Men’s Rugby is to promote awareness of the sport and culture of Rugby Union Football on campus and to the community. The team competes in tournaments and matches throughout the year, league play in the spring, and tours overseas in the off-season.
The purpose of Women’s Rugby Club is to create a highly competitive rugby team that competes against other rugby organizations and/or clubs. The club plays with integrity, honor, and fair play to best represent California State University, Fullerton.
The CSUF Men's Soccer Club is a great way for students to play soccer in a competitive environment while still having time for work and school. The team is part of the West Coast Soccer Association and competes against other local colleges.
The CSUF Women's Soccer Club is a great way for students to play soccer in a competitive yet fun environment. The team is part of the West Coast Soccer Association and plays other Colleges during the Fall and Spring seasons.
CSUF Club Softball serves as the secondary source for Cal State Fullerton students to compete at intercollegiate competitions.
CSUF Tennis Club is dedicated to promoting the game of tennis by giving players of all skill levels a place to learn, practice, play, and make friends while giving an opportunity for players to compete against other schools' club teams.
The mission of the Ultimate Frisbee is to provide opportunities for students to compete in the intercollegiate sport of Ultimate Frisbee. It helps to bring college students together to compete in a friendly yet competitive environment.
The purpose of Men’s Club Volleyball is to provide opportunities for students to participate in the sport of volleyball while interacting with other students of CSU Fullerton as well as other universities across the nation.
Women’s Club Volleyball provides students the opportunity to play competitive, high-leveled volleyball, build lasting friendships, and refine athletic ability through competing in both local and national tournaments.
Steps to Join:
- Contact the Sports Club president to find out information about their practices, tryouts, and associated costs.
- Once you have decided to join a Sports Club, then please complete the Sports Clubs Registration to join.