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Club Sports

Each club level team at the Mount is run by a group of student leaders. These leaders work with their club advisor and/or coach to manage finances, schedule practices and games, complete fundraising and community service activities, and more.

Club Teams

Club Baseball


Our team is entering our tenth year, and we are proud to be members of the National Club Baseball Association, Division 2 District III North Conference. Our conference consists of University of Maryland, Neuman University, Rowan University, John Hopkins University, Stevenson University, and the Mount. Find out more about NCBA Division II online. We compete year-round with league games taking place in the fall and spring, and non-league scrimmages scheduled throughout the year. Our home field is at the Emmitsburg Community Park, just a few miles from campus.Our Team currently consists of 20 members ranging from freshman to seniors. There are many returning players on our roster that have experienced the high level of play throughout our conference. Our team is always looking for new players who share a love of the game and wish to contribute to the team. Throughout our team's history, we have become more competitive each season. We approach each series with the single goal of winning. Our team keeps a winning mentality throughout the season and has high aspirations of winning our conference each year and continuing on to the National Tournament.

Club Cycling

Club Cycling is for those who enjoy outdoor cycling whether it's mountain biking or road racing. If interested in competing, the club will help build up and support that interest.

Dance Team


The Dance Team is made up of a variety of talented and enthusiastic dancers, who enjoy supporting the Mount community. The team performs at men's and women's basketball games, as well as various school-sponsored activities. We specialize in a variety of dances and practice for two hours, four days a week. The season begins in early September, and ends in early May with a final dance showcase. We have started to compete at local college dance competitions and plan on competing in the future. The Mount Dance Team is a great way to show Mount spirit and perform fun, but challenging routines.

Club Equestrian Team


Mount St. Mary University's Riding Club (MSMURC) and Intercollegiate Equestrian Team (MSMET) is a club sport that is partially funded by the university, but primarily through club fundraising and individual student dues. The MSMU Riding Club is an organization that is comprised of students, faculty, staff, and parents who are interested in the social and educational activities of the local horse community. Members are involved in lessons, trail rides, clinics, and often come to cheer the MSMET at intercollegiate shows. Both the club and the team were started in 1998 by several Mount students.The MSMET competes in Zone IV, Region I of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. The MSMU team competes against fifteen other colleges in Maryland and travels to different schools for shows. Students do not bring horses to these shows, but instead, ride those provided by the host college. Riders randomly select horses to ride, and without practice, go into the ring to compete. The goal of the intercollegiate competitions is to allow riders of all levels (beginners to "open level") to enjoy competition as both an individual and team member. Riders can advance to Regionals, Zones, and even on to Nationals.The "home" of the MSMU Riding Club and Team is Middle Creek Stables. The stable is located just a few minutes from campus, off of Route 15. Head coach, Janis Groomes, is the owner of Middle Creek Stables and also provides lessons there.

Club Field Hockey


The Mount St. Mary's Field Hockey team is a member of the National Field Hockey League. We play teams from across the mid-Atlantic region.We welcome anyone who has any interest in field hockey regardless of their level of experience. If you are interested in learning more please feel free to email us.

Fly Fishing Club

The Fly Fishing Club is made up of members who enjoy fishing and the outdoors. The club has hosted small fishing excursions and had a fly tying activity in its first year as a club.

Men's Club Soccer


The Men's Club soccer team is part of the Region I Soccer League that expands from Washington D.C. up to New England. In our division. we play teams such as the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins, and Towson University.In season we practice 3-5 times during the week in the afternoon and have 1-2 games on the weekends. The team is both competitive and fun.

Women’s Club Soccer

Women's Club Soccer is a semi-competitive club at the Mount that accepts players of any skill level. The team practices 2-3 times a week and plays a few games each semester against surrounding schools. We place a strong emphasis on improving individually and helping each other improve our skills to play better soccer as a team. Also, as a team we complete fundraisers and participate in community service projects. While the quality of skills is important, we also emphasize team bonding with fun activities.

Club Swimming


The MSMU Swimming Club is a co-ed team that welcomes swimmers of all skill levels and abilities.  The goal of the swim club is to provide a fun environment for members to continue their swimming careers or to improve their swimming abilities.Mount St. Mary's University has a six lane, 25 meter swimming pool, and attached men's and women's locker rooms, which are available for club members to use.


Club Tennis

The MSMU Tennis Club welcomes players of all skill levels and abilities. The Tennis Club practices three days a week with different days devoted to enhancing various skills (serves, backhands, forehands). With our wide range of skill levels the club offers both social and competitive play. Mount St. Mary's University has eight outdoor tennis courts and one indoor court, which are available for members to practice on.At the beginning of the 2015 season we traveled to Shippensburg to compete in matches where we won five out of 10 matches. The second match of the season was against West Virginia A and B team. The team unfortunately took a hard fought loss against the A team while putting up a successful win against the B team. In 2016 we went to a tournament at Georgetown University and played teams from Princeton, Boston College, James Madison University, University of Pennsylvania and others. We put up a fight against the other teams of the USTA and had a great time meeting new people.The Tennis Club joined USTA Mid-Atlantic States league this past year, and has competed in three tournaments with plans to participate in more.

Club Ultimate Frisbee


The Mount St. Mary's Ultimate Frisbee Club, a relatively new club sport, is a competitive, co-ed club team that scrimmages other schools in the area.We so far have scrimmaged several schools in the surrounding area. We look to include players of all levels on our team as Frisbee is an easy sport to pick up! If interested in joining the team or scheduling a scrimmage, please email

Women's Club Volleyball

The Mount's Women's Club Volleyball team is a competitive team that has grown significantly since its beginning. Players come from a variety of backgrounds and have various levels of experience. Throughout the academic year, the club will aim to develop individual and team skills ranging from communication to work ethic and all the fundamentals of volleyball. Club volleyball supports a travel team and a developmental team. The travel competes in tournaments at other colleges spanning the east coast. The developmental team focuses on teaching and improving players’ volleyball knowledge and skills. The Women's Club Volleyball team players are united by an excitement to develop their individual skills while contributing to the growth and success of the team. The players become close friends on and off the court and create memories to carry with them after their college days have ended.

Weightlifting Club

The Weightlifting Club is made up of members who enjoy lifting. The club has hosted weightlifting competitions in the past and is always looking for new members of all levels.

If you have questions, please email Kristofer DeJesus, Assistant Director of Campus Recreation – Intramurals & Club Sports.

Student Run

Running a club sports team is a lot like running your own business. So, becoming a team leader (or even starting your own team) not only insures that you will have a say as to the direction of your team, but it will also allow you to gain valuable life skills in the process.