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Club Baseball invites players of all ability levels to join in playing America's greatest pastime.
|Camel Diving Club|
Dancers interested in jazz and hip-hop learn and perform dances at athletic and other events, and eventually participate in competitions at both the regional and national level.
The Connecticut College Equestrian Team offers horseback riding to students at an affordable rate. CCET competes against 11 colleges and universities in Zone 1 Region 1 of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association throughout the academic year.
Join club field hockey and get the team up and running. Beginners are welcome!
This synchronized skating team practices and competes with other collegiate teams across the United States. They host numerous open skate nights as a means to include the campus in ice skating.
This is a competitive golf team on campus.
|Club Hockey (M)
Connecticut College Club Hockey competes as a Division II member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) against a wide range of schools throughout the northeast. The team practices twice a week and plays a sixteen-game schedule. They skate out of the College's Dayton Arena, known by its avid fans as "The Camel Dome."
Women's club lacrosse.
The Connecticut College Martial Arts club seeks to enhance students' experience through the practice of martial arts, offering practice in the martial disciplines for fitness, self-defense or personal growth. Space, equipment, and instructors for practice are provided. The club is a network between students interested in the martial arts in order to facilitate active participation and exchange of information among members. It supports formal participatory programs with paid instructors, has a regular schedule for more impromptu gatherings for general practice, and holds a variety of student-taught classes for all skill levels.
The ski team is a club sport alpine ski racing team, participating and competing in numerous USSA/USCSA competitions across Vermont and Maine. With 35+ active members, it is one of the biggest and most active club sports at the College.
|Snowboard & Ski Club
Its club members go skiing five weekends in a row after winter break.
Women's club soccer team is open to students of any and all skill and experience levels. The club is led by three team captains and practices several times a week. Additionally, the club plays games against club teams from other colleges in the region.
Dasein is the College's club Ultimate team. They practice five times a week, play in four to five tournaments a semester and welcome players of all levels.