Sports Clubs

 

Hello Amazing Sport club folks!

 

As we look forward to another season of club sports, we want to update you on some recent changes due to the rapid spread of the new covid variant.

 

Before teams return to practice, teams members need to take a local Covid test and have negative test results.  Please plan for your team members to get tested as soon as possible upon their return. 

 

Also, we encourage team members to get boosted as soon as possible.  With the new variant, if someone on the team tests positive for covid, all exposed team members that are not currently boosted will need to quarantine for 5 days.  Non-vaccinated folks with an exception will need to quarantine for 10 days.  This could greatly impact the teams ability to practice and play in any competitions.

 

Additionally, before a competition, teams must get tested prior to leaving and upon return.  Visiting teams will also need to get tested before coming to campus, as well as sign the attestation form. 

 

For any competition/game on campus, any non-HSU student or staff member attending must bring proof of vaccination (including booster as of January 23rd) in order to come to the event. Masks must also be properly worn. Students and staff will need to be prepared to show their ID to verify they are in compliance with Humboldt's vaccination/testing policy to attend.

 

Let us all do our part to keep each other safe so we can continue to play.  Thank you for your help in this effort.

 

Rec Sports Team

 

Please visit this website to learn more:  https://campusready.humboldt.edu/

 

REGISTER FOR SPORT CLUBS HERE: This is the platform PRESENCE where all clubs are housed on campus.

https://humboldt.presence.io/experienceType/recreational-sports?id=a06d7...

 

All sport clubs are actively recruiting members! If you are interested in joining a sport club please contact the club president.

The Sports Club program at Cal Poly Humboldt provides opportunities for students to participate in a competitive sport and compete with other off-campus clubs and Universities. Each Sport Club has a volunteer coach that will lead the team. The goal for sports club membership is to provide leadership experiences for students as well as providing skill development, fitness, and strength building in a competitive arena to showcase students' athleticism.

For more information in the Sport Club that you are interested in, please click on the appropriate link below. Coaches contact information as well as practice times are listed, when available. If you do not find what information you are looking for, please call (707-826-6011) or stop by the Recreational Sports Office (RWC 101) so that we may assist you.

Athletic Training Drop-In Care (located in the Athletic Training Room - off the Redwood Bowl Plaza)
TBA

Important Sports Club Forms

Important Links

 PAY DUES HERE

Sport Club General/Council Meetings - SPRING 2022

 

GENERAL MEETINGS (two officers REQUIRED to attend)  vs.  COUNCIL MEETINGS   (Presidents ONLY)


General Meeting: TBA - General Meeting - 2 Officers required to attend

General Meeting: TBA - General Meeting - 2 Officers required to attend

Council Meeting: TBA - Council Meeting - 2 Officers required

 

     

      Sports Club Teams - Competitive Tier

      Sports Club Teams - Recreational Tier

      Call (707) 826-6011 for more information about these sport clubs.