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Students learned about Richmond’s champion-level club sports teams including equestrian, crew and men’s ice hockey. This was a new publicity event to attract new members and get the clubs’ names out.
Opinion Assistant Ben Panko highlights the Richmond quidditch team’s impressive season so far, and explains why you should follow this off-beat, but exciting sport.
The Sport Club Council put a classification system into place last year to help determine how much financial resources would be allotted to each club.
The University of Richmond’s club rugby program is growing with the university’s support, crediting their success to the many talented athletes on campus.
The equestrian team women are hoping their 14 new members will help propel them toward the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s national championships.
University of Richmond’s Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness is contructing a training room for sport-club athletes that will be completed in April.
Wrestling was approved by a unanimous vote from the University of Richmond Sport Club Council on Tuesday to begin the process of becoming an official sport club.
Five boats from the University of Richmond club crew team competed in its first regatta of the season last Saturday at the College of William and Mary’s inaugural 5-kilometer “Chick Chase” and one Richmond boat placed first.
The Richmond crew team looks to benefit from the university’s new club sports’ structure. The team will soon hire its first full-time head coach.
University of Richmond students adapt magical Quidditch into a muggle college sport.