The Advisory Board for Club Sports oversees the 30+ club sports teams at Georgetown University.
We are a competitive ballroom dance team. We offer lessons on Wednesdays with our professional coach, Dan Calloway. We also compete at three collegiate and national competitions per semester, and teach social dance classes to other students on Fridays.
The Center for Student Engagement houses a variety of co-curricular organizations & programs, including: Student Activities Commission, Media Board, Club Sports, Outdoor Education, Policy Debate, NSO, GOLD, GPB, GUSA, GSO, & Class Committees
We are a group of students looking to continue playing field hockey in a more relaxed environment than on a varsity team. We are full members of the National Field Hockey League and compete against other universities in the DC/VA/MD area.
We play ice hockey for Georgetown University as a member of the ACCHL and ACHA. We have won six ACCHL titles (2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2014) and compete against some of the best club hockey programs on the east coast.
Georgetown Club Badminton was created to provide the opportunity for members to play badminton, develop and improve their skills, and to participate in training and competitive matches in intercollegiate and open tournaments.
Georgetown Club Baseball was founded in the spring of 2002 and has been the other Georgetown Baseball team ever since. We are a member of the National Club Baseball Association and play in the District II South division (D-II).
Georgetown Club Fencing exists to promote the sport of fencing. We actively seek new and experienced fencers from all three weapons - foil, sabre, and epee - to learn more about this sport and to train and participate in local competitions.
Founded in the Fall of 2012, Georgetown Club Golf seeks to promote the game of golf by providing the opportunity for golfers to sharpen their skills and compete in non-varsity intercollegiate matches.
Georgetown Club Swimming was created in order to offer interested Georgetown students the opportunity to improve their swimming skills and to compete at an intercollegiate, non-varsity, level.