Campus Recreation's Sport Clubs program promotes student participation in a wide range of intercollegiate athletic competition. Each sport club is managed and run by the participants themselves. Sport club participants not only enjoy the rewards of athletic competition, but they also gain skills in collaboration, leadership, problem-solving, and financial management.

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Fall Activity

The current guidance from the CDPH prohibits all gatherings until further notice. As such, Sport Clubs will not be holding any in-person activity. However, our clubs are still active virtually! Head over to our 2020-2021 Clubs page to connect with one of our 39 clubs. 

 


Manage Your Team Forms

All players will need to sign up with Fusion to sign your waivers and pay your admin fee. Once you've signed up with Fusion you will be e-mailed a receipt with your DoSportsEasy sign up information, baseline testing, and online concussion education. 

DoSportsEasy will be used to manage your clubs electronic forms including Driver’s Agreement, Check Requests, Travel Applications, and Fleet Vehicle Requests. All players will need to create a DoSportsEasy account in order to travel or turn in forms. 

Need help with classes?

Utilize the Student Academic Success Center to help balance school and your passion for Sport Clubs: http://success.ucdavis.edu/

Concussion Training

If you are Sport Club athlete, please complete the Risk Management Concussion Training: https://uctraining.wufoo.com/forms/z1rgubtq1gya1fm/
If you are a Safety Officer, please make sure you take this training through your LMS account so our staff can track it. 

Have you sustained a head injury during your Sport Club game or practice?

If so, please make sure to inform your Supervisor, Manager, Coach, Teammate, or Sport Club Administrator. We want to make sure you get the help you need. you can also contact the sport club athletic trainer, Shannan Rowe at slrowe@ucdavis.edu

Accessibility

Campus Recreation and UC Davis are committed to making its programs accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program because of a disability, please contact the Campus Recreation Administrative Office at least four weeks prior to the event or activity with information regarding the requested accommodation. The Administrative Office can be reached by calling 530-752-1730.