Pitt State Club Sports

The Club Sports program was created to provide PSU students with the opportunity to participate in club sports and develop personally and professionally through teamwork and physical activity. An emphasis is placed on developing and supporting clubs that will recruit new students to PSU and then building a connection to the university that will retain the students through graduation. Club sports provide a level of competition between Intramural Sports and Varsity Athletics, and the program is housed and supported by the Department of Campus Recreation.


Ready to join a club? Visit our IMLeagues page and sign up. Visit our How-To for more directions.
Need more information? Contact one of our clubs using the information below.
  • Baseball
  • Golf
  • Men's Rugby
  • Women's Rugby
  • Women's Volleyball

ABOUT: Our Club Baseball team is the current NCBA DII National Champions! Established in 2016, the club has completed three seasons to date compiling a 71-25 all -time record, a .739 winning percentage, two conference titles, two region titles, three playoff appearances, two DII World Series appearances, two National Championship Game appearances, and one National Championship. The team was founded by Nate Grimaldi, Austin Kratz, and VJ Piccini.

Starting in the Spring, the club will move up to NCBA Division I, competing in the Mid-America South conference.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: The club holds tryouts each semester. Follow them on Twitter for more information.

PRACTICE INFORMATION: The club holds practices at local fields during the season.




President: Simon Higginbotham
Email: pittstatebaseballclub@gmail.com
Website: https://sites.google.com/view/pittstateclubbaseball/home
Facebook: Pittsburg State Club Baseball
Twitter: @PSUClubBaseball

ABOUT: Information Forthcoming

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: Contact the club via email: pittstateclubgolf@gmail.com.

PRACTICE INFORMATION: Contact the club for information regarding practices.




President: TBD
Email: pittstateclubgolf@gmail.com
Twitter: @PittGolfClub

ABOUT: The Pittsburg State University Rugby Club (also known as Gorillahead) was established in 1972. Rah Roo! They compete in the D2 Gateway Conference.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: Email the club at psurgbyfootballclub@gmail.com for more information. Or go to practice! No experience is necessary.

PRACTICE INFORMATION: Practice is every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 pm at the pitch "field" east of the tech center. Wednesday practices are at the indoor Plaster center at 8 pm.




President: Jarrod Tayrien
Email: psurugbyfootballclub@gmail.com
Facebook: Pittsburg State University Rugby Club
Twitter: @PSURugbyClub


HOW TO GET INVOLVED: Reach out to the club on their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/rillarugby/) or via email at womensrillarugbyclub@gmail.com. Or go to practice! No experience is necessary.

PRACTICE INFORMATION: The club's practice schedule is as follows: Monday, 8-9:30pm, Plaster Center; Tuesday & Wednesday, 8:15-9:30pm, Plaster Center; Thursday, 3-5pm, Rugby Pitch




President: Mauresa Caire
Email: womensrillarugbyclub@gmail.com
Facebook: Pittsburg State University Women's Rugby

ABOUT: Our Women’s Volleyball club was established in the Fall of 2018. The club competes in the Midwest Plains Volleyball Conference and at various tournaments throughout the year. Each semester, the club has grown in size, and is currently preparing for nationals in the Spring of 2020.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED: The club holds tryouts at the beginning of each semester. Follow them on Twitter (https://twitter.com/PSUClubVball) for more information.

PRACTICE INFORMATION: Contact the club for information about practices!




President: Larissa Gaumer
Email: psuclubvolleyball0@gmail.com
Twitter: @PSUClubVball

Something Missing?

Is there another sport you wish was a club? As our program is just getting started, we are looking to grow. Contact Vince Daino, Director of Campus Recreation, at vdaino@pittstate.edu to learn about how to form a new club or with any other questions. 


Officer Resources 

Club Sports are student run and student led. This means that all administrative and management tasks are the responsibility of club officers. The success of individual clubs and the Club Sport program is dependent upon the officers.

Forms, resources, and important guidelines related to club management are located below.

Club Management

Agreements & Waivers