Men's Club Sports 

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We offer a variety of competitive and non-competitive Club Sports for men.

Baseball

Club Baseball of Notre Dame (CBND) was established to give non-varsity athletes the opportunity to continue their competitive baseball careers at the collegiate level. CBND plans to join the National Club Baseball Association.

Basketball

Notre Dame Club Basketball seeks to provide students an opportunity to continue playing basketball at a highly competitive level while pursuing a top notch education. The club is in its first official year and plays against other university club teams in regional and national tournaments.

Boxing

More than 200 boxers participate annually in the Bengal Bouts Tournament, raising money for the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh. In the fall, novice training offers coaching and conditioning for the first-time boxer, and in January all members train to compete against each other in Bengal Bouts.

Ice Hockey

Founded in 2012, Ice Hockey has grown each year into a premier Club Hockey team. The season begins in early September and ends in February. Competing as an independent team, and the team has the ability to play against many other competitive programs and tailor their schedule to reflect traditional Notre Dame rivalries.

All home games are played at the beautiful Compton Family Ice Arena. In the 2018-2019 season, ND Men’s Club Hockey finished 12th in the North region, which is the most competitive region for ACHA DIII hockey. In 2019 – 2020, they have playoff aspirations as they look to continue to build upon last year’s success, hoping to attend Regionals for the first time in program history.

Lacrosse

The Men’s Club Lacrosse team is a competitive team open to undergraduate and graduate students. The Club participates in the Great Lakes Lacrosse League (GLLL). The team competes in the Eastern Division with teams from Michigan State, Holy Cross College, and Schoolcraft College.

Rowing

Both experienced and novice rowers have the opportunity to represent Notre Dame at regattas, including annual competitions at the Head of the Charles in Boston, the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and ECAC championships. Rowing competes in both the fall and spring with dry land conditioning in the winter. 

Rugby

The Men’s Rugby Club is a High Performance Club playing in Division 1 of the Midwest Rugby Union. Games are played in the Fall and Spring and all students at Notre Dame and Holy Cross are eligible to join the club.

Soccer

As a newly developing team on campus as of Spring 2012, Men's Soccer club is just beginning to pick up steam. While many of its players played soccer in either high school or club, the club encourages players of all skill levels to try out. Tryouts are held in the early fall, with the season starting fairly early in the semester.

Volleyball

The Notre Dame Men’s Volleyball club is a competitive club for both experienced and novice students. Tryouts are conducted in the early fall, followed by practices and pre-season tournaments in preparation for participation Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournaments.

Water Polo

The Water Polo club competes in the Great Lakes League and is traditionally one of the stronger clubs in the Midwest, having qualified for the national championships on several occasions. Students of all experience levels are welcome to play.