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Student Recreation ​​

More than 450 students annually participate in varsity sports. Grove City College competes in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) and is a member of the NCAA Division III, the Eastern College Athletic Conference and belongs to the Collegiate Water Polo Association. We offer 19 varsity sports (10 for women, nine for men), as well as cheerleading.

In addition to playing a varsity sport at Grove City College, there are a number of opportunities for students to compete and stay in shape.  Students take advantage of club and intermural and club sports, as well as our state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor recreational facilities. 

    Club Sports

Intramural Sports

       ​Fencing ​​ Badm​inton​
    ​   Field Hockey ​​Basketball
​       Men's Lacrosse ​​Bowling
​       Women's Lacrosse Dodgeball​
​      Men's Rugby ​Euchre
​      Women's Rugby ​​Flag Football
​      Tae Kwan Do ​​Kickball
      ​Men's Ultimate Frisbee ​Martial Arts
​      Women's Ultimate Frisbee ​​Racquetball
​      Men's Volleyball ​Softball
      Men's Water Polo Ultimate Frisbee
      Equestrian

 


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