Women’s Clubs


Equestrian Club

Official Club Site: www.eqteam.lsu.edu

We travel 4-6 times each year and compete with schools such as West Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Rice, Tulane, and more for a national qualifying spot.Under IHSA rules, we are “catch riders” and must compete on the host school’s horses (we do not bring any horses with us to shows). This makes the rider well-rounded and tests all aspects of your riding ability. We accept all levels of experience from beginner to advanced and horse ownership is not necessary.

President: Jessica Farestvedt

To join the Equestrian Club please contact lsuequestrian@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lsu.equestrian

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LSUEquestrian

Women’s Soccer Club

The Women’s Soccer Club competes in the Louisiana branch of the Texas Collegiate Soccer League (TCSL) and is a regular at the NIRSA Region IV Championship Tournament.  Players from the club generally come from competitive high school and club backgrounds, and the club competes year round, with league play in the fall semester and various tournaments throughout the spring semester.

President: Holly Hambacher

To join the Women’s Soccer Club please contact hhamba1@tigers.lsu.edu

Women’s Ultimate Frisbee

University Recreation is excited to announce that the Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Club will be joining the UREC Sport Club Program starting this Fall! This is a great opportunity for any athletic females looking to join a team oriented and fun sport club! Stay posted for more updates on practice times and locations for the fall semester.

President: Lauren Smith

Contact: lsuwomensultimate@gmail.com

Women’s Lacrosse Club

Founded: 2011

The LSU Women’s Lacrosse Club is for any female who has ever had an interest in women’s lacrosse. There is a place in the club for both beginning and experienced players and there are two divisions of the club: developmental and travel. The developmental team is open to everyone, and everyone has a chance to compete for a spot on the travel team, though it is not required. The club competes in the Texas Women’s Lacrosse League as a part of the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates, under the Division II category. The Texas Women’s Lacrosse League includes Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Rice, Oklahoma, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, Trinity, Austin College, Texas State, Southwestern, Sam Houston State, St. Edward’s and North Texas.

President: Ashley Leggett

Contact: lsuwomenslacrosse@gmail.com
Twitter: @LSUwomensLAX
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LSU-Womens-Lacrosse-Club/219975431350011

Women’s Volleyball Club

The LSU Volleyball Cub competes throughout the school year in the Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. The club schedules competitions with other club teams throughout the state and region beginning the in the fall and culminating in the spring with SIVA tournament play.

President: Rachael Hamlin

To Join: rhamli1@tigers.lsu.edu

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LSUWclubvball

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LSU-Womens-Club-Volleyball/526248527421614

Men’s Clubs


Men’s Ultimate Frisbee

Founded: 1993

The LSU Ultimate Frisbee Club competes in the College Division of Ultimate Players Association Championship Series. Over their storied club history, the Ultimate Frisbee club has qualified for Nationals twice, are 2-time Regional Champions and have won Sections 12 of the last 13 years. In 1998, Brian Harriford won the Callahan Award as the UPA National College Player of the Year.

President: Timothy Lala

To Join: tlala2@tigers.lsu.edu

Men’s Lacrosse Club

Official Club Site: http://lacrosse.lsu.edu

Founded: 1978

The LSU Men’s Lacrosse club competes in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association and in Division I of the Lone Star Alliance. The Lone Star Alliance includes Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Rice, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Tulane, Texas Tech, Texas State, and North Texas. The LSA competes in the spring.

President: Dave Escott

To join: pescot1@lsu.edu

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LSUlax

Men’s Rugby Club

Official Club Site: www.lsurugby.com

Founded: 1971

The LSU Rugby team is part of the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference (SCRC). Included in the conference are SEC foes, Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State and Ole Miss. The club has a long history of competitive success throughout the Deep South and, since 1996, the Texas Rugby Union. The Tigers are coming off multiple successful seasons where they have consistently ranked in the Top 20. In 2008-2009, the team advanced to the Elite 8 of the Division I National Rugby Tournament in Berkeley, CA. Recently, the Tigers finished 3rd in the Mid-South Conference of the Collegiate Premier Division, which analysts labeled as the toughest division in the country.

President: Daniel Clesi

Contact: dclesi1@lsu.edu 

Men’s Soccer Club

Our mission is to create a competitive men’s soccer program for the student body at LSU. We also teach the players on the team the importance of team work, communication, leadership, etc. We won the inaugural Texas Collegiate Soccer League (Louisiana Conference) in 2010 and reclaimed our title back in 2012. Our team is a regular contender in NIRSA Region IV, playing in the finals three out of the last four years, winning it all in 2012 which automatically qualified us to compete in the “Championship Division” of the NCCS National Soccer Championships for the first time in LSU school history. We are always considered among the best in the state of Louisiana and our team certainly can compete against some of the best quality teams around the nation. Our players are dedicated student-athletes who care a lot about soccer and have pride in representing LSU.

President: Nicolas Bereciartua

To Join Contact: Nberec1@tigers.lsu.edu

Men’s Volleyball Club

The LSU Volleyball Cub competes throughout the school year in the Southern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. The club schedules competitions with other club teams throughout the state and region beginning the in the fall and culminating in the spring with SIVA tournament play.

President: Anthony Myles

To Join: amyles3@lsu.edu

Men’s & Women’s Combined Clubs


Powerlifting Club

Founded: 1999

The Powerlifting Team at LSU was founded in 1999 by a core group of 11 members. Through several years of hard work and dedication, LSU Powerlifting has grown to be one of the best teams in the country. We are proud of the seven National Championships we have earned and hope to continue this legacy. Though we have achieved great success over the years, we have not lost sight of the main purpose of our team: to mold our members into leaders and give them the opportunities and skills to grow as individuals. We hope that our lifters will take the tools and lessons they learn while with us to help them to be successful in their lives.

President: Conor Sullivan

Home Venue: LSU UREC Powerlifting Room

To join the Powerlifting Club please contact lsupowerlifting@lsu.edu.

Rowing Club

Official Club Site: http://www.lsurowing.info/

Founded: 2004

The LSU Rowing Club was reestablished in 2004. It is for anyone who has ever had an interest in rowing. There is a place for both beginning and experienced rowers. All boats compete against other collegiate and club teams and we travel several times a semester for Regattas. Rowing is a powerful and graceful sport and builds teamwork and strong friendships.

The Rowing Club competes in the American Collegiate Rowing Association and Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association. During the Spring 2014 semester, the LSU Rowing Club will participate in the Row Tide Regatta (Tuscaloosa, AL) the John Hunter Regatta (Gainesville, GA) and Guntersville Sprints (Guntersville, AL). They also compete in the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships and the American Collegiate Rowing Associate Championships.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/lsurowing

Instagram: lsu_rowing

President: Danielle LeBlanc

To join: del6293@gmail.com

Home Venue: LSU Lakes

Tennis Club

LSU Club Tennis is a selective, competitive, co-ed tennis team comprised of LSU students that compete as part of the USTA Tennis on Campus Southern Section. We travel to several tournaments as well as compete in the Southern Championships every year. This past year we finished 4th at Southerns and qualified for the National Championships held in Cary, North Carolina.

President: Theo Kennedy

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/LSU-Club-Tennis-Team/223500017744529

Website: http://lsutennisclub.wix.com/tigers

To Join: lsutennisclub@gmail.com

Tiger Bowling Club

Official Club Site: http://www.lsu.edu/studentorgs/bowlingclub/

The Tiger Bowling Club competes in the Southwest Intercollegiate Bowling Conference with the United States Bowling Congress Collegiate division. They compete in SWIBC events around the South against the University of Houston, North Texas, UL-Lafayette, Texas A&M, West Texas A&M and Sam Houston State.

President: Justin Bui

To Join: jbui3@lsu.edu

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/LSU-Bowling/366324143387258

Triathlon Club

Official Club Site: LSU Triathlon Club on Facebook

Founded: 2013

The LSU Triathlon team is part of the South Midwest Collegiate Conference (region includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas). Team practices are held throughout the week on a team and individual basis. The club is composed of students at LSU wanting to compete and represent LSU in athletic competitions against other colleges and universities, not only in the SEC, but across the country.  The triathlon team competes in triathlons during the year, as well as Regionals and Nationals in the Spring semester.

Home Venue: Practices are held at the UREC pool/track/weight room, LSU lakes, & the “split” off of River Road

President: Thomas Gumpert

Contact: tgumpe1@lsu.edu

Water Polo Club

Founded: 2009

The LSU Water Polo Club holds practices at the LSU Natatorium from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. traditionally Tuesday and Thursday nights, but additional practices may be extended in the Fall of 2012. All levels of experience are permitted to train with us and range from highly seasoned to novice. If you qualify as “competitive” you will be able to participate in tournaments against other schools, but all other levels are still eligible to partake in scrimmages. We are currently recruiting for the Fall semester and have found that many formerly competitive swimmers especially enjoy the sport. We promote physical fitness, character and camaraderie as our growth extends beyond just the water polo-related activities of our organization.

President: Ricky Carnicle

Contact: rcarni1@tigers.lsu.edu

Home Venue: Home practices are held at the LSU Natatorium

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/23637021826/