UCF is serious about its sports—and its 37 sports clubs are no exception. Of these clubs, 12 attended their national tournaments, many of which require qualification tests.
Here are several highlights of our clubs’ accomplishments at national championships:
Wrestling won the National Collegiate Wrestling Association National Championship.
Ice Hockey was a semi-finalist in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division II National Tournament.
Roller Hockey took two teams to the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association National Tournament—one team made it to the Elite 8, and the other team took second in its division.
Women’s Bowling took sixth place in the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships.
Tennis won third place at the National Championship.
Wakeboarding placed second in its national championship.
Women’s Water Polo took eighth place in the Collegiate Water Polo Association National Championship.
Men’s Crew (Rowing) is competing in its national championships.
Rock Climbing defended its national title.
Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team took first at the College Southerns Tournament
Other accomplishments include:
The U.S. Tennis Association named the UCF Tennis Club the 2010 Campus Club of the Year.
UCF’s Sean Weaver won the 2010 American Collegiate Hockey Association Men’s Division 3 Coach-of-the-Year Award.
Water Polo’s Stephanie Beauchemin was named to the 2010 Women’s National Collegiate Club’s All-Tournament Team.
Four Men’s Lacrosse players received awards from the Southeastern Lacrosse Conference 2010 Division I All Conference.
Eight wrestlers were honored as All-Americans.