UCF Students find many different ways to compete.
UCF Sports you might not believe
This warm-weather version of the sport of curling challenges players to slide a teammate in an inner tube across a giant slippery tarp toward a target area for points. In the fall, teams of three players compete during a one-day tournament.
Armed with only buckets and water guns, co-ed teams of three compete to flood and sink their opposing teams’ canoes during this simulated naval battle in the Recreation and Wellness Center lap pool.
Inner Tube Water Polo
This variation of water polo requires that every player except the goalkeeper must float in inflatable tubes while playing. Every spring, teams of six players battle for supremacy in a tournament. Fouls are given for tipping over a player seated in their tube or holding on to a player’s tube.