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Club Sports


Edinboro University and the Edinboro Student Government Association currently recognize a wide variety sport clubs. Students interested in more information should contact Dave Goodwill at 814-732-1455 or You can also contact the club directly. Below are a list of the clubs currently active and contact information. 


Contact: Keith Diener

The club volleyball team at Edinboro University was founded in 2009 and currently has more than 15 active members. The team participates on a local and national level. Locally apart of the POVL (Pennsylvania Ohio Volleyball League) and nationally with the NCVF (National Collegiate Volleyball Federation). The team has traveled all around the tri-state area for matches but also have traveled to Houston, Texas; Kansas City, Missouri; Dallas, Texas all for the national tournament. The team have finished in the top 20 in the nation each year when participating in the nation tournament.


Contact: Steve Mogielski 

Edinboro Ultimate Frisbee has been around for thirteen years competing against the top D-1 schools in the area. There are over 12,000 student athletes playing on over 700 college Ultimate teams in North America as one of the fastest growing sports in the nation. Edinboro Ultimate is looking for students who want to play on a sports team with a high level of competitiveness. Ultimate is most like soccer, football, and basketball but can be learned even if you do not have experience playing ultimate frisbee. Boro Ultimate is consistently talked about as one of the top teams in the region and has been ranked as high as 34th in the nation. Join Edinboro Ultimate by signing up at club rush in the fall or just by jumping into practice. Boro Ultimate wants you to add to it's rich tradition, so be a part of a team that is dedicated to your success.  


Contact: Kellie Hirsh   Follow Us On Facebook


Contact: Jordan Smiley   Follow Us On Facebook    NCBA Website


Contact: Andrew Harris   Follow Us On Facebook   CHE Website 

Club Ice Hockey will be back on the Edinboro University campus for the fall 2014/ spring 2015 school year! The team will compete in the College Hockey East (CHE) league and will practice and play home games at JMC Ice Arena.   



Contact: Ashley Wells     Follow Us On Facebook    Team Website

The Equestrian team is a club sport and is affiliated with the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. The primary purpose of the club is to field Edinboro’s Intercollegiate Equestrian Team and to compete in intercollegiate horse show competitions. The equestrian team provides eligible students from beginner through advanced levels with the opportunity to develop their riding skills and enrich their educational experience through involvement in equestrian sports. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University, without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, or disability. Brenric Stables was established in 1990 and is owned by Rick & Brenda Hall. Brenric Stables is located on the corner 99 and Old State Rd in Edinboro, PA. It is built on a 100 acre farm and is less than a 10 minute drive from the University Campus.


Contact: Brian Samick  @BoroClubLax  NCALL Website

Edinboro Club Lacrosse was founded in 2011 and now participates at the DII level in the National College Lacrosse League ( The club has grown significantly over the years and most recently had 10 freshmen join in the fall semester of 2013 giving the club over 20 active members. Boro Club Lacrosse hosts games at Sox Harrison Stadium and travels to New York, Southwestern PA, and Ohio to play other clubs. All levels of experience are welcome to join and players must provide their own equipment (Options do exist for player that do not have equipment). Our goal is to become a contender in the NCLL national tournament at the end of the spring season. 


Contact: Michael Silvis


Contact: Alexis Trgovic

Quidditch is gradually becoming a more recognized sport, it is no longer a magical scene found in The Harry Potter books anymore, with more than 300 colleges, and multiple community teams this magical sport is jumping right off the page in such a short time. Quidditch is a co-ed sport that involves running, jumping, scoring, tackling and flying! Well not entirely flying, we do however have to stay on our brooms at all time to have the appearance that we are 'flying'. It is a full contact sport, but no one's died in years. Someone will vanish occasionally, but they'll turn up in a month or two! The Scots themselves have a bit of a record themselves! They were only 5 teams away from making it to the world cup and going to Florida! There are also many unofficial wins on our side as well. We hold practice three times a week and expect our members to try and make it to at least two, but completely understand that things come up. So come and join The Flying Scots Quidditch Team!


Contact: Elaina Morisi



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