During the 1999-2000 academic year, Ashland University began offering the opportunity to form Sport Clubs. Typically, these clubs provide the Ashland University student an opportunity to play at a competitive level against other universities outside the realm of varsity athletics. In addition to competitive sports, students may join a recreational sport club that emphasizes sport participation outside competition. Currently, Ashland University recognizes 21 Men's, Women's, and Co-Ed Sport Clubs.
Recreational Sport Clubs
Recreational Sport Clubs typically reserve Rec Center facility space or travel off campus to specialized facilities to participate in their recreational sport or activity. Socialize with other members and have fun without the competitive nature.
- Snow Sports (Co-Ed)
Competitive Sport Clubs
Competitive Sport Clubs compete with other university or town sponsored sport clubs or teams and travel to different events/games throughout the year. Competitive Sport Clubs are more serious in nature, similar to varsity athletics, and may involve playoff components to conclude their season.
Men's Competitive Sport Clubs:
- Slow-Pitch Softball
Women's Competitive Sport Clubs:
Co-Ed Competitive Sport Clubs:
- Table Tennis