Club Sports

 

Join a Club Sport today! The North Carolina A & T State University Club Sports Program provides a wide range of instructional and competitive athletic opportunities, with an emphasis on student leadership, organization, and team management. The current 16 Club Sports offer a chance to learn a new sport, be part of a team, and represent North Carolina A&T State University while competing against other universities. Many of our clubs compete at an elite level and contest for National Championships in their sport. Take your place by joining the current members of the University community that participate in the Club Sports Program.

 Congratulations to the Men's and Women's Club Basketball team for winning the 2016 NIRSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!

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Sport

Semester

Contact

Email

Basketball (M)

Spring

Xavier Carrington

xcarring@ncat.edu

Women’s (W)

Spring

Xavier Carrington

xcarring@ncat.edu

Flag Football (M)

Fall

Xavier Carrington

xcarring@ncat.edu

Flag Football (W)

Fall

Xavier Carrington

xcarring@ncat.edu

Soccer (M)

Fall/Spring

Ernest Hooker

Leslie N Winston

edhooker@ncat.edu

lnwinsto@aggies.ncat.edu

Soccer (W)

Fall/Spring

Ernest Hooker

edhooker@ncat.edu

Baseball

Fall/Spring

Tevin D Sumblin

tdsumbli@aggies.ncat.edu

Dance

Fall/Spring

Briana Tucker

bntucker@aggies.ncat.edu

Cheerleading

Fall/Spring

Mamawa Khellah

mkhellah@aggies.ncat.edu

Wrestling

Fall/Spring

Joseph Justice

jtjustic@aggies.ncat.edu

Volleyball (W)

Fall

Mackaulie Prescott

mppresco@aggies.ncat.edu

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