Recreational sports

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Many students are active members in club sports at Unity College, through which they compete in local and regional leagues. Helping the athletics department follow its mission of participation, club sports allow students to form teams in many recreational areas. 

Unity students enjoy the relaxed atmosphere that helps make the club sport program a success. The Student Government Association sponsors a Club Night where students can learn about current club opportunities, as well as how to start a new club.

Here are some of the club sports that have been offered in recent years:

Woodsmen

This team has a long and proud tradition at Unity. The team travels throughout New England and parts of Canada. From cross-cutting to water boil, the action is fast and exciting. The Woodsmen team is open to men and women and is coached by Unity faculty member Pat Clark

Ice Hockey

This club takes to the ice during the second semester by participation in the Sukee Arena College Club League. The team typically plays a 10-game schedule. The hockey club is coached by area teacher Andy Cyr. In 2008 the team finished 2nd in the league.

Baseball

This club plays a fall and spring schedule when there is enough student interest.

Ultimate Frisbee

This club team plays throughout the academic year, pitting themselves against other college clubs throughout New England.

Lacrosse

This is the club with the longest tradition at Unity College. Started in the late '70s, the team plays a spring schedule when there is enough student interest.

Indoor Soccer

Many of our varsity players compete in this winter/spring activity. Unity has entered local leagues, competed in tournaments, and hosted its own tournament.

Weightlifting, Fitness, Martial Arts, and Women’s Softball

These are among the other clubs sponsored in recent years.

Archery

 

 

 

 

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