Hiram offers a comprehensive Recreation and Club Sports program designed to enrich the quality of life for the students, faculty, and staff of the College by providing a broad based programming of sports, recreation and fitness activities for both men and women of all ability levels.
The Department of Athletics, Exercise/Sport Science, and Recreation aim to accommodate this active participation by providing a wide variety of recreational activities. Recreational offerings include yoga, ultimate frisbee, kickball, dodgeball, as well as co-ed soccer and volleyball.
The Club Sport Program is designed to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities. The activities that the club sport teams provide range from the very competitive, which travel and play intercollegiately, to the recreational and instructional, which conduct activities such as basic skill instruction.
Recreational use of all athletic facilities is encouraged to all those interested in participation in a less formal fashion.
All intramural sign-ups will be done on the first day of the activity. Check the link below for current recreational opportunities.
During the Spring 12-week, yoga classes will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday starting on Jan. 10. Classes will be one hour in length from 7:30-8:30 PM and are open to all students, staff and faculty. Classes will be held in the dance studio.
In addition to its intramural offerings, Hiram College also sponsors numerous different club sports. These sports range from very competitive to a recreational style. Men's and Women’s rugby, Dance team, the J-tossin team (Ultimate Frisbee) and cross country travel and compete as if they function as a collegiate team. Whereas the Equestrian team, the Ski and Snow boarding club, and the martial arts club all actively participate in an educational format, teaching basic understandings and skills based involving their club. Listed below are the different offerings of Hiram College club sports:
- Purpose: To promote school spirit and further dancing abilities of members and appreciation of such abilities. (For more information contact Erin Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage, as well as, promote the education of and understanding of good horsemanship and equine education. Though no member is obligated to compete, members of this team will be encouraged to work hard physically and mentally while creating a sense of community. This club’s members are representatives of Hiram College in show/competition. (For more information contact Anastasia Grossman at email@example.com.)
Ski and Snowboard Club
- Purpose: The goal of the club is to teach students know how to ski or snowboard that do not know how to already. In addition to teach students how to ski and or snowboard, it will also preserve the sport and keep it alive (For more information contact Sarah Cochrac at
- Purpose: The purpose to engage the campus on the sport of rugby. It also allows for it's members to have fun and play the sport they love. (Form more information contact Mary Benjamin at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Rock Climbing Club
- Purpose: The purpose to engage the campus in the growing activity of rock climbing. (Form more information contact Dana Yeater at email@example.com.)
- Purpose: The goal of the club is to keep up the competitive edge of distance runners on campus. Cross country is the newest club sport at Hiram and will run a full competitive schedule. (For more information contact Julia Pfaff at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
If you have any Questions regarding club sports please feel free to contact Jim Schweickert at email@example.com.