Club Sports and Organizations

Club Sports and Organizations

Messiah Men's Club Soccer is team of exceptional athletes who seek to honor God with excellence, on and off the field. It's a demanding but fun outlet for players who want to compete against Division I, II and III schools, but at the same time balance that commitment with other opportunities at college.

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For more information, contact Trevor Jones.

The Ultimate Frisbee Organization gives students a fun and unique way to meet others and gain valuable exercise while offering a chance to play in a non-competitive environment. Also, the interscholastic branch of the club would give students the opportunity to play at a competitive level.

For more information, contact Christian Becker.

Messiah Club Ice Hockey strives to be a passionate, yet fun club sport. Our goal is to be a team that represents Christ both on and off the ice. By working together as a team we form a fellowship and build character through discipline. The members of the team also aim to provide supportive leadership that brings everyone together and creates lasting friendships.

For more information, contact Jacob Veenstra.

The purpose of the Messiah College Field Hockey Club team is to provide a way for students to use their talents to glorify God and build character through discipline. The members of the team also aim to bridge the gap between age groups at Messiah by providing supportive leadership that brings everyone together.

For more information, contact Bekah Curtis.

Messiah Women's Club Soccer team is a group of athletes who seek to play competitive soccer within Messiah's community in a way that glorifies Christ and builds relationships through teamwork, training, and good  sportsmanship. This team is more competitive than Messiah's recreational league soccer and yet much more relaxed when compared to the varsity team. Women's club soccer is a great alternative for student athletes who seek to maintain their skills in a challenging and yet fun environment. 


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For more information, contact Allie Bernstein.

The women’s Ultimate club team practices two to three times per week and gives females students a chance to learn how to play Ultimate with a team of girls who seek to glorify God on and off the field. The team also competes against Division I, II, and III schools in weekend tournaments. Students of all skill levels are welcome to join this fall and spring sport.

For more information, contact Nikki Singiser.