Athletics: Club Sports
Muhlenberg Ice Hockey is a Division II member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). The team competes in the Great Northeast Collegiate Hockey Conference (GNCHC) and plays between 20 and 30 games per year against other Division II and Division I programs on the East Coast. Our coaching staff aims to create a fun, enjoyable environment for the players, who aim to entertain the hundreds of fans that come to every game.
The Martial Arts Club is a club where we primarily learn Aikido, which involves learning a variety of self-defense techniques. The classes are taught by a legitimate sensei. After each lesson, the remaining time is used for practicing and learning things from other styles of Martial Arts, and for playing Martial Arts related games. No experience is required to join, and if you do have experience in any kind of Martial Art, come show us what you know! The club meets Saturdays from 1-3 pm in the Life Sports Center.
The Women's Rugby Club is open to all females, regardless of experience with the game of rugby or athletic ability. The club aims to spread love for the game of rugby and serves as an outlet for women to relieve stress, harness leadership skills and build a sense of community. The team practices two nights a week with a coach and schedules a team run once a week. Games are typically played on Saturdays at either our home field at Monocacy Park in Bethlehem or at one of our opponents' fields. The Muhlenberg Women's Rugby Club is part of the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union and plays in the Division Four league against schools such as Swarthmore, Lebanon Valley , Widener and Susquehanna.
Contact: Hannah Watson
Swim Club is an outlet for all who love to swim of all skill level and experience. We meet once a week for an hour at the pool. We have a coach who gives instruction and a workout set. In addition to a workout, we often do a team building/communication drill.
Contact: Abigail Helms
The Muhlenberg Ultimate Frisbee Club practices 2-3 times a week and works with newer players to learn and be acclimated to the game, while satisfying the competitive needs of more developed players by participating in multiple tournaments and games through the school year. While we practice hard and play harder, we never forget the importance of team camaraderie and the surrounding social aspect of the team.
Contact: Adam Offit