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Sport Clubs are organizations that give students the opportunity to play their favorite sport at a competitive level. The main differences between a Division I (NCAA) program and a sport club team is the level of funding, there is no recruiting and we do not offer scholarships. As a sport club, the team receives a limited annual budget from student fee allocations and generates most of their operating budget from dues and fund raising activities. Participating on a sport club team is a good way to keep that competitive edge and have fun at the same time.
The in-line hockey program is highly competitive. Try-outs take place 8pm-10pm on Sunday Sept 9th at Qdoba Events Center (formerly O.D's Sportscrossing) and there is a $30 tryout fee. We’ve had as many as four teams and the top two travel and represent CSU in tournaments around the country. We’ve played in tournaments in California, Florida, Chicago, New Orleans and Texas, so CSU has a very good reputation around the country for it’s high quality in-line hockey program. They play in a league in Fort Collins and the Denver area. Fort Collins has an in-line rink and CSU has a rink located on campus near the Student Recreation Center.
One of the fastest growing clubs on campus, the Inline Hockey team has become more competitive and successful every year. In April 2004, the team became the first school in league history to be represented in both Division 1 and B Division play at a Nationals competition. Inline has finished in the top 10 twice over the last 3 years, and are consistently a top 25 competitor. This year, we will be hosting the 2005 NCRHA Nationals from right here in Fort Collins, CO.
Over the past several years, we have established a tradition of excellence and success and are considered to be one of the top Inline Hockey clubs in the nation. Our mission is to continue our winning tradition, and to reach even greater levels of success in the inline hockey world.
The cost to participate varies from year to year, but dues run about $250 and then players pay for most of the travel costs.