Texas Tech University

Club Contact Information

Please note that contact information might change for the upcoming spring semester.

Tech Archery Club is a club that will be geared towards anything archery! Our members reflect the diversity of the archery world. Meet us every Wednesdays from 6PM to 8PM at Archery Shack.

Contact

Social Media

Raider Badminton Club was established in April 2013 and became the first ever official badminton club of Texas Tech University in January 2015. We host home tournaments every semester and provide training sessions for members looking to improve in the sport. Raider Badminton Club is affiliated with the Texas Intercollegiate Badminton Association and represents Texas Tech University in away tournaments organized by them.

Contact

Social Media

The Tech Ballroom Dance Team is an organization of people who enjoy learning to dance! We take lessons in Waltz, Swing, Foxtrot, Country, Salsa, and many others. Come learn to dance and, if you're inclined, show off your moves with the team at collegiate ballroom competitions across the state! All Texas Tech students and faculty are welcome and no prior experience or partner is required.

Contact

Social Media

We are a competitive collegiate baseball club designed to compete in the NCBA (National Club Baseball Association). To join the team, perspective players must tryout and then pay dues. We compete in the Gulf Coast North Conference.

Contact

Social Media

Tech Bowling is an organization dedicated to bowling, whether it be for fun or competition. We bowl to have fun, but above all else even if there is some competition we strive to succeed. We welcome all who love to bowl no matter the amount of experience one has. No one is frowned upon for the way they bowl or their scores. Here at Tech's Bowling Club we enjoy the game of bowling with our club members and practice new techniques of bowling, form, and consistency, in a friendly and supportive environment. All we want to do is share our love of bowling with the students of Texas Tech. So if you like to bowl and want to enjoy it with others while bettering your form, come join us! We look forward to seeing you and Wreck em' Tech!

Contact

Social Media

Tech Climbing Club creates a fun and vibrant atmosphere for local climbers at the Tech climbing wall as well as the outdoor trips the club will take. In unison, the Tech Climbing Club will also serve as a training resource for competitive climbers who are looking to go to collegiate competitions.

Contact

Social Media

A community of members interested in competitive video games together. Currently competing at a regional and national level in Apex Legends, Call of Duty, CS:GO, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Overwatch, Rainbow 6, Rocket League, and Valorant. Our goal is to expand and educate the Texas Tech community, both faculty and student body about the growing scene of Esports and collegiate Esports. Join our Discord here: discord.gg/nykjwpB

Contact

Social Media

Competitive Sport club in the art of Olympic Style Fencing.

Contact

Social Media

We are a competitive gymnastics team (both men's and women's teams). Our gym is open to anyone who wants to learn the basics of gymnastics, who has been or is currently a competitive gymnast, and to anyone who is interested in gaining strength and flexibility through gymnastics-based workouts.

Contact

Social Media

We are a club dedicated to competing and teaching the game of lacrosse.

Contact

Social Media

A Sports Club that allows girls to get together and compete at a recreational level against other members of the TWLL league; including UT, Texas A&M, Baylor, UNT, LSU and many more! No experience is required!

Contact

Social Media

Tech Martial Arts Club's purpose is teaching the discipline of Aikido, Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to students with the aim of developing the awareness and skills inherent to the martial art while preparing them for effective self-defense situations and fostering stress management and recreation.

Our classes are held at the Texas Tech University Recreation (Mat room by the Rockwall):

  • Aikido: MWF 7:45-9:15pm
  • BJJ: T/Th: 7:45-9:15pm, F: 6-7:30pm
  • Judo: T/Th 6-7:30pm
  • Striking: Sat 11:30-1pm
  • Judo Kids Class Sunday 2-4pm
  • Conditioning: Sat 10-11:30am
  • BJJ/Judo/Aikido open practice: Sat 1:30pm-5pm

Contact

This organization serves to bring together the pickleball enthusiasts at Texas Tech. Our goal is to create a friendly environment that connects pickleball players from all levels of expertise and nurtures the development of pickleball players through casual and competitive means. We believe that finding the right pickleball partners based on one's skill level can be difficult, and we aim to unite similar pickleball players to establish fun, competitive games for all.

Join our GroupMe for regular updates. GroupMe

Contact

The Tech Polo Club is an organization dedicated to introducing horsemanship and this incredible sport to any students who are interested in learning. Our club strives to produce respectable, dependable, and enthusiastic athletes who are interested in the equestrian world and learning new activities.

Contact

Social Media

Texas Tech Men's Rugby strives to be the best rugby team in the nation. Our goal is to Learn, Teach, and Honor the game of Rugby while competing on a National Collegiate Level.

Contact

Social Media

Since our induction into the Texas Tech University Sports Club Federation in 1995, the Texas Tech Women's Rugby team has become a prominent club in women's athletics. Texas Tech Women's Rugby has clinched first place in the Texas Collegiate Region DII three years in a row, qualifying for the Western Rugby Collegiate Finals, permitting us to compete with teams across the country for a national championship in places such as Colorado, Louisiana and California. We have since been moved to DI along with Texas A&M and continue to be among the top competitors in our sport. We are a competitive club nationally affiliated with USA Rugby through the Texas Rugby Union league. The only requirements to be a member is paying semester dues, being enrolled as a full time student at TTU and showing up to weekly practices. INTERESTED IN JOINING A WINNING TEAM? No experience in playing rugby is necessary! Most of our player come to us with just a general athletic background and a will to work. We strive to build our players and our coaches enjoy teaching the unfamiliar game of rugby.

Practices are always open and are from 7:00-8:30 pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Field is located on at Urbanovsky Park right by the UREC Pool (look for the white posts).

Contact

Social Media

We are a student-run organization which provides competitive soccer without the time commitment of a varsity program. We are committed to personal development on and off the field, in order to enrich the experience of our members. The purpose of the Tech Men's Soccer Club is to represent Texas Tech University in a proper manner by playing soccer to the best of our abilities.

Contact

Social Media

Tech Women's Club Soccer's purpose is to provide female students at Texas Tech the opportunity to continue playing soccer at a highly competitive level and to represent our university. We play in a league against other universities and we strive to qualify for the regional and national tournaments. Being a part of this team does require dedication along with love for the game, since we practice multiple times a week and travel for events. Overall, being a part of this club is an unforgettable experience and provides an opportunity to meet lifelong friends and have a well rounded college experience.

Contact

Social Media

We are so excited that you are interested in Texas Tech Swim Club! Tech Swimming is hoping to bring together anyone and everyone who has a passion for swimming. If you have been on a competitive swim team before or you are just looking for a great way to exercise, Texas Tech Swim Club is the club to join!

Practices are: Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Contact

Social Media

The purpose of this organization is to provide a community where all are welcome. We aim to foster friendships and create a safe competitive environment for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities through sports and leisure activity. Our organization is a direct affiliate with Special Olympics Texas. We encourage those who have an interest in playing sports and creating a positive atmosphere with Special Olympic athletes to join our organization.

Contact

Social Media

The USTA Tennis on Campus program was developed by the United States Tennis Association to help college campuses create recreational opportunities for their students through team-based coed league play. The club team is open to all skill levels and is a great way to get involved and meet new people. The club has a traveling team, for more competitive players, that competes with other schools across the nation. Practices are held three times a week (T,W,Th) which are not mandatory but are strongly recommended for the traveling team.

We post most of our communication through Facebook, so be sure to join our Facebook group linked below.

Contact

Social Media

An organization meant for educating students and faculty members about the importance of gun safety and range etiquette. Introducing members to shot gun shooting sports including but not limited to trap and skeet. Also providing a safe off-campus facility for practice and competitions. We will work with outdoor industries and local Lubbock businesses for support and fundraising for our team and local philanthropy. Students will also be introduced to Olympic disciplines and encouraged to compete in the competitive Olympic sports such as trap and skeet, American and International level. As a team of student athletes, our goal will be to travel statewide and nationally working our way to the ACUI national intercollegiate championships. We strongly encourage all students and facility members with any experience or interest in the sport to come on out and join this organization. Little to all experiences are welcomed, come join the team or have fun just practicing at the range. This organization is limited to shot gun sports only, no pistol or rifle.

Contact

Social Media

The Texas Tech Triathlon Team is a multi-sport club that does everything it can to promote swimming, cycling, and running. During the year we compete in numerous races throughout the state of Texas and across the country. In between races, we practice at least 5 times a week as a team in order to foster each other's strengths and grow in unity. We strive to get as many people involved in triathlon and to help each team member achieve his or her goals through discipline and perseverance.

Contact

Social Media

Our club is a co-ed competitive team that plays in tournaments with other Universities throughout the year. Ultimate is a sport that encourages conditioning and teamwork. It is one of the fastest growing sports on the college level. Ultimate, originally known as ultimate frisbee, is a non-contact team sport played with a flying disc. Points are scored by passing the disc to a teammate in the opposing end zone. Other basic rules are that players must not take steps while holding the disc, and interceptions, incomplete passes, and passes out of bounds are turnovers. Rain, wind, or occasionally other adversities can make for a testing match with rapid turnovers, heightening the pressure of play. From its beginnings in the American counterculture of the late 1960s, ultimate has resisted empowering any referee with rule enforcement, instead relying on the sportsmanship of players and invoking the "spirit of the game" to maintain fair play. Players call their own fouls and dispute a foul only when they genuinely believe it did not occur. Playing without referees is the norm for league play, but has been supplanted in club competition by the use of "observers"/"advisers" to help in disputes, and the nascent professional leagues even employ empowered referees. In 2012 there were 5.1 million ultimate players in the United States.[2] Ultimate is played across the world in pickup games and by recreational, school, club, professional, and national teams at various age levels and with open, women's, and mixed divisions. The most recent World Ultimate Club Championship was in Lecco, Italy in July 2014 where US teams took Gold in all three divisions. In 2016, the World Ultimate & Guts Championships will be held in London where teams will be composed of their nation's best players.

Contact

Social Media

The purpose of this club is to motivate and teach the game of volleyball. While doing so, keeping a competitive mindset with the intentions of improving every member and working as a team.

Contact

Competitive club volleyball team here at Texas Tech. We meet on the back court in the TTU Rec Center on Monday and Wednesday nights at 8 PM. Please contact the president Khadijah Jokotola for more information! Wreck 'em!

Contact

Social Media

We play water polo in the Collegiate Water Polo Association, Texas Division. Our season takes place in the Fall but we continue to practice through the spring semester. We will be starting practice Tuesday September 7th. If you want to join the team please contact us, you are welcome to come try it out!

Contact

Social Media

Our Texas Tech Wrestling Club welcomes all TTU students, men and women, interested in the sport of wrestling. We push boundaries, strengthen mental and physical toughness, and build character. We compete in the Southwestern Conference of the NCWA

Contact




More Information

For more information, please visit us in the Sport Programs' office at the Rec Center.

University Recreation