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Recreation & Wellness: Sport Clubs

If you are interested in starting a Sport Club or have questions on how to join please contact Sean Willett at sean.willett@armstrong.edu of 912-344-3295

Do you have the skills, passion and desire it takes to be the member of a traveling sports team? As a part of the Department of Recreation & Wellness, the Sport Club Program is designed to provide opportunities for the Armstrong community to further their common interests in an activity through participation and competition. Each program is a registered student organization, designed to bring together students with similar sporting interests. These programs are devised to promote and develop student leadership and development within the organization.

Current Sport Clubs include:

 

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