Whether you want to be a NCAA athlete or just get out and have some fun, there are plenty of options to stay fit.

Cal Lutheran students are active. They bike to class, hike in the hillsides, migrate to yoga classes. They play intramural football, basketball, soccer, softball and other sports. They’re involved in clubs to practice fencing, lacrosse, Tang Soo Do and more.


NCAA III ATHLETICS

Cal Lu Kingsmen

Kingsmen and Regals

Cal Lutheran is a member of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) and the NCAA Division III. Over the last decade, Cal Lutheran teams have won 60+ SCIAC championships.

Fielding 21 teams, our newest addition is Men’s Volleyball, starting in 2015.


INTRAMURAL & CLUB SPORTS

Cal Lu Intramural Leagues

Intramural Leagues

Put together a team or sign-up as a free agent to take part in the seasonal intramural sports leagues.



FALL
• 5v5 Basketball
• Flag Football
• Indoor Soccer
SPRING
• 5v5 Basketball
• Outdoor Soccer
• Volleyball


Cal Lu Hall Cup

Hall Cup

Cal Lutheran’s Hall Cup is a year-long, campus-wide series of tournaments combining intramural sports and friendly, competitive spirit.



FALL
• Ultimate Frisbee
• Cosmic Dodgeball
• Ping Pong
SPRING
• Capture the Flag
• Spikeball


Cal Lu Knights Rugby

Club Sports

Cal Lutheran has many clubs dedicated to participating in competitive sports.
• Adventure Club
• Ballroom Dance Club
• Bowling Club
• Cal Lu Hikes
• Dance Team
• Knights Hockey Club
• Knights Lacrosse Club
• Knights RFC
• Pilates Club
• Purple Pit
• ShapeTheLu
• Spikeball Club
• Stunt Team
• Ultimate Frisbee
• Wrestling Club


FITNESS & OUTDOOR RECREATION

Cal Lu Fitness Center

Forrest Fitness Center

The spacious 9,500 square foot center is complete with state of the art equipment including free weights, weight machines, a resistance training circuit, and a newly updated cardio mezzanine. Fitness classes, such as yoga and the CLU Fitness Bootcamp take place throughout the week and the Samuelson Aquatic Center next door is open for lap swimming mornings and afternoons.


Cal Lu Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor Recreation

The mountains and beaches of Ventura County offer limitless opportunity for outdoor activities. The Outdoor Recreation program at Cal Lutheran also creates opportunities throughout the year for students to travel off campus and experience recreational activities, such as hiking in Yosemite, snowboarding in Utah, rock climbing in Joshua Tree and surfing in Ventura.

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California Lutheran University
(805) 493-3024
60 West Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
www.callutheran.edu

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