2 Slug Ultimate Players Sign Professional Contracts

Men’s Water Polo wins DIII National Championship



Training Room Hours : Monday  9:00 – 11:30am Tuesday 3:00-6:00pm, Wednesday  9:00am-11:30am Friday  3:00-6:00pm


April 27 – Men’s Soccer (Slug FC) vs. Cuesta College. 12:00 Lower Field

May 3 – Cardiac Pacer 5 Mile Run. 10:00am Main Track. Open to the community.

May 24 – Slug Rugby Alumni Game (Men’s and Women’s). 11:00am – 4:00pm Lower Field.

June 6, 7 – Cal States Ultimate Tournament. 8:00am – 8:00pm Upper and Lower Field.


Men’s Lacrosse: UCSC 11 San Jose State 3

Men’s Soccer: UCSC 3 Cal Poly B 2

Men’s Lacrosse:  UCSC 24 University of the Pacific 7

Men’s Soccer (Slug FC): UCSC 1 University of San Francisco 0

UCSC Men’s Lacrosse: University of Nevada 11 UCSC 5

UCSC Men’s Rugby Playoffs: University of Nevada 39 UCSC 32

Women’s Rugby: UCSC 70 Sacramento State 7

Men’s Rugby: Chico State 53 UCSC 15, Men’s Soccer vs. Stanford

Men’s Lacrosse: Sierra Nevada College 9 UCSC 7, Men’s Rugby UCSC 44 San Francisco State 7, Women’s Water Polo: UCSC 15 Fresno State 7, UC Davis 11 UCSC 10

Women’s Water Polo: UC Berkeley 15 UCSC 6, UCSC 13 Chico State 11, UC Davis 15 UCSC 2, UCSC 14 Saint Mary’s 7

Men’s Lacrosse: Notre Dame Denamur 17 UCSC 5

Women’s Rugby: Fresno State 24 UCSC 16

Men’s Rugby: Saint Mary’s 53 UCSC 10

Men’s Rugby: Fresno State 29 UCSC 27

Women’s Rugby @ University of San Francisco

Men’s Lacrosse:  Santa Clara University 23 UCSC 5

About UCSC Sports Clubs:

Since the initial inclusion of the Rugby team in 1967, Sports Clubs at UCSC have been a focal point of student activities. The teams are student driven and serve as a crucial competitive outlet. All coaches are strictly volunteer. The basic philosophy of the Sports Club Program is two fold; First and foremost, it is to provide a healthy and supportive atmosphere that celebrates sports as culture. Secondly, it is to be as competitive as possible while keeping within the parameters of sportsmanship and goodwill. There is no true uniformity between Sports Club teams. Some compete against other schools in set leagues while others have a more casual approach. Some compete against other Division III schools while others compete against the big schools in Division I. The single unifying aspect of all Sports Club Teams is their passion for sport.

All Sports Club participants are expected to be fit and able to practice and compete without hindrance. Some sports require a physical in order to participate. All participants are required to fill out a Medical History Update form. Due to the low level of funding for Sports Club Teams, you may be expected to pay for team fees, uniforms and other costs associated with participating on a team.

INSURANCE: All undergraduates and graduate students at UCSC have insurance. However, that coverage may not be enough to cover the costs associated with even low level injuries. All participants are strongly encouraged to have additional insurance prior to participating in Sports Club practices and agames. Please review your coverage to make sure it is sufficient. For more information, contact Skippy Givens at 459-4220 or email at info@ucscsportsclubs.com. The Sports Club Office is in the Intramural Sports Office at the East Fieldhouse, upstairs next to the main pool.

UCSC Sports Clubs has a Tiered System. Teams that compete in a sanctioned league with extensive travel, have the opportunity to compete for a national champion, have a history at UCSC are Tier I teams. Teams that do not meet all of those criteria are a Tier II team.


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