A sport club is a group of students that voluntarily organize to further their common interest in sport through participation and competition.
The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Sport Clubs Program’s purpose is to provide students the opportunity to participate in sport competitions against clubs of other universities as a means to enhance their university experience and provide a vehicle for a well-rounded education through physical, social and leadership development.
The Milwaukee Panther Football Club (MPFC) hosted their Spring Football Game at University School –Milwaukee today versus the Shorewood Monarchs. MPFC won 7-0.
Last weekend the Paintball Club finished at 15th out of 40 teams at the National Collegiate Paintball Championships in Lakeland, Florida.
The Panther Rugby Football Club has earned an at-large bid in the 2013 Emirates Airline USA Rugby Men’s Collegiate DII National Championship. The club earned their bid by finishing 3rd in the highly competitive WIIL Rugby Conference. The Panther Rugby Football Club will play their sweet sixteen game vs. Minnesota-Duluth at the Wisconsin Rugby Club Sports Complex in Madison, WI on April 27 at 9am. If UWM wins, they will play the winner of UW-Whitewater vs. Saint Louis game on April 28 at 1pm. Good Luck UWM!!!
2013 NCVF Collegiate Club Volleyball Championships
Men's Club Volleyball at UWM - Tied for 5th place out of 196 teams
Women's Club Volleyball at UWM - 40th place out of 168 teams
Both the Women's Club Volleyball and Men's Volleyball Club are traveling to Dallas, TX to compete in the 2013 NCVF Collegiate Club Volleyball Championships in Dallas, TX. More than 300 collegiate club volleyball teams from all over the country are expected to participate in this weekend’s tournament. Good luck UWM students!!!
How many UWM students are members of the Triathlon Club?
Our club has 20 student members.
Which races are you looking forward to this Spring?
Elkhart Lake is always a fun race and the first race on the calendar for a lot of people so there is extra excitement! The Rev3 race in the Dells is a well-run and fun race and we get treated like pros there! Age Group Nationals is in Milwaukee again this year, and was voted one of the best urban triathlons by USAT members!
Does Triathlon Club only compete in traditional triathlon races?
No, team members participate in running races ranging from 5k runs to marathons, several also race duathlons which eliminate the swim and just run, bike, run.
Where does the Triathlon Club practice?
It is centered around the Klotsche center. We swim there, and meet there before going out on a group run or bike.
What schools will you be competing against during your Spring 2014 season?
Teams that we will race against include Marquette, University of Wisconsin, UW-Eau Claire, UW-Lacrosse, Iowa, Iowa State, and Minnesota to name a few in our conference.
Do you have to have prior experience doing triathlons to join the Triathlon Club?
Not at all! The goal of our group is to help people achieve their goals, whether it is to qualify for Collegiate Nationals, or go out and do their very first triathlon. Triathletes are a very welcoming and friendly group and will help with any questions you may have!
Does your club travel a lot?
Most of the races that our team participates in are within southeastern Wisconsin, ranging from Lake Geneva to Elkhart Lake, and as far west as the Dells. Collegiate Nationals is in Tempe Arizona this year, and will be moving to another warm and sunny place since this race is mid-April
How often does your club practice during Spring semester?
During the semester our team has workouts twice a week. While the weather is cold, that is usually indoor runs or swims, as the weather improves we move outdoors.
What are your expectations for the Spring 2014 season?
This is going to be a great year for turnout for our athletes. The numbers are up and we are able to get more students out there to race and achieve their goals!
Why should UWM students join the Triathlon Club?
We are a club that is truly for anyone and everyone. The Triathlon Club at UWM offers training tips for new triathlon participants, discounts on triathlon gear through club sponsors, group workouts, and deals on entry fees.
What life-long skills can a student gain by participating in triathlons?
Triathlon is more than just swimming, biking, and running. Participants learn time management, hard work, goal setting, and enjoy the feeling of self-accomplishment for doing something that at some point might have seemed impossible.
Are there any requirements for joining the Triathlon Club?
Enjoy or be interested in swimming, biking, or running!
Contributor: Ryan Schmeling,firstname.lastname@example.org President of the Triathlon Club at UWM)
Melissa Moutry, Sport Clubs Coordinator
Office (414) 229-3384
Fax (414) 229-4990
Office Location: Klotsche Center 324
Nick Tasich, Assistant Director - Intramural Sports & Sport Clubs
Office (414) 229-3777
Fax (414) 229-4990
Office Location: Klotsche Center 326
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