In-person intramural sports have yet to start this fall, so Penn State’s campus recreation decided to get creative.
Penn State’s intramural sports are offering eleven different ways to get involved and back to competing this fall semester.
The "Stone Zone" is Penn State Club Curling's student section. At the divisional championships, the "Stone Zone" showed out to support the Stone Ponies team who won in dramatic fashion on the last shot.
In only its second year of existence, the Penn State Spikeball Club is already making some noise in the collegiate Spikeball scene.
Students come together to have fun as they join the Penn State club dodgeball team. The students want to keep the strong momentum going from their recent nationals appearance and further advance the club.
While some may not know it, Penn State is home to a top-ten men’s rugby team. Through many ups, downs and coaching changes, the team approaches this year’s playoffs with some stability.
After watching the USA Curling team take gold in the Olympics, some students rallied together to form a curling club at Penn State. More than 50 students attended the organization's first "Learn to Curl" event in early November.
Year after year Penn State continues to crank out some of the most competitive sports teams in the nation. The individual faces of the athletes may change, but an elevated team performance consistently remains.