The VBC is one of the official sport clubs of the Vanderbilt University. The club was established in the summer of 1999 and is currently into its 13th year of existence, and has around 25 active members originating from different parts of the globe.
We strive to provide an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students of Vanderbilt University to continue playing competitive baseball without the level of commitment that comes with varsity athletics.
We are a nationally recognized organization dedicated to fun, competitive tennis. We practice three times a week, and play numerous tournaments both on campus and off throughout the year.
The Vanderbilt University Powerlifting Club's focus will be to help individuals grow in the sport of powerlifting. Members can choose to be competitive or non-competitive and will all have the opportunity to train and educate themselves on the sport.
To provide students who love hockey with the opportunity to represent the University in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and Southeastern Collegiate Hockey Conference in a fun and competitive culture that is fully governed by the club members.
The VU Kung Fu Club trains in the arts of Chen Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, Walu, and other great Chinese Boxing arts that emphasize realistic self-defense, arts also excellent for maintaining and improving one's overall health. All levels are welcome!
Vanderbilt Men's Club Lacrosse
The Vanderbilt Water Polo Club is one of Vanderbilt's most dedicated club sports organizations. With weekly practices and tournaments throughout the school year, this team is committed to bringing the sport of water polo to the Vanderbilt student body.
The Goal of the racquetball club is always to have fun and learn something new about racquetball. Club members play, learn, teach each other the sport, and meet new players in the process of creating future opportunities for games.
This club was formed to bring the sport of rowing to the entire Vanderbilt community.