The Hampden-Sydney Anglers are a club comprised of men across campus who share a love for fishing. The Anglers participate in all kinds of fishing events including salt-water fishing trips and fishing in the FLW College Fishing Series. The College Fishing Series allows Anglers to fish against schools from across the country in a professional fishing setting.
The Hampden-Sydney Clay Target Club is an organization that promotes the shooting sports. It is designed to install safe firearms handling, commitment, responsibility, leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship in a recreational and competitive atmosphere. Members will have the opportunity to learn and shoot the games to trap, skeet, and sporting clays under instruction from each other and qualified outside coaching. The club will have the opportunity to travel and compete against various other schools and other shooting organizations in the area.
President, Jamshaid R. Choudhry '16
Constitution of the Fencing Club
The Hampden-Syndey Fly-Fishing Club functions as a dedicated group of young men committed to the sport and preservation of fly-fishing, trout streams, and fish management. The focus of the club is developing better fly-fishermen through fly-tying clinics, casting clinics, film, and fishing trips.
Members pay yearly dues in conjunction to the funding received from the Student Finance Committee. Meetings are held weekly, and the club sponsors open activities such as keynote speakers and Adopt-A-Stream. Membership is encouraged and open to those with a love for fishing.
The Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse Club seeks to provide an opportunity for students to play the game of lacrosse on a non-varsity level. The club plays Virginia college club teams in a friendly but competitive nature. The club attempts to provide a low-pressure atmosphere to play lacrosse that encourages good sportsmanship and enjoyable recreation.
Practices are held twice a week and are open to all experience levels. The H-SC Lacrosse Club participates in the National Collegiate Lacrosse League (NCLL), which consists of 10 games every spring against teams such as UVA, Longwood, and Lynchburg.
The Outsiders Club, first organized in 1968, is open to all members of the Hampden-Sydney community who maintain an active interest in the out-of-doors. The heart of the Outsiders Club is its leaders, whose goal is to raise awareness of outdoor activities and to organize and conduct outdoor trips for the college community. Possible club trips are backpacking, white water rafting, caving, snow skiing, fly fishing, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, and many others. New leaders are chosen at the end of each semester for their enthusiasm for the club and their genuine interest in improving their leadership abilities.
Any student interested in the Outsider's Club should contact the chairman. Tadpole Pavilion is the Club's headquarters, and weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30pm are held there.
The Hampden-Sydney Soccer Club's mission is to bring together members of the student body who love the game of soccer in competition. Separate from the Varsity Squad, we have our own practices and games with other clubs from colleges and universities across the region.
Every student who comes out for the team has a chance to play and continue his career as a soccer player.
Advisor: Prof. German Salinas email@example.com
The Hampden-Sydney College Club Water Polo team has been established in order to promote the game of water polo on the Hampden-Sydney campus. H-SC Water Polo will encourage not only competition but also the establishment and strengthening of friendships, through the sport. In addition the purpose of the club will be to enter competitions with other colleges.
The Tiger Athletic Club is a group of individuals bonded together by a common interest in supporting all Hampden-Sydney athletics. The club strives to achieve excellence and leadership by providing community service, educational programs, social events, and athletic support. The motto of the club is "Leadership Fueled by the Passion for Athletics." We believe that athletics provides countless and unmatched opportunities to develop leaders and to help the College in its mission to form "Good Men and Good Citizens."
Membership is open to any and everyone; the only requirement is a strong interest in athletics and a minimum of five hours of community service with the club.
Venturing is a new "old" program of the Boy Scouts of America. Originally part of the Exploring Division, it finally came into its own in 1998. It has become the fastest growing program of the BSA. Young adults have found through the Venturing program the outlet they have been looking for in their age group.
It has been an exciting time of fast growth and great learning experiences. The Venturing youth cabinet is in a unique position to promote this exciting program through their active involvement in their regions and throughout the United States.
There are continued misconceptions about what Venturing is all about. Venturing is not for young boys and girls but rather for young adults. They are able to do more and go further as a Venturer or Sea Scout in a Venturing crew or Sea Scout ship.
Venturing provides positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults. Venturing provides the skills needed for young adults to make ethical choices, experience a fun program full of adventure and challenges, acquire leadership skills, and to take advantage of opportunities to advance their skills and knowledge in the areas of high adventure, sports, arts, hobbies, religious life, and Sea Scouting.
As part of the national Venturing youth cabinet, you will be able to help advance Venturing as well as promote the idea that the Venturing program is for YOUNG ADULTS who want a broader experience in leadership, vocations, and hobbies.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. James Frusetta firstname.lastname@example.org