Carnegie Mellon Athletics: Varsity to Intramural

Carnegie Mellon athletics offers students the opportunity to participate in athletics on a number of levels from competitive Division III varsity teams to recreational intramural sports programs.



Varsity Sports

Carnegie Mellon sponsors 19 Division III varsity sports teams in the University Athletic Association (UAA). The Carnegie Mellon Tartans consistently compete on a high level with teams and individual athletes routinely continuing onto post-season competition.

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Women’s Teams

Basketball
Cheerleading
Cross Country
Golf
Soccer
Softball
Swimming & Diving
Tennis
Track & Field
Volleyball


Men’s Teams

Basketball
Cheerleading
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Soccer
Swimming & Diving
Tennis
Track & Field

Club Sports

Club sports offer students a chance to continue their sports interest from high school or pick up a new one, while competing against other colleges and universities. There are over 25 club sports organizations, including crew (rowing), cricket, rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, cycling, fencing and martial arts.

Intramural Sports

Intramural sports are overwhelmingly popular on campus. Intramural sports include leagues and one-day events throughout the academic year. You can participate in flag football, soccer, softball, inner-tube water polo, cross country and dodgeball just to name a few. There are different levels available so whether you’re a former high school athlete who wants to continue to compete or you’re interested in meeting new people and exercising in a more casual atmosphere, you can find the level that’s right for you.