With the many diverse clubs that are offered on campus, it can be challenging to choose one or a select few that fit one’s lifestyle and hobbies. Whether it is Greek life, performing arts or sports, the opportunities to become an involved student on campus are endless.
The Sonoma State Water Polo Club represents a different approach to the classic team sport here at Sonoma State. The Water Polo Club welcomes both men and women who have one thing in common: a love for the sport.
Because this is a club sport, no previous experience is required. Though the club is fairly new to SSU, the club already portrays a close-knit bond and charisma of a seasoned club on campus.
Sport clubs are ever growing here on campus. SSU offers a total of 26 sports clubs ranging from paintball to cheerleading. Sonoma State students’ lead busy lives and have packed schedules. A club sport serves as a good outlet to maintain regular exercise during the semester without a team commitment. The Rec Center website has a composite list of every sports club on campus and their contact information.
The Water Polo club serves as a way to both participate in the sport and spend time with friends. The club is judgment and stress free and welcomes everyone who shares a passion for water polo.
They currently meet four days out of the week, which makes this one of the easier clubs to join on campus with students’ hectic schedules.
The club meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at G. Edward Rudloff pool, which happens to be the same facilities the Water Polo team uses as well. During the week the Water Polo club meets at 5pm and on Saturdays, at 2pm.
If interested in joining the Sonoma State Water Polo club, the club encourages people to attend the meetings and practices and get a feel for what the club represents here on campus.