The athletic program consists of fourteen (14) varsity teams, seven (7) for men and seven (7) for women. Women's intercollegiate indoor track and field will become a varsity sport in 1998-99. The varsity sports currently offered include:
Cross Country Basketball
Soccer Cross Country
Track & Field Track & Field
San Francisco State University is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division II level. It is also a member of the Northern California Athletic Conference (NCAC) which governs competition and championships between member teams. Included in this conference are UC Davis, CSU Chico, Humboldt State University, CSU Hayward, CSU Stanislaus, Sonoma State University, and the College of Notre Dame.
Features of the athletics program include:
Athletic facilities used by varsity teams include: Stephenson Field (softball), Maloney Field (men's and women's soccer; baseball), Cox Stadium (men's and women's track and field), Gator Gym (men's and women's basketball; volleyball; wrestling), and the swimming pool (men's and women's swimming). Also, the Gator Conditioning Center is a fitness-related facility utilized by all student-athletes.
The Gator Club boasts a student-level membership, entitled "Most Valuable Gator," which is available only to students at this university. The fee is $10 and the student member receives a baseball cap, plus quarterly issues of The Gator Gazette.
Vision, excitement, and victory are the words to describe our Gator Athletics program. With an outstanding coaching staff and a commitment by the university to future development of the program, SFSU Athletics is poised to enter the 21st century as a regional NCAA Division II powerhouse!
Intramural leagues, tournaments, and special events are offered in the Fall and Spring semesters. A variety of men's, women's, and coed sports are offered including: basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, swimming, bowling, ultimate frisbee, water polo, softball, badminton, tennis, and flag football. Through their involvement in the program as officials, supervisors, and players, students have an opportunity to meet new people, to develop leadership skills, and keep fit in a fun environment.
For those not interested in organized events, the Kinesiology facilities are available at the noon hour and certain evening hours for student and faculty/staff recreational use.
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