|Maryville College Mascot|
Maryville College loves sports! There's an option for everyone from the devoted athlete to the curious stander by. Sports events are also a great way to make friends and understand the culture of the campus, whether you're playing or cheering the team on.
Maryville College's mascot is the Scot and the school colors are orange and garnet. On game days, and especially during Homecoming on October 21, you will see students, staff and faculty alike wearing the school colors to support our teams.
Maryville College is home to 14 competitive sports teams. There are seven sports teams for women and seven teams for men. Games and competitions are often held at Maryville College, and you can go to support your friends on the team and also to learn about unique sports that you may not have in your hometown. You may have seen many TV shows or movies that feature American Football teams and cheerleaders, but you can learn about the real thing here at the college. You can find the schedule for all sports here.
If you want to try out a sport during your time here, there are teams on campus that are for anyone. Nearly two-thirds of students at Maryville College participate in some sort of sport or intramural during their time here, so its a great way to spend time with existing friends and meet new ones. Maryville College has recreational teams for students on campus in several sports, which are open to any student. Intramural teams play various teams on campus to become the reigning champions of club sports, such as flag football, sand volleyball, softball, and table tennis among other things. In past years, I-House has even formed some teams in various sports and competed.
|A group of students enjoying a Mountain Challenge event.|
If your not sure if intramural teams are right for you, you can join Mountain Challenge on any of their adventures or activities. On many Saturdays, they organize a trip or outdoor activity that students can participate in. Find the schedule here and be sure to sign up for trips one week in advance. On Wednesdays, they've started the initiative Camp 4, which is a designated time for students, staff and faculty to have access to Mountain Challenge fitness equipment, classes and the bouldering cave. (Bouldering is a form of rock climbing where you are close to the ground and climb freely without ropes or other equipment.) Each Wednesday, there is a Group Fitness Class from 4pm to 5pm, followed by a yoga class from 5:15pm to 6:15pm. These services are available free of charge to MC students. They also have many other opportunities, so stop by Crawford House when you get to campus to learn more!
Student climbing in Mountain Challenge's bouldering cave!