Club Spotlight: Men’s Baseball

Men’s Club Baseball was the Club Spotlight this month!


February Club of the Month: Southern Bass Anglers

Congratulations to the Southern Bass Anglers for receiving February’s Club of the Month for CRI!

Get a Job at CRI



Ever think about what it would be like to work for CRI? Well now is your chance to find out!

From February 9 through March 1 the Job Portal on the Student Employment website will list every single job opening within CRI. This includes positions at the RAC, GSU Golf Course and the new Shooting Sports Education Center.

All you have to do is look through the job postings. Once you find one that you might like, submit your application with your cover letter and resume. It’s that easy. And you can apply for more than one position.

If you have questions about employment at CRI, tables will be set up across campus where you can speak directly with current student employees. The times and locations are as follows:

         Feb. 16 – Russell Union Bus Stop, 10am-2pm

         Feb. 17 – Outside the Dining Commons, 10am-2pm

         Feb. 23 – RAC Lobby, 4pm-8pm

         Feb. 24 – outside Lakeside Café, 10am-2pm

                      – RAC Lobby, 4pm-8pm

         Feb. 25 – Forrest Drive Bus Stop, 10am-2pm

                      – RAC Lobby, 4pm-8pm

         Feb. 26 – RAC Lobby, 4pm-8pm

CRI employs over 350 students and is actually the number one student employer on campus. This is because of the various divisions and areas that students can work in. Plus, working for CRI is awesome, so who wouldn’t want to apply? Some of the positions include:

         Recreation Facility Assistant


         Web Media Assistant

         Graphic Design Assistant

         Intramural Sports Scorekeeper

         Southern Adventures Attendant

        Southern Adventures Bike Mechanic

         Fitness Specialist

         Group Fitness Instructor

         Personal Trainer

         Club Sports Supervisor

         Golf Course Attendant

         Golf Course Maintenance Greenskeeper

         Shooting Sports Assistant

Any of these sound like something you would like to do?

Don’t forget, the job postings are only open for three weeks, so mark it on your calendar and don’t forget to apply!

Create a Club

Do you feel as though your sport of interest is under represented through Club Sports? Why not make your own?

“Club sports are beneficial in that they allow students to learn or continue playing a sport while competing against other schools without the time commitment of full athletic programs,” said David McConnell, Club Sports Graduate Assistant.rugby2

There is a two part process to creating a Club Sport. First you must becoming a recognized student organization and then you can apply to be in the Club Sports program.

Becoming a Student Organization

The start of your clubs beginning is simple. All you need is four chartering members that are currently enrolled as GSU students with a minimum of 2.0 GPA.

Once you have that, grab an Advisor who is a full-time faculty/staff member at GSU and draft a constitution.

Send two of your chartering members, one of whom must be the President, to the New Student Organization Workshop. Once that is done submit an official, new organization registration form with the Constitution to MyInvolvement.

Now you are an official Student Organization!


Becoming a Club Sport

Once you have become recognized as a Student Organization your teammates and yourself then write a formal proposal to the Club Sports Program by March.

“The Club Sports staff will then review the proposal and discuss the viability of the sport in our program,” said McConnell.

Typically it takes a full year to get fully recognized and receive funding.

After the application is reviewed, the Club Sports staff works with prospective clubs on budgets, practice times and spaces, and other administrative stuff, said McConnell.

“A dedicated and passionate lead team is required to become a successful club sport, as there are multiple steps that need to be taken to become recognized by our staff, and then to keep the club successful after becoming a part of our program,” said McConnell.

Southern Cheer is in their first year as a fully chartered club and Club Dodgeball is currently practicing and petitioning to become a club.


Please contact Steve Sanders, Club Sport Director, at 912-478-5436 or email him at with any questions you may have.

Find Your Niche with Club Sports

Last week was the Club Sports Fair! Over 26 clubs gathered together to promote their club and to gain new members.

“We had a better turnout than we’ve had in a couple of years,” said David McConnell, Club Sports Graduate Assistant.

Men’s and Women’s Rugby, Archery, and Southern Anglers all did well in recruiting new members during the fair.

Now, most people are under the impression that club sports are for the elite. Club Sports are not only for the elite, many Club Sports are open to anyone with an interest in the sport.

Unlike intramural sports, Club Sports are usually for both fall and spring semesters. This elongated playing time allows players more time with their team and sport. Participating in a club may offer the opportunity to travel frequently around the Southeast to compete against other colleges and universities!

There is something for everyone in Club Sports!
We currently offer:

Southern Explosion (Dance)
Men’s Ultimate
Women’s Ultimate
Men’s Lacrosse
Women’s Lacrosse
GSU Run (Cross Country/Track and Field)
Men’s Rugby
Women’s Rugby
Southern Anglers
Men’s Soccer
Women’s Soccer
Men’s Volleyball
Women’s Volleyball
Mixed Martial Arts
Southern Cheer

And if you missed out on the fair, no worries! There is still the opportunity to join the club of your choice. Most of the clubs accept new members throughout the year, so anyone who’s looking to join a club can get in contact with Dave McConnell at or Steve Sanders at or contact the club directly by visiting

CRI is excited for another year of Club Sports! We’re anticipating growth in our teams and more wins for Georgia Southern!