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Bowling

The Benedictine University Bowling Club offers two independent programs. The first option is a university wide bowling league which allows students to have fun with friends, improve skills and become sanctioned through the United States Bowling Congress. The Second option is the 10- 12 person Traveling Team that competes in a variety of local tournaments, against some of the top teams in the Midwest.

Cheerleading

The Benedictine University Cheerleading team is a co-ed, athletic program. Eagle Cheerleaders are passionate about spreading the school spirit on campus and will participate in home football and basketball games during the fall and winter seasons. We welcome all skill levels, from beginners to experts on the mat!

Esports

The Esports program at Benedictine is designed to promote both a competitive and recreational gaming experience through the cultivation of an inclusive campus gaming community. Games include League of Legends, Overwatch, Rocket League, Fortninte and Super Smash Bros. Our program currently boasts 6 high-end MSI stations and maintains the capacity to allow for continued Esports expansion.

Rugby

The Eagle Rugby Club offers the opportunity to engage in this physically and mentally challenging sport. Rugby is a physical contact sport that utilizes all 15 team members on the field. Players of all sizes and abilities are needed for the myriad of facets and aspects of the game. Rugby is one of the most team-focused and the team's success is based upon the team’s cohesive unit.

Spikeball

Spikeball is a new sport that was featured on Shark Tank. Students will compete against skilled athletes on the Benedictine campus and other colleges and universities. Club Spikeball will play local games and tournaments in both the spring and fall semesters.

Tennis

Co-ed Club Tennis practices 2 times per week at the Benet Academy Tennis Courts. Benedictine University students compete against each other in tournament style formats and round robin tournaments on the weekends. The Club Team will travel locally to compete against other colleges and universities as well.

Ultimate Frisbee

The Ultimate Frisbee Club is open to all students regardless of experience or skill level. New players of all skill levels are always welcome to come and play. No experience necessary, we can teach you how to throw! The Ultimate team will practice 2-3 days per week. Ultimate will play in local competitions and looks forward to hosting it’s first invitational on campus in the spring of 2021.

Student Affairs

Marco Masini
Dean of Students
(630) 829-6006
mmasini@ben.edu

Krasa Student Center, Room 175
5700 College Rd.
Lisle, IL 60532
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.