The Department of Athletics & Recreation
Spring Hill College offers its students opportunities for a healthy lifestyle through varsity athletics, intramural activities, club sports, and various fitness classes. The Arthur R. Outlaw Recreation Center serves as the primary workout facility, with two racquetball courts, a walk/run track, an aerobics room and the college’s weight room, which features several cardiovascular machines, free weights and universal equipment. Its 1500 seat arena hosts the men’s and women’s basketball, and volleyball teams.
The college’s intramural program is open to all students, faculty and staff and features competitive and non-competitive activities. Flag football, sand volleyball, soccer and basketball have become very competitive; however, other activities such as card games, walleyball, and dodge ball, are equally enjoyed.
Other opportunities for students include participation in club sports and daily fitness classes. Rugby, ultimate frisbee, yoga, step aerobics and the newly formed hip-hop classes are all sponsored activi-ties due to student interest.
At Spring Hill College, athletics are an integral part of our educational philosophy of nurturing learning for body, mind and spirit. Our Badger athletic teams represent Spring Hill throughout the southeast and mid-west as we participate in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC).
The college sponsors the following thirteen sports:
- basketball (M/W)
- soccer (M/W)
- tennis (M/W)
- golf (M/W)
- cross-country (M/W)
- track & field (M/W)
At Spring Hill College, athletics are an integral part of our educational philosophy of nurturing learning for body, mind and spirit.