Sports Societies and Clubs

 
 

Email:
cricket@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

Cricket Club

UNB Cricket Club welcomes anyone who either has played cricket before or wants to give it a go. We run both indoor games in the winter and then outdoor games in the summer All equipment is provided free of charge just come down and give it a go! 

 

Email:
dance@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB Dance

The UNB Dance is a peer-run, self choreographed group with hard working and dedicated dancers who want to further their passion for dance in university. We hold one show each semester, as well as perform at events around the Fredericton area. Last year was our first year as a competitive team. We hosted the first ever Atlantic Collegiate Dance Competition in the maritimes. We also competed at Cheer Expo in Halifax, winning two bids to the USASF Dance worlds in Orlando Florida. UNB Dance rehearses on: Tuesday (9-10:45 p) Friday (4:30-6:30p) Sunday (9-10:45p) with additional/optional practices each week. 

 

Website:
sites.google.com/site/fencingunb
Email:
fencing@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB Fencing Club

Founded in 1966, the UNB Fencing Club is the longest running fencing club in Atlantic Canada. Membership is open to all UNB and STU students, as well as members of the community aged 17 or older. Visitors are welcome to drop in at anytime. 

Programs are offered for all skill levels in Foil, Epee, and Sabre. No prior knowledge of the sport is necessary. All equipment is provided free of charge to club members. 

It's free to try, so don't hesitate and come have fun. 

For more information, join our Facebook group at: www.facebook.com/unbfencing 

 

Email:
unbmarksman@gmail.com
Status:
Ratified

UNB Marksman Club

We are a group of UNB and STU students interested in participating and conducting events and information sessions on the sport and hobby of recreational Marksmanship. We hold events for new and experienced marksmen alike. 

 

Email:
cheer@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB REDS Cheerleading

UNB Reds Cheerleading is a co-ed cheerleading team competing at the University 4.2 level. We are combined of students from the Fredericton university campus including, UNB, St Thomas, as well as NBCC. Our season runs from September to April with competitions beginning in the second semester. The competitions we participate in are held all over New Brunswick, as well as Nova Scotia. Aside from competitions we give appearances at university sports games, such as basket ball, and football. As well we are highly involved in fundraisers for the team, and other causes - for years the team has been fundraising with Canadian Tire in order to help our team as well as their jump start program. In the past the team has also had great opportunities such as performing at the Aitken Centre on stage during concerts, in 2014 we were even asked to perform with Hedley. 

 

Email:
rsticks@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB Redsticks Field Hockey

The UNB Redsticks Field Hockey team is comprised of UNB, St. Thomas, and URec members. It is an opportunity to meet new people, have some fun and play competitive field hockey
 

 

Website:
www.unbrockandice.ca
Email:
president@unbrockandice.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB Rock & Ice

UNB Rock & Ice is a completely volunteer, non-profit group of climbers interested in advancing all forms of climbing in NB. Above all else, UNB Rock & Ice is committed to cooperative and sustainable development of New Brunswick's climbing community and to educate those new to the sport. 

 
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Email:
unbrowing@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

UNB Rowing Club


The UNB/ STU Rowing club offers recreational and competitive rowing opportunities to UNB and STU students and members of the university community. 

No rowing experience is required to participate – we have novice crews and varsity levels crews for those who have more experience in the sport. 

Our club members train primarily on water from the beginning of September to the end of October. Throughout the winter months, November to April, many of our rowers continue their training by doing a variety of land sessions – including erging, core and flexibility, as well as yoga. 

We compete in regattas, (one at home and a few away) from September to October, and we compete at indoor rowing competitions in the winter. No matter what your age, physical ability level, we welcome you to come try rowing and join our team!
 

 

Website:
https://www.facebook.com/unb.ski.board?ref=ts&fref=ts
Email:
unb.ski.board@gmail.com
Status:
Ratified

UNB Ski and Board

The UNB Ski and Board Club offers students cheap skiing and snowboarding! 

Becoming a member gets you: 

  • Bus runs to Crabbe leaving UNB Thursday's at 4:30 pm, starting in January.
  • Special pricing at Crabbe Mountain every Thursday ($12.50 lift ticket / $7.50 rentals)
  • 2 for 1 Beer (Labatt & Picaroons in the Thirsty Boot Lounge at Crabbe Mountain
  • Save 20% @ The Radical Edge (http://radicaledge.ca/)
  • Save 20% @ Ski Wolf (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Skiwolf-Inc/123071535972)
  • Save the tax at East Side Board Supply (http://eastsideshop.3dcartstores.com/)
  • Special pricing for Ski Trip to Jay Peak, Vermont
  • Free entry to Matchstick Productions "Days of My Youth" film premiere @ the Cellar Saturday Nov. 22nd+ additional
  • Ski & Board Club Pub Crawl
  • Club tee shirts available and tons of sponsor swag!
  • Weekly après ski parties and fantastic, fun-filled nights of skiing with your pals!
 

WOMen's hockey

The UNB Women's Hockey Club Team is a part of the Eastern Canadian Women's Hockey League.  The season runs from mid-September to the end of March.  For the 2016 season, we will have three weekly practices and will play 16 games against Holland College and Acadia University.  The team travels and stays together during our 4 road trips to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.  We are also hosting this year's Championship Tournament! 

 

Email:
 c.wilson@bellaliant.net
Status:
Ratified

Women’s Rugby

Fall 2016 will mark the 23rd year for Women’s Rugby at UNB. For the past several years we have played in a club league, but in 2015 we joined the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association league (ACAA) and won the championship title! 

We play teams from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia including St. Thomas, Mount Allison, Dal AC and Kings College. Our season starts at the beginning of September and goes until the end of October; the championship game is the first weekend of November. We practice twice a week on College Field with a weekly Captain's run-through and some additional fitness/skills sessions. 

A pre-season training camp will be held during the last week of August for both new and returning players. 
Head Coach: Kevin Wilson
Assistant Coach: Ron Cloney
Assistant Coach: Catherine Desjardins

 

Website:
www.lumberjacking.ca
Email:
woodsmen@unb.ca
Status:
Ratified

Woodsmen Team

The UNB Woodsmen Team is a fully student run organization consisting solely of men and women from the faculty of forestry and environmental management. 

The team has been going strong since the early 1960's. Every year we compete in lumberjack competitions here at UNB, Sir Sanford Fleming College in Lindsey, Ontario, McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro, Nova Scotia. 

There are also several competitions that the team attends around the North Eastern United States. Since we are an entirely student run organization it gives us independence and pride not known by varsity teams. We conduct annual raffles and get donations from companies to fund our trips to competitions as well as to purchase and maintain equipment. 

The events that we participate in simulate the traditional forest industry as it was known in the early part of the last century and include chopping and sawing wood, log decking, pulp tossing, axe throwing and several other traditional events. Being a member of the woodsmen team is a unique experience that gives a great opportunity to meet people within the faculty as well as people from other schools. We have been hosting our own competition here in Fredericton for the past 45 years and have seen teams from northern and nouthern Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New York, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Maine. 

UNB is also a member of CILA (Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjacking Association). Their website (www.lumberjacking.ca) contains detailed information about the events we participate in as well as competition results. For more information about the UNB Woodsmen you can contact the people listed below at woodsmen@unb.ca. To see our team in action check out our photos.