Get involved, get active! We are excited about health and wellness and seek to encourage each person to make healthy decisions. From individual pursuits to team sports, there is something for everyone. Do you want to participate in team or individual sports for the chance to be a campus intramural champion? Well, you can! You can also participate in fitness classes, as well as workout, play basketball, billiards, or table tennis. Try something new!
Be active and join a Club Sport. Enjoy getting to meet new people and compete. Whether it’s on the court or out on the lake, you’ll have a great experience with your fellow Blue Hose! PC offers club sports in the following: soccer, tennis, volleyball, and bass fishing.
Playing an intramural sport is a great way to get involved on campus, make new friends, or play your favorite sport. Whether you’re looking for a competitive outlet or learning to play a new sport, intramural sports have something to offer for you! All current PC students are eligible to play in any of our leagues, tournaments, and special events that our intramural sports program offers each yea Intramural sports on campus include basketball, billiards, dodgeball, flag football, kickball, volleyball, soccer, co-ed softball, table tennis, and ultimate frisbee. Learn more about Intramural Sports »
Bass Fishing Team
As one of only a few collegiate bass fishing teams in South Carolina, the Presbyterian College Bass Fishing Team strives to provide students with an opportunity to fish and to make friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Interested anglers have the option to fish competitively or just for fun. For those who love the thrill of competitive fishing, the team fishes in regional FLW and BASS collegiate tournaments every season, including events that count toward Team of the Year points. For more information about how to join the PC Bass Fishing Team, contact Dr. Michael Rischbieter.
PC Outdoors Club
The Presbyterian College Outdoors Club seeks to engage students in outdoor adventure and active pursuit of hiking, kayaking, rafting, biking, obstacle/adventure racing, running, canoeing, etc. to teach students basic activity principles as well as an understanding of each activity. Students engage in the conservation and preservation of local natural resources modeled by “Leave, No, Trace” principles. Meaningful relationships between students, staff and faculty are developed by the pursuit of outdoor development and mentoring. Students will discover through physical adversity that they will build a strong sense of teamwork, communication, commitment, knowledge and respect of the outdoor. For more information, please contact Mr. Daniel Adams.
PC Dance Team
The Presbyterian College Dance Team (PCDT) is a student organization at PC. The PCDT was founded by Christina Carter and Julianne Lenti Issac in 2009. The ladies of PCDT proudly cheer on the Blue Hose athletes to victory. Members of the PCDT practice 2-3 times a week and attend every football and basketball game at home. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.