Horns Recreation Sport Clubs provide everyone the opportunity to participate in competive & recreational events throughout Lethbridge and the Province of Alberta. Club members are actively involved in the leadership, responsibility, and decision-making process of club activities.
The UofL Mixed Curling Club is a recreational club that curls weekly (Sunday’s) at the Lethbridge Curling Club, located in the new ATB Centre (74 Mauretania Road W). In addition, the Club hosts a large Bonspiel each year that draws teams from Universities and Colleges all over Alberta.
Are you interested in playing with the Competivie Team (Men or Women)? For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Lethbridge Dance Team is a committed group of students that practice hard to provide support for the Pronghorn Athletic teams and entertainment for the Horns fans at every Home Basketball game. In addition, the Team represents the UofL at numerous dance/cheer competitions around Alberta.
Commitment for the Team is regular attendance at 2 practices per week, home basketball games and specific fundraising initiatives. Open Try Outs for the Dance Team will occur the 2nd week in September (exact dates to be determined) - watch for posters or Contact Micaela (Coach) at email@example.com OR Lauren (Coach) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UofL Field Lacrosse Team is entering its 5th season! We are looking for new, and returning, players (male & female) to help grow the sport in Southern Alberta. The season will start in early September and run through to late October. Your participation fee includes - uniform (jersey & shorts), practice times in UofL Stadium, exhibition games in Calgary and Edmonton, and, affiliation/insurance with the ALA (Alberta Lacrosse Associatino). For Inquiries Contact: email@example.com.
The UofL Ringette Team is a tight knit group of university and college ladies that show their determination and pride by representing the Horns! This Team is committed to community service by helping the LRA with practices for the younger teams, volunteering at the Chinook tournament, Operation Red Nose and more. Additionally, the Team is involved in numerous fundraisers that help defray the costs of equipment, league/practice fees and travel to the University Challenge Cup (UCC) national tournament.
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