Sports & Recreation
Recreation Programs offers many clubs and intramurals ranging from golf to Ultimate Frisbee. State-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight-training facilities are open to all students, as are all manner of exercise classes, from yoga to kickboxing.
Back this year, patrons can get FREE fitness orientations in the Fitness Room. These orientations will focus on 6-8 specific machines in targeted area – upper body, lower body, core, free weights, & cardio workouts – and can teach patrons to gain comfort with how to set up each machine and get a proper range of motion so that they can be more comfortable working out in the Fitness Room. See any of our friendly staff for more information or to be given an orientation or contact email@example.com to set up an appointment today!
Recreation plays an important role in our lives. In the university setting, where stress and deadlines are a daily occurrence, recreation opportunities provide a positive outlet for students, faculty and staff to practice healthy lifestyle choices.
Our goal is to offer students the opportunity to play the sports they love or want to try in a fun and friendly atmosphere. We offer competitive and recreational leagues for the majority of our sports, many tournaments and we host special events. In our leagues every team makes the playoffs and the champions win an IM Champion shirt!
PSU uses IM Leagues to manage intramural sports clubs, so that teams can manage and communicate with their members easily, schedules can be posted and shared, and students can easily see all the different intramural sports that are offered on campus.
If you are looking for positive adventure experiences on an outdoor or indoor ropes course, onindoor rock climbing, on a river, a lake, a trail, or a snow slope, the Outdoor Center has it all. We have equipment for rental (kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddle board, backpacking equipment and snow activities equipment) that will help you access and enjoy the great outdoors. Have the desire, but not the skills or experience? No worries, we also offer outdoor adventure activities for the college community through our SOAR (Student Outdoor Adventure Recreation) program. We also offer community building adventure-based training to PSU groups and organizations or groups and organizations from the Plymouth community and broader region through our CALE (Community Adventure Learning Experiences) program.
The Ice Arena is home to Plymouth State Panther men’s and women’s hockey and offers programs to the general public, including open skate sessions, youth hockey, figure skating programs, broomball, curling, and learn-to-skate and learn-to-play-hockey sessions.
Active Living, Learning, and Wellness (ALLWell) North is an advanced academic and athletic complex that strengthens the connection between classroom learning and hands-on experiences for students majoring in programs including Athletic Training, Adventure Education, Health, Physical Education, and Exercise and Sport Physiology.
The 107,600-square-foot complex includes a large-scale, multi-use space that not only supports PSU’s Department of Health and Human Performance’s academic, research, and outreach activities but also provides students with safe, attractive, and modern athletics and recreational facilities, including a full-size track and indoor tennis courts.
Beyond its numerous physical benefits, ALLWell North embodies the University’s mission of excellence in education, innovation in research, and a commitment to serving our region.
The PE Center has over 33 acres of playing fields for the athletic teams and an additional 12 acres used by the Intramural/Recreation Department. More information about fitness room and pool hours as well as the Community Aquatics Program is available on the PE Center web site.