- How many sports do you have?
- Is there a weight room for athletes to train?
- Are students allowed to tryout for a team (walk-on) if they are not recruited, and what are the chances of making the team?
- How would I be able to contact a coach of a certain sport?
- What division are your sports?
- Does Catawba give athletic scholarships?
1. How many sports do you have?
We have 18 sports. Our school colors are navy blue and white and we are a NCAA Division II school. Our intercollegiate sports include:
- Men's teams:
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Swimming
- Women's teams:
Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball
- Catawba also has a Cheerleading program, which is coed.
Catawba offers several fitness options for both athletes and non-athletes alike. There are physical conditioning and weightlifting rooms in Goodman Gymnasium, along with an indoor swimming pool, three full-size basketball courts, martial arts facilities, and raquetball courts. In the Lerner Wellness Center, there are several fitness machines for toning, aerobic exercise and weightlifting equipment. In 2002, the Hayes Fieldhouse, a 26,000-square-foot building, was added and includes a weight room and athletic training/therapy room.
While there is a possibility for a "walk-on", this choice is really up to each individual coach. If you have a specific sport in mind, we encourage you to contact the coach for more details.
You can find a thorough listing of all Catawba coaches and their contact information on our Athletics website, under the "Contact Us" link.
Please feel free to contact our coaches for any questions you might have about Catawba's many athletic programs. We invite you to visit GoCatawbaIndians.com, our offiicial sports website, and see the "Contact Us" link on the menu at the top, which therein lists all sports alphabetically and offers contact information.
Catawba College is a Division II school.
Yes, Catawba gives athletic scholarships because we are a Division II school. The amount of scholarship award is left up to the coach.
Questions not answered here?
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