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Athletics and Recreation


Go Gulls!

As a proud NCAA Division III member institution, Endicott challenges its student-athletes to be the best by competing against their best, both regionally and nationally. The result? Fifty-one championships over the last ten years. Find out more about Endicott's 21 varsity and six club sport offerings.
athletic team holding up championship trophy and celebrating victory
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State-of-the-Art Facilities
Wake up early and get a lift in before class. Lace up your ice skates and head over to the ice arena for open skate. Bring a group of friends to the aerobics room for a yoga, Zumba, or body shaping class. Endicott’s athletic facilities are at your disposal.
Athletic Facilities
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Post Center
The Post Center, an 86,000 square-foot that houses the School of Sport Science and Fitness Studies, an athletic training room, and strength and conditioning training center, includes a variety of amenities for students – fitness, dance, weight, and aerobic rooms, a racquetball court, a competition gymnasium, and a field house with a suspended running track and a traverse climbing wall.
Post Center
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Raymond J. Bourque Arena
Named after former NHL legend and Boston Bruin great Raymond Bourque, the Raymond J. Bourque Arena is a multi-purpose community resource with countless opportunities for intramurals, student activities, and formal speaking events. A daily open skate time block is reserved for Endicott students!
Raymond J. Bourque Arena
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Fitness Center
No matter your fitness goals or level of skill, the Post's fitness center can accommodate any student striving for health and wellness. The weight training and cardiovascular facility sports new rubberized flooring, treadmills, spin bikes, elliptical machines, weight lifting racks, free weights, abdominal equipment, and a stretching area.
Weight Training
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Aerobics at Endicott offers a wide array of opportunities to increase fitness and personal health. New classes are offered each semester. Each class consists of a series of exercises that stress different parts of your body, particularly the large muscle groups, for a prolonged period.

Get involved as a Gull.

These statistics reflect the 2016-17 academic year.

84% Undergraduate students participating in varsity, club or intramural offerings
603 Student-athletes (NCAA DIII and club)
21% NCAA DIII student-athletes
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Student-Athlete Experience

While balancing a rigorous schedule of academic demands and their commitment to athletic excellence, Endicott student-athletes push the limits of the College's experiential learning model through internship, study abroad, community service, and leadership opportunities.

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Ranked among the top 50 intramural programs in the country by, Endicott offers a wide variety of male, female, and coed leagues. Create your own team or join as a free agent! Intramural competition uses the same state-of-the-art facilities as our varsity teams.

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Research & Running: Abigail Keim '19
Abby Keim '19, a double major in bio/biotechnology and psychology as well as a cross country and track and field student-athlete, has taken advantage of one of the many experiential learning opportunities Endicott offers that has real-world application—collaborative research with faculty.

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