With eight men's teams and ten women's teams, Miami University Athletics has a proud athletic tradition. The RedHawks compete in the NCAA Division I Mid-American Conference, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, and the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Miami also hosts a number of summer sports camps for ages 8–18.
With 50 dedicated teams, Miami Club Sports boasts one of the largest programs in the country. While some club sports have coaches, most are completely student-driven, with clubs being self-managed through a team of student officers. Students experience a unique combination of community and commitment while competing for national titles and developing real-world leadership skills.
Miami students enjoy numerous opportunities to simply unwind through physical activity.
This state-of-the-art facility includes courts for basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, and racquetball; an Aquatic Center with two swimming pools; aerobics rooms; an indoor jogging track; a climbing wall; and a two-story fitness center. The "Rec" Center also offers students an opportunity to enjoy the competition of intramural sports, held during multiple seasons throughout the academic year.
Home to Miami hockey games, Goggin contains two ice rinks available for public skating, broomball, summer camps, and community lessons. In addition, Goggin's intramural program is the largest of its kind in the country.
Along with adventure outings such as camping, hiking, canoeing, and rafting trips, this Center offers equipment rental and sponsors after-school youth programs. It also provides opportunities for both study abroad and team building.