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Indoor Climbing

Do you enjoy rock climbing for fun or even competitively? Even if you don’t have any experience with rock climbing, college is a great time to get out and climb to new heights. The Rock Climbing Club at York College allows you to spend time experiencing climbing in new ways here at school.
Practices Tuesday at 8 and Thursday at 8

Indoor Rock Climbing Team at a competition

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the team's schedule?

    Date

    Location

    Results

    11.4.18 University of Maryland

    Women's Beginner
    5th - Ein Hirtzel

    Men's Beginner
    1st - Peyton Schwatzman
    5th - Jake Mims
    7th - Oscar Alvarez

    Men's Intermediate
    6th Duncan Smucker

    11.10.18 Johns Hopkins University

    Women's Beginner
    1st - Colleen McCabe

    Men's Beginner
    1st - Jake Mims
    3rd - Oscar Alvarez

    11.18.18 Loyola University Maryland  
    2.9.19 Gettysburg College

     

    2.23.19 York College of Pennsylvania  
    3.30.19 St. Mary's College of Maryland  
    4.27.19 Towson University  
  • What forms do I need to have completed to participate?

    Every club sport participant must complete a Participant Liability Release for their respective sport on an annual basis.

  • Am I eligible to participate in a club sport?

    All full-time York College students are eligible to participate on a club sports team. Part-time students may participate, but are required to pay the Student Activity Fee each semester. Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA (checked each semester) in order to remain an active member of a club sports team. All members must also complete the Liability Release PRIOR to participating in any club activity. Along with these York College guidelines, participants must also meet eligibility guidelines for any governing bodies (conference, league, etc).

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