Sports aren’t prevalent at UCM. This is not a school full of students with athletic scholarships or with big weekly games. Nevertheless, there are students passionate about sports—that join or start clubs focusing on a certain sport. There are regular intramural games, and sometimes UCM does host competitive games (i.e. basketball and volleyball) with other schools. The teams have yet to become well-established. However, there is a great gym for students to practice or even play basketball, volleyball, etc.—just for fun. There is also a recreation field where people play and practice soccer and lacrosse regularly. Students also go play games and sports off campus.
There are numerous students here at UCM who used to play competitively in high school, who miss the excitement of homecoming games and just big games in general. However, such students have a great time in the gym with friends throwing hoops and catching up on their game, and it is convenient for them since the gym is not overly crowded. There have been attempts to start up football, but they have not been overly successful so far. UCM welcomes the start of new sports and athletic clubs; if a student is determined enough to form a team, he or she can work with staff and other students to make it happen.