Competitive Clubs

Malone’s competitive club program has recently been expanded and offers students with a variety of interests opportunities to participate in contests against students from other institutions. All programs will be supervised by qualified staff members and will utilize campus facilities.

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Starting in 2017-2018:

Men’s and Women’s Bowling

Malone bowlers enjoy access to quality lanes located very close to the campus. Northeast Ohio is an area of growth among high school bowlers and many colleges and universities have competitive teams. 

Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing activities in the United States. Malone students enjoy several natural grass fields on campus for practices and competition. A variety of Northeast Ohio institutions field teams and provide competition for a full schedule.

Disc Golf 

Disc Golf is a frisbee sport played both competitively and recreationally. Malone is home to a nine hole course with larger courses located near campus. The club is focused on developing skilled, competitive players to play in regional tournaments and the NCDGC National Championship.

Chess

Led by Head Coach Alex Yu, an accomplished chess player and member of the Malone staff, the Pioneers host tournaments on the Malone campus and frequently travel for college-sponsored competitions.

Men’s Volleyball

The Malone men’s volleyball team competes in Osborne Hall, the on-campus site for all home Pioneer basketball and volleyball games. The gym seats approximately 1,200. 

Endurance — Cross Country, Triathalon, Cycling, etc.

Led by an experienced staff including 2012 US Olympic Distance Coach Jack Hazen, and veteran US Marathon Olympic qualifier David Gramlich, Malone students of all ability levels have an opportunity to train and participate in a variety of endurance sports including road racing (5k, 10k, Half Marathon), cycling, triathlon, ultra running and adventure racing.

This training can prepare young athletes to step up to compete in Cross Country or Track and Field meets with the team, or allow students to train together and attain a personal goal. 

Personalized planning and training is facilitated on the Malone campus and surrounding neighborhoods, while competitions are held throughout the entire school year.

 

Starting in future years:

  • Women’s Ice Hockey
  • Weightlifting
  • Water Polo
  • Men’s Ice Hockey
  • Men’s Lacrosse
  • Men's Rugby