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Wolfpack NCAA Champions for 2022

Game On

Develop your whole self — mind, body, and spirit

Whether you want to create a lifestyle of wellness, cheer your heart out for a winning team, or feed your need for a little bit of healthy competition, Loyola offers a comprehensive range of facilities and opportunities.

Explore the ways you can engage with athletics at Loyola, and join the Wolf Pack in whatever way is just right for you. We'll be rooting for you.

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6 times

Loyola was named a Champions of Character Institution by NAIA

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25 teams

combined club sports and intramural teams

Group Fitness

Try something new like Tabata training, meet friends for yoga, or sign up for Zumba — your options for group exercise are abundant.

University Sports Complex

Take care of your body and work out in our state-of-the-art sports complex.

Loyola Womens Golf

The Wolf Pack

Here, it's easy to get involved in club or intramural sports, join an NAIA team, or focus on your wellness through our group programs. From yoga to dodgeball to kickboxing, there's something for everyone to get moving.

Wolf Pack Athletics

As a varsity player, you'll compete in the NAIA Division in the Southern States Athletic Conference, joining a team of student-athletes who excel on and off the field.

Intramural Sports

Intramurals represent various student organizations on campus, and are open to all regardless of skill level or experience.

Club Sports

Club Sports are self-organized and self-run university chartered student organizations and can be competitive, non-competitive or instructional in nature.

Loyola Wolf Pack Athletics

Loyola Wolf Pack Athletics

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics supports Loyola’s Ignatian mission to develop the whole person, preparing student-athletes to achieve excellence in the classroom and in competitions. In addition to providing a comprehensive NAIA Division I intercollegiate athletic program, the department manages community wellness and recreation offerings to enhance Loyola's academic experience, including intramurals, club sports, and on-campus fitness and swimming facilities.