Cheer Club
At UW-Waukesha you'll find exceptional opportunities as a freshman & sophomore for involvement & participation in sports.
Men's basketball semifinals
Students can participate in intercollegiate sports such as basketball, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball. 
2015 Cougar Hall of Fame
Former athletes honored for their talent in sports.
Men's Soccer team
Studies show that students who participate in extracurricular activities also perform better in their coursework. 
Intercollegiate Sports
2015 Cougar Hall of Fame
Be Part of a Team

Athletics & Recreation

We encourage students to participate in athletics. We believe participating will greatly add to your college experience, help build self-confidence, teach you how to work with others, and help improve your physical health. Visit the official athletics site for UW-Waukesha for more information.


If there are not enough female athletes to support separate women’s golf, soccer, and tennis teams, women are allowed to participate on the men’s teams.

Team Information

Wisconsin Collegiate Conference Logo

For information about the team, including rosters, game schedule, player stats and team stats and standings, please visit the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference Website.

Admission for All Home Basketball Games

  • $3.00 adults
  • $1.00 students
  • Free All UW-Waukesha faculty, staff and students with campus ID


UW-Rock County strives to provide an inclusive environment for all of our students. We prohibit discrimination as outlined in our policies, including age, race, sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation. If you have any questions about your ability to participate in athletics at UW-Rock County, please contact  Adam Ligocki at 262-521-5206.

This institution allows transgender students to train and/or participate in varsity/intercollegiate sports, club sports and intramural sports in accordance with the National College Athletics Association (NCAA)’s guidelines on the inclusion of transgender athletes.