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    Spartan Athletics Add Four New Sports

    St. Thomas Aquinas College's Spartan Athletics Department is proud to announce the addition of four new sports: Sprint Football, E-Sports, Women's Bowling, and Women's Triathlon. The College sponsors 21 varsity sports with these additions. Learn more about the new teams


St. Thomas Aquinas College provides students with the opportunity to participate in college athletics at the Division II, varsity, club, or intramural level. Located in Sparkill, New York, STAC is home to 20 NCAA DII Men’s and Women’s teams, plus varsity level sprint football and women's triathlon. Learn more about them, watch highlights, see rosters and schedules, read news stories, and stay up-to-date with all things Spartans by visiting our Spartan Athletics Website and check out the latest action shots of our Spartans on the Spartan Athletics Flickr site.

Our Spartans and Lady Spartans are members of the East Coast Conference. Student-athletes at St. Thomas Aquinas College build determination and sportsmanship, develop critical life skills such as leadership and personal discipline, and make lifelong friendships with like-minded peers. In addition, the emphasis on academics, along with strong faculty support, ensures that you will strike the perfect balance learning both on the field and off, and still have time to socialize and explore your other interests.

Club and Intramural Sports

STAC’s club sports allow students to participate in intercollegiate athletics including cheerleading, dance, baseball, and soccer. Some club sports practice at the same facilities as our Division II teams and compete in local and regional tournaments. Our club sports page includes contact information and links to schedules, rosters, and more!

If you don’t want the commitment of a club sport, intramural sports at STAC are a non-competitive way to meet fellow Spartans and get involved!

Get Involved

Student-athletes are committed to giving back to their community through various service efforts including raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project, participating in walks to fund research for Cystic Fibrosis and Breast Cancer and hosting activities for local children, among many others.