About one-third of Hartwick students compete in varsity athletics—so no matter the season, there’s always a reason to cheer each other on.
Binder Physical Education Center houses Lambros Arena, Moyer Pool in the Sally Griffiths Herbert ’88 Aquatics Center, Elting Fitness Center, a practice gym for pick-up games, racquetball and squash courts, a strength-training room, dance studios, and saunas.
We also have six tennis courts; a 400-meter synthetic track; Wright Stadium, where our football, field hockey, and lacrosse teams play; the all-weather Elmore Field for soccer; and three natural grass fields for varsity practice and intramural and club team play.
Men’s Varsity Sports
Basketball, cross country, football, indoor track, lacrosse, outdoor track, soccer, swimming & diving.
Women’s Varsity Sports
Basketball, cross country, equestrian, field hockey, indoor track, lacrosse, outdoor track, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, and volleyball.
For the beginner, the casual athlete, and the hardcore competitor, recreational and competitive sports are available all across campus. Hartwick students have opportunities to create a new team and plan their own competitions, regardless of background, skill, or physical ability.
If you’re more comfortable rooting from the sidelines, join Swoop, the mascot of the Hartwick Hawks. Show your Hartwick pride all season—but never more than during Code Blue. It’s Hartwick College’s campus-wide spirit drive for home games. Students, faculty, and staff turn out in droves, wearing blue and white, to cheer on our men’s and women’s teams.
The William V. Campbell H’10 Fitness Center is a 6,500 square-foot, state-of-the-art exercise facility in Dewar Union designed to meet the needs of all students. It includes the Perrella Cardio & Strength Training Center and the Hutman Studio.
The Perrella Cardio & Strength Training Center includes industry-leading fitness technology. That means equipment brands like Expresso, Precor, and Nautilus. There are 32 different cardio, stretching, strength, and functional training stations, not to mention free weights.
The Hutman Studio is all about making fitness fun, for all! There are limitless options for engaging in empowering and entertaining workout sessions.
The Pine Lake Environmental Campus offers sites for hiking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and swimming during the summer months, and early fall and spring. During the winter months, students take to the trails at Pine Lake for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.