Games and Athletic Student Organizations

Be sure to file the 2015-2016 Organization Information Form to have your organization's information listed on the Student Activities Website.

Southern Miss Social Dance *formerly Ballroom Dance

The Southern Miss Social Dance Club seeks to provide a fun and comfortable environment for students to not only learn ballroom dance but also to put it to use by dancing it socially. It's a healthy mix of instruction and open dancing. Come join us to find out what it's all about and make some new friends along the way! 

President: Rebecca Casey | Email Rebecca:

Bass Fishing Club

Group of student anglers that participate in intercollegiate tournaments accross the country.

President: Kevin Wabel | Email Kevin:

Dixie Darlings

The Dixie Darlings are the university's precision dance team. They perform alongside The Pride of Mississippi Marching Band for all USM's home football games. The Dixie Darlings also make appearances at pep rallies and university events. They recently created an award-winning competition squad and travel to dance competitions across the region. In addition, the Dixie Darlings give back to the community by volunteering at a variety of community service events throughout the year. This group of nearly fifty dedicated women has been a tradition of excellence at Southern Miss since 1954.

President: Lora Lavigne | Email Lora:

Game Over!

Game Over! is dedicated to uniting the student body by the power of stress-free relaxation and socialization through the vessel of gaming. We strive to satisfy USM's video/card/board gaming needs. We're a due free organization for students.

President: Julia Montgomery | Email Julia:

Golden Wings Womens’ Ultimate Frisbee

The Golden Wings Womens' Ultimate team is a team of women who are highly dedicated to learning the sport of ultimate frisbee. We practice every Tuesday and Thursday night, and go to various tournaments in the country. We have previously attended tournaments in Tupelo Ms, Starkville Ms, Gainesville Fl, and Baton Rouge La. Since the team is new, we focus on recruitment of women around campus and improving our game. Our future goal is to be a strong, competitive team.

President: Melissa Mikulec | Email Melissa:

Golden Eagle Rugby

We are one of the university's oldest club sports. We compete in the Deep South Rugby Conference, which is coordinated by USA Rugby.

President: Ryan Dufrene | Email Ryan:

High D.E.F.

All male dance crew. We are mainly a hip-hop crew but we take types of dancers who are willy to learn. We are a brotherhood of dancers who strive for greatness on and off campus.

President: Marvin Calvin | Email Marvin:

Martial Arts Club

We practice our moves at meetings, even adding new ones at times. We practice moves such as kicks, flips, punches, and any others we can think of. We organize anything else that is fun for the club to do & what is martial arts related.

President: Floyd Williams | Email Floyd:

Men’s Soccer Club 

The Men's Soccer Club is a student organization created in 1974 with the objective to practice and play soccer. It is the oldest active club in the history of Southern Miss. We are a student oriented organization, so we rely on our players leadership and moral values to respect the members of the team and show professional attitude both off-and-on the field. We take pride on our students teaching and learning from each other through camaraderie and competitive sport. The Southern Miss' Men's Soccer Club plays against universities club teams throughout the southeast during the Spring semester, and we are also a member of NIRSA (National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association), part of Regions II - Gulf Coast Division, playing their regular season during the Fall.

President: James Bueno | Email James:

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee

The USM Men's Black Gold Ultimate team competes in the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. We are a group of guys that aims to have a good time while playing the sport we love. Our goal is to teach players the skills they need in order to compete at the collegiate level while also creating a fun, comfortable athletic experience. We travel to many tournaments all over the region. We welcome any newcomers, regardless of skill level or experience. For more information, contact David Walker at

President: David Walker | Email David:

USM Quidditch Team

Beginning in 2005, quidditch is a co-ed, full contact sport played by over 300 teams around the world. As a combination of dodge ball, flag football, rugby, basketball and soccer, quidditch has a position for a variety of people. We travel and meet people from all over the country.

President: Brittany Laurent | Email

Rhythm Rush Dance Team

Rhythm Rush was created to fulfill the desires of young women who are motivated to practice with dedication, perform with vigor, and develop movement and choreography skills. With styles varying from jazz, hip hop, and contemporary-majorette fusion, Rhythm Rush is not only an organization, but a dance sensation for the eyes and ears of the student body at the University of Southern Mississippi.

President: Brianna Glenn | Email Brianna:

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

To unite the voice of the student-athlete population, and to serve in an advisory role to the Athletics Department regarding issues relevant to student-athlete’s welfare, access and equity.

President: Christopher Monroe | Email Christopher:

Student Eagle Club

The Student Eagle Club works to involve USM students in an excitement-oriented organization that is committed to supporting and promoting all Southern Miss athletic programs. We are the largest student-based organization at Southern Miss.

President: Keeyuania Pannell | Email Keeyuania:

Table Tennis Club

The USM Table Tennis club meets weekly for practice and friendly competition between the members of the club. The club also participates in tournaments and host an annual school wide tournament.

President: Ryan Coleman | Email Ryan:

Tennis Club 

Southern Miss Tennis Club will give students and faculty/staff an opportunity to enjoy playing tennis at a recreational and competitive level. Many student that we approached showed enthusiasm when told about the potential start of a tennis clu

President: Josh Brunson| Email Josh:

Women’s Lacrosse Club

Lacrosse is a team sport that involves 12 players playing at once on the field. Much like soccer, field hockey, and basketball, it takes endurance and coordination to play. No lacrosse experience is required. The only requirement is that you must have played a sport in high school. Our lacrosse program is a completely student organization. From fundraising to volunteering we are fully involved. The program has developed over the past few years and every year we improve in increasing the number of committed new players. We have kept our traveling roster at 13, but we hope to increase it to at least 20 this semester.

President: Rebecca Hassell | Email Rebecca: