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Simmons's robust athletics program includes ten NCAA Division III varsity intercollegiate teams, award-winning athletic facilities, a broad variety of fitness programs and clinics. Go Sharks!

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Intercollegiate sports

Simmons has ten NCAA Division III varsity intercollegiate teams provide a serious workout for student athletes who seek award-winning coaches, a competitive game schedule, and a personal challenge. While the majority of Simmons's competitive athletes are recruited out of high school, many skilled walk-ons get plenty of opportunities to play. Regardless of skill level, all Simmons athletes are students first, and must possess the desire to study and compete in an environment that rewards and respects academic excellence.

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Athletics facilities

Located on the Simmons residence campus, the William J. Holmes Sports and Fitness Center offers state-of-the art-training equipment, hardwood courts, and indoor running area, swimming pool, dance and exercise rooms, and more. Simmons field hockey, lacrosse, and soccer teams train and compete on state-of-the-art field turf. See Facilities & Directions »

Programs and Clinics

Simmons offers year-round fitness programs, including: the Lifelong Exercise and Activities Program (LEAP), which offers non-credit instructional classes, workshops, field trips and recreational activities to the Simmons and Colleges of the Fenway community; aquatic programs, including children's swim lessons and masters swimming; summer vacation programs for school-age children; volleyball and basketball camps, crew clinics, and more. Simmons students also may participate in intramurals sports through the Colleges of the Fenway collaboration. Continue to Camps & Clinics »

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