Club Sports

Looking to pursue your athletic passions? Check out our club sports and click on any group name to be taken to their home page. You can also contact representatives listed below, or email us at to connect with the group of your choice!

Boston Sluggers
Avery VanLew
This club is a group of people who want to play softball at a lower commitment than that of a varsity sport. The club is open to all who are interested in playing softball.

EC Cheer Club
 Cassidy Shannon
Liam Rice
The mission of EC Cheer is to create an all inclusive, positive organization which brings spirit, school pride, and unity to the entire Emmanuel community. EC Cheer will be a supportive and uplifting environment, encouraging everyone to be their best selves while doing something they’re passionate about. 

EC Tennis Club
PresidentMaxwell Asker
AdvisorMolly DiLorenzo
The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage friendly athletic tennis competition between member as well as promote an active lifestyle.

Field Hockey Club 
PresidentOlivia Parchesky
Advisor: Leah Kendall
The purpose of the Field Hockey Club is to promote and play field hockey while giving both experienced students and those who have never played before the opportunity to compete. The club will arrange practices, games and meetings to enhance awareness.

Sailing Club
PresidentCaroline Ferguson
Advisor: TBA
The goal of the Sailing Club is to provide both a competitive and educational experience for sailors of all skill levels.

Swim Club
President: Maureen Quinn
Advisor: Jenn Forry
The mission of this organization is to give all COF students, at any skill level, the opportunity to exercise safely, learn how to swim and improve upon skills while in an enjoyable and relaxing environment.

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