Intercollegiate athletics are a vital part of LeTourneau University's commitment to develop the whole person.
Athletics at LeTourneau University is a vital and integral part of the educational process. LeTourneau University student athletes will discover who they are in Jesus Christ in an environment of athletic training and competition, community, and academic rigor. As children of God, student athletes will manifest their identity in Christ and glorify God as they train diligently, compete courageously, serve sacrificially, and mature intellectually.
The intercollegiate athletic program provides student-athletes an opportunity to improve their skills while competing at a high level. The University sponsors 13 varsity teams, 6 men and 7 women. Men's sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer and tennis. The women's sports are basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. LeTourneau University is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III and the 12-member American Southwest Conference.
To represent LeTourneau University in varsity athletics, a student-athlete must be in good standing with the University and not be on academic or disciplinary probation.
There are potentially several club sports organizations available depending on student interests. These organizations register with Student Senate each academic year and are listed in the student organization directory.
The LeTourneau University intramural sports program is a service operation designed to meet the competitive and recreational needs of the students through sports activities.
Football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and softball make up the competitive core of team sports in the program. A wide range of other activities takes place throughout the year providing opportunities for both the serious competitors and the recreational enthusiast. For more information on the intramural sports program and how to sign-up for participation visit our intramural page www.letu.edu/intramurals.