Campus Center, Lower Level
Jessica Todd, Director of Student Activities
716-649-7900, ext. 335
Hilbert Starz is a Hilbert College's Cheerleading team that supports athletic teams. The Starz perform at sidelines and halftime routines and also appears at other events around campus. Their goal is to promote school spirit, provide encouragement and support for our athletic programs and be active members of the Hilbert community.
Contact: Colleen Kumiega
Associate Professor of Human Services
Bogel Hall 110
649-7900, ext. 306
Get the chance to play and participate in charity events that will not only benefit yourself but the people in your community as well. Help us get a team started so that we can do more bigger events and games in the future and hopefully In the end we are in an actual league with a chance to win every game. This club will be a great way to make new friends, get in physical shape, and getting to know and grow the sport of roller hockey.
Contact: Don Suchan
The Hockey Club provides an opportunity for students to play organized ice hockey at the club level. Less competitive pick-up games are also played. The club's goal is to provide a foundation on which a formally recognized competitive team can develop.
Hilbert.Contact: Don Suchan
Buildings and Grounds Supervisor
649-7900, ext. 367
The Ski/Snowboarding Club provides an opportunity for all interested students to experience and enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Membership is open to all students.
Contact: John D'Amico
Professor of Business Administration
115 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 350
This committee provides insight on the student-athlete experience and offers input on the rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes' lives at Hilbert. It also enhances the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image through volunteer work and various projects. Members are selected by coaches.
Contact: Kelly Starchok
Hafner Recreation Center
649-7900, ext. 113
These two teams will provide opportunities for students to compete against other collegiate institutions at the Club level in 2016-17. Coach Brunger will guide the runners through the formative season and transition the Hawks to Division III, varsity status in 2017-18.
Men’s track team’s page - http://www.hilberthawks.com/index.aspx?path=mtrk&
Women’s track team’s - http://www.hilberthawks.com/index.aspx?path=wtrk&
Contact: Nick Orlowski
This team will provide opportunities for students to compete against other collegiate institutions at the Club level in 2016-17. Coach Darnley will guide the club team through the formative season and transition the program to competitive, Division III varsity team which will compete in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference in 2017-18.
Women’s bowling team page - http://www.hilberthawks.com/index.aspx?path=wbowl&
Contact: Dan Darnley
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