Club Sports Federation
What is the CSF?
This assembly of Indiana University students believes that involvement in the institutions of physical fitness and competition, to promote physical well-being and university representation, is of utmost importance. Pursuing common interests and like goals compels each member to become involved in their club sport, and in turn, the Club Sports Federation. The CSF holds physical well-being, leadership, competitive spirit, and cooperation as its paramount virtues. Club Sports Federation leadership consists of a President, Vice- President, Treasurer and Secretary elected each spring.
CSF Exec Board Officers
President, Allie Mattingly
Member of the Women's Volleyball Club. Responsible for leading weekly CSF exec board meetings and setting agendas for monthly CSF meetings.
Vice President, Rylan Deer
Member of the Ballroom Dancing Club. Chair of the Appeals Board, and processes Classification System reports on a weekly basis during the academic year.
Treasurer, Trevor Light
Member of the Men's Volleyball and Waterski/Wakeboard Clubs. Handles all Allocation requests for funds and reimbursements and tracks CSF expenses. Chair of CSF annual budget request process each spring.
Secretary, Emily Kronick
Member of the Equestrian Club. Responsible for taking notes at weekly and monthly meetings, as well as ordering food for the monthly CSF meetings.
Benefits to CSF Clubs
Are you looking to start a new club? Or are you an existing club that wants to join the Club Sports Federation? Please take a look over the benefits offered to CSF member clubs on page 8 of our manual. Each Club Sport is required to send one Officer recognized by Recreational Sports to the CSF monthly meetings and meet the minimum requirements in the Classification System to remain a part of the CSF.