14 varsity sports, 1 team. Our pride is made up of more than 250 student-athletes that represent the College in intercollegiate competition. Whether you are a former lion, a parent to a cub, or a fan in the stands roaring with us, find out how you can support our student-athletes.

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Roar With Us!

There are multiple ways you can support Emerson Athletics. Check out our different funds and find out which option resonates with you most.

Athletics Funds

Lions Fund

The Lions Fund supports all 14 varsity sports at Emerson by being allocated to the Department's greatest needs including: transportation to away games, new gear and uniforms, improvements to facilities and training equipment, updated tech and media equipment, and so much more. This is an immediate-use fund, meaning your gift will have an immediate impact.

Athletic Trust Fund

The Athletics Trust Fund (ATF) is an endowed fund that was created by Emerson Lion alumni and former athletic staff. This Fund will have a lasting impression on Emerson’s Athletic Department for years to come; therefore, a gift to the ATF will impact not only current student-athletes, but future Lions as well.

Individual Team Funds

All 14 varsity programs have their own specific fund so you can choose to support one team and their unique endeavors.

Thanks to the unwavering determination of former Emerson Professor and Soccer Coach Peter Chvany, the opportunity to compete and represent Emerson College on the pitch was afforded to female student-athletes in the fall of 1990 with a dedicated women's program. I was lucky to have been a part of that inaugural team. Keeping the women's soccer program supported ensures that Coach Pete's legacy lives on and that every female student-athlete who chooses to call Emerson home has a community of women with a shared passion for soccer awaiting their arrival.

Hear Us Roar!

Our 14 varsity sports are competing throughout the academic year. Check out our Athletics webpage to stay up-to-date with competition schedules, Athletics events, Lion alumni celebrations, and student-athlete accolades.