Puget Sound is a NCAA Division III school that competes in the Northwest Conference.
Puget Sound has 23 varsity sports teams. Learn more about a specific team on our athletics website.
Puget Sound's campus includes several fields, a stadium, a tennis pavilion, and the Athletic and Aquatic Center, which was opened in August 2016. Please visit the Puget Sound Athletics website for more information about the facilities on campus.
The Puget Sound Athletics website provides contact information for all Puget Sound varsity athletic programs.
Puget Sound offers club and intramural sports, both of which are a less significant time commitment and open to students of varying skill levels. Learn about club and intramural sports.
Each coach has a different policy on open tryouts which may change year to year. To inquire about sports you are interested in please visit our athletic page and contact coaches directly.
Puget Sound, as a Division III institution, is committed to the developing the scholar, as well as the athlete. Thus, varsity athletes at Puget Sound still have the same graduation and major/minor requirements as any other student.
The whole campus community, including professors, is supportive of Puget Sound athletics and athletes. Professors and coaches work together to make sure varsity athletes are caught up on assignments and class material in the instance that an athlete has to miss a class because of a sporting event.
Our teams have captured 40 conference championships since joining the NWC in 1999. On average, our teams win 3 conference titles a year and 1 conference title per season (Fall, Winter, Spring).
Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Swimming, Women’s Lacrosse, and Women’s Volleyball have all made appearances in NCAA Division III National and West Region rankings in the last 5 years.
Since joining the NWC in 1999, the Loggers have won two McIlroy-Lewis All-Sports trophies and have never finished lower than fourth in the standings out of nine schools. Puget Sound finished third in the 2013 McIlroy-Lewis All-Sports Competition.
The Women’s soccer team has won twelve Northwest Conference championships in a row, the longest streak in all of Division III soccer.