From NCAA competition to intramural contests, fitness to human performance research, ECU offers numerous options for sports and recreation enthusiasts.
ECU Athletics offers tickets to football, men's & women's basketball, and baseball. Get updated ticket information here.
Athletics Student Development
The Athletics Student Development Program provides support services and leadership development for every student-athlete at ECU.
Campus Recreation and Wellness
Take a closer look at ECU's student recreation facilities, fitness and adventure programs, and schedule of recreation events. Alumni are welcome to join our Student Recreation Center as well.
The Club Sports program provides competitive, instructional and recreational activities for faculty, staff, and students.
ECU Marching Pirates
In addition to performing at every home football game and select away games, the ECU Marching Pirates also represent ECU by performing at NFL games and high school marching band festivals throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Learn about the largest and most visible student organization on the ECU campus and find information about schedules, membership, and compact disks.
Go.... Pirates....! Get the latest update on the ECU Pirates -- rosters, schedules, ticket info, and more is available for all nineteen men's and women's Pirate teams.
Human Performance Lab
The Human Performance Lab focuses on research, education, and service in exercise physiology and provides clinical service experiences for students in programs within the School of Health and Human Performance.
The Department of Recreational Services sponsors a popular Intramural Sports Program. Find out more about schedules, rules, and the ARISE adapted recreation program.
Get a Pirate's-eye view of ECU's athletic facilities.
Help support student-athlete scholarships through donations to the ECU Educational Foundation, better known as the Pirate Club.
The L. T. Walker International Human Performance Center at ECU is endorsed by the International Olympic Committee for training and evaluation of Olympic athletes. Find out more, including contacts, news, and program information.