The Saint Augustine's University (SAU) club sports program is managed by the School of Business, Management, & Technology (SBMT). SAU club sports include cycling, BMX, rowing, SIM golf, and SIM motorsports, all of which are linked to the school's virtual sports initiative. Sports in development include flag football, pickleball, Ultimate (frisbee), paddling, VR tennis, 3v3 basketball, and adventure racing. The program is designed to support SBMT curriculum, as well as to introduce sports not typically part of the HBCU experience.
About SAU Virtual Sports
Saint Augustine's University (SAU) formally started its virtual sports program during the Spring semester of 2021. The school first competed in virtual sports through its cycling team, the first HBCU cycling team in the country.
SAU is a charter member of the National Collegiate Virtual Sports Association (NCVSA) and has positioned itself as a national leader in virtual & simulation sports. With a new virtual sports suite opened in 2021, SAU competes in virtual cycling, rowing, golf, tennis, and motorsports events. The program is supported through new curriculum and coursework in esports, simulation sports, and sports technology.