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Updated 1/30/2019:
 

14th Annual Wildcat Invitational will be held on March 2nd, 2019. Online registration opening soon!
Download the 2019 Wildcat Invitational Flyer in PDF format.
Get your pre-registration in by February 16th to save $20 off walk-up registration!

 

All judoka must register and complete code of conduct for the UNH Judo Club here.

 

Spring 2019 Schedule:

  • Feb 2, Keene Y Shiai, Keene NH
  • Feb 9, CARE/Referee Clinic, UNH Durham
  • Feb 23, Goshin Jutsu no Kata, UNH Durham
  • Mar 2, 14th Annual Wildcat & Northeast Regional Collegiates, UNH Durham
  • Mar 23, Kata Festival, UNH Durham
  • Apr 13, Pedro's Challenge, Danvers MA
  • Apr 28, Liberty Bell, Philadelphia PA

Practice Times

Sunday

TBD Competitive Training

Advanced only

Tuesday

7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m.

All Judoka

Thursday

7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m.

All Judoka

Hamel Rec Center, Studio 2
(near the locker rooms)

UNH JUDO wants you to come check out our Club! No experience is necessary, and the club is open to ALL who wish to join. At the beginning of each semester, the Club holds an Organizational Meeting for all new members ("judoka") that want more information. The week that follows the meeting is reserved for sign-ups of all incoming judoka. Any interested student, faculty, or staff member is encouraged to stop by during any practice to watch the Club in action and ask questions. Remember, if you cannot join this semester, there is always next semester! Hope to see you here!

Some of the great benefits of this martial art include:

  • Learn self-defense techniques and get a great workout (avg. 1000 Cal/wkout)!


- Techniques include Throws, Grappling, Pins/Hold-downs, Chokes, and Arm-locks!

  • Develop self-confidence, a sense of balance in life, and make new friends!

 

  • Receive Hands-on teaching from a qualified coach and a number of experienced students!

 

  • Participate in an official Olympic Sport (men since 1964 & women since 1988)!

 

  • Option to compete against other New England schools/clubs/dojos!

 

  • Prepare yourself for MMA!

 

  • Learn about Japanese culture and martial arts history!