Sports and Outdoors
Florida's Capital City is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders and year-round outdoor activities.
All four seasons bring different flora and fauna. Nestled in the Red Hills bio-region in the Panhandle, Tallahassee boasts
topography unlike any other in Florida and is one of the most biologically-diverse regions in the United States.
In fact, The Nature Conservancy considers this area to be one of "America's Last Great Places." Whether by land or water,
breath-taking landscapes, incredible wildlife and recreational activities abound for outdoor enthusiasts, explorers,
trail-blazers and adventurers of all types to feed their soul here...or claim serious bragging rights.
The Florida State University is known for its competitive athletics in both men's and women's sports competitions.
The men's program consists of baseball, basketball, cross country running, football, golf, swimming, tennis, and track & field.
The women's program consists of basketball, cross country running, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track & field,
and volleyball. FSU's Intercollegiate Club sports include bowling, crew, rugby, soccer and lacrosse. Harkins Field is an
artificial turf field that is home to the lacrosse team as well as serving as the practice field for
the Marching Chiefs of the College of Music and the football team.