Sports and Games Office is under student affairs department, the aim of this department is to provide for learners, students and staff needs for games, health and recreation. Games provided by Kibabii university college are: soccer, netball, volleyball, basketball, hockey, handball, table tennis, lawn tennis, softball, darts, badminton, swimming both for recreation and competition. Other recreational facilities include: aerobics and fitness hiking, back backing and mountaineering athletics.
The sports motto is sports and fitness for life, our vision is to be a department that provides for health and recreational needs to all. The university is a member of the Kenya university sports association, which is affiliated to FISU and international universities sports associations.
The western conference is referred to as WEKUSA. Its’ made of seven universities namely Kibabii, Maseno, JOUST, Kabianga, Kisii, Rongo and MasindeMuliro.
The university also participates in women KUSA games which is a national event for women sports only. The university also competes in east African university games, world university games.
The sports offices are found opposite procurement department under the pavilion and the sports officer is Mr. Tom Amwanzo.
As at now May 2014, the university is the national inter-universities KUSA champions in Taekwondo western conference, western champions, all students and staff are welcomed to the department, and we intend to provide you with the support you need to enjoy your sporting needs while at the university.
Extra-curricula activities are essential for the total human mental and physical development. These activities provide comic relaxation to the stressed, frazzled and exhausted mind, thus afford appropriate outlet for releasing different forms of pressure or anxiety in the world of academia. It is the policy of the University College that all students should be encouraged to participate in at least one game and one sport.
The University College offers a wide programme of sporting activities for both men and ladies. These include soccer, hockey, basketball, tennis, table tennis, badminton, tae-kwo-ndo, karate, athletics, netball, chess, scrabble, darts and
rugby. Students participate in these activities for recreation or competitively. At competitive level, we accord students opportunity to travel widely to compete at inter-university sports bi-annual championships and tournaments organized at local, national and regional Levels.
The students are strongly advised to appreciate the policy of the University College that encourages all students to come with their own training and practice kit and appropriate playing equipment for games and sports of their choice. For
example, students who intend to participate in any of the following category of games and sports should bring their own playing kit as follows:
1. Soccer/football/rugby – Uniforms and boots
2. Basketball/volleyball/handball/netball – Uniforms and footwear
3. Hockey – Uniforms, footwear and hockey stick
4. Tennis/badminton/table tennis – Uniforms rackets or bats and footwear
5. Athletics/swimming – Track suits/swimming costumes
6. Karate/Tae-kwon-do – Ghee suits
The University has an “official competition kit” which will be provided ONLY during Competitions. Other basic items for training such as balls will be provided for training and practice of the respective teams.
Students performing a Bukusu Traditional song