See what NUPL has been up to this winter in our most recent newsletter! Also, check out our fundraising page to help NUPL get to to Nationals!
Check out our newsletter here: NUPL 2017 Newsletter
Help NUPL get to Nationals here: Fundraising Page
Northeastern University Powerlifting strives to create a friendly and competitive environment for members to grow in both character and physical strength. Since the team was established in 2007, it has produced numerous national champions and even world competitors. One of the largest clubs on campus, NUPL prides itself with its impressive diversity, in which members from many different backgrounds can share their enthusiasm for strength sports. With one of the largest teams to date, we’ve come together with a goal to raise enough funds to finance our trip to the 2016 Collegiate Powerlifting Nationals in Providence, Rhode Island. Our hope is that the trip can be affordable for all teammates, so we can represent Northeastern University with pride.
Please check out both the Men’s and Women’s campaign!
Our quarterly newsletter is now available- Read to find out all the big happenings NU Powerlifting has been up to! (competition schedule, fundraising, etc)
Check it out! —-> Fall Newsletter
The season has ended, but training doesn’t stop!
In this issue:
Check it out! –> NUPL Newsletter (May 6th, 2015)
Collegiate Nationals starts tomorrow at 9am! Cheer on the strongest powerlifting team in the North!
Here is a link to watch us compete live: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/usa-powerlifting.html
Schedule of when to tune in…
Congratulations to all our lifters who qualified this past weekend! Everyone on the women’s team and the majority of the men’s team are now eligible to compete at Nationals!
Link to the Results are below.
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NUPL did work in PA and won both the women’s and men’s team title! Check out the results below!
—> Results <—
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This spring, the team will be making its way to Atlanta to compete at the 2015 Collegiate Nationals in Atlanta. There we will test our strength against over thirty other collegiate teams. Travelling is expensive and we need all the help we can get. To support the team or to learn more about this project, please click on the links below!