The sports program at Agnes is still developing and growing. Throughout campus, sports are fairly respected, but not adequately paid attention to. When one of the teams makes it to a big game, there is a strong surge of support from the campus community; however, throughout the remainder of the year, sports aren't the student body's top priority. Students do attend sporting events when they're announced, but the biggest issue with sports is a lack of communication between the athletics department and the student body. Games usually aren't announced unless they're of great importance to the team's standing. Intramural sports are pretty popular, especially yoga and Pilates. Agnes offers yoga, beginning tennis, and a running club on campus. Off-campus students can access Jazzercise Decatur Fitness, Snap Fitness Decatur, Decatur Yoga and Pilates, and Wall Crawler Rock Club at discounted rates.
The Woodruff Physical Activities Building is accessible throughout the week; however, the weight room and pool keep strange hours. The track is always open until dark, which is fairly inconvenient due to the fact that most students only have evenings free to exercise. Overall, the athletic facilities on campus are clean and fairly up-to-date; however, there is equipment that could use replacing and updating, such as the weights in the weight room as well as the treadmills. The track could also use updating. The track and field team is unable to use the track because it isn't "regulation," while the soccer and lacrosse teams aren't able to practice on the field after dark because there are no field lights. All in all, the sports program is still growing at Agnes. Hopefully, in a few years' time, it will see the growth it deserves.