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Intramural sports leagues provide you with the opportunity to play your favorite sport in weekly games. Most seasons include a playoff system to select a winner for each semester of play.

Each sport offers women’s, men’s and coed leagues, except for ultimate Frisbee. Within each league, you can play in either the Just for Fun or the Top Gun division depending on the competition level you desire.

League details

Visit the Registration page for more information about how to register your team.

You must be on your team’s roster in IM Leagues by 8 a.m. the day of your second game in order to be eligible to play. You may play on one same gender team and one coed team per sport per season.

Captains must also attend a mandatory meeting prior to the season’s beginning and complete an online quiz through IM Leagues.

Be sure to check IM Leagues for up-to-date information and any captain's meeting and/or game changes.

Spring 2015 Captain Information

Team captains are asked to register their team through Campus Recreation and IM Leagues,  and complete an online quiz by the dates outlined below: If quizzes are not complete prior to your first game, the game will count as a forfeit.

Spring 2015 league information

Except for ultimate Frisbee, all leagues offer a men’s, women‘s and coed option. All leagues also offer a Just for Fun and Top Gun division within each type. All teams and spectators must follow all policies and procedures maintained by campus recreation.

Please refer to the captains’ information above for details about registration deadlines and captains’ meetings.

SportRegistration EndsStart dateCost
Basketball January 21 January 25 $50
Futsal January 21 January 25 $50
IFC Bowling January 21 January 25 TBD
Indoor Volleyball February 25 March 1 $33
Soccer March 4 March 22 $50
Sand Volleyball March 4 March 22 $35
Flag Football March 18 March 22


Ulitmate Frisbee  March 18 March 29 $25

















**Fee is divided among team members and is paid at the Foster Recreation Center Welcome Desk.


Sportsmanship points

Sportsmanship points—given on a zero to five scale with five being the highest—are awarded to each team based on their conduct during any intramural contest. Teams are required to receive an average of four sportsmanship points per game to be eligible for playoffs.

Player ejection

If a player is ejected from a game due to poor conduct, an ejection slip reminder will be given to the team captain of the ejected player. The captain will give the form to the player and inform him or her to meet with the coordinator of intramural sports.

The team will be ineligible to participate until the player meets with an appointed Campus Recreation staff member. The player will also not be allowed to participate in any intramural activity until he or she has had this meeting.