Sports Rules and FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What is Intramurals?

    Intramural sports are sporting events held on campus between students, staff, and faculty with Wellness Center membership.

  • What sports are offered?

    There are a variety of sports offered throughout the year including the following major sports: football (fall and spring), basketball (5 on 5 and 3 on 3), soccer (outdoor), and volleyball (including sand volleyball). Major sports field the longest and most competitive seasons.

  • When are they held?

    Leagues are organized by night and time: Monday/Wednesday, Tuesday/Thursday. Sunday leagues play double-headers every week (for major sports). Time slots for weeknights are 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30 p.m. Sunday leagues begin at 11 a.m. and run on the hour until 8 p.m. For each of the team sports, each team will play 4 to 6 games per season. Once the season is over, a single elimination playoff tournament will take place.

  • What kinds of leagues are available?

    There are 3 leagues available per sport: Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec. New students may participate in all leagues in their first semester. Players may also participate in both a Men’s/Women’s league along with a Co-Rec league in the same season.

  • How do I register a team?

    Most registration for Intramural sports is through and is held on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one team member is required to register the team and subsequent members can be added through the season (not including playoffs).

  • I don’t have friends/I don’t like anyone on my floor/I want to play but can’t find a team. Can I still play?

    Sure! Individuals who would like to play in our major team sports but cannot field a team may sign up as a free agent through You may contact teams directly (they would have “wanted” under the team name if looking for players.) Registered teams will be able to communicate directly to you for those searching for more players as well.

  • I’m not good at sports but still like them. How can I be involved?

    Intramural sports are student-supervised and officiated. Students can become (PAID) Intramural officials for every major sport and some special events and still play for their respective teams! For more information click here.

  • Where can I get more information?

    f you are unable to find what you are looking for on our website, feel free to contact us through any means below:

    Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to find out up-to-date information, including game cancellations. 

    The Intramural Office: or 305-284-8501.