Forming an Intramural Team
The easiest way to get involved in team sports is to form a team on your own: You and a couple of friends, or perhaps the suite or floor of your residence hall or the neighbors in your dorm. Student organizations such as fraternities and clubs, as well as other campus groups often put together teams. Ask at your organization's next group meeting or contact your RA. The following sports will play in a league format which will include a multi-week season and end-of-season tournament.
One – Day tournaments
Throughout the school year there may be one-day tournaments in a variety of sports and activities, such as 3-on-3 basketball, darts, ultimate Frisbee, chess, FBS Bowl Challenge, NCAA Bracket Challenge, and gaming. Gaming tournaments may include Fifa, Madden, and Fortnite. One – Day tournament offerings will be based on student interest.
If sports for one or for you and a partner are what you're looking for, then try any one of our individual or dual sports ladders. Ladders are all about participation, the more games you play the better opportunity you have to win. Ladder sports may include things like racquetball, tennis, and golf.
How to Register
Once you have put a squad together, you will need to register. The key here is to REGISTER EARLY! So, when you do register? Create an account on IMLeagues and check our Intramural Sports schedule for each semester. Also, talk your RA and watch for flyers for what is available. You will register for most sports online. Just one person for your team will need to sign-up.
No student, faculty, or staff member may play on more than one team per sport. A participant who violates this rule will be ineligible to participate in a minimum of their original team's next scheduled game; the second team the violator played for will forfeit all games in which the violator participated. All participants must be on a team's official roster, located on the team roster on IMLeagues, or receive permission from the event supervisor in order to participate, Failure to be on an official roster may result in that team forfeiting the game. Any participant must complete a liability waiver before competing in a game.