The purpose of the Intramural Program is to provide fun and friendly competition in a variety of individual and team sports and activities. The goals of the Intramural Program include: 1) enhance fun and friendly competition with an emphasis on inclusion and team work, 2) providing structure and support for intramural programming, 3) to increase awareness across students, faculty, staff, and alumni and 4) provide certified sport officials.
Spring 2013 Intramural Sports
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Intramural Sports Leagues
Intramural Leagues are sports that are set up that last anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months long. Examples of Intramural League sports include Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, and Volleyball.
The Intramural Mini-Leagues are often tournaments that incorporate less traditional sports activities. These may be team or individual events. For some sports, it is up to the participants to coordinate when they will be playing. Examples of Mini-League sports include Racquetball, Table Tennis (Ping-Pong), Wallyball, and Dodgeball. Watch for these mini-leagues to be promoted throughout the year.
When it comes to sports, it takes more than a team to make it happen. You need coaches, support, and most importantly referees. Within the Intramural Program, students can become certified as an official referee and begin officiating intramural games. This is a paid position and a great way to get experience with a sport.
Contact Laura Iverson, Assistant Director of Fitness, Wellness and Recreation if you are interested in becoming an Intramural Supervisor or Official.