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<p>Fall Intramural League Registration Opens on 8/22/16</p>

Fall Intramural League Registration Opens on 8/22/16

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<p>Spring Intramural Leagues </p>

Spring Intramural Leagues 

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<p>Spring Intramural Leagues </p>

Spring Intramural Leagues 

Register Here
<p>Spring Intramural Leagues </p>

Spring Intramural Leagues 

Register Here

Intramural Leagues

Intramural sports encourages students to stay active regardless the skill level. We provide a perfect setting for fun competition through activities such as basketball, volleyball, flag football, soccer and much more.Check out the individual sports below for more information!   
Basketball

Challenge your friends to a game on the hard wood.  Teams of five compete in regulation basketball with two – 20 minute halves of fast-paced exciting action complete with officials and scorekeepers.  This sport fills up fast so don’t miss out on your opportunity to play one of SMC’s most popular Intramural Sport. Co-Ed and Competitive leagues are offered this semester! 

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Indoor Soccer

Played 7 v 7 in the single gym of the Rec Center, this fast-paced game will surely fill your need for adrenaline-laced competition. Teams compete in two – 20 minute halves. The ball stays in-bounds almost constantly with little to stop it but a goalie and a ceiling.  Bring a pair of shorts and tennis shoes because it is going to get real hot real fast!

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Softball

Get 7 of your best friends, bring a glove, and come to the Intramural Turf Field for some softball fun.  8 players defend the diamond from batters who are hitting softballs all over the field.  Opponents must pitch underhand so there is no shortage of offense in this game. 

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Flag Football

 Pass or run your way to the end zone for six all-the-while dodging opponents who are desperately trying to pull your flag.  This non-contact sport allows players of all abilities, and sizes, to play football at the collegiate level.  Teams play on a 40 x 100 yard field with 4 – 20 yard “zones” that represent first downs.  Remember in this sport it’s not about who has the fastest receivers, it’s who completes the most efficient passes

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