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<p>Intramural Leagues </p>

Intramural Leagues 

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<p>Intramural Leagues </p>

Intramural Leagues 

Register Here
<p> Intramural Leagues </p>

 Intramural Leagues 

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<p>Spring Intramural Leagues </p>

Spring Intramural Leagues 

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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!   
3 on 3 Basketball

Teams of three compete in a half court battle. Games are 12 minutes in length, running clock. 3 on 3 basketball is a fun way to clean off the rust and stay active. Teams compete for the coveted Intramural Championship T-Shirt, determined by a single elimination tournament at the end of the regular season. 

 

 

spring

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.

spring

 

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.  

spring

Indoor Volleyball

We play volleyball 6 v 6 on the Rec Center courts, best two out of three games.  Teams play rally scoring to 25 with one time out per team per game.  This major team sport draws a big crowd so don’t miss out on your opportunity to play!

spring

Sand Volleyball Tournament

Take off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes at the sand volleyball court.  Teams of four compete in the best two out of three games to see who is king or queen of the court.  Games are played to 25 with rally scoring format and shoes are of course optional.