A: Intramural sports are organized leagues, tournaments, and sports activities that are divided into separate skill levels for students, faculty and staff.
A: Intramural sports offer activities that promote fun and fair play. Among other benefits, they are a great way to meet new people, relieve stress, build self-esteem, and provide leadership opportunities for those interested.
A: Please refer to the intramural sports homepage for a complete listing of intramural sports for each semester.
A: Each participant may play on one same gender team and one co-rec team per sport per season.
A: We offer online registration. To register for an activity, log in to IMleagues.com.
A: Some pre-selected activities use a seeding system. These sports are separated into two levels of play: Top Gun and Just Fun. Top Gun is the most competitve level of play. Highly skilled, experienced teams should select this level. Just Fun is more recreational and less competitive. Teams with novice players are strongly encouraged to select this level of play.
A: Check the individual sport pages on IMLeagues. Most sports activities allow teams to have as many as 20 players on their rosters, given they are eligible. A few activities have a firm max, meaning there can only be a specified number of individuals on a team.
A: Players can be added online through the use of IMleagues throughout the entire season. Players may also be added to the roster at the game site. Although people can be added at the game site throughout league play, it is strongly suggested that people are added online 24 hours in advance of their game to save time when signing in players. The 24 hours will allow the new individual's name to appear on the scoresheet. Arrive early to the game site to allow for the adding of additional players. If the player is a grad/fac/staff or CE student, then a $20 fee must be paid at Member Services and a receipt must be shown prior to that person participating unless a player already is a member of Campus Recreation. Money will not be taken at the game site. Deleting a participant off a roster after they have played in a game must be done in the Campus Recreation office (112 Recreation Center).
A: All individuals who wish to play a sport, but do not have a team, may sign up as a free agent on IMleagues.com by scrolling over the register button in the top right and clicking on the "join as a free agent" option.
A: Schedules are posted online through IMLeagues.
A: Certain activities require that all teams that are eligible have a representative in attendance at the playoff meeting. If the captain is unable to attend, there must be another player from that team in attendance to receive the necessary information. This representative is then responsible for notifying the team of any changes in rules, policies or procedures for the specific sport. If a representative is not present, the team is ineligible for playoffs.
A: Sportsmanship points are the 0-4 scale (with 4 as the highest and 0 the lowest) awarded to each team based on their conduct during any intramural contest. Teams are required to maintain an average of 2.75 sportsmanship points for the season to be eligible for playoffs.
A: It is the captain's and ejected player's responsibility to set up a meeting by appointment with the Campus Recreation staff. The team will be ineligible to participate until the player(s) meets with the Campus Recreation staff. The player(s) will also not be permitted to participate in any intramural activity until he or she has met with the Campus Recreation staff. Further sanctions may apply. See the Participant's Guide for more details.
A: To compete in the playoffs, a team must have attended the mandatory playoff captains meeting if applicable, have the required sportsmanship points, have no more than one forfeit and pay the forfeit fee, and fulfill any other playoff criteria specific to that activity.
A: Any individual interested in becoming an UMass intramural official should inquire in the Recreation Center or contact Joshua Dietrich at email@example.com.
A: No experience is necessary, but it is preferred. We require all our officials to go through a comprehensive training program prior to officiating their first game. More Info.
A: Our policies and procedures are outlined in the Participant's Guide
A: Contact Campus Recreation at 413.545.0022 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.