Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports is one of the most popular ways to get involved on-campus with your fellow Boilermakers. The Intramural Sports program provides the opportunity for structured individual, dual, and/or team leagues, tournaments, and events in more than 40 sport offerings. Each year approximately 18,000 students participate, including 300 basketball teams, 250 flag football teams, 230 sand volleyball teams, 180 outdoor and indoor soccer teams, and 180 softball teams.

How to get involved

Get together with fellow members of your residence hall, fraternity, sorority, cooperative, or just a group of friends. Locate the registration dates on the Intramural Sports website for the desired sport and select a captain who will be responsible for registering the team online through our online system, IM Leagues. The captain is responsible for choosing a team name, completing the online captain’s quiz, selecting the day/time you want to play, and inviting all of the team members to join the team’s roster. IM Leagues also allows you to maintain your team roster, communicate with your team members, view your team schedule, check your game results and standings, reschedule and/or cancel your games, and track all participation statistics. The commitment for a league sport is a 3-week regular season followed by a single elimination playoff. Tournament sports are typically a one-night single-elimination tournament and the commitment is dependent on your advancement through the bracket. No intramural contest lasts more than an hour.

Here is a video tutorial on how to register an Intramural Sports team in IM Leagues.

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