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Welcome to Westminster College Intramurals!

How to get involved with Intramural Sports in 6 easy steps:

Step 1: Scroll down to look through all the sports we offer and view the flyer for details.

Step 2: Go to www.imleagues.com and create an IMLeagues account.

Step 3: Create a team or join a team through IMLeauges by the registration deadline

Step 4: Pay the refundable $10 forfeit fee by the registration deadline. Fee's are refunded if your team doesn't forfeit.

Step 5: Read the rules, sign the waiver and check the schedule all on IMLeagues.

Step 6: Show up on time and PLAY!!

*New this year: We are now implementing a Sportsmanship Rating for every league. After every game each team will be rated on sportsmanship on a scale of 1-4 (1 being very poor sportsmanship 4 being outstanding). In order to play in the playoffs teams must have an average of 3 or better to participate.

FALL 2014 Intramural Sports

Outdoor Soccer: Entry deadline is September 2, 2014

Flag Football: Entry deadline is September 9, 2014

Basketball: Entry deadline is October 12, 2014

Indoor Volleyball: Entry deadline is October 26, 2014

Pickleball: Entry deadline is October 28, 2014

Pick-up Pickleball: 

  • Friday, October 24. 2-4pm. Payne Gym.
  • Come learn how to play the fun game of pickleball that is sweeping the country!
  • Pick-up games will be held Fridays from 2-4pm in Payne Gym from October 24-December 5. You do not need to sign up to play or have a partner! Just come out and have fun! All students, staff and faculty are encouraged to come out and play. It's FREE! If you are looking for more competition, sign up for the pickleball league above and register by October 28.

Innertube Water Polo: Entry deadline is November 23, 2014

 


The Spring 2014 Sand Volleyball Champions!

Read the Intramural Sports Handbook Here

Officiating Opportunities!

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 begin officiating intramural games.  This is a paid position and a great way to get experience with a sport.

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.

Contact Laura Iverson, Assistant Director of Fitness, Wellness and Recreation if you are interested in becoming an Intramural Supervisor or Official.