Sport Entry Meeting Start Date
5 v 5 Soccer Tue 9/4 Mon 9/10
Kickball Tournament Thu 9/6 Fri 9/7
Beach Volleyball Tue 9/11 Mon 9/17
Flag Football Tue 9/18 Mon 9/24
O'Hara (4v4) Basketball Tue 9/25 Mon 10/1
Ultimate Disc Wed 9/26 Mon 10/1
Indoor Field Hockey Tue 10/2 Tues 10/9
Softball Tournament Thu 10/11 Fri 10/12-14
Volleyball Tue 10/9 Mon 10/15
3 on 3 Basketball Tue 10/16 Mon 10/22
Singles Tennis Tourney Thu 11/1 Sat 11/3
Basketball Tue 1/22 Mon 1/28
Indoor Soccer Tue 1/29 Mon 2/4
Arena Flag Football Tue 1/31 Sat 2/2
Floor Hockey Tue 2/26 Mon 3/11
Softball Tue 3/12 Mon 3/18
Beach Volleyball Tue 3/19 Mon 3/25
Mixed Doubles Tennis Thu 4/4 Sat 4/6
"The Nines" Tourney Tue 4/23 Sat 4/27
Arena Flag Football is a weekend tournament played on all five courts inside Sports Complex fieldhouse. Most of the same rules as outdoor flag football apply, with the big exception being the absence of punts. This creates a fun, exciting quick paced game. Teams consist of 7 players with a minimum of 5 needed to start the game. Roster size is limited to 15 players.
Intramural Basketball is played within the confines of the fieldhouse, located inside the Sally Blair Ames Sports Complex. Open to teams of Men or Women, basketball is traditionally played from Monday -Thursday after 6:00pm. In the Men's league, a choice of Division I or Division II is given, with the Division II teams playing at a slightly lower skill level. Basketball is officiated by Rec Sports staff officials, not NBA or college level officials. Any disrespect toward these students will not be tolerated. Roster size is limited to 12.
O'Hara (4v4) Basketball Tournament is played on the basketball courts behind O'Hara Hall. The tourney is generally taking place in mid fall, at night under the lights. The smaller courts make it possible to have the wide-open and exciting 4v4 games. Open to both men's and women's leagues, maximum roster size is 10.
Intramural 3 v 3 Basketball is played in the Sally Blair Ames Sports Complex fieldhouse. Held mid fall semester 3 v 3 is exactly as it sounds, a half court game of basketball pitting two teams of three participants against each other. There are no referees in 3 v 3. Fouls are called by each player on the court. Games are generally played to 11 by one point, and a the first team that wins two out of three games is declared the winner. The maximum roster size is 8 for 3 v 3 basketball.
Dodgeball is played inside the Ames Sports Complex on the Basketball courts. It is played tournament style with a winner usually crowned that evening. Teams consist of 6 players on the court at a time, and can be comprised of either all women, all men, or co-rec. Intramural
Indoor Field Hockey is played on two basketball courts inside the Ames Sports Complex, in the mid fall semester. With the divider curtains down on all four sides, it makes for a fun, fast, exciting game with limited stoppages. Teams consist of Six players (5 and a goalie) on the court at one time, with the roster size limited to 12 players. A lighter plastic ball is used, and although players are encouraged to bring their own sticks, Rec Sports will provide them if needed.
Intramural Flag Football is played on the Rec Fields which are located in between the Holy Cross Center and Skyhawk Field. Played in the early fall, flag football is played on field dimensions of 100 yards long by 40 yards wide with. The field is broken down in to 4 quadrants of 20 yards each, and two ten yard end zones. NIRSA Flag Football rules are used, with the sport being a no contact speed game. Flag Football is open to leagues of Women or Men, as teams are comprised of 7 players on the field at a time. The overall roster maxim is 15 players.
Indoor Floor Hockey is played on an enclosed area the size of two basketball courts in the Ames Sports Complex fieldhouse. Similar to Indoor Soccer, the game is played with the curtains down, so stoppages are limited, and the game is exciting and fast paced. Played week nights during the second semester, Floor hockey is open to teams of men and women, with the men's having a Division I and Division II (for less serious players). Teams consist of five (four players and a goalie), with a minimum of four needed to start the game. Roster size is limited to 12 and teams are encouraged to bring their own sticks.
Intramural Kickball is played in the fall semester, on the Rec Fields which are located in between the Holy Cross Center and Skyhawk Field. Generally held as a single elimination weekend tournament, games are limited to 7 innings and consist of eight players on the field (six are needed to start).
Intramural 5 v 5 Soccer is played on the Rec Fields which are located in between the Holy Cross Center and Skyhawk Field. Played in the early fall, it is soccer played on field dimensions of 40 yards long by 30 yards wide. Most all soccer rules apply, the most glaring change is there is no offside, making it a fast and exciting sport. 5 v 5 is open to leagues of Women or Men, as teams are comprised of 4 field payers and a goalie. The overall roster maxim is 12 players.
Intramural Indoor Soccer is played in an enclosed area the size of two basketball courts in the Ames Sports Complex fieldhouse. it is played in the early spring semester. With the divider curtains down, stoppages are limited, making the game fast and exciting. 4 players and a goalie are on the playing surface at one time, with teams being allowed to play with a minimum of 3 and a goalie. Leagues of Men or Women are available, with the roster size limited to a maximum of 12.
The Softball tournament is played in the fall, and is generally a weekend tournament. Played on the Rec Fields which are located between the Holy Cross Center and Skyhawk Field, the tournament is open to teams of men. women, and co-rec. Bats, balls, bases and umpires are provided by the Rec Sports department. Players need to provide their own glove or borrow from members on the opposing team. As with the Spring leagues, rosters are limited to 18 but only 15 shirts are given out to championship teams.
Softball, one of our most popular intramural sports, is played on the Rec Fields, located behind the Sports Complex, between the Holy Cross Center and Skyhawk Field. Open to leagues of men, women, or co-rec, bats, balls, bases and umpires are provided by the Rec Sports Department. Participants must provide their own glove, or borrow from an opposing player. Roster size is limited to 18 players however a maximum of 15 t-shirts are given out to the championship team.
Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament is frequently played in the beginning of April in the Ames Sports Complex. Open to teams of one male and one female participant, there is a choice of beginner or intermediate/advanced teams. Once entered, teams are randomly seeded in their specific skill level, and a single elimination tournament ensues.
Intramural Singles Tennis is a tournament which is held late in the fall semester. The tournaments are open to men or women, with competition levels ranging from beginner/intermediate or advanced. Depending on the amount of entries, tournaments are generally single elimination and last one to two weekend days.
The Nines is a weekend tournament played outdoors on the courts behind O'Hara Hall. Played in late spring, the Nines is a four on four game played on smaller sized courts and is open to men's and women's teams. All baskets are lowered to 9 feet, allowing for an exciting game with lots of lay-ups, dunks, and blocks.
Ultimate Disc is played in the fall semester, under the lights in WB Mason Stadium. Depending on the amount of teams entered, the competition may either be a 1-3 week long season, or just a one day tournament. Leagues or tournaments consist of mainly Co-Rec teams. 7 players are allowed per team, however you must have 5 to start the game.
Intramural Volleyball is played in the fall season, on the volleyball courts inside the Ames Sports Complex. Open to leagues of Men's, Women's or Co-Rec, there is a maximum of two varsity volleyball players per team and two men's club players per team. The maximum roster size for volleyball is 12 players.
Intramural Beach Volleyball is played on the Mathew Boyle Beach Volleyball Court, located between Boland Hall and Colonial Courts. A two semester sport, Beach takes place in early Fall and again in late Spring. Open to leagues of Women, Men, or Co-Rec, teams are comprised of 4 playing participants while roster size is limited to 8.
Baggo is a Bean Bag tossing game. Played on the Rec Fields Baggo consists of teams of four or two, and points are scored by tossing a bean bag onto a board. One point is scored for a bag landing on the board, three points for a bag tossed through the hole in the middle of the board.