Not all of us are gifted enough to play in the NBA or MLS, but that doesn’t mean we can’t become the LeBron James of intramural basketball or the Lionel Messi of intramural soccer.
Men and women’s hockey forms are available outside of the intramural office. The office is located in Room 207 of the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, directly across from the basketball court.
To be eligible, one must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours, have paid the student activity fee and have a current validated Wolfcard. Secondly, there is a strict “no ID, no play” policy. A Wolfcard is mandatory for all scrimmages and games.
Basketball, volleyball and soccer have all started their respective seasons. However, it’s not too late to hop on a team. Signing up at the intramural office will either get you placed on a team in need of extra players or put on an inactive waitlist.
Intramural sports are open to every level of athlete. There is no skill requirement to get into a league.
Senior Jamie Shen, whose team won the soccer championship last spring, recommends intramural sports to anyone interested in having a good time. But he also warns that he doesn’t plan on giving up the championship trophy.
“My favorite part of last year was playing against the five-time champions and beating them,” said Shen, “and I’m trying to win again this semester.”
For more information, visit the Intramural Sports office or contact them at (907) 786-4811.