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What is Intramural Sports?

Intramural Sports is an opportunity for students on campus to get involved in various structured sport leagues to both stay healthy and build new relationships with friends in a fun and competitive atmosphere.

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How do I sign up for Intramural Sports?

All Intramural Sports Registration is online through IMLeagues.com. Activate your account through MyUWF. Step by Step instructions can be found at www.uwf.edu/intramurals.

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How can I still participate in Intramural Sports if I don’t have a team?

IMLeagues provides the option to sign up as a free agent for any sport. This allows teams to contact you and add you to their roster. In addition, if there are enough Free Agents, the Intramural Sports Staff will create a team of those participants. 

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What intramural sports are offered each semester?

Our major sports each year include Volleyball and Flag Football in the fall, and Basketball and Soccer in the spring. We also have many tournaments and mini-leagues for sports like Ultimate Frisbee, Spikeball, and Tennis! Visit IMleagues.com/UWF for all available sports and leagues!

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Who is eligible to participate in Intramural Sports?

Any currently enrolled students, staff and faculty 

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How much do Intramural Sports cost?

Intramural Sports are FREE to all eligible participants!!!

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What do I need to bring to participate in Intramural Sports?

A Nautilus Card or Government-issued photo ID is needed to participate in an Intramural contest. Close toed athletic shoes, comfortable clothing, a good attitude and great sportsmanship are also needed!

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What’s the difference between a default and a forfeit?

Default – Notifying the Intramural Sports Office your team will not be able to participate by Noon on Game Day.

Forfeit – No Call and No Show for your scheduled game or not enough players at game time.

Any combination of these forfeits or defaults that equal two will result in your team being dropped from that league. 

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What is the maximum number of participants a team may have on a roster?

The maximum number of participants is limited to twice the amount of players needed on the court / field at a time for that sport. I.E. Basketball requires 5 players on the court, therefore, your roster is limited to 10 participants.  This is to encourage maximum participation!

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When and where are Intramural Sports played?

Intramural Sports are played Monday thru Thursday nights from 7-11 PM.

Indoor sports are in the HLS Facility (Bldg.72). Nautilus Card is required for entry into the building.

Outdoor sports are hosted at the Intramural Field located in University Park, across from the tennis courts, and at RecPlex North on Campus Lane next to the UWF Police Station

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What does the season schedule look like?

Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday Leagues are offered each semester.  Each team plays 2 nights per week with a 6 game regular season.  Playoff seeding based upon regular season performance.  Your playoff games may occur any day / time of the week.

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What types of leagues are offered?

Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec leagues are offered for all major sports. Other offered leagues vary by sport.

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Can I sign-up for multiple teams in a sport?

A player may sign up for one single gendered team (Men's or Women's) and one Co-Rec team per sport. 

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Do teams hold practices? And can I reserve a field or court for practice?

Teams are not required to hold practices. However, teams are allowed to hold practices during times when the facility is open. To reserve a space you can register with Jeffrey Schmitt (jschmitt@uwf.edu). 

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What must my team do to be eligible for playoffs?

You must maintain a sportsmanship rating of 3.5 and had a representative present at the Captain’s Meeting. 

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How do the sportsmanship’s ratings work?

Every night after your scheduled game the officials and supervisors hold a discussion on what sportsmanship rating your team should be awarded. 5 is the best score and considered outstanding sportsmanship with no incidents and players were cordial with each other and the officials, while a 1 is the lowest and there were several issues associated with the contest such as: ejections, player attitude, inappropriate behavior or stoppage of the game. 

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How do I become an official or scorekeeper for the department?

Every semester we are looking for motivated individuals to join our IM Sports team as officials, scorekeepers, and supervisors. Check jobs.uwf.edu for openings!

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What do the winners receive?

Intramural Sports Winners receive a very prestigious and admired Intramural Championship T-Shirt. 

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How do I find out when my team is playing?

IMLeagues will be your resource for when and where you play. IMLeagues has all of the statistics and team rosters on the website.  You can see who you are playing and smack talk each week.

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Contact us if you have any further questions.

Intramural Sports Graduate Assistant, (850) 474-2539. intramurals@uwf.edu

Jessica Coleman, Competitive Sports Coordinator: jcoleman@uwf.edu


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