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Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports

Rec Sports

Lumberjacks get in the game

Whether you want to continue the sport you played in high school, try something new or just stay fit, participating in intramural sports is a great way to get involved while experiencing team building and camaraderie with your fellow Lumberjacks. Our program strives to provide a fun, safe and competitive environment promoting inclusivity.

The Intramural Sports program takes great pride in being able to offer you the opportunity to continue your involvement with the sports you love! Whether you are a top-level athlete or just like to have fun, we have an event designed for you. We offer sports in three categories: major, minor and one-day tournaments.

Become an Intramural Official!

Looking for an opportunity to get involved in intramural sports and make some extra money? Come to one of our officials' training clinics!

No experience necessary; the training clinics will prepare you for the season. 

Sport Training Dates
Basketball Jan. 24 to 27
Kickball Feb. 2
Volleyball March 14 to 17
Softball March 22

Meeting details: Join us 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Student Recreation Center meeting room. If the training clinic is multi-day, additional details will be given during the first meeting. 

If you're interested in training to officiate a different sport, let us know.

Leagues

Major and minor team sports

Offered in various league formats:

  • Men's
  • Women's
  • CoRec
  • Open
  • Women's Greek
  • Men's Greek

Participants may compete in one men’s or women’s league, one co-rec/open league and one Greek league.

Tournaments

Offered in an open league format.

Spring 2022 schedule

Registration is open!

Major sports: Four- to five-week seasons with games occurring Mondays through Thursdays.

Event Registration Ends Start Date
Basketball Jan. 28 Jan. 31
Volleyball March 18 March 21
Softball March 25 March 28

 


Minor sports: Four- to five-week seasons with games occurring Mondays through Thursdays.

Event Registration Ends Start Date
Kickball Feb. 4 Feb. 7
Sand Volleyball March 18 March 21

 


One-day tournaments: All tournaments are free to play.

Event Tournament
3-Pt. Contest 5 p.m. Jan. 19
Innertube Water Polo 6 p.m. Feb. 16
Cornhole 6 p.m. March 17
Spikeball March 31
Racquetball 5 p.m. April 20

Signing up to play

To participate in any intramural event, you must sign up through IMLeagues.com. Payment, if required, is accepted at the Competitive Sports desk, located in the Student Recreation Center. Hours for the Competitive Sports desk differ from those of the facility so check before visiting.

Registration for one-day tournaments ends at 3 p.m. the day of the tournament.

Frequently Asked Questions

Intramural Sports

Who is eligible to play intramural sports?

Intramurals are all about being fun, safe and fair — so the biggest requirement is good sportsmanship. If you are a current Campus Recreation member or a full-time faculty/staff member, you can play intramural sports.

What if the weather looks bad and I have a game?

Intramural staff may wait until 3 p.m. the day of the game before making a decision regarding inclement weather. Please do not call the office. If games are canceled, participants will be notified through their IMLeagues account and on the Intramural Sports Instagram and Twitter accounts.

What if I don’t have a team?

If you don't have a team, don't worry. You can always sign up as a free agent through IMLeagues.com. We can't guarantee you will end up on a team, but captains are always looking for more players.

For more information about the Intramural Sports program, call 936.468.6057

 

Contact

Campus Recreation
936.468.3507
campusrec@sfasu.edu
Staff directory

Hours of Operation

Physical Address:
Student Recreation Center
1817 Wilson Drive

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13016, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962