Intramural sports provide structured, competitive recreational activities for the APSU community. All activities are offered as men's, women's and co-recreational divisions. Some team sports are: flag football, basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, soccer, softball and dodgeball. Other individual/dual events include: badminton, racquetball, card games, and tennis. If you want to play something we don't currently offer, let us know!
Intramural Sports now uses an online registration system through IMleagues.com. Teams and individuals must also fill out a paper copy of the appropriate registration form. Registration is not complete without being registered on IMLeagues.com and having paperwork on file. Step-by-step instructions
This fall, Intramural Sports is excited to offer a new all-sports points system designed to increase participation by encouraging teams to be active in multiple events. Teams will receive points based on participation, sportsmanship and performance. Champions will be crowned in the following divisions:
Men's Open Women's Open
Men's Residence Hall Women's Residence Hall
At IM Sports, we believe that good sportsmanship is expected from every participant at all times. A “good sport” is fair, courteous, has a positive attitude, and accepts results gracefully. All individuals and teams participating should comply with the spirit of the game as well as the written rules that govern all competitive situations. To encourage proper conduct during contests, members of the IM staff will make decisions whether to warn, penalize or eject persons, teams or spectators displaying poor sportsmanship. All employees should be treated with respect. Under no circumstances should anyone be threatened or verbally or physically abused. Any person not in compliance with this policy can be subject to arrest and/or further referral to appropriate University administration.
For more details about intramural sports policies and procedures, read the IM Participation Manual. All participants are expected to be familiar with and abide by the contents of this document.
Following the sign up deadline, there will be an informational meeting that must be attended by at least one representative per team. Meetings are held in the Foy Center Education Room (room 202) at 5 pm unless otherwise posted. Failure to attend the Captain’s Meeting will result in a forfeit fee of $15 being assessed to the team. Teams will not be allowed to compete until this fee has been paid.
Captain Role & Responsibilities
All teams MUST provide a captain and co-captain. It is the responsibility of the captain to inform his/her team of all sports rules, and to be present or have someone present at all informational meetings. It is also the captain's responsibility to always have updated contact information.