Sports activities find their origin in the basic need for the spirit of play. Winning and losing are mere outcomes of this play spirit. Part of the game is the pure satisfaction of participation, getting fit, and enhancing friendships. Without your opponent, you have no game, no contest, and no fun. Upholding high standards of integrity and fair play acknowledges this idea of cooperative competition.
If you are a current student, faculty, or staff member, you are eligible to participate in the intramural program. Members of the intercollegiate squads are ineligible to participate on an intramural sport on a team in the sport (or related sport) in which they are a member listed on the official team roster as of the first game of the season. A red shirt athlete is also considered a squad member. Partial and non-qualifiers may participate in their designated sports, however only one (1) such player may play per team. Such a player is eligible upon registration for the duration of the league. Non-qualifiers are not eligible to participate in the City 6 events featuring the sport (or related sport) they play. Partial and non-qualifiers may participate in a related or special event but will not be eligible for prizes or placement. Club members are ineligible for participation in their related sport.
To be eligible for intramural participation, a player must be listed, and have signed the team roster/waiver form on file in the Intramural office. All rosters are unlimited. When adding a new player, that player must sign on the roster before participating in their first game. Any player not signed on a roster is ineligible to play. Rosters will become frozen 2-3 weeks into the season for league play, and as the 2nd round in any tournament play. These dates will be announced at the captain's meetings and listed on the season schedule. When acquiring a player from another team, that player must have his/her name scratched from the original team's roster before being added to the new team. Players may only switch teams one time.