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Get involved. join intramural sports!
Intramural Sports provides opportunities for every UMD student and staff to participate in some type of competitive sports activity regardless of ability. Goals include relaxation and fun, sportsmanship, social interaction and cooperation.
View the FALL 2017 INTRAMURAL SCHEDULE
2. Pay your registration fee at Sports and Health Center 153
3. Attend captain’s meeting. Your team’s place in the league is not confirmed until the registration fee is paid.
ENTER EARLY AS SOME SPORTS WILL FILL QUICKLY!
*Intramural events require attendance by at least one team representative at a pre-season captain’s meeting.
The following individuals are eligible to participate in the Intramural Sports Program: Full-time student service fee paying UMD students, UMD staff and faculty and part-time students with a current Membership.
Intramural events require attendance by at least one team representative at a pre- season captains’ meeting. Attendance is mandatory for each team. Failure to have a representative from your own team at this meeting will result in your team losing the opportunity to advance to postseason play and/or losing your spot in the league to a team on the waiting list.
Sportsmanship is an important part
of Intramural Sports and the RSOP policy is designed to encourage enjoyable recreation experiences for all participants and officials. Teams will be rated on their sportsmanship, which may affect future play. Captains are responsible for the conduct of their team. Play hard, have fun, and be a good sport.
INTRAMURAL SPORTS OFFICIALS
The officials program is perhaps the most important element of the Intramural Sports Program. The department takes pride in hiring and training interested men and women for all major sports. Student officials develop and improve a wide variety of skills including decision making, conflict resolution and leadership skills. Many officials go on to officiate Minnesota State High School League contests. To get involved, contact the Intramural Supervisor at 218-726-7648.