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Intramural Sports Team Captain Information


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The majority of Intramural Sports events are team events. Every team is required to have a team captain who is required to do the following:

  • Facilitate the online registration
  • Complete the Forfeit Agreement Contract at the front desk of the Aztec Recreation Center
  • Take the mandatory Captain’s Quiz prior to creating a team on IMLeagues
  • Inform their team members of the information that was covered at the Captain’s Meeting and continue to inform their team members of the information sent from the Intramural Sports office throughout the season
  • Be the spokesperson for their team throughout the season
  • Facilitate any roster modifications that need to occur before the rosters close two weeks into the season
  • Continue to be an accountable, reliable and responsible representative of their team throughout the season

This year a 4 average sportsmanship is required for playoffs.

League Descriptions

  • Competitive – These are highly competitive and top teams with a good sportsmanship rating advance to playoffs.
  • Intermediate – These are less competitive and more recreational; top teams advance to separate playoffs.
  • NEW! Recreational – These leagues are purely recreational and are meant for anyone looking to play an Intramural sport.
  • Open Leagues – There are no different levels of competition for these leagues, unless noted. There are no gender requirements for this league. Top teams with a good sportsmanship rating advance to playoffs.
  • Fraternity – These are Fraternity competitive leagues. Only IFC/USFC Fraternities can play in this league. Teams play and advance to a separate playoff.
  • Women’s - These leagues are for women only.
  • Sorority - These are Sorority-only leagues. Teams play and advance to a separate playoff.
  • Co-Rec - Teams are comprised of both men and women with an equal number of each gender in playing in the game, or otherwise stipulated in the rules. Top teams advance to playoffs.

Team Rosters are limited to 25 individuals

Registration Process

  • Gather your teammates information so you can include them on your registration roster
  • Complete your online registration
  • Complete the Forfeit Agreement at the front desk of the Aztec Recreation Center

Leagues fill up on a first-come, first-served basis.  There are two very important steps that need to be completed before your team can be accepted into the league.  You must complete your online registration and you must complete the Forfeit Agreement.  Both of those components must be completed for your team to be accepted into the league.  Do not wait until the final day, because the league you want may be full at that point.  We recommend completing your online registration and completing the Forfeit Agreement on the same day.

Forfeit Agreement

Every team captain is required to complete the Forfeit Agreement at the front desk of the Aztec Recreation Center.  This is the second of two registration components that are necessary for your team to be accepted into a league.  We recommend you complete this Agreement on the same day that you registered your team online.  This agreement states that you agree to pay the necessary fee if your team forfeits during the season.

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