Facilities Hours

5:30 AM - 12:00 AM

CRWC- Climbing Wall
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Bouldering Only)
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
CRWC- Leisure Pool
5:45 AM - 8:00 AM (Hot Tub Only)
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 10:00 PM
CRWC- Natatorium
5:45 AM - 8:00 AM (Competition Pool)
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Field House
5:30 AM - 10:30 PM

Field House Pool
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Fitness East
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

5:30 AM - 10:30 PM

Outdoor Rental Center
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Recreation Building
6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Wellness Services
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Main Deck 7 & 8(FH)
Apr 25, 2014 - 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wheelchair Basketball Challenge
Apr 25, 2014 - 4:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Swim Meet

Intramural Sports

The University of Iowa Intramural Sports Program offers an extensive range of sport leagues, tournaments, and events for University of Iowa students, faculty and staff. Intramural Sports are designed for the competitive and experienced athlete, as well as those looking to participate in a fun activity or want to try a new sport. The primary goal of the UI Intramural Sports Program is to provide sports programs and events that can be fun and competitive, all while maintaining an emphasis on good sportsmanship. Participation in the Intramural Sports Program can provide many personal benefits and add to a successful college experience for UI Students. It is also a great way for all levels of athletes to begin, or continue, participating in organized sporting events. Intramural Sports provide a great opportunity to cultivate positive leadership qualities, develop a sense of cooperation and fair play, and form lifelong friendships.

2013-2014 Intramural Rules and Regulations

Please note, all deadlines listed are tentative. Exact deadlines and specific sport information is located on


League Type: M = men's, W = women's, C = co-rec, OPEN = no gender restrictions

Sports ClubsSpouse Addition Form Sports Clubs Player Drop Request Form

Free Agent Meeting

No team? No Problem! If you are interested in playing a sport, but do not have a team, attend a free agent meeting and introduce yourself to other players. Captains who are seeking additional players may also attend these meetings. All meetings are held at 2 PM in Room 201 of the Field House.

Disc Golf Free Agent MeetingApr 28, 20142:00PM201 Field House
Sand Volleyball (4-on-4) Free Agent MeetingApr 29, 20142:00PM201 Field House


Intramural 4-on-4 Co-Rec Sand Volleyball 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural 4-on-4 Flag Football 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Badminton Doubles 2014 Information Form.pdf
Intramural Badminton Singles 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Basketball 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Combine 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Co-Rec Outdoor Soccer 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Disc Golf 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Racquetball Doubles 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Racquetball Singles 2014 Information Sheet.pdf
Intramural Ultimate 2014 Information Sheet.pdf

Intramural events

EventLeagueRegistration BeginsRegistration EndsEvent BeginsFormatGame DaysLocationFee 
Disc GolfOpenMar. 31 8:00AM
Apr. 28
May 14 Per Team One RoundThursdayTurkey Creek$12/teamSign Up
Sand Volleyball (4-on-4)Co-RecApr. 7 8:00AM
Apr. 29
May 3-44-on-4 TournamentSaturday, SundayHawkeye Recreation Fields$16/teamSign Up

Additional Information
Leagues Men's Open Men's Open
All team members must be males.
Fraternity Each recognized Greek Organization can register one Intramural team using the organization's name. All team members must be members or pledges of that organization.
Residence Hall All members of a Residence Hall team must live in any of the Residence Halls on campus.
Co-Rec Combination of males and females. Number requirements are available in each sport's rules.
Women's All team members must be females.
Open No Gender Requirements.
Format Play-By IM Staff gives you a deadline by which to play your match. Winning player/team must report match score.
Regular Season and Playoffs Each team is scheduled for a designated number of regular season games. Top designated number of teams make playoff tournament. See individual sport rules for designations.
Single Elim. Tournament All players/teams are placed into a single elimination tournament bracket.
Registration Online Register online at IMLeagues.com. Registration instructions and sport information are available on the Intramural Website and IMLeagues.com
Walk-Up Registration Register at the site of the competition. All you need to bring is your University of Iowa ID Card.
FNS Friday Night Series Each year, Intramural Sports holds a Friday Night Series of events. Register for, and participate in, these fun activities, all held on Friday Nights throughout the semester. The best part, they are all free!

What are Intramural Sports?

Intramural Sports are activities programmed by Recreational Services to provide recreational opportunities in a fun, yet somewhat-competitive atmosphere, for The University of Iowa Community. Students, faculty and staff of The University of Iowa are all eligible for participation in the Intramural Sports Program. In addition, spouses or legally-married partners are eligible for participation on the same teams as their spouse/partner that is a student, faculty or staff. We offer leagues and events for the athlete who wants a high level of competition and also leagues and events for those athletes who just want to play for fun and a good workout. Whether you have played sports all your life, or have never played any sport at all, we have something for you to enjoy.

How do I form a team and how to teams register?

If you’re used to playing traditional team sports, or want to give one a try, register a team for an Intramural Sports league. We set up leagues for Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec (males and females) teams of all different skill levels in a number of different sports.

Forming a Team

The easiest, and most common, way to get involved in team sports is to form a team of your own. It could be you and some friends, maybe the people of your residence hall or the neighbors in your apartment complex, as long as they are all students, faculty and/or staff, or an eligible spouse/partner, of The University of Iowa. Student organizations such as fraternities and sororities, as well as other campus groups, often put together teams. Ask your organization at its next group meeting. To find out how many players you will need for a complete team, check out each sport’s rules prior to registration.

How to Register a Team

Almost all of our registration is done using the website IMLeagues.com. Information on how to create a team using IMLeagues.com can be found by checking out each sport’s information form here or by picking up an information form on the Main Deck of the Field House. Registration is quick and easy. The key is to know registration time-frames, and get your teams put together and ready-to-go before the deadlines. Then when all your teammates have been added to the team roster, you can simply pay the entry fee, select a spot in the league or division, and you will be ready to go. Be sure to check out upcoming sports and registration dates using our Intramural Sports Schedule.


For bigger team sports, Flag Football, Volleyball, Softball, Soccer, and Basketball, teams will be scheduled to play once a week during the regular season. During registration, teams will select what day, and sometimes the time, they would like to play based on the available options. Having your team prepared and registering right away when registration opens will allow a better chance at getting the division you would like, as registration occurs on a first-come, first-served basis.

Team Captain Requirements

Prior to registering a team, the team captain will need to pass that sport’s captain’s quiz on IMLeagues.com for the sports of Flag Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball and Softball. We produce captain’s videos that you can watch and post rules you can read to assist you in passing each sport’s captain’s quiz. As a team captain, you are in charge of making sure all participants on your team are eligible according to eligibility requirements stated in Intramural The University of Iowa Intramural Sports Rules and Regulations. You are also responsible for the sportsmanlike behavior of your teammates and fans. Finally, as team captain, you will serve as your team’s main contact for any instances in which the Intramural Sports Staff needs to contact your team.

Regular Season Schedules and Team Rosters

All schedules will be available on IMLeagues.com, unless otherwise noted. Additions to team rosters can also be completed on IMLeagues.com. If you wish to remove a player from your team, you must complete a Player Drop Request Form and submit it to the Intramural Sports Office in E216 Field House. For a roster addition/removal to be effective for the team’s next scheduled game, the proper add and/or drop process must be completed by 2:00 PM the day of the game for weekday games, or 7:00 AM the day of the game for weekend games.

What if I don’t have a team on which to play?

If you do not have enough people to form your own team, you can sign-up as a Free Agent for a particular sport, and hope to get picked-up by a team needing more players. To sign-up as a Free Agent, you must follow the Free Agent registration process on IMLeagues.com. This feature allows Free Agents to sign-up, and generates a list of Free Agents for team captains to utilize when looking for more team members. For all team sports, free agent meetings will be held on the day in which registration ends. Free Agents can come to these meetings to join with other free agents to join a team, and captains can come to this meeting for a chance to meet free agents, in case a captain is looking for more team members.

Do teams have practices?

Intramural teams are free to practice as much or as little as they want. The Intramural Sports program DOES NOT schedule practice times for intramural teams. You are free to use our facilities to practice, but teams must follow the rules and restrictions of our recreation facilities.

How do Individual and Dual sports work?

The University of Iowa Intramural Sports Program offers a variety of events for individuals or two-person teams. Singles and doubles tournaments are available in a variety of sports and the list can be found by viewing the Intramural Sports Schedule.

How to Register and Getting Your Schedule

Just like registering for a team sport, registration for individual/dual sports will take place online at IMLeagues.com. Once the registration deadline has passed, participants can find their schedules on IMLeagues.com, once it has been posted by the Intramural Sports staff. The Intramural Sports staff will communicate with you when to look for schedules online, and to provide some reminders about competition in the particular event.

What are the Intramural Special Events and Meets?

Throughout the year, The University of Iowa Intramural Sports Program holds several meets or special events. A couple examples include the Steve Goff 5K Run/Walk, Swim Meet and Golf Tournament. Information on all events can be found on the Intramural Sports Schedule.

What if I want to know more?

If you still have questions, or just want to know more about our program, feel free to contact us. We can be found in E216 Field House, or can be contacted via email or telephone. You can find contact information for the Intramural Sports Administrative Staff by clicking the Contact tab here.

Buffalo Wild Wings Intramural Sports Points Championship

  • Points are awarded to each team that participates in intramural sports.
  • Teams are awarded points based upon their finish in a sport with a minimum number of point guaranteed to each participating team.
  • In order to accumulate Intramural Championship points, teams must keep the same team name throughout the year.
  • Intramural Championship teams will be awarded in the Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec divisions.
  • Specific rules and regulations for calculating Intramural Championship points are available in the current Intramural Championship Point System handout, available in the Recreational Services office or by clicking the links below.



1Brick Squad592
2Scared Hitless200
3D3W W3RK199
4Joe Mendolia's Team190
5School of Doc176
6T.C. Williams167
7Ryan Murray's Team165
8Keystone's Krew164
9DPT 1158
10The Concussers156


1Sons of Thunder814
2Dream Team434
4Sons of Thunder 2251
5Team Butter205
6Thrill Before the Drill185
7School of Doc170
8BOOM! Roasted150
9Brick Squad/Wild Wild West Side130


1BOOM! Roasted150
1Play Me Maybe150
3Narcoleptic Penguins144
4Sons of Thunder138
5Sons of Thunder 2125
5Wrecking Ballers125
7Scared Hitless88
8Zoey Baker75
9Call the Shots69
9Fifth Floor Dimes/we dig it69


2Pi Kapp225
4Sigma Chi100
6Sigma Nu75
7Delta Upsilon63
8Sigma Pi50


2Zeta Tau Alpha50

Officials Manual

2013 - 2014 Official's Manual (PDF)


  • Date: Sunday, March 9
  • Time: 12:00-2:00 PM
  • Location: Hawkeye Softball Complex (Weather Permitting)
  • Details: All students that are interested in officiating Softball in the Spring 2014 semester must attend this meeting. At this meeting, officials will learn the rules for 2014 Softball and will receive training for mechanics and positioning.


  • Date: Monday, March 10
  • Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
  • Location: 201 Field House
  • Details: All students that are interested in officiating Outdoor Soccer in the Spring 2014 semester must attend this meeting. At this meeting, officials will learn the rules for 2014 Outdoor Soccer and will receive training for mechanics and positioning.


  • 4-on-4 Flag Football: April
  • Late Night Softball: April



Want to get your Intramural team’s entry fee back? The Intramural Sports Program is incorporating the eCHECKUP TO GO program that is a personalized, evidence-based, online prevention intervention. Get 75% of your team’s roster to take the eCHECKUP TO GO self-assessment and your team will qualify for a refund of your entry fee. The assessment takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and each participant receives immediate personalized feedback.

Instructions to get started

Course Description:

The eCHECKUP TO GO program is a brief, confidential self-assessment that will provide you with accurate and detailed information about:

  • Your personal risk patterns
  • Your individual level of alcohol tolerance
  • Your unique family risk factors
  • Harm reduction strategies
  • Helpful resources at University of Iowa and in our community

The purpose of this program is to help students who choose to drink make informed decisions about their drinking, which will help them behave in a safer manner. The program also aims to provide support for students who choose not to drink.

If you have questions about the eCHECKUP TO GO program, please contact: Stephanie Beecher, Health Educator, Student Health & Wellness, 4167 Westlawn, stephanie-beecher@uiowa.edu, 319-353-5965

If you have questions about the Intramural Sports incentive, please contact: Megan Mcdowell megan-mcdowell@uiowa.edu

Graduate Assistant – Intramural Sports and Facilities:
Matt McCarthy, matthew-mccarthy@uiowa.edu - (319) 335-9292

Graduate Assistant – Intramural Sports and Facilities:
Andrew Dunlay, andrew-dunlay@uiowa.edu - (319) 335-9292

Assistant Director - Intramural Sports & Hawkeye Softball Complex:
Tommy Schorer, thomas-schorer@uiowa.edu - (319) 335-8032

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