Intramural Sports offers an extensive range of sports leagues, tournaments, and events for UI students, faculty, staff, spouses, alumni, and affiliates, designed for both competitive, experienced athletes and those looking to participate in a fun activity or to try a new sport. 

To participate in Intramural Sports, with the exception of Friday Night Series events, you must purchase an Intramural Sports Membership. Faculty, staff, alumni, spouses, and affiliates must also be current Recreational Services members.

Registration for most activities takes place on IMLeagues. You can access IMLeagues by logging in with your HawkID and password. When logging in, use only your HawkID and password, do not include "@uiowa.edu" in your username.

Below is a list of current offerings for the 2022-2023 school year. For more information, select the sport name to be taken to that sport's IMLeagues home page.

 

Intramural Sports Membership

For most activities, participants will need an Intramural Sports membership in order to participate.

To purchase an Intramural Sports Membership:

  1. Log in to IMLeagues using your HawkID and password.
  2. Once logged in, purchase your membership of choice on the membership page within IMLeagues.
  3. Participants will also be prompted to purchase a membership when registering for their desired sport(s) if one has not already been purchased.

Please see below to view the different Intramural Sports Membership options available:

The Fall and Spring membership allows you to play every sport that takes place throughout the school year. This option saves you $5 versus purchasing semester memberships separately.

(Exception: Intramural Sports Golf Tournament)

  • Cost: $45

The Semester Membership (Fall or Spring) allows you to play every sport that takes place throughout that semester. (Exception: The Intramural Sports Golf Tournament).

  • Cost: $25

The Tournament Pass allows you to participate in a one-or-two-day tournament. This pass may only be used for one individual to join one team in one tournament.

If you wish to play singles and doubles for the same sport (e.g. Billiards) you must purchase a Semester Membership or Fall and Spring Membership.

  • Cost: $10

The Single Game Pass is for substitutes who wish to play in a single game/match, but do not plan to play for an entire sport's season and do not wish to pay for a full semester membership. The pass must be purchased the same day of the game/match

If at a later date you wish to play additional games for that team, you can upgrade to a Semester Membership or Fall and Spring Membership.

  • Cost: $5

Becoming an Official

Intramural Sports wants you to become an official! To become an official, we encourage all interested individuals to complete an application and attend a New Officials Information Meeting followed by a Sport Training. More information about New Officials Information Meetings and each sport's training can be found below.  

For questions, please contact Chris Spencer.

  • Anyone interested in becoming an Intramural Sports Official, that has not worked for Intramural Sports, must attend one New Officials Information Meeting. We will go over job requirements, expectations, and what the next steps are to becoming an Intramural Sports Official! If you cannot make a New Official's Information Meeting, but still wish to officiate Intramural Sports, contact Chris Spencer to set-up alternate arrangements. New Officials Information Meeting dates and times for the fall 2022 semester are:

  • Friday, August 19, 2022 from 11:00-11:45 a.m. in the Hawkeye Room of the Iowa Memorial Union as part of On Iowa!
  • Tuesday, August 23, 2022 from 6:00-6:45 p.m. in room 1A/1B of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
  • Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 6:00-6:45 p.m. in room 1A/1B of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
  • Thursday, September 1, 2022 from 6:00-6:45 p.m. in room 1A/1B of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
  • Tuesday, September 13, 2022 from 6:00-6:45 p.m. in room 1A/1B of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.

If you cannot make one of the trainings, or have missed one of the trainings already, but are still interested in umpiring Slow-Pitch Softball, please email christopher-spencer@uiowa.edu.

  • Classroom/Field Clinic: Tuesday, August 30, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in room N101 of the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex (HTRC), followed by on-field instruction in at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields. This is the first of two mandatory training sessions for Slow-Pitch Softball umpires.
  • Scrimmage Games: Wednesday, August 31, 2022 from approximately 7:00-10:00 p.m. at the Hawkeye Softball Complex. Umpires will get a chance to put their skills to practice during live scrimmages with real teams. This is the second of two mandatory training sessions for Slow-Pitch Softball officials.

If you cannot make one of the trainings, or have missed one of the trainings already, but are still interested in officiating Flag Football, please email christopher-spencer@uiowa.edu.

  • Classroom/Field Clinic 1: Tuesday, September 6, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in room N101 of the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex (HTRC), followed by on-field instruction at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields. This is the first of three mandatory training sessions for Flag Football officials.
  • Classroom/Field Clinic 2: Wednesday, September 7, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in room N101 of the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex (HTRC), followed by on-field instruction in the HTRC Iowa Turf. This is the second of three mandatory training sessions for Flag Football officials.
  • Scrimmage Games: Thursday, September 8, 2022 from approximately 7:00-10:00 p.m. at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields (HTRC is the inclement weather back-up).  All officials will get a chance to put their skills to practice during live scrimmages with real teams. This is the third of three mandatory training sessions for Flag Football officials.

If you cannot make one of the trainings, or have missed one of the trainings already, but are still interested in officiating Indoor Soccer, please email christopher-spencer@uiowa.edu.

  • Classroom/Field Clinic 1: Monday, September 19, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in room N101 of the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex (HTRC), followed by on-field instruction in the HTRC Iowa Turf. This is the first of three mandatory training sessions for Indoor Soccer officials.
  • Classroom/Field Clinic 2: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in room N101 of the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex (HTRC), followed by on-field instruction in the HTRC Iowa Turf. This is the second of three mandatory training sessions for Indoor Soccer officials.
  • Scrimmage Games: Wednesday, September 21, 2022 from approximately 7:00-10:00 HTRC Iowa Turf. All officials will get a chance to put their skills to practice during live scrimmages with real teams. This is the third of three mandatory training sessions for Indoor Soccer officials.

If you cannot make one of the trainings, or have missed one of the trainings already, but are still interested in officiating Volleyball, please email christopher-spencer@uiowa.edu.

  • Classroom/Court Clinic: Monday, October 24, 2022 from 7:00-10:00 p.m in room 201 of the Field House, followed by on-court instruction in the Field House South Gym. This meeting will provide classroom instruction followed by on-court instruction. This is the first of two mandatory training sessions for Volleyball officials.
  • Scrimmage Games: Wednesday, October 26, 2022 from approximately 7:00-10:00 p.m. in the Field House South Gym. All officials will get a chance to put their skills to practice during live scrimmages with real teams. This is the second of two mandatory training sessions for Volleyball officials.

Leagues

  • Men’s/Open – No gender restriction. Teams only need to meet the minimum number of required players.
  • Women’s – Teams must be comprised entirely of individuals who identify as women.
  • Co-Rec – Teams must be comprised of a minimum required number of male-identifying and female-identifying individuals (except in Co-Rec Friendly leagues).
  • Advanced – Leagues for those who want to play against other players of a higher ability level. Eligibility rules regarding former intercollegiate athletes, coaches, and practice squad members, or current Sport Club members, do not apply.
  • Unified – Leagues made of teams comprising Special Olympics Athletes and traditional Intramural Sports participants, called “Partners.”

Forms

Default Form

Can't get enough players to play in your schedule game? Have a conflict come up for a tournament for which you registered? Complete this form to Default and not incur a Forfeit Fine!

Reschedule Request

Does your team need to try and reschedule an upcoming contest? Complete this form to request a reschedule, and we'll take it from there!

Officials Feedback

Give us some constructive feedback, positive or negative, on how your game's officials were.

Rules and regulations

Visit our Rules and Regulations page to check out the policies that govern our program. For individual sport rules, check out that sport's information on IMLeagues.

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Contact us

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Matt Schaefer

Assistant Director of Sport Programs
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Adam Walsh

Assistant Director of Sport Programs
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Tommy Schorer

Associate Director of Sport Programs