What is Intramural Sports? Intramural Sports is a student-led organized sport league program which plays on average once per week. Participants can join as a team or register as a Free Agent and be put on a team of other Free Agents with similar skill level and availability. All games are officiated by first-aid certified referees. When you play Intramural Sports, you’ll get the chance to try something new, make friends and play in a safe and fun environment.
Choose your LeagueSpring 2019 registration is now open. Registration deadline is May 9. Spring leagues will begin May 13 and conclude by June 27, with the exception of wheelchair basketball and pickleball. Season will be shortened with participants guaranteed five games plus playoffs.
Students, Staff + Members - $40 ($30 in Spring) | Non-Members - $90 ($65 in Spring)
Read our registration instructions or visit our IMLeagues page for sport-specific descriptions, rules and regulations.
|*Please note that you do not need to be available for all days and times listed above. The posted information is when each sport will be offered. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to list your day/time scheduling preferences.|
|Don't see a league you are interested in? We have a number of offerings that might interest you!|
Who can play?
|All MRU Students||MRU Employees (18+)||MRU Alumni (18+)||Rec Members (18+)||General Public (18+)|
|NOTE: Only MRU students and Recreation members can register for Free Agent spots. Due to limited facility availability, some leagues may be restricted to Recreation members who have continuous or annual memberships. Memberships must remain current for the entire duration of the activity.|
League Definitions – all skill levels welcome!
Intramural Sports will make every effort to accommodate the unique schedules and skill levels of all participants. Divisions may be combined if registration numbers are not high enough to create individual leagues.
|Recreational / Semi-Competitive||Competitive / Advanced|
|Participants who have varying levels of experience with sport and understanding of sport rules. This league should appeal to players looking for a recreational and/or semi-competitive environment with a focus on being social and having fun.||Veteran participants or those who have a high-to-very high level of skill. A great way to continue your love of sport and stay active while having fun and meeting new people.|
Meet the Team The Intramural Student Program Coordinators (SPC) are responsible for the daily management of the Intramural Sports program. These students create schedules, assist with registration, train officials and ensure each league runs smoothly.
|General Intramural Inquiries||All email@example.com|
|Chad Van Dyk||Recreation Sports Supervisorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Not offered Spring 2019||Dodgeballemail@example.com|
|Ryan Robinson||Indoor Soccer (Futsal)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Not offered Spring 2019||Ice Hockeyemail@example.com|
|Not offered Spring 2019||Multi-Sportfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark Stinson||Pickleball (NEW*)||email@example.com|
|Francesca Maestrello||Wheelchair Basketballfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions about the Intramural Sports program? Check out our Intramurals Guidebook or refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below.
Team Player: registers and requests to join a team captain's registered team. Team Players will be assigned to their captain's team after the registration deadline by the Intramural coordinators.
Free Agent: individuals who do not have enough members to create a full team can register individually and be placed on a 'Free Agents' team. These teams are comprised of other students with similar skill levels and availability. Note: Only MRU students and members can register as a Free Agent.
NOTE: Only MRU students and members can register as a Free Agent in order to ensure sufficient space.
NOTE: Only MRU students and members can register for Ice Hockey due to limited facility availability.
|League||Max on Area of Play||Default Minimum to Play|
|Indoor Soccer (Futsal)||6 (including goalie)||4|
|Ice Hockey||6 (including goalie)||5|
|Multi-Sport||Varies based on sport||Varies based on sport|
|Wheelchair Basketball||Register individually||Register individually|
Ice Hockey: Sticks, socks, pants, shin pads, shoulder pads, elbow pads, CSA approved helmet and full cage (no visors), gloves and jock/jill straps. MRU does not lend out ice hockey equipment to its participants.
Pickleball: Players are encouraged to bring their own paddles. Paddles will be provided by MRU but will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
NOTE: Non-members will check-in at the Recreation Customer Service Desk via a bar code scanner. Non-members should bring a paper copy of their Intramural receipt or take a photo/screenshot of their bar code which can be scanned in order to gain facility access. Facility access cards will no longer be distributed.
The goal of MRU Intramurals is to reduce the number of defaults and forfeits whenever possible. The Intramural team understands that things arise last-minute and substitutions may be requested to avoid defaults.
All teams will be allowed one substitution per semester, but only to reach the minimum number of players needed for the game. In these situations, Team Captains must inform SPCs of the substitution requests 48 hours in advance or substitutions will be denied. Teams will not be charged a substitution fee.