Campus Recreation

Intramural Sports
Leagues

Information for team captains, including waivers and the required short quiz, can be found here.

Team Member Information

Officials' Corner

For rules, schedule, standings, and playoffs, go to IMLeagues.

Basketball
Basketball has two leagues: Recreational (Female, Male, and Co-ed) and Intramural (very competitive).

5-on-5 Basketball spring 2017 teams are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by Jan. 25. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Dodgeball
Intramural dodgeball is a team sport with six players competing to knock the opposing six out of the game. Catching one's ball or hitting one with a thrown ball will eliminate opponents and take you to ultimate dodgeball glory. Come join the fun with an old playground favorite!

Dodgeball has two leagues: Male and Co-Rec.

Dodgeball leagues are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by March 22. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Flag Football
As a popular alternative to tackle football, flag football is a team sport consisting of seven players on each side. Instead of tackling, players must remove the flag belt of their opponent in order to end a play. Fast-paced and unorthodox, flag football challenges players to think outside the box.

Flag football is played in the fall and has two leagues: Recreational (fun and competitive; Men's, Women's, and Co-Ed) and Intramural (very competitive).

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Gaga
Gaga® is very similar to dodgeball. The object of the game is to strike the gaga ball at your opponents, hitting them below the waist, while avoiding balls from the other players at the same time. Gaga can be played by groups of individual players, teams, or in one-on-one matches. The game itself is played in a large hexagon or octagon-shaped ring, commonly called a gaga pit.

Campus Recreation has Gaga for your campus and student organizational special events. For more information, contact Campus Recreation at (317) 274-2824.

Rules of Play:

  • To begin the game, all players must have at least one hand touching the wall. The game begins when one player throws the ball in the air and the ball bounces twice.
  • Players must hit the ball with open hands. Picking up the ball and throwing it is not allowed.
  • Any player who is touched by the ball either directly or by a rebound off the wall is “out.”
  • If the ball hits a player anywhere below the waist that player must leave the game. If the ball contacts the player above the waist, the player is still in.
  • A player cannot touch the ball two times in a row. The ball must hit another player or the wall before they can hit it again. If a player violates this rule, it is called double touch, and they are eliminated from the game.
  • If a player hits a ball out of the court, that player is out.
  • Players cannot kick the ball as this violates the "below the waist" rule and thus will eliminate them from the game.
  • The winner is the last person left in the game.

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Golf
Whether you are a scratch or bogey golfer the Intramural Golf League is a great opportunity to have some fun on the links. Join us for a two-man scramble-style golf outing for IUPUI students, faculty, and staff. Sign up as an individual or as a team. Individuals will be placed on a team. Come join the fun of intramural golf at IUPUI at Riverside and South Grove Golf courses located just off campus!

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Kickball
Kickball is a team sport made up of eight players. As a playground game, kickball resembles many of the rules you will see in baseball but with one exception - players use their foot rather than a bat. With no real equipment necessary other than an inflatable ball, this great game can be understood with ease.

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KnockerBall®
Campus Recreation has KnockerBall® for your campus and student organizational special events. KnockerBall® is the all-encompassing, protective, safe, single-chambered ball of air that enables you to rolls, flip, and bounce off of another KnockerBall® without putting any stress on the body.

KnockerBall® leagues are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by March 22. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Soccer
Soccer is conventionally known as the world's most popular sport. Here at IUPUI, it is among one of the most popular sports in intramurals. Played with 7 players per side, Intramural Soccer offers a recreational environment where players from all levels can compete in different leagues.

Soccer has two leagues: Recreational (Female, Male, and Co-Ed) and Intramural (very competitive).

3v3 soccer leagues are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by March 22. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Softball
Slow pitch softball is a great way to have some competitive fun with friends and classmates. Teams consisting of 10 players, but don't worry if you cannot field a tea. We will help you find a team and make some new friends in the process.

Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Summer Intramurals
Campus Recreation will be offering softball and basketball leagues during Summer Session 1 and 2, and kickball during Summer Session 2. Basketball will feature a men's and women's league, while kickball will be co-ed.

Sign-ups will be available for both teams and individuals. The entry fee is $20 for student teams and $25 for faculty/staff teams. Individuals can sign up for $5 and be placed on a team.

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Ultimate Frisbee
In need of some fast-paced action out on the field? Ultimate Frisbee is your game. Played on a field similar to flag football, Ultimate teams have seven players trying to complete consecutive passes all the way to the opponent's end zone.

Ultimate Frisbee spring 2017 teams are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by March 22. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Volleyball, Indoor
Played with six players on each team, intramural indoor volleyball allows time for socialization and fitness among its participants. Teams compete using rally scoring to send the ball over the net and onto the floor on their opponent's side.

Indoor volleyball spring 2017 teams are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by Feb. 8. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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Volleyball, Sand
Come join the fun with intramural volleyball at The CROF (Campus Recreation Outdoor Facility). Intramural sand volleyball league play occurs during the spring, summer, and fall semesters.

Sand volleyball spring 2017 teams are now forming. Register at http://www.imleagues.com/iupui by March 22. All entries are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limited number of teams open to current students, faculty, and staff who have paid the semester recreation fee and have a valid Jagtag.

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