Registration for all spring 2014 intramural sports opens 1/13/14.
TWU Intramural Sports offers students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to participate in many sports and activities throughout the year. Participants can continue playing their favorite sports or try a new activity for the first time. Fitness & Recreation offers individual and team leagues such as golf, tennis, basketball, volleyball and many others each semester. You can organize your own team or sign up as a free agent to be placed on a team. All skill levels are welcome!
The Intramural Sports Program seeks to promote a healthy lifestyle through physical activity in a fun, competitive atmosphere. Playing sports and being active is a great way to meet new people on campus! Join a league or tournament today!
Spring 2014 Programs
|Wheel Chair & CoEd Basketball||February 5th||2/10/14|
|Men's Basketball League||February 5th||2/12/14|
|Badminton Tournament||February 14th||2/20/14|
|Sand Volleyball League||March 21st||3/25/14|
|Tennis League||March 25th||3/31/14|
Unless otherwise noted, the cost for each event is $5 per person per event. Intramural activities and events are open to current TWU students and Fitness and Recreation members only.
LEAGUE AND TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
Battleship - Battleship is one of the newest sports to join the intramural sports program! Each ship (canoe) will consist of 3 students and they will be given buckets and a shield. The object is to be the last boat floating. The tournament will start at 6pm on Thursday, April 10th at the Outdoor Pool.
Registration for all intramural sport programs takes place at the Student Recreation Center front desk. Individuals without a team can register as a free agent to be placed on a team.
Checking The Schedule
It is the responsibility of each player to check the online schedule for each sport. Schedules will be updated frequently, so check back as often as possible. If there is a dramatic change in the schedule, the recreation student supervisor will either notify the entire league/team through email or contact each captain via a phone call or text message.
In order to promote good sportsmanship, the intramural program has adopted a sportsmanship policy. It is the responsibility of the team and players to make sure the game atmosphere is friendly and fun to both staff and fellow participants.
For more information:
Recreation Sports Supervisor
Fitness & Recreation Center
page updated 12/5/2013 12:19 PM