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Fall 2015 Intramural Sports Schedule
Spring 2016 Intramural Sports Schedule
- Currently enrolled TAMUK students
- Faculty and Staff
Payment options: All payment will be received at the captain's meeting only
- Personal Check
DIVISIONS OF COMPETITION
Divisions of participation are utilized to provide a more enjoyable and competitive atmosphere. If there is insufficient registration in a division for a sport, divisions/leagues may be combined to allow for a maximum participation.
Individual sports are divided into Men and Women. In some sports, pairings and tournament play may be determined by skill level or could be based on the number and type of participants.
Divisions are determined for team sports by the Intramural Sports Staff. There are three divisions of team play (Men, Women, and Co-Rec).
Only male students, faculty, and staff may participate in the Men’s Division. On occasion, a female may be allowed to participate in this division, but gives up her right to participate in the Women’s division. Males may participate in the Co-Rec division and the Men’s division. Rules of eligibility apply.
Only female students, faculty, and staff may participate in the Women’s Division. Females may participate in the Co-Rec division and the Women’s division. Rules of eligibility apply. League winners will advance to the Women’s playoff tournament to determine the Women’s champion.
Team roster has no gender restriction and may be composed of any number of male and female participants.
Teams are composed of males and females with the ratio of males to females in accordance with the particular sport rules. All students, faculty, and staff are eligible for the Co-Rec Division if they fulfill the requirements of the Rules of Eligibility. A person may play on a Co-Rec team and one other competitive team. The league winners will advance to determine the Co-Rec division champion.
Due to the varying interest of students, Intramural Sports tries to offer a variety of opportunity to the TAMUK population. To maximize a student’s experience through the Campus Recreation and Fitness’s Intramural Sports program, a division will be dissolved if it cannot reach a minimum of 4 teams. Any team in a division that is dissolved will be asked to move to another division of play if possible. If there is no other division opening, the team(s) will be placed on a waiting list.
Intramural Sports also recognizes and encourages TAMUK’s transgender student population and enables students to participate in divisions based upon their personal gender identity. Transgender students should contact the Intramural Sports Coordinator for more information prior to participation.
LEVELS OF COMPETITION (TEAM SPORTS)
Within most divisions a team will choose the level of competition that best meets their goals and ability levels. Depending on the number of participants and the particular sport, the following are levels of competition that will be used for team sports.
COMPETITIVE LEVEL (GOLD LEAGUE)
These are highly competitive teams that desire a strong level of competition. At the end
of each season, a single elimination tournament pool will be created to determine the
RECREATIONAL LEVEL (BLUE LEAGUE)
These teams are slightly less competitive, but still desire good competition. At the
end of each season, a single elimination tournament pool will be created to determine
the league winner.
This page was last updated on: May 20, 2015