Join a team and participate in Lindenwood University Intramural Sports.
Intramural Sports are recreational sports organized within Lindenwood University. We offer several sports throughout the academic year, which are listed below. Want to suggest a sport? Contact Ron Heator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Sign Up
- All intramural sports participants will be required to activate an IM Leagues account.
- Activate your account via your student portal by clicking on "Intramurals" under Student Services.
- Create a team or join a team.
Information about Spring 2018 Sports will be available later this fall!
- Coed Flag Football
- Coed Softball
- Coed Sand Volleyball
- Coed 3v3 Basketball
- Coed Indoor Friendship Cup
- Coed Kickball
- Coed Indoor Volleyball
- Coed 5v5 Basketball
- Coed Floor Hockey
- Coed Spikeball Tournament
Officials / Scorekeepers
If you are interested in working as an IM Official or Scorekeeper, please contact Ron Heator at email@example.com.
Officials' Informational Session
During this session, attendees will learn the duties and expectations of an Intramural Sports official and scorekeeper. We will discuss hiring procedures, training agendas, schedules, and advancement opportunities. This session is not mandatory to be hired, but serves as a great introduction to the program.
These sessions are mandatory in order to get hired. Because of the high level of competitiveness for our positions, we are generally unable to accept any excuse for not being able to attend. You must attend the rules session in order to be hired.
How can I participate in Intramural Sports if I do not have a team?
Intramural Sports has a Free Agent Program that assists participants with finding a team to play on. Free Agents can also register as such on http://www.imleagues.com/. Captains looking for extra players will be able to view all free agents that are available to play during their timeslot. Free Agents are also encouraged to use social media sites, such as the Lindenwood Intramurals page on Facebook.
Who is eligible to participate in Intramural Sports?
- Currently enrolled students
What is the difference between a default and a forfeit?
A default occurs when a team captain contacts the staff member in charge of said sport one business day in advance to inform them that their team will be unable to attend their contest. The game is recorded as a loss but no further action takes place. This may take place once per sport.
A forfeit occurs when a team does not have the minimum number of players present and legally signed in at game time (or by seven minutes past scheduled game time in some cases).