Register for Spring 2014 Programs
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!
**Intramural activities and events are open to current TWU students and Fitness and Recreation members only.**
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League & 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 a float. The tournament will start at 6pm on Thursday, April 10th at the Outdoor Pool. Cost: Free!
Sand Volleyball League - Come play sand volleyball with TWU Intramural Sports! You can register as a free agent or get a group of friends together and create your own team. Intramural sand volleyball is played with six players on the court and needs a minimum of three players to begin a game. League starts March 25th and will be played on Tuesday’s at the sand volleyball courts next to Stark/Guinn. Cost: $5/participant.
Sand Volleyball Rules
Tennis (Single & Double) League - Intramural Tennis can be played in either singles or doubles format. Although we can assure you that no one has ever beaten a wall at tennis, it is certainly possible to win an Intermural Champion shirt. League starts March 31st and games will be played on Monday’s beginning at 4pm at the TWU tennis courts located north east of the new soccer field. Cost: $5/participant.
Wheelchair Basketball Clinic - A wheelchair basketball clinic will be held on Tuesday, January 28th from 5:30 – 6:30pm and again on Tuesday, February 4th from 5:30 – 6:30pm at the Fitness & Recreation Center. The purpose of the demonstration is to familiarize students and faculty with the sport, including rules and physical demands. Cost: Free!
Wheelchair Basektball League - Join us this spring for a 3 on 3 intramural wheelchair basketball league. This league brings a mixed crowd together where students with a wide range of abilities can be competitive. League starts February 10th and games will be played on Monday’s beginning at 6pm on the basketball courts in the Student Recreation Center. Cost: $5/participant.
Wheelchair Basketball Rules
CoEd and Men's Basketball Leagues - One of the most popular intramural sports at TWU offers a variety of divisions suited for all skill levels. Intramural basketball is a fast paced 5-on-5 match-up for two 18-minute halves. CoEd league starts February 10th and will be played on Monday’s beginning at 6pm. Men’s league will start on February 12th and will be played on Wednesday's beginning at 6pm. Cost: $5/participant.
CoEd and Men's Basketball Rules
Glow in the Dark Badminton - We are taking over badminton and putting a fun twist to it. Glow in the dark badminton will be a one day tournament held on Thursday, February 20th. It will begin at 7pm and will be played in gymnasium at the Student Recreation Center. All skill levels are welcome! Cost: Free!
How to Register for Intramural Sports
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.
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.
Recreation Sports Supervisor
Fitness & Recreation Center
page last updated 5/6/2014 12:14 PM