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Whether you’re just showing up or showing off, there’s a spot for you in our recreational and competitive leagues. All league winners receive a coveted Intramural Sports Championship t-shirt as well as bragging rights on campus.
View our champion photos to see the winners!

Registration Deadlines

Sport  Deadline
Corn Hole May 17 
3v3 Soccer  May 17
Ultimate Frisbee  May 17 
5v5 Basketball June 14
4v4 Sand Volleyball  June 14 
7v7 Soccer  June 14 
4v4 Flag Football  June 21 

Sports Offered

We offer over 25 sports and activities throughout the year. Sports vary by semester and may not be offered every year. Register yourself or your team on IMLeagues.

Sign Up to Play.

Register a team, join a team, or become a free agent.



Find all sport rules, schedules, team rosters, and results on the IMLeagues website. For instructions on how to activate your account (first-time participants only) or how to register to play, click on the links below.

First-Time Participants

Captains and Individual Sports

Join a Team

Free Agents

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Battle ship

Play for Fun or Play to Win

Recreational Leagues

Happy to be on the podium. Recreational leagues are perfect for teams and individuals whose primary goals are to have fun, make friends, and enjoy a sport.

Competitive Leagues

Go for the gold. Competitive leagues are designed for teams and individuals whose primary goal is to win games. Teams registered in the Competitive League will play to earn the All-Campus Champion title.

Open Leagues

Some sports may only offer an Open League based on space limitations and number of teams/players registered. These leagues include a mix of competitive and recreational teams/players.


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Employment Opportunities.

We hire student officials for basketball, broomball, flag football, floor hockey, futsal, ice hockey, soccer, softball, and volleyball. 
Visit our Employment Page for more details.

No experience? No problem. We offer extensive training for officials. 


Badger Student Officials' Association. 

Up your game.

The Badger Student Official’s Association (BSOA) is a student organization that focuses on the development of officiating skills in a variety of sports. Members are able to attend monthly meetings that deal with rules, case plays, and video tools to help advance member’s officiating skills. The association also has connections to area youth and high school athletics contests that members are assigned to and officiate for pay.

Join the BSOA

John Pape