Intramural Sports

The University of North Florida Intramural Sports Program is dedicated to provide students, faculty and staff an opportunity to participate in athletic and non-athletic recreational activities in a fun and safe environment while promoting physical fitness, social interaction, and campus involvement.

Annually, the program offers a wide range of team, dual, and individual activities aimed at maximizing student participation. Activities include flag football, volleyball, sand volleyball, indoor soccer, outdoor soccer, softball, basketball, racquetball, tennis, kickball, and much more. Every intramural league and tournament sport is divided into three leagues of play: Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec. All intramural activities are FREE to UNF students who have paid their student activities fees, and all full time faculty and staff. Intramural Sports is a great way to meet new people and stay active at the same time. Whether you enjoy structured leagues or informal activities, this is the place for you.

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Announcements

 

 

Spring 2015 Intramural Schedule of Events are now Available!!!

 

Intramural Sports would like to thank all participants for a great Fall semester of great competition, good times, and sportsmanship! The Spring 2015 schedule is now available! We've got 14 sports for your enjoyment, starting with our Dodgeball tournament, and then getting into Outdoor Soccer! Be on the lookout for flyers around the Student Wellness Complex and Housing for information on each sport as it comes up.

 

Student Officials Needed!

 

The Intramural Sports Program hires nearly 100 students each year to fill positions as sports officials, scorekeepers and supervisors. Officials are needed for almost all IM team sports including flag football, volleyball, indoor and outdoor soccer, basketball, and softball. Training sessions are held in the weeks prior to the beginning of each respective season. Prospective officials are requied to attend the information session/rules clinic and all training sessions, plus pass a rules test and practical test to be hired. We are hiring new officials for the following sports during the Fall semester:

 

  • Outdoor Soccer - Thursday, January 15, 8:00 p.m. Student Union West, room 3805
  • Basketball - Thursday, January, 8:00 p.m. Student Union West, room 3804

             
  

         

For more information, please contact Justin Cato, Assistant Director for Intramural and Club Sports: j.cato@unf.edu or 620-2646.

 

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Justin Cato 

Assistant Director for

Intramural and Club Sports

(904) 620-2646

j.cato@unf.edu 

 

 


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