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Intramural Sports Tutorials

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CAPTAIN'S QUIZ UNSPORTING BEHAVIOR

Intramural Sports Policies & Procedures

Registration for ALL Intramural Sports activities occurs online beginning at 8am on the first day of the registration period, typically Sundays. Registration periods conclude at noon on the final day of the registration period, typically Tuesdays or Wednesdays, see: Intramural Sports main page for registration schedule.

Registration Instructions

STEP 1: Refer to the Intramural Sports main website for registration period dates and other important information.

STEP 2: For individuals with existing IMLeagues accounts, click here to log in

STEP 2a: For individuals registering for the first time, please create an account on IMLeagues:

 

Go to www.IMLeagues.com

Enter your information and use an email address that you will check frequently. This address will be used to contact you regarding important scheduling, roster, and sport information.

Once you have created an account you will need to log into IMLeagues. Make sure your UID # and Last Name are correct. The UID # is the number listed on the FRONT of your UID Card.

STEP 3: Choose the sport, league, and division for which you would like to participate. You may either register a full team or register as a free agent (individual player) by clicking the green “Register Sign Up” button

STEP 4: For designated sports, the team captain or a representative must complete the Captain’s Quiz to guarantee the team’s spot in the league. This should be completed by the Thursday of the registration week at noon. The captain is also responsible for updating the online roster with the minimum players needed to begin a game by noon on Thursday of the registration week.

Wait List Information

If the league/division of your choice is full, you may register for the wait list. Captains of wait listed teams should complete the captain’s quiz and populate the roster by the Thursday (noon) deadline. Additionally, wait listed captains will need to attend the Wait List meeting, typically held in the Armory on the Thursday of the registration week. Wait listed teams present at the meeting will have the option to choose spots vacated by teams that failed to complete the captain’s quiz or populate the roster.  This will be done in the order of registration.


The success of the Intramural Sports program depends largely on the leadership skills and interest of the team captain. Each team must have a captain responsible for coordination between players and the Intramural Sports staff. Experience has proven that successful teams usually have dedicated and efficient team captains. Some of the team captain’s duties include, but are not limited to:

1. Complete the captain's quiz online prior to the end of the registration period (typically by noon on Thursday the week of a registration). 

2. When required, submit a team roster on-line with, at least, the minimum number required to start a game.

3. Be familiar with all rules (eligibility and game) and ensure that teammates abide by those rules.

4. Each team is responsible for maintaining good sportsmanship among the coaches, players, and spectators before, during, and after competition (See Sportsmanship Rating tab).


5. Team Captains are the only participants permitted to question an official’s call and must do so in a polite and respectful manner (after play has stopped). Questioning an official’s call during play is not permitted as it takes the attention of the official away from the game. If a Team Captain feels the official erroneously interpreted a rule they may say, “I PROTEST” at which time play will stop (see Protests). Players other than the Team Captain who address an official may be penalized. Any participant (including team captains) who disrespectfully addresses an official will be penalized.

6. Check schedule, team standings, and league standings at our web site: http://www.recwell.umd.edu and notify team members of all scheduled game dates, times, and locations. It is the captain’s responsibility to have his/her team ready to play as scheduled.

PLEASE NOTE:

information concerning date, time, and location of contest can NOT be given via telephone by Intramural Sports Office staff due to the potential for mis-communication and subsequent participant dissatisfaction.


7. Respond to Intramural Sports staff concerning schedule changes, tournament structure, eligible player inquiries, team conduct, etc.

8. Immediately inform the Intramural Sports staff of any changes of captain’s information

9. If there are inclement weather conditions, call the RAIN LINE to receive information & share with teammates 301-314-RAIN.


Rescheduling
1. During the regular season, games will not be postponed or rescheduled.

2. During play-offs, games will be rescheduled due to weather cancellations by the IM Office. Please note that these changes may impact the entire tournament.

3. Prior to the release/publication of the playoff brackets, captain's may submit scheduling requests to the Intramural Office at imsports@umd.edu . These requests cannot be guaranteed but every effort will be made to accommodate. 

4. Teams wishing to reschedule a play-off game must:

a. MUST COME IN PERSON to the Intramural Sports Office located in the Armory. No information regarding the rescheduling of a game will take place over the phone or email; this must be done in person.

 

b. After coming to the IM Office, the team wishing to reschedule must contact the opposing captain, who must agree to the proposed schedule change. Both captains must then contact the IM Office with the new date/time. This date/time must BE PRE-APPROVED BY THE IM OFFICE. If both captains do not contact the IM Office before the deadline, the game will NOT be rescheduled.


Please Note: Rescheduling a play-off game should be done as far in advance as possible. When looking at the play-off brackets please consider future games and if they will impact your team. If a new game time cannot be agreed upon the game will be played at its original date/time.

 

What is the difference between a forfeit and a default? 

Forfeit: A forfeit is issued when a team or individual fails to be present for a scheduled game/match and does not notify the Intramural Office in advance. Forfeits are recorded as a 'mercy-rule' loss and 0.0 sportsmanship rating. In addition to a loss, the captain's student account will be charged $40.**  A Team that forfeits the equivalent of two games will be dropped from competition without the possibility of reentry and charged $80 ($40 x 2 forfeits). 

Default: A Default may only be claimed in TEAM SPORTS. A default is an un-played game that is recorded as a loss (by mercy rule) and a 3.0 sportsmanship score rather than a forfeit. This results when the defaulting team captain notifies the Intramural Sports Office that they will not show up to play a contest by NOON on the BUSINESS DAY (Monday through Friday) of the scheduled game. Teams may only default once per sports season. A second default in the same season will be recorded as a forfeit. 

Policies related forfeits/defaults:

1. GAME TIME IS FORFEIT TIME! Teams should have at least the minimum players required signed-in no later than game time. Failure to do so will result in a loss (forfeit) which carries a $10(individual sports) or $40(team sports) charge to the captain's student account.

2. In instances of violations of Intramural Policy, forfeits are issued. Forfeits due to ineligible players or unsportsmanlike conduct will result in a loss for the offending team (the forfeit fee may not apply to this type of situation).

3. Teams that forfeit may not be eligible for the play-offs.

**Please note that the $40 rate is an increase from previous academic years. This fee, which was put into place in Spring 2015, is meant to deter forfeits and encourage participation. 

 

It is the strong belief of this program that contests should be won or lost on the field of play, not through the technicalities of rules. The Intramural Sports Director, or designee, will immediately resolve all disputes.

1. Types of Protests:
a) Judgment Decisions: Players or captains may not protest Official’s judgment calls. Attempted protest(s) lodged on judgment may be penalized by assessing a time-out to the protesting team.

b) Player Eligibility: Protest may be made at any time by the IM Staff or any participant. Any team or individual protesting the eligibility of a player must furnish proof that the player is ineligible. In case of an obvious violation of eligibility rules, a protest may be granted. To ensure honest sport competition, protests of alleged eligibility violations should be made prior to games to the supervisor rather than waiting to determine the outcome of the contest.

c) Rule Interpretation: A captain may lodge a protest on an official’s or scorekeeper’s rule interpretation, but must do so at the time of the incident. If a protest is going to be lodged, a captain must first call a time-out and then say “ I PROTEST”.

2. Procedure for Protesting:
A protest concerning rule interpretations must be lodged with the official and supervisor at the time of the incident. The officials will stop play and gather with the team captain and student supervisor for the correct ruling. The student supervisor will act as the arbitrator and make a decision. In circumstances where an individual feels a protest should be appealed, s/he must notify the supervisor that a protest is being registered and the Protest Form must be completed and submitted in writing to the Intramural Sports Director in the Intramural Sports Office by 12:00pm (noon) the day after the incident in question (Monday for weekend games). Protests lodged after this time will not be considered.

If the protest is valid a time-out will be charged to the Official(s), if the protest is not valid the team protesting will be charged the time-out.

Intramural Sports Participation

Championship Awards

All League Champions will receive a Intramural Championship T-shirt.  In accordance with policy, the number of t-shirts awarded to team sport champion is a maximum of the number of players on a field plus one half. (e.g. for 6v6 soccer, the championship team will be awarded 6+3 =9 shirts). 

Shirts may be picked up in the Intramural Office in the Armory beginning the business day after the championship is won. Individual participants should come to the Office with the UID and may only pick up one shirt. Please plan pick up your championship shirt by the end of the semester during which the championship was won. 

Every team is responsible for the conduct of its players and followers. Any conduct judged as detrimental to the participants, program, or any particular contest, may result in loss of the contest, suspension of the individual player, suspension of the entire team, or other appropriate action.

UMD students are subject to a Code of Student Conduct. Harassment (verbal or otherwise) including sexual, racial, ethnic or religious harassment that causes injury, distress, emotional or physical discomfort, is one of the offenses which may result in disciplinary action. University Recreation & Wellness (RecWell) and the Intramural Sports program will vigorously enforce all sections of the code to insure that participants feel welcome and enjoy benefits of a recreational activity.


1. Player Conduct (ejected player procedures): Striking, fighting or other inciteful action, whether physical or verbal, may result in automatic suspension of the player(s) and may result in team suspension. Additional sanctions may be imposed pending investigation of the incident. Suspension of a long duration is possible. Individuals who have been ejected (included being red carded) from a contest will not be eligible to participate in any intramural sports program until they have met with the Intramural Sports professional staff. Physical or verbal abuse of a student employee of UMD or fellow participant may result in an automatic suspension. A team must maintain control of its members. They must also exhibit a high standard of sportsmanship for their group that is expected at an institution of higher education.

2. Any participant or organization suspended from Intramural activities due to violations of Intramural Guidelines or sport rules will have the opportunity to participate in due process to insure protection of rights. The intramural professional staff will hear information from all involved parties and make an appropriate decision based on that information.

3. Each team will be given a sportsmanship rating for each game by that game’s officials.

The rating will be given on a 4.0 scale. Teams must have a 3.0 average to be eligible to participate in the playoff tournament. Teams that receive a score below 3.0 during playoffs may not be eligible to advance. 

4. The following sportsmanship rating system will be used for all intramural league sports:

4.0 Good Conduct and Sportsmanship = Players cooperate fully with the officials and other team members. Players are under control and not excessively fouling or contacting one another. No verbal warnings issued to the players by the officials. The captain calmly converses with officials about rule interpretations and calls. The captain also has full control of his/her teammates. 4.0’s are given when no comments are made, and a team displays total cooperation with the officials.

3.0 Acceptable Conduct and Sportsmanship = Team members verbally complain about some decisions made by the officials and/or show minor dissension which may or may not merit a technical foul or yellow card. A team that receives one or two technical fouls (for unsportsmanlike behavior) or one yellow card, cannot receive higher than a 3.0. 3.0’s are given to teams when some unsportsmanlike conduct is displayed and some complaints of officials’ judgments are made.

2.0 Unacceptable Conduct and Sportsmanship = Teams that show verbal dissent towards officials and/or opposing team or teammates which merit technical foul(s), yellow card(s), multiple penalties or an ejection (due to unsportsmanlike conduct). A 2.0 rating must be given to a team when there is at least two yellow cards and/or at least one unsportsmanlike conduct ejection.

1.0 Poor Conduct and Sportsmanship

= Teams constantly comment to the officials and/or opposing team from the playing surface or sidelines. At least one unsportsmanlike conduct ejection has taken place and multiple unsportsmanlike conduct fouls, technical fouls, and/or yellow cards given. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or themselves. A “1” rating is given to a team when members persist in arguing with an official, profane language is used, and the captain does not control the actions of his/her team, fans, and/or spectators. Teams that receive a “1 “ Rating MUST meet with the Intramural Sports Director prior to their next game or be disqualified.


0 Unacceptable Conduct and Sportsmanship = Team is completely uncooperative. Captain has no control over teammates and/or himself/herself. Any team causing a game to be stopped, or forfeited other than by not showing, or receives multiple ejections/red cards shall receive a 0. A 0” is given when multiple “unsportsmanlike penalties” are issued to a team, two or more ejections are issued, a team fails to assist in removing an ejected player from the playing area, warnings by the officials of unsportsmanlike play are ignored, there is a fight or attempted fight, or if a player(s) make unnecessary contact with an official. Teams that receive a 0 Rating MUST meet with the Intramural Sports Director prior to their next game or be disqualified.

5. Acts Relevant to Fighting. The Intramural program and the University of Maryland will not condone fighting or any actions that may encourage violence. Such acts include, but are not limited to, taunting, trash talking, verbal harassment, physical harassment, fighting or attempting to fight.

Any individual that is involved in a fight will be subject to an automatic ejection from the game and could result in team suspension. Individuals involved will be ineligible to compete in any further intramural activities and must make an appointment to meet with a member of the Intramural Sports professional staff.

Any bench personnel (to include spectators) that enter the field/court during a fight or potential conflict will receive an automatic ejection from the program. These individuals will follow the same guidelines as stated above.

Even though the Intramural Sports program has policies and procedures for handling fighting and harassment Campus Police may be called to assist when and if necessary.


6. Intramural Student Supervisor’s Authority. The supervisor has the authority to rule on any situation not specially covered in the rules, to issue a yellow card, issue a red card, stop the game, make weather decisions (this list is not meant to be inclusive), deemed necessary to ensure the safety and well being of the participants and the IM Program.

7. Spectator Policy: Spectators are welcome at all games and activities. However, team captains are responsible for their spectator's behavior. Fans are expected to follow the sportsmanship policy explained within the Intramural Guidelines. Team captains are responsible for educating their spectators on these guidelines.

TO THE SPECTATOR:

“Our goal and responsibility is to provide and create a healthy atmosphere for all participants, officials, scorekeepers, supervisors, and spectators. We ask for your cooperation as spectators to help develop a positive atmosphere. It is the responsibility of each spectator to do everything possible to ensure that the game atmosphere is friendly and good-natured.”

Rescheduling
1. During the regular season, games will not be postponed or rescheduled.

2. During play-offs, games will be rescheduled due to weather cancellations by the IM Office. Please note that these changes may impact the entire tournament.

3. Prior to the release/publication of the playoff brackets, captain's may submit scheduling requests to the Intramural Office at imsports@umd.edu . These requests cannot be guaranteed but every effort will be made to accommodate. 

4. Teams wishing to reschedule a play-off game must:

a. MUST COME IN PERSON to the Intramural Sports Office located in the Armory. No information regarding the rescheduling of a game will take place over the  phone or email; this must be done in person.


b. After coming to the IM Office, the team wishing to reschedule must contact the opposing captain, who must agree to the proposed schedule change. Both  captains must then contact the IM Office with the new date/time. This date/time  must BE PRE-APPROVED BY THE IM OFFICE. If both captains do not contact the  IM Office before the deadline, the game will NOT be rescheduled.


Please Note: Rescheduling a play-off game should be done as far in advance as possible. When looking at the play-off brackets please consider future games and if they will impact your team. If a new game time cannot be agreed upon the game will be played at its original date/time.
Injuries and Blood Borne Pathogens
Participation in sporting activities may cause injury and exposure to blood borne pathogens. Blood borne pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause diseases in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, the Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

In order to protect all participants and employees from this risk, the following apply to all University Recreation & Wellness (RecWell) activities, including intramural sports:


1. A player that is bleeding must be removed from any intramural contest until the bleeding has stopped and the wound has been completely covered.

2. A player that has blood on a uniform must be removed from the contest until the soiled clothing has been changed.

Assumption of Risk
The Intramural Sports staff will work hard to insure that all participants have the safest experience, but insuring absolute safety is not possible. Be aware that participation in intramural sports activities, including use of intramural facilities and equipment, is completely voluntary. There are risks and hazards, minor and serious, associated with participation in intramural sports (athletic/recreation) activities. Participants voluntarily assume all responsibility and risk of loss, damage, illness, and/or injury to person or property associated with participation in intramural sport activities.

The University of Maryland, its officers, agents, and employees are not responsible for any loss, damage, illness, or injury to person or property arising out of or relating to participation in intramural sports activities, including the use of intramural facilities and equipment. The University of Maryland does not provide medical, health, or other insurance for participants. Purchasing adequate health/medical insurance prior to participation is strongly recommended.

Leagues and Levels

Intramural competition is offered in five leagues and most separated into “Levels A” or “Level B”. Teams will choose their own level based on their ability and the level of competition they desire.

Level A is classified as Highly Competitive/Skilled; while Level B is more Recreational. The goal of this system is to have players seek competition at their own ability level so players of all skill levels, will have the opportunity to participate and enjoy a measure of success. Thus, beginning players are welcomed and encouraged to participate in intramural activities.


PLEASE NOTE: While teams shall only register for the league(s) in which they are eligible, the Intramural Sports program reserves the right to place teams in leagues in order to maximize participation and ensure fair and competitive play. For example, the Intramural Director may place a Men's teams into a Fraternity league if the Fraternity league is not full. This placement would be for the regular season only and a switch back to the Men's league would take place for the playoff tournament. 

Eligibility
1. All undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in any department or college of the University and current faculty and staff members shall be eligible to enjoy all intramural privileges and shall retain that status until they withdraw, graduate, take a leave of absence, or fail to comply with eligibility rules or other guidelines.

2. Alumni, University Affiliates, and Shady Grove students are NOT eligible for any division. Shady Grove students may become eligible upon paying an activity fee at the Shady Grove campus. Upon doing so, SGRV001 will appear on their class schedule and they would be eligible to participate in intramural sports.

3. Only players who can show their valid PHOTO UMD-ID are eligible to play.

4. Any contest in which an ineligible player was used will be forfeited, the team will be eliminated from the tournament and the last team playing against the disqualified team will advance.

5. Regular Season and Tournament Eligibility (for team sports only).

Regular season sports with tournament: Individual players may be added to the roster at any time during the regular season. Players may add their name and Student ID Number to the game score sheet (at the game site), sign up on the IMLeagues website, or email the Intramural Sports Office to be added to the roster. Once playoffs have started, participants may only be added to the roster by emailing the Intramural Sports program. 


6. One Team Rule and One Co-Ed Team Rule (for all sports).

The first team a participant plays for is the team that person is committed to for that sport. A player who has participated for a team cannot switch teams for the  remainder of that sport, league, or tournament (exception: first team forfeits immediately and/or person did not participate in any contest). Participants may play on one Fraternity, Men’s, Women’s, OR G/F/S team and one Co-Ed team.

7. Gender Identity Participation Policy

Individuals may participate in Intramural Sports in accordance with their own gender identity regardless of medical intervention. For "co-ed" sports, individuals who do not identity as women, will be subject to the rules of non-women participants. 

8. Minimum Player Rule & Free Agents.

A team must begin play with the required number of players as the official rules specify for that particular sport without forfeiting the contest. Each sport will have a minimum requirement. If you need additional players, the IMLeagues website allows for free agents to sign up based on league. Please check the website to see if any free agents are available to join your team.


9. Varsity Athletes.

a) Membership on a varsity team in the season of that sport makes a player ineligible for that same or like sport during the same school year.

b) Letter Winners: Any participant who is awarded a varsity letter at the University of Maryland or any other four (4) year college or university is ineligible in that sport or related (like) sport in which that award was earned. Letter winners are ineligible for 1 year from the term the last letter was earned and then must participate on “Level A” teams only. It is the duty of any person who has won a letter at another school, in conjunction with the team captain, to check on their eligibility status with the Intramural Staff before participating. Letter winners, not currently on a Varsity team, but before the one year sit-out period, may participate in the G/F/S League.

d) Redshirts: Those players, who are designated by the coaching staff as not participating in varsity games, but still have status as a squad member, are ineligible for intramural play in that sport or a related (like) sport.

e) Scout team players or practice players are subject to the same rules as "Club athletes". No more than two (2) scout team players shall play on one Intramural team. If a team has two (2) scout team players, they must play at the "A" level. 


10. Semi/Professional: A person who has competed professionally in a sport will be ineligible for five (5) years from the date of the last professional participation in that sport or related (like) sport and must participate at the “A” Level


11. Sport Clubs: Members are eligible to participate in Intramural sports; however, teams are limited to the following:


a) Individual and Dual Sports: Participants must play at the “A” Level.

b) Doubles Teams may only have one club player and must also play at the “A” Level.
c) For all Major Team Sports

Teams with ONE (1) Club Member may participate at either the “A” or “B” Level.
Teams with TWO (2) Club Members must participate at the “A” Level.

Exception: For 11v11 Soccer and Ultimate Frisbee, an "A" team may have up to FOUR (2) club players. and a "B" team may have up to TWO (2) club players


d) Club members are those persons who have within the current academic year:

        1) participated in ANY practices and/or games with the team; or

        2) have signed a Club Waiver; or

        3) listed as a member of the club on the Sport Club Roster

h) NOTE: This is for same or “like sports”! For example; if you are a club basketball player participating in soccer, this rule does NOT apply.

 i) Scenario: I was a member of a club soccer team but did not like it so I quit; however, my name is still on their roster and I want to play intramural soccer. Do I count as a club soccer player? YES! However you may petition the IM Office for a waiver. That is, if you are no longer a member of the club team (including not going to any type of practices) but still listed on their roster you may ask us to take that into consideration and be granted a waiver and deemed NOT part of a club team.

 j) As a guide, “like sports” are defined as follows, this list is not meant to be inclusive:

Basketball: 5v5 Basketball & 3v3 Basketball
Football: 7v7 Flag Football & 4v4 Flag Football
Soccer:  Indoor/Outdoor Soccer
Tennis: All Intramural Tennis
Table Tennis: Table Tennis
Volleyball:  Volleyball, Sand Volleyball, & Wallyball
Softball/Baseball: Softball, Baseball, and Whiffleball

Ultimate Frisbee: Ultimate Frisbee 
Water Polo: Innertube Water Polo

 

13. The intramural sports program will share the responsibility for the eligibility of players. Each player and team captain is responsible for checking their eligibility and that of their team members. The IM Office will also assist the team captains and individuals with their questions of eligibility and interpretation of rules. Inquiring about eligibility questions in advance of contests prevents delays and potential protest(s).


14. Other participants, or the Intramural Sports staff, at anytime can initiate ineligible player inquiries.


15. If an ineligible player is detected in the play-offs, the team will be eliminated from the tournament and the last team playing against the disqualified team will advance.


16. Anyone who participates under an assumed name or uses someone else’s ID is ineligible and may be suspended for the remainder of the season.



Fraternity A and B

a) Only those organizations recognized by the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life, are permitted to register a team in this League.    

b) Team members must be a registered recruit or an active member in order to participate. Team rosters are subject to verification with the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life in instances where eligibility is questioned. 

c) Players with alumni status or who are not undergraduates may not participate in this league.

d) Alumni, University Affiliates, and Shady Grove students are not eligible for any division.


e) A fraternity may enter as many teams as it wishes in Intramural competition but only one (1) team may be entered in the Fraternity “A” League and one (1) in the “B” League. Following the regular season, Fraternities may transfer up to one (1) additional team into the Fraternity A and Fraternity B playoff brackets.

f) A fraternity may enter up to five (5) singles and five (5) doubles teams for individual/dual sports such as tennis, badminton, racquetball, etc. 

g) The IFC Fraternity point system is NOT administered by the Intramural Office; rather through IFC. All point system inquiries should be directed to the current IFC Athletic Chair. 

h) Participation in this league excludes an individual from being eligible to compete in the Men's A or B levels for the same sport. 

i)  The Intramural Sports Office reserves the right to place non-fraternity teams into this league during the regular season in order to maximize participation for all University of Maryland students.

Men’s A and B

a) The Men’s League is open to all qualified University STUDENTS, except those actively participating in Fraternity A & B, who identify as male. 

b) Alumni, University Affiliates and Shady Grove students are not eligible for any division.

c) Participation in this league excludes individuals from being eligible to compete in the Fraternity A or B leagues or the Grad/Fac/Staff League.

For the Men’s leagues, the following playoff procedure will be in place: 

Following the regular season, teams will be placed into brackets according to the following procedures

  • "A" teams will remain in the "A" league for playoffs 
  • "B" teams with a record  above .500 will remain in "B" playoffs
  • "B" teams with a record at or below .500 will be moved to the "C" playoffs 

 

 


a) The women’s League is open to all qualified University STUDENTS who identify as female. 

b) Alumni, University Affiliates and Shady Grove students are not eligible for any division.

c) Participation in this league excludes individuals from being eligible to participate in the Grad/Fac/Staff league.




a) The Co-Ed League is open to all individuals who are students, faculty, or staff of the University.

b) Alumni, University Affiliates and Shady Grove students are not eligible for any division.


Graduate / Faculty / Staff (G/F/S)


a) The G/F/S League is open to all currently employed faculty or staff and to graduate students.

b) Alumni, University Affiliates and Shady Grove students are not eligible for any division.

c) Undergraduates may NOT play in this division.

d) In this League, ONLY, teams may participate with any gender ratio. 

e) Participation in this league excludes individuals from being eligible to compete in the Men's A or B or Women's leagues. 

Contact the Intramural Sports Office

1197 RECKORD ARMORY
Monday – Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday  10am – 7pm
Phone: 301-226-4444
Rain Line: 301-314-RAIN
E-Mail: imsports@umd.edu

Intramural Sports Director 
Mary Kate Crawford 

mksully@umd.edu 

Coordinator, Intramural Sports 
Jason Hess