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Q: What is the difference between Comp, Coed, Rec, & Open league types?
A: Comp leagues are for those that truly want to win. Emphasis is heavy on the competition side of the intramural game. Coed leagues have teams that are made up of males and females and generally include an equal number of each playing on the field at the same time (see league rules for further explanation). Rec leagues are for those looking to get out and play their favorite sports. Open leagues impose no gender restrictions and like Rec leagues emphasize fun before competition.

Q: What activities does Intramural Sports offer?
A: Intramural Sports offer a wide range of leagues and tournaments based on the season.  Annually, Intramural Sports offers leagues for Basketball, Volleyball, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Softball, and Outdoor/Indoor Soccer.  Intramural Sports also offers tournaments throughout the year such as Bubble Ball Soccer, Basketball, Badminton, Beach Volleyball, Tennis,
Ultimate Frisbee, Wiffleball, and Innertube Water Polo.

Q: Who can participate in Intramural Sports?
A: All Central Washington University students, staff, and faculty are invited to participate in Intramural Sports.  College varsity athletes must wait one year to participate in sports which they have lettered.  Spouses and dependents of any student, staff, or faculty over the age of 18 are also eligible to participate.

Q: How can I participate in Intramural Sports?
A: Just register on and you can create teams, join teams, or sign up as a free agent!  For registration information go to our Registration page.

Q: When can I sign up?
A: Registrations for each quarter are usually a week long and open the first full week after school starts. Registration dates are posted on the Intramural Sports webpage as well as the imleagues website.

Q: What are the Team Captain’s responsibilities?
A: The Team Captain is the main contact between the Intramural Sports office and their team.  Team Captains are responsible for their team’s knowledge of the rules and sportsmanship requirements.  They are responsible for notifying the Intramural Sports office 24 hours in advance of any cancelations during the season and will be responsible for any forfeit fines incurred by their team.  Forfeit fines are $20 and unpaid fines will be assessed to the Team Captain’s student account at the end of each quarter.         

Q: When and where do I play?
A: Schedules for each league are posted on the imleagues website and at the Recreation Center.  Additionally, team captains can be provided with a schedule of game times available for pick up the day after the mandatory Captain’s meeting.  Games are played at Nicholson Pavilion, Recreation Center, Multipurpose fields, Alder Recreation fields, Ellensburg Racquet and Recreation Center, or any other site depending on the sport and league.     

Q: How many teams can I play with?
A: Students are allowed to compete in as many sports as they wish.  Students will not be allowed to participate on two teams within the same league.

Q: When are my practice times?
A: The Intramural Sports program does not schedule practice times for any sport or league. 

Q: How do I become an official?
A: The Intramural Sports office is always seeking enthusiastic students to raise the quality of performance in their officials.  Students interested in a challenging and rewarding opportunity to lead competitive and recreational sporting events are encouraged to visit our employment page to view vacant positions.

Interested students may also sign-in to their IMLeagues account, click "clubs", click "sport view", and then take the official's training by creating a team in the sport they are most interested in (students may take as many different trainings as they want).

Q: Why participate in Intramural Sports?
A: Intramural Sports allow students to have fun and compete at a variety of different levels while trying to win the coveted Intramural Champ Shirt and Elite prize (for Elite leagues only)!

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