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Intramural Sports

View current information at WWU’s IMLeagues Page!

Spring 2024 League Offerings:

$70 per team

10 vs. 10 Softball

Open Sunday (3 p.m. - 8 p.m.)

Note: 4/14 will be 8 p.m. - 12 a.m.

Open Tuesday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

Open Wednesday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

11 vs. 11 Soccer

Open Monday/Thursday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

Note: Leagues will be split up into Competitive and Recreational after 2 weeks

6 vs. 6 Soccer

Co-Ed Tuesday (8 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

Competitive Tuesday (10 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

Recreational Wednesday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

Women's/Non-Binary Sunday (3 p.m. - 7 p.m.)

6 vs. 6 Volleyball

Competitive Sunday (3 p.m. - 7 p.m.)

Recreational Monday/Tuesday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

7 vs. 7 Flag Football

Open Monday/Thursday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

Note: ​​​​​​​Leagues will be split up into Competitive and Recreational after 2 weeks​​​​​​​

5 vs. 5 Basketball

Open Tuesday/Wednesday (8 p.m. - 12 a.m.)

​​​​​​​Note: ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Leagues will be split up into Competitive and Recreational after 2 weeks

Co-Ed Thursday (8 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

What is a league sport?  

League sports are an opportunity for you and your team to play once a week for each week of the quarter. Your team will get 5 to 6 weeks to play one game a week, then the opportunity to be added to a playoff tournament for the last 2 weeks of the season. You must sign up and pay $70 per team for league sports at the beginning of each quarter in order to participate.

Spring 2024 Tournament Offerings:

$10 per team

2 vs. 2 Pickleball Tournament

04/24/2024 | 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.

2 vs. 2 Spikeball Tournament

05/08/2024 | 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.

7 vs. 7 Kickball Tournament

Date/Time TBA

2 vs. 2 Cornhole Tournament

06/05/2024 | 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.

What is a Tournament Sport?

Tournament sports are cheaper and less commitment than league sports. Most tournaments are usually $10 to $20 per team and are only 1 night, bracket style games. You have until midnight before each tournament to sign up.

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Participant Handbook and Sport Rules

How to Sign Up?

  1. Go to
  2. Sign in, or create your profile, using your WWU credentials.
  3. Once you have logged in, Choose the sport you would like to participate in followed by the league, day, and time your team would like to compete.
  4. After choosing your league you will need to create your team and pay the team fee (listed above).
  5. Once your team has been created, be sure to invite your teammates using their WWU emails. They must accept the invite and sign the online waiver before their first game to be on the roster and allowed to play. After all your teammates have accepted their invites, your team is ready for its first game!

Which League Should I Join?

To play in a single-gendered league, everyone on your team must identify as the gender assigned to the league. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis (email for more info).

Both male and female identifying players can play on one team. These leagues have specific gender requirements and rules that must be followed. If you identify as non-binary you are still able to participate, but you will not be added to the gender ratio requirement of the team. Be sure to read each sport’s rule book to learn more about its specific co-ed rules. 

No gender requirements or specific gender rules. Your team can have any gender with no limitations (outside of the roster maximums) participate.

Competitive Leagues: These leagues usually require a higher skill level and competitiveness. The teams in these leagues are there to win and compete against teams with similar skill levels to their own.

Recreational Leagues: These leagues accept all levels of skill. This can include teams that are just there to have fun to teams that would like a more competitive edge. If you and your team are new to the sport, this would be the perfect league for you!

Participation Benefits

  • Building a community with the recreational campus community
  • Employment opportunities (email for more info)
  • Leadership skills in directing group participation
  • Establishing sportsman-like qualities to carry with them post-graduation
  • Participation, regardless of skill/ability level, in a safe community
  • Promoting a positive relationship with movement and recreation 
  • Social interaction and development of lasting relationships

Interested in joining the team?

We hire and promote at the end/beginning of each quarter. If you are interested in sports, developing conflict management and customer service skills, and becoming part of the recreation family read more:

The Intramural Sports Official officiates and/or keeps accurate records and score of those contests sponsored by the Intramural Sports Program and Campus Recreation Services, in accordance with the rules of the sport and the regulations of the department. The official is charged with the responsibility of maintaining the safety of the participants and conduct on the court or field, to which they are assigned, and will perform other duties as assigned.

Opportunity to be promoted to supervisor after working as an official for a quarter.

All Intramural supervisors have a positive attitude, willingness to learn, are able to work as part of a team. They assist participants, officials, and other supervisors in all aspects of team sports each night, which includes but is not limited to; activities, special events marketing, registration, staffing, and scheduling. They are knowledgeable of Intramural Sports policies and procedures and able to enforce policies in a respectful manner to participants, assist student admin and professional staff with officiating games. Also, to assist with rules clinics, to help train, to supervise and to monitor games and officials. Learn Intramural Sports policies and procedures, be able to enforce policies in a respectful manner to participants.

Intramural Leads work mostly in the office to prepare employee trainings, meetings, and schedule nightly programming. They are responsible for ensuring all policies are being followed and each night of programming runs smoothly.

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Email Lucy Caples, Intramural Coordinator for more information on how to get involved.

Lucy Caples