How to Play
NOTES RELATED TO ALL IM PLAY
- For all sports: Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec divisions offered
- Sign up at www.imleagues.com/vcu
- Only current VCU students & VCU Faculty/Staff with valid Recreational Sports Memberships can play
HOW TO PLAY
Register your team online at www.imleagues.com/vcu during the designated entry periods. Entries must be made before the listed closing date for each particular activity to ensure your inclusion in a league.
We make it a point to start all games on time, so remember…Game time is Forfeit time! The Intramural Supervisor has the official watch. If your team forfeits, you will be required to pay a re-entry fee if you want to continue playing in your league. The Team Fee is $25 and the Individual/Dual Fee is $10 for re-entry. This fee must be paid before your next scheduled contest. The re-entry fee is non-refundable. If a team/individual forfeits for a second time, that team/individual will be removed from their league.
WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE A TEAM?
Free Agents should email Bob Fankhauser at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be placed on a list that team’s will have access to if they need players. Please include your name, email address, local/cell phone number and which sport(s) you are interested in playing. A Free Agent Meeting is also held during the registration period for each IM session, which is usually the best way to pick up on a team.
If enough free agents sign up for a particular sport a “Free Agent Team” may be created. We cannot guarantee that you will get picked up on a team, but we make every effort to get the free agents playing.
WHEN DO WE PLAY?
The IM Leagues website contains all rules, regulations and schedule information.
WHO’S ON YOUR TEAM
Monroe Park Campus
Any current VCU Student or current VCU Faculty/Staff person that has an active Recreational Sports Membership is eligible to participate.
Team members are generally students from within each School and/or class. (Medical School, Dental School, Physical Therapy, etc) Any current VCU student or current VCU Health System employee person that has an active Recreational Sports Membership is eligible to participate.
Avoidance dates/days are important! We will make every effort to avoid scheduling on the dates you include on your entry form. We consider exams and other VCU organizational events as eligible for this consideration. Other conflicts can be included, but may not receive as much consideration. Remember to put the night before your exam as an avoidance date…not the day of your exam, unless it is a night class.
A conduct rating system has been implemented in an effort to ensure that Intramural participation is a positive experience for everyone involved. We want all participants in our programs to enjoy a healthy spirit of competition. The rating system is a based on a 1-10 scale, which represents a team’s conduct during their participation. Your team must maintain a 7.0 average or higher throughout the regular season to be eligible for the playoffs. Your team’s average must remain above a 7.0 during the playoffs to remain eligible.