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Intramural Events

Intramural Special Events

Registration opens at midnight on the first date listed and closes at 12:00 p.m. on the last date listed. Individuals can register for our offerings below by visiting An individual or team will be have their team name approved and confirmed by the Intramural Sports Office. 


Registration Dates

August 19 –
September 8

October 3 – October 19

January 9 – January 25

February 27 – March 22

Dates of Play (Leagues)

September 11 – October 13

October 23 – December 1

January 29 –
March 2

March 26 – April 27

Leagues - five weeks or games, recreational round robin or competitive round robin with tournament

4v4 Mini Soccer,
Disc Golf,
2v2 Sand Volleyball, Dodgeball

7v7 Flag Football, 7v7 Soccer, 3v3 Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee

5v5 Basketball, Indoor Soccer, Volleyball, Kickball, Broomball

11v11 Soccer, 4v4 Flag Football, 4v4 Sand Volleyball, Floor Hockey, Tennis (singles and doubles)

Events - one day or weekend, typically tournament-style

Table Tennis, Water Basketball, Badminton, Crate Stacking

2v2 Sand Volleyball, Golf, Wiffleball, Battleship

Preseason Basketball Tournament, “Campus Rec Combine,” Innertube Water Polo, 3-Point Contest, Dodgeball

Disc Golf, Pickleball, Cornhole, Spike Ball

For more information on sports offerings and structures, please view our policies and procedures [PDF].

*Note: Registration may stay open longer on a sport-by-sport basis if leagues do not fill. To register for Intramural Sports, visit in a new window) and log in using your OHIO email.

In addition to our regularly scheduled one-day events, intramural sports staff and facilities are open to event requests from student organizations, residence halls, academic programs and other university groups during the fall and spring semesters. Events can be scheduled outside of our regularly scheduled leagues and events for a fee depending on space, staffing, and equipment needs and availability. We offer all our normally scheduled sports and are open to arrange for sports outside of those typically offered so long as there are no excessive costs for new equipment, specialty training of officials, or health and safety concerns. Intramural sports has also run non-sporting competitive events like trivia nights and escape rooms in the past. Please contact Justin Chidester at for requests or questions.