Intramural Sports

The Intramural Sports program at AU provides an opportunity for all students, faculty and staff to enjoy satisfying experiences in positive and productive ways outside of the classroom and office throughout the academic year. It is the goal of Aurora University Intramurals to enhance the lives of AU community members in positive and productive ways while promoting the value of fair play and a healthy lifestyle.

Directors

Kylor Berkman – Alumni 249

Sean Gant – Alumni LL11

Questions can be directed to imsports@aurora.edu

How to Join Us

Joining, playing and competing in intramural sports is as easy as showing up! Take a look at our calendar (located outside the Cafe or in the Spartan Spot) and simply come to the first day of any offering.
If you already have a team, print off the registration form and have each of your team members listed with their student ID numbers. If you don't have a team, don't worry, we will have house teams or assign you to one on the first night.
 
During that first day you will sign a waiver, turn in your team rosters and there will be a captain's meeting. Then you're all set! Game schedules will be sent out to captains and they will relay the message to their team members for the remaining games.

Fall Offerings – Deadline for Registration

One Day Events

Spikeball Raffle, September 5, 12-2:00 p.m. - Quad
Bags Raffle, September 6, 12-2:00 p.m. - Quad
Dodgeball Raffle, September 7, 12-2:00 p.m. - Quad
Flag Football Tournament, October 8, 9-11:00 a.m. - Vago Field Scoreboard

Multiple Week Leagues

Dodgeball, September 12, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
Wiffleball, September 13, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
Kickball, October 3, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
Wallyball, October 3, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
Badminton, October 4, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
3v3 Basketball, October 24, 9:30 p.m. - Gym
Handball, October 25, 9:30 p.m. - Gym

Eligibility

Who can play?

  • All currently enrolled students are eligible to participate in the AU Intramural Sports Program. Students must be enrolled in the same semester as the intramural sport in which they wish to participate.
  • Employees of the university are eligible to compete in intramural sports activities.
  • Intramural sports are not limited to students living on campus. We strongly encourage commuter students to participate in all activities.
  • A player may only be on one roster during each intramural sport.

AU Athletes:

  • An athlete is any individual who is listed on the roster of any of the AU sports teams.
  • No more than three (3) athletes may be on an Intramural Sports team roster that correspond to the sport in which they are a member.
  • Athletes that are in season may not participate in the sport that they are a member of while they are in season. (i.e. Basketball players that are in season may not play in Intramural Sports basketball if it is provided during their season.)

Intramural Code of Conduct:

  • All players should display sportsmanlike conduct at all times. Remember that intramurals is provided to have fun, so please keep this in mind. However, in the event of any unsportsmanlike conduct these guidelines will be followed.
    • First warning: Any individual who exhibits unsportsmanlike conduct, such as rough play, obnoxious behavior, excessive profanity, or any other behavior that inhibits orderly play
    • Final warning: Any individual who repeats the conduct listed above will no longer be able to play for the remainder of the game
  • All warnings will be recorded, and reported. If a player has had two final warnings throughout play, he/she will be excluded from the remainder of scheduled games.

Captain's Meetings

  • Attendance at the captains’ meeting is MANDATORY for all activities and will be the Thursday prior to league start in the gym lobby.
  • FINAL ROSTERS ARE DUE AT THIS MEETING.
  • A team representative must be present at this meeting.
  • Failure to attend this meeting will result in an automatic forfeit of that team from that sport in its entirety.
  • Captains will be responsible for reading and understanding all intramural sports rules for that particular event and relaying that info to their teammates.
  • Misunderstandings of the rules could lead to problems within the event, and ultimately disqualifying the team as a whole.