General Intramural Sports Information
Intramural Sports are the most popular extracurricular activity on campus and is a great way to meet new people, reconnect with friends, continue playing the sports you have grown to love, or try a new activity you've never played before. NMU Rec Sports offers team, dual and individual leagues in which participants compete for the coveted intramural champion t-shirt. You can organize your own team or utilize the free agent list in hopes of getting picked up by another team looking for more players.
You don’t have to be a great athlete to create lasting athletic memories and great times as a member of an NMU intramural team. Each semester NMU Recreational Sports accepts suggestions of sports of interest to NMU students, faculty and staff, and Marquette community members.
The sport selection for fall/winter is as follows:
Fall 2014 Sports
|Flag Football||View Rules|
|Ultimate Frisbee||View Rules|
|Zombie Dodgeball *NEW*||View Rules|
|Battleship H2O||View Rules|
|Spikeball *NEW*||View Rules|
|Innertube Water Polo||View Rules
Winter 2015 Sports
|Dodgebee *NEW*||View Rules (coming soon)|
|Ice Hockey||View Rules|
|Battleship H2O||View Rules|
|Indoor Soccer||View Rules|
Registrations will be accepted online through midnight of the deadline date listed on our schedules and results page. Leagues that have a team limit will be clearly listed on the schedules page so please make sure to register your team prior to the deadline date in order to be included in the league.
Team Sportsmanship Guidelines, click here.
Team members must have a valid NMU recreation membership to be eligible to participate in scheduled activities. Day passes and punch cards are NOT accepted as a valid membership. Community recreation members must be at least 16 years of age. Students who are found to be participating without a current recreation pass will be automatically charged the semester rate of $70.00 to their student account. Teams may enter with the on-line entry form or in person at the Rec Sports Office, PEIF 126.
A note to team managers:
The intramural manager’s information will be sent via e-mail. It will be the manager’s responsibility to read the information and relay the information to the remainder of the team. Manager's will need to communicate via e-mail or phone with the intramural director regarding game schedules, disputes, ejections, etc.
Please note that each sport has an established day(s) that each league will play. Teams must be available to play from 6 p.m. - midnight on those day(s). There are no exceptions to this policy. We do ask for your preferred game times and will do our best to schedule the majority of your games within those times on the days of the league.
Looking for a job? Apply to become an intramural official. Officials are provided quality hands-on experience on and off the court in areas developing skills in conflict resolution, team building, time management, communication, and leadership in a fun and exciting atmosphere with flexible hours.
Please contact us with your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 227-2519 or stop by the Rec Sports Office located at PEIF Office 126 during open office hours.