Intramural Sports

Intramural sports are organized recreational activities that allow students/faculty/staff the opportunity to become actively involved in a variety of team and individual sports, regardless of skill level or experience. They are designed to provide a safe, fun, and structured environment, with both traditional and non-traditional offerings. Leagues and tournaments are set up throughout the Fall and Spring semesters, with all games played between teams/individuals from within the university. 

Champions in each sport will receive a highly coveted Intramural Champion t-shirt! If you are looking for a way to get involved on campus with minimal commitment, make sure to participate in the program!

Top teams/participants in flag football, volleyball, basketball, and softball are eligible to compete in the Louisiana Collegiate Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (LCIRSA) State Championships each year.

How to Create/Join An Intramural Team 

If you are new to intramurals, check out sign up instructions for information on how to create an account (it's quick and easy!).

The INTRAMURAL SPORTS SCHEDULE lists the offerings for the current semester, along with other important information for registering your team. Teams must be signed up by the entry deadline to participate (no team fees are currently required).

All intramural captains/rules meetings will be held prior to the start of a sport. Teams that are new to the intramural program must have a representative in attendance at the captains/rules meeting for the sport entered (other team representatives are welcome to attend). Rules, schedules, and other pertinent information will be addressed during these meetings.


Leagues will offer a regular season followed by a single elimination playoff tournament for all qualifying teams. The number of games and length of the season will be determined by the number of entries. Teams that win a league sport will receive intramural champion t-shirts.

Tournaments will typically last 1-2 nights depending on the number of teams that enter (single or double elimination formats will be used). Teams/individuals that win a tournament sport will receive intramural champion t-shirts.

Become an Official

Officiating is a great way to make some extra money, meet new friends, develop leadership skills, or just become involved on campus. No experience is necessary, but you should have basic understanding/knowledge of the sport(s) you are interested in. Training is provided at the officials clinics which are mandatory in order to officiate. Make sure to attend the clinic for the sport(s) you are interested in. Follow the link to and sign up to become an official!

Additional Resources

Email Dale O'Neill or call (504) 865-3622 for additional information about intramural sports.