Intramural Sports


Co-ed sports offered each fall and winter semester include volleyball, soccer and basketball and are designed for current students and faculty/staff members of the Recreation Center. IM participation is FREE and allows individuals to set goals, socialize, participate in physical activity, improve their overall physical and mental well-being and, most importantly, HAVE FUN!

Winter 2019 Brochure (schedule, policies and more information)

League/Tournament Registration Deadline Play Begins
4v4 Co-ed Volleyball Jan 22 Mon, Jan 28
6v6 Co-ed Soccer Jan 22 Tues, Jan 29
5v5 Co-ed Basketball Jan 23 Wed, Jan 30
Badminton Tournament (Co-ed Doubles) Feb 14 Sun, Feb 17
Chess Tournament Feb 18 Thurs, Feb 21
Spikeball Tournament (Co-ed Doubles) Mar 14 Sun, Mar 17
NCAA Bracket Pick’em Contest Mar 21 Thurs, Mar 21


  • Students: To be eligible to participate in the Intramural Sports programs, students must be enrolled at UM-Flint during the appropriate semester when the sport is being played.
  • Faculty/Staff: May participate in the Intramural Sports programs if they are current Recreation Center members. At most, 25% of a team’s roster can be comprised of eligible Faculty/Staff. Eligible Faculty/Staff will not be eligible to participate in any NIRSA sponsored state or regional tournaments.

All IM sports participants must adhere to Recreation Center policies, including checking-in at the front counter with their MCard. Upon request, IM Sports participants will be required to show personal identification.  

How to Sign up

Build your own team or contact Ervin Leavy at (810) 762-3441 or email

One member of each team must serve as the team captain. League rules and format will be covered at a captains meeting. Individual and team registration will take place at the end of the meeting. Bring the names, telephone numbers and student ID numbers for all players to the team captains meeting.

Play schedules will be posted on the IM sports board, located near the check-out counter.

Sports Officiating

The Assistant Director of Intramural Sports is always seeking qualified officials. Basic qualifications required of Intramural Officials include thorough knowledge of rules, officiating mechanics, professionalism, poise and maturity. Officials are required to attend the captains meeting for each sport and a mandatory, hands-on clinic before the IM season begins. Officials are paid on a per-hour basis.

Interested individuals should contact Ervin Leavy, (810) 762-3441, or email