What Are Intramural Sports?
Intramurals Sports are designed to engage the campus community in various sports throughout the academic year. The sports provide competition on campus for the recreational and competitive athlete. For more information about playing, please check the FAQ’s.
Fall 2017 Schedule
Sport (Division) Registration Period Play Begins Fee Managers Meeting Playoff Meeting Spikeball(O) Aug. 21 - Aug. 31 Aug. 31 FREE N/A N/A Flag Football (C,F.M,W) Aug. 21 - Sept. 4 Sept. 10 $60/Team Wed. Sept. 6, 5:00PM Fri. Oct. 6, 2:00PM Sand Volleyball(C,M,W) Aug. 21 - Sept. 4 Sept. 10 $40/Team Wed Sept. 6, 6:00PM Fri Oct 6, 3:00PM Inner Tube Water Polo(O) Aug 21 - Sept. 11 Sept. 16 FREE Wed, Sept. 13, 2:00PM N/A Tennis Singles Tournament(M,W) Aug. 21 - Sept. 20 Sept. 20 FREE N/A N/A Ping Pong Singles Tournament(M/W) Aug. 21 - Oct. 1 Oct. 1 $5/Participant N/A N/A Bowling League(O) TBD TBD $30/Team TBD TBD Indoor Soccer League (C,M,W) Aug. 21- Oct. 16 Oct. 22 $60/Team Wed, Oct. 18, 5:00PM Wed Nov 15, 5:00PM Volleyball(C,M,W) Aug. 21 - Oct. 16 Oct. 23 $60/Team Wed, Oct. 18, 4:00PM Wed Nov 15, 4:00PM 3 on 3 Basketball(M,W) Aug. 21 - Oct 16 Oct. 24 $40/Team Wed, Oct. 18, 6:00PM Wed Nov 15, 6:00PM Toilet
Oct. 16 - Oct. 23 Oct. 30 $30/Team Wed, Oct. 25, 5:00PM N/A
O = Open
C = Co-Rec
M = Men’s
W = Women’s
Bronco Championship Series
The Bronco Championship Series was developed to reward greek teams for participation, sportsmanship, and winning over the course of the year. Teams that maintain the same team name throughout the year will accumulate points as indicated in the guidelines. Greek teams earn points through having fraternity/sorority teams particpating in their respective leagues or signing up for an individual sports. The organization with the most points accumulated throughout the year will be declaired the Bronco Champoinship Series Champion!
For additiona information on how points will be awarded, please check out the Bronco Championship Series PDF.
Download the Manager’s Manual (PDF)
A team who fails to appear at their scheduled contest or is unable to produce enough players to field a team according to the rules of the involved sport will be assessed a forfeit. A 5-minute grace period from the scheduled starting time will be allowed before a forfeit is declared. The supervisor’s watch is the official time for all contests.
If a team is assessed a forfeit during team league play, the team manager will be fined a $30 forfeit fee. If a team is assessed a forfeit during tournament play, the team manager will be fined a $20 forfeit fee. The fee must be paid in full at the Service Desk. If the forfeit fee has not been paid within 30 days of the forfeit, the team manager’s Campus Recreation pass will be suspended until the fine is paid in full. A team’s second forfeit will result in a team being dropped from the league and postseason play.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are Intramural Sports?
A. Intramural sports are designed to engage the campus community in sports. You will have the opportunity to play in a league or tournament against other students, faculty, and staff.
Q. Who is eligible to play Intramural Sports?
A. Any current Boise State student, faculty/staff, spouses/partners, and alumni are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports, as long as they maintain a current Campus Recreation membership. Further guidelines are available for professional and collegiate athletes.
Q. How do I get a job with Intramural Sports? Do I need prior experience?
A.Start by filling out an application. No prior experience needed, just your enthusiasm for sports!
Q. How long does an intramural league last?
A. Each team plays one game per week for four weeks followed by the playoffs. A typical league last between five to six weeks long depending on far a team goes in the playoffs.