Various intramural leagues and tournaments are offered in
the Fall and Spring semesters. Full descriptions of sports currently
offered are listed below, as well as the rules of play. Students are encouraged
to contact the Recreational Sports Department if they would like to see a
program or a sport added to the Intramural schedule.
Basketball is arguably one of our most popular IM Sports at
USF so it is offered year round. Individuals have the option of participating
in women's, men's undergraduate, men's graduate, and/or CoRec (men & women)
5v5 Rules (coming soon!)
The IM Sports program offers year round opportunities for
individuals to participate in both indoor and outdoor soccer. Indoor soccer is
typically played 5v5 and both CoRec competitive and recreational leagues are
offered. Outdoor soccer is played on the weekends on Negoesco Field and men’s
and co-ed (recreational) leagues are typically offered, play style is 6v6.
Indoor Soccer Rules
Outdoor Soccer Rules
Indoor Volleyball is also offered year round and is typically set up as a co-ed league (teams must have at least one female player on the court at all times). Leagues are typically played 6v6 and are set up to run at times opposite the Club Volleyball Team’s practice schedule.
Indoor Volleyball Rules
Dodgeball is also offered year round and is played in Hagan Gym. Co-ed (recreational) and Men’s leagues are offered. The format is typically 6v6.
Flag Football is played 7v7 on Negoesco field on the
weekends. Flag leagues are usually set up as ‘open’ and can be played with any
combination of women and men.
Flag Football Rules (FULL VERSION)
Flag Football Rules (Abbreviated VERSION)
Badminton is played in the spring semester. The
league format is doubles but teams are allowed to have up to four people on
their roster to account for scheduling conflicts and the like. Racquets and
shuttlecocks are provided. Leagues are scheduled at times opposite the Club Badminton Team's practice schedule.
Badminton Rules (coming soon!)
Indoor Kickball – Kickball is typically played using the "Over the Line" format that does not include actual base running, but fielding the ball as kickers attempt to kick the ball past specific yardages on the court that result in singles, doubles, triples, and home runs. Leagues are “open” (no gender specifications for participation). Based on the number of teams that register we will either set this up as a league sport, or a double elimination bracket tournament.