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The Department of Student Involvement is dedicated to facilitating sports leagues for students, faculty, and staff, in both the fall and spring semesters.

The intramural program is managed by dedicated students committed to providing an enjoyable experience. Teams are often composed of friends from community halls, academic departments, Fraternity and Sororities, and other student groups.

Basketball

Challenge your friends to a game on the hard wood courts of the Fitness & Wellness Center this winter.  Teams of five compete in regulation basketball with two – 20 minute halves of fast-paced exciting action complete with officials and scorekeepers.  This sport fills up fast, so sign up!

Billiards

Challenge your friends to a game on the table! Located in Springs Student Center, competitive games of pool will be played with, either, singles or doubles! Games are scheduled at your convenience with you competitor.

Dodgeball

Games are played in the Springs Student Center gym. Teams must have a minimum of 5 to begin play and can play with 6. Games will be scheduled on the half hour. There will be a running clock of 20 minutes. Teams will play as many games of dodgeball possible in 20 minutes. The team with the most wins at the end of 20 minutes is the winner. There will be an official present.

Flag Football

Pass or run your way to the end zone for six all-the-while dodging opponents who are desperately trying to pull your flag.  This non-contact sport allows players of all abilities, and sizes, to play football at the collegiate level.  Teams play on a 40 x 100 yard field with 4 – 20 yard “zones” that represent first downs.  Each team has 6 eligible receivers on offense and one quarterback who is perpetually in shotgun mode.  Remember in this sport it’s not about who has the fastest receivers, it’s who completes the most efficient passes.  There are no fumbles so feel free to pitch the ball as many times as you want.

Giant Kickball

Played 6 v 6 in the Springs Student Center basketball court this fast-paced game will surely fill your need for adrenaline-laced competition.  This action-packed game lends itself to offense, offense and more offense.  Teams compete in two halves on a court surrounded by matted walls.  The ball stays in-bounds almost constantly with little to stop it but a catcher and a ceiling.

Sand Volleyball

Take of your shoes and feel the sand between your toes at the Springs Volleyball court.  Teams of four compete in the best two out of three games to see who is king or queen of the court.  Games are played to 25 with rally scoring format and shoes are of course optional.  Bring your best game and maybe a little sunscreen for those sunny evenings!

Soccer

Teams play 7 v 7 on an 80yd x 50yd field with no offside violations.  All other rules are the same as traditional recreational soccer with unlimited substitutions at any stoppage.  Two referees supervise the game.

Co-ed Softball

Get your 9 of your best friends, bring a glove, and come to the Intramural Fields for some softball fun.  10 players defend the diamond from batters who are hitting softballs all over the field.  Opponents must pitch underhand so there is no shortage of offense in this game.

Table Tennis

Battle against some of PC’s best ping pong players at Springs Student Center.  This double-elimination event allows competitors of all skills to show their might on the Campus Recreation tables.  Games are played to 21 win by 2.

Ultimate Frisbee

Games are played on the Intramural Fields. Teams must play with a maximum of 7 on the field and minimum of 6 to begin play. All games are self-officiated with a site manager present to keep score and time. Discs are provided by Springs Student Center for play.

Referee

Interested in Refereeing at PC? Think you know your sports? Email Daniel Adams, Director of Student Involvement and Campus Recreation @ dmadams@presby.edu to find out more.