In lieu of our captain’s meeting, we’re having captains review our Captain’s Quiz Study Guide and then take a quick 10 question quiz. 90% is required to receive credit. Credit for the quiz is required for teams to have eligibility for the playoffs and to receive one game reschedule request for the season.
Get started by reviewing the below study guide.
- Monday through Friday
- 10:00am to 4:00pm
- The Intramural Sports Office is located on the
second floor of the Recreational Sports Facility.
- Contact: (510) 643-6822 | email@example.com
Personal health insurance is strongly recommended for all participants.
In the event of an injury, the Intramural Sports Program, Recreational Sports, and University of California will not cover payment for treatment.
Look for schedule changes and correct posting of scores and FairPlay ratings. You won’t necessarily be notified of changes by email.
Read the Intramural Sports Handbook.
No alcohol, drugs or tobacco products are allowed at Intramural Sports sites before, during or after Intramural Sports activities. Intramural Sports Staff reserves the right to restrict play or eject anyone suspected of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Intramural Sports will report participants suspected of being under the influence to the Office of Student Conduct.
following two categories:
- Cal Students with the Cal Rec Club (CRC)
Student Membership ($10/semester)
- Cal Rec Club (CRC) Members
- Review eligibility requirements for Divisions and
Levels. (Club Sport requirements, etc.)
- Participants whose membership expires or are
suspended from play WILL NOT be able to signin
until they are again eligible.
- Using ineligible players on your team will result in
a forfeit (ineligible for playoffs).
High Performance Athlete
Contact the Intramural Office if you have a current (or former) D1 athlete or Sport Club member.
For Sport Club players, we consider them “part of the team” if:
- The player in question is on the club roster
- The player in question plays in any official sport clubs match, exhibition or scrimmage – even if they are just “trying out”
Individuals may only participate on one Open team, one CoRec team, one Women’s team, and one Fraternity team per sport. When multiple levels exist – individuals may only participate at a single level.
For example: In basketball, an individual may compete on a Open Comp or REC team, a CoRec team, and a Fraternity team but not on two Open,
CoRec, or Fraternity teams.
- PENALTY: Any team using an ineligible player will forfeit all games in which the ineligible player participated. Forfeiture of a game precludes a team from entering or advancing through the
playoffs. In addition, players violating this provision shall be
suspended for two games from both teams for which they play.
identification at all games – every week. Failure to provide an acceptable form of identification will result in not being allowed to
participate in Intramural Sports on that day.
Acceptable forms of identification include:
- Cal Student ID
- Cal Rec Club (CRC) Card (Staff ID for most)
At no time will a participant be allowed to participate without showing one of these two forms of identification. No exceptions!
After signing the waiver, a sticker will be placed on their Cal Student ID or CRC Membership Card. The sticker is valid for the 11-12 academic year.
Rosters & Schedules
For individuals to be eligible for a game, the adds and changes must be done at 4PM the day before your scheduled game.
ONLY individuals with eligible CRC membership can be added to a roster.
New players may be added to a roster through the IMOnline system prior to the end of the last regular-season game. Once the regular season is over, no new participants may be added to a Team Roster.
A participant is considered on your Team Roster if he or she is added to the Team Roster -whether or not he or she actually participated in a game.
Once your Team Roster limit is reached, you will be unable to add any new participants. For any special circumstances, please visit the Intramural Office on the 2nd floor of the RSF.
Roster Limits by Sport
- Basketball (5-on-5): 12 roster spots
- Basketball (3-on-3): 4 roster spots
- Dodgeball: 12 roster spots
- Flag Football: 12 roster spots
- Indoor Soccer / Speed Soccer: 12 roster spots
- Softball: 18 roster spots
- Ultimate: 12 roster spots
- Volleyball (Sixes): 12 roster spots
Automatic Losses, Forfeits, & Reschedules
If your team absolutely cannot participate in a scheduled contest, as a courtesy to your opponents, you MUST notify the Intramural Sports Office by requesting an Automatic Loss or Reschedule using the appropriate form.
You MUST have attended the Captains Meeting to request a reschedule
- Thursday 2:00pm for a Sunday game
- Thursday 2:00pm for a Monday game
- Friday 2:00pm for a Tuesday game
- Monday 2:00pm for a Wednesday game
- Tuesday 2:00pm for a Thursday game
- Wednesday 2:00pm for a Sunday game
- Wednesday 2:00pm for a Monday game
- Thursday 2:00pm for a Tuesday game
- Friday 2:00pm for a Wednesday game
- Monday 2:00pm for a Thursday game
An automatic loss does not eliminate a team from the playoffs.
If neither team is present and ready to play at the scheduled game time with a minimum number of eligible players, both teams receive automatic losses.
The minimum number of eligible players varies by sport.
Refer to the Intramural Sports Handbook for the minimum number of eligible players for each sport.
A team must start with the minimum number of eligible players as stated in the rules for the sport or a forfeit is declared.
A forfeit makes a team ineligible for playoff competition.
If both teams do not have the minimum number of eligible players to start or finish a game, both teams receive a forfeit.
Exception: In CoRec play, only the minimum number of eligible players (regardless of gender) is required to avoid a forfeit. However, an
automatic loss will still be declared.
If a final decision regarding rain has not been made, prepare your team to play. Officials will make a final decision on site. Every effort will be made to contact the Team Manager when games are postponed on site and after business hours.
Playoffs & Rating Socres
Refer to the posted playoff brackets after week 2 to find out the number playoff teams per sport.
- Head to Head between tied teams
- Rating Score
- Coin Flip
Your team’s rating score is determined by averaging the amount of bonus points your team receives for each game. Bonus points are
awarded in four categories: Wins, FairPlay, Offense, and Defense. Review the ratings sheet for your sport on our IM Rating System page
Learn more about the FairPlay Ratings as well.
within the Intramural Sports Handbook.
For player-eligibility protests, you must:
- Make the Site Supervisor or Head Official on duty aware of an eligibility protest BEFORE the respective player enters and participates in a game.
- Make the opposing Team Manager and suspected ineligible player aware of an eligibility protest BEFORE the respective player enters and participates in a contest.
- Give your opponent an opportunity to correct the problem.
Team’s give up their right to protest player eligibility after the suspected ineligible player participates against them.
- Protest must be made to a Game Official before the next “live ball” situation.
- At that time, the reason for the protest must be provided to the Game Official.
- Protests must involve a misapplication or misinterpretation of a playing rule.
- A Protest Form must be submitted by 5:00 pm the next business day.
Once play has resumed, no protests on past plays are allowed. Games protested will be completed under protest.
Exception for Playoff Protests: Due to time constraints during the playoff season, Intramural Sports Staff will decide interpretive protests on site. The decision of Intramural Sports Staff is final and may not be appealed.
Follow up with an official Protest Form. Submit the form to the Intramural Sports Office by 5:00PM of the next business day. A $10 processing fee is required for each Protest Form that is filed. Your $10 processing fee will be refunded if your protest is upheld.
Underhill Field is located on College Avenue between Channing and Haste Streets.
Underhill Field is reserved for the exclusive use of UCB students, faculty and staff. To access the field, you’ll need to use your Cal ID card at the access gate.
Street parking and local paid lots. All bikes must be parked outside Underhill Field
- NO Unauthorized Vehicles
- NO Food or Beverages (Water OK)
- NO Smoking or tobacco products
- NO Nuts and seed shells
- NO Gum
- NO Shoes with Metal Spikes
- NO Pets or Other Animals
- NO Bikes, Skateboards, Skates or Scooters
- NO Glass Containers