Recreational Sports Programs

Current Intramural Programs

Fall 2016

Winter quarter information coming soon.

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League Sports

Sport Entry Deadline Play Begins Entry Fee*
October 5, 5:00 p.m. October 10 $75/team
Flag Football
(M, CR)
October 5, 5:00 p.m. October 10 $75/team
6′ & Under Basketball
(M, W)
October 5, 5:00 p.m. October 10 $75/team
Bowling @ the HUB
October 13, 5:00 p.m. October 17 $25/team; $20/week
November 8, 5:00 p.m. November 14 $50/team

*Prices include sales tax where applicable.

Tournaments/Special Events

Tournament/Special Event Entry Deadline Play Begins Entry Fee*
3-on-3 Soccer
(M, Open)
October 5, 5:00 p.m. October 10 $50/team
(M, W, CR)
October 12, 5:00 p.m. October 14 $10/singles; $15/doubles
Swim Meet
(M, W, CR)
October 17, 5:00 p.m. October 19 $10/person

*Prices include sales tax where applicable.

  • Entries for all intramural programs are available online using the Register Here button above. You must log in using your UWNet ID to register. Entries must be submitted by the date and time specified above. Entries are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis, spaces are limited.
  • Once you pay for your entry fee online then you will be able to add your team to
  • Check the Programs & Rules page for a full list of offerings this year divided up by quarter.

Competitive Division Information

Brief descriptions of the various levels of competition are outlined below. It is up to the participant to choose the division that best meets their individual needs and skills. Divisions apply to Men’s, Women’s, Co-Rec (gender specific rules or player ratio requirements vary by sport), and Open (no gender specific rules or player ratio requirements, recreational in nature) competition and will be offered based upon interest. The intramural staff reserves the right to place teams or individuals in the appropriate competitive division. The goal of this system is to have players seek competition at their own ability levels so that players of lesser skill can, and will, participate and enjoy some measure of success. Thus, novice players are welcomed and encouraged to participate in intramural activities. It may be necessary to combine divisions or classes in the case of limited entries.

Team Sports

Rainier Division: This is a recreational division and applies to all sports. It offers a less competitive environment for teams that desire to participate in a more relaxed atmosphere. Competition is open to undergraduate students only, unless an Olympic Division is not offered.

Olympic Division: This is a recreational division and applies to Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer, Softball and Volleyball. Competition is open to graduate students and faculty/staff members only. Undergraduate students may be permitted to participate in this division with permission from the Intramural Coordinator.

Cascade Division: This division is offered for teams seeking a high level of competition (ex. Former high school varsity athletes) and is offered for most sports. Faculty/staff and graduate students may participate in this division.

Individual & Dual Sports

Class A: For individuals who possess advanced skills (high school varsity), have experience in competitive play or have previously won a Class B tournament.

Class B: For individuals who possess intermediate skills, have some competitive experience or have won a Class C tournament.

Class C: For novices with no tournament experience, or with less than one year playing experience.

Intramural Handbook

Intramural Sports Membership

UW Seattle/Bothell/Tacoma students, faculty/staff and spouses/DP must have a current IMA Membership to participate in all indoor sports. If you are participating in an outdoor sport and do not have an IMA Membership then you may purchase an Intramural Sports Membership. This $25/quarter membership is valid for OUTDOOR SPORTS ONLYPurchase your quarterly intramural sports membership or renew your intramural sports membership online now.