Spikeball Tournament


The sport of round net is played 2 vs 2, with a taut hula hoop-sized Spikeball net placed between the teams. A player starts a point by serving the ball down on the net so it ricochets up at his opponents. They have up to three hits between them (just like Volleyball) to control the ball and bounce it back off the net.  Open (no gender specific rules or player ratio requirements and is recreational in nature) 3-game pool play followed by a single elimination tournament for all teams without a forfeit during league play.


$30.00 per team


Tuesday, July 3, 2018 @ 5:00pm


Play begins the week of July 9.  

Games will be scheduled from 5:00pm through 7:00pm, for Monday and Tuesday leagues.  Teams should be prepared to play at any of these times but will be allowed to sign-up for preferred times during the preliminary round robin schedule. 


Team captains must register and pay for their team prior to the deadline at Changes to the roster must be made prior to the last Wednesday of the regular season before the start of playoffs at will be taken on-line on a first come first serve basis beginning June 25th. Rosters are limited to 4 players per team. Entries will be accepted after the deadline if space is available. The seeding of teams into the playoffs will be determined by league standings with various divisions tiered by win-loss records.  Teams will be able to select their first round playoffs games on

  • All current full-time matriculated UW Seattle students and anyone with an IMA membership are eligible. Membership information can be found here.
  • Outdoor Participation Membership available to current faculty/staff and summer students in lieu of a full IMA membership.  For more details go here.

Players may participate on only one open team. 

Check the Intramural Sports Handbook for additional eligibility requirements.


Spikeball Tournament


Intramural Handbook


The free agent program assists in helping individuals to become participants on teams even if they don’t know enough people on campus to form a team.  All it takes is signing up on a free agent roster on and attending the free agent meeting.


Thursday, , at 4:00PM, Lounge, IMA Building. The meeting agenda will include the following topics: player eligibility, schedule information, protest procedures, rules review, and other important information that team captains are responsible for knowing. Team captains are asked to take the on-line quiz at covering program policies and league rules captains are responsible for knowing. Captains may elect to attend the meeting if they choose to. The meeting is expected to last 30-45 minutes.


Members of the championship teams in each division will receive Intramural Championship T-shirts.