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Intramurals

Intramurals

Intramural sports are offered at McNeese as a fun, competitive way for students to relieve stress and stay healthy. No matter your experience level or athleticism it is a great social opportunity for all. We offer individual and team sports such as volleyball, flag football, basketball, softball, table tennis, badminton and more.


How it works: Self-made teams are formed and a manager is assigned. Teams or individuals then compete against other teams or individuals. Divisions may be Men's, Women's or Co-ed.

Requirements:
  • Must be a McNeese State University student with six or more hours
  • May not participate in an Intramural sport if they have played or lettered in that particular Division I NCAA sport (ex. if you play on the McNeese Cowboy football team you cannot play intramural flag football - includes walk-ons and redshirts).

Our office is located on the 2nd floor of the Rec, above the weight room. For more information call 475-5367.

McNeese State University
Recreation Intramural Complex
Fall 2013 Schedule



 September 1-7
• Sept. 2: Labor dTeam poses on fielday Holiday no events
• Sept 3-5: Water Polo Tournament
• Sept 4: Intramural staff meeting - volleyball @ 3:00 pm

September 8-14
• September 10: Table Tennis Tournament
• September 9: Volleyball Begins (ends October 10)

September 15-21
• Intramural Volleyball
• Sept 18: Managers Meeting - Flag football @ 3:00 pm

 September 22-28
• Intramural Volleyball
• Sept. 25: Intramural Staff meeting - flag football @ 3:00 pm

September 30 - November 7

Flag Football (Must pre-register before September 23). 

October 21-24

Volleyball tournament


October 31 - Indoor soccer begins (Pre-registration starts Oct. 24)
Team plays volleyball
November 5-6
Horseshoes

November 11-14
Flag Football Tournament

November 21-24
LCIRSA State Tournament for Volleyball and Flag Football

Participation in Intramural Sports activities is completely voluntary.  These activities involve risks of physical injury greater than those encountered in daily life, and by taking part in sports and other activities participants acknowledge and assume risks inherent therein.

The Intramural Sports Program does not carry accident or injury insurance to cover participants in sports activities.  All participants and spectators are responsible for their own medical expenses!!  Therefore, all participants are strongly urged to purchase health insurance before participating in any activity. It is recommended that all participants have a recent medical examination before participating.