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Intramural Sports

Get into your game and share your passion for sports and recreational activities with people who feel the same enthusiasm.


The UNLV Intramural Sports Program provides UNLV students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to participate in a variety of organized, competitive activities throughout each academic year. Activities are organized on both a team and individual basis with opportunities to compete against likeminded teams/participants within specialty conferences (Ex. Men’s Residence Hall or Women’s Greek Conferences).


For all Intramural Sports events, the program assumes absolutely no responsibility for injuries related to participation. It is the individual’s responsibility to ascertain whether their health may be adversely affected by participating in any physical activity. All participants are recommended to obtain personal health insurance. 

How to register for an IMLeagues account

All intramural participants will be required to create an account on IMLeagues.com.

To create an IMLeagues account: **Note** IMLeagues offers a live support button in the top right corner of all pages, please use this button if you encounter any difficulties.

  1. Go to IMLeagues UNLV page or go to IMLeagues website and click Create Account
  2. Enter your information, and use your School email (@UNLV.edu, @UNLV.Nevada.edu) and submit.
  3. You will be sent an activation email, click the link in the email to login and activate your IMLeagues account.
  4. You should be automatically joined to your school – If not you can search schools by clicking the “Schools” link.

How to sign up for an intramural sport

  1. Log in to your IMLeagues.com account.
  2. Click the Create/Join Team button at the top right of your User Homepage page or Click on the “UNLV” link to go to your school’s homepage on IMLeagues.
  3. The current sports will be displayed, click on the sport you wish to join.
  4. Choose the league you wish to play in (CoRec , Men’s/Open, Men’s Greek, Women’s Open)
  5. Choose the division you’d like to play in (Monday 5PM, Tuesday 5PM, etc.)
  6. You can join the sport one of three ways:
    1. Create a team (For team captains) - Captains can invite members to their team by clicking the “Invite Members” link on the team page. Any invited members must accept the invitation to be joined to your team.
      • If they’ve already registered on IMLeagues: search for their name, and invite them
      • If they haven’t yet registered on IMLeagues: scroll down to the “Invite by Email Address” box, and input their email address.
    2. Join a team
      • Use the Create/Join Team Button at top right of the page
      • Accepting a request from the captain to join his team
      • Finding the team and captain name on division/league page and requesting to join
      • Going to the captain’s player card page, viewing their team, and requesting to join
    3. Join as a Free Agent
      • You can list yourself as a free agent in as many divisions within a league as you’d like. You will be visible to all members of the site and can request to join teams, or post information about yourself so teams can request to add you to their team.
Spring 2023 Intramural Sports schedule
League League Cost (per team) Registration Deadline Games Begin
5v5 Basketball $50 01/26 (11PM) 01/30
Outdoor Soccer $50 01/26 (11PM) 01/30
Volleyball $50 03/23 (11PM) 03/27
4v4 Flag Football $25 03/23 (11PM) 03/27


A cancellation is defined as a team representative contacting Intramural Sports Professional Staff that they will be unable to make a scheduled game with at least 24 hours business notice.

A forfeit is defined as either;

  • A team representative contacting Intramural Sports Professional Staff with less than 24 hours business notice that their team will not be able to make a scheduled game. This will be referred to as a “standard forfeit”.
  • A team not showing up to a scheduled game with no prior communication made to Intramural Sports Professional Staff. A “no show forfeit” will result in a Sportsmanship Rating deduction with score of1.

All teams in an Intramural Sports League will be entitled to one cancellation per event. A cancellation will come with no penalty to the team although the team may end up playing one-two less games than other teams in the league depending on scheduling availability. All teams that forfeit will be subject to a $25 forfeit fee if they would like to be reinstated in the league. While this forfeit fee is optional, teams will not be scheduled again unless the forfeit fee is paid and any games that were already scheduled at the time of the forfeit for the team in question will be cancelled unless the forfeit fee is paid with 48 hours of the team’s next scheduled game. A combination of 2 cancellations and forfeits will result in automatic removal of the team from the specific Intramural League in question.

  • Example of a cancellation - Team A is scheduled for a basketball game Thursday, 10/10 at 9 p.m. Team A captain contacts Intramural Professional Staff on Monday, 10/7 saying they will not be able to make the scheduled game.
  • Example of a standard forfeit - Team B is scheduled for a football game Wednesday, 9/20 at 7 p.m. Team B captain contacts Intramural Professional Staff on the day of the game at 2 p.m. saying they will not have enough players to play. Team B will need to pay the $25 forfeit fee to remain in the league, but their Sportsmanship Rating will not be effected.
  • Example of a no show forfeit - Team C is scheduled for an indoor soccer game on Tuesday, 11/4 at 8 p.m. Not enough Team C players are present at 8:10 to play the game, resulting in a no show forfeit. Team C will need to pay the $25 forfeit fee to remain in the league and receive a Sportsmanship Rating of 1.
  • Excellent Conduct and Sportsmanship – Team members cooperate fully with the officials and opposing team members. The captain calmly converses with officials about rule interpretation and calls. The captain also has full control of his/her teammates.
  • Good Conduct and Sportsmanship – Team members verbally complain about some decisions made by the officials and/or show minor dissension but overall, the captain has control over his/her teammates and/or spectators. Teams that receive a penalty for conduct (ex: unsportsmanlike penalties, technical fouls, yellow cards, etc) will receive no higher than a “4” rating.
  • Average Conduct and Sportsmanship – Team displays verbal dissent towards officials and/or the opposing team. Captain exhibits minor control over his/her teammates and/or spectators. Teams receiving multiple conduct penalties (ex: unsportsmanlike penalties, technical fouls, yellow cards, etc) will receive no higher than a “3” rating.
  • Poor Conduct and Sportsmanship – Teams constantly comment to the officials and/or opposing team from the court and/or sidelines. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates, spectators, and/or himself/herself. A team that has one player ejected will receive no higher than a “2” rating.
  • Unacceptable Conduct and Sportsmanship – Team is completely uncooperative. Captain has no control over teammates and/or himself/herself. Any team causing a game to be forfeited by unsportsmanlike behavior, or receives multiple player ejections shall receive a “1” rating. The captain of any team receiving a “1” rating (during the regular season) must make an appointment with the Intramural Sports Coordinator before further play will be permitted.

*Spectator conduct can have a negative impact on a team’s Sportsmanship Rating.

Each sport is separated into at least one of four league types: Men’s (M), Women’s (W), Co-Rec (CR), and/or Open (O).

All league offerings will have a mandatory Captain's Meeting. This meeting will be held in the SRWC Wet Classroom and is required in addition to the registration process on IMLeagues. Any teams not represented at the Captain's Meeting by a team member will result in a reduction to a team’s sportsmanship score unless prior accommodations have been made.

Individual Sports

Often scheduled over shorter period of time (a couple days rather than weeks) set up in round robin format with a knockout tournament at the conclusion, challenge and compete against peers in events. Events are held both fall and spring semesters. Learn more about each sport/event. Not all sports are offered every semester/year.

  • Self-Officiated Racquetball
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Team Sports

These may be offered more than once per academic year if interest and participation is high. They are often scheduled over a period of weeks with leagues set up in round robin format with a knockout tournament at the conclusion. Events are held both fall and spring semesters.

  • Flag Football
  • Volleyball
  • Indoor Soccer
  • Basketball
  • 4v4 Flag Football
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Zachary Wallace
Program Coordinator for Intramural Sports

Facundo Bentancourt
Graduate Assistant for Intramural and Sport Clubs

Leslie Valadez
Graduate Assistant for Sport Clubs and Intramurals Sports