About IM Sports

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Contact LMU Intramural Sports Office

Intramural Sports Director: Raamen Bass

Intramural Sports Managers: Matthew Novotny & Matthew Lorenz

FAQs About LMU Intramural Sports

What are Intramurals?

The Intramural Sports program at Loyola Marymount University is structured to provide currently enrolled students, faculty and staff (and alumni in summer only) the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitive and recreational sports activities. Intramurals features short term, on-campus competition in traditional [and some not-so-traditional] sports.

How do I know what sports are being offered and when to register?

Simply check out the current Intramural Sports Schedule online, or see the display area on the first floor of the Burns Recreation Center. Check the schedule for sport listings and entry deadlines. You can also get a copy of the semester's offerings at the flyer tower next to the front desk of Burns Recreation Center or from the Intramural Sports Office in the second floor of Burns Recreation Center.

How do I sign up for Intramurals?

To enter an Intramural Sport, follow the registration instructions found on the Intramural Sports LEO Portal (lmu.edu/lmuexponline and search "Intramural Sports"). Click the green "Join Now" button in the top right corner, then click on the "Files" tab at the top of the homepage. Click "Registration Instructions" and follow instructions for complete registration. Additionally, you must submit a $60 forfeit deposit for all team sports that have a season. Pick up a sport flyer with all the information at the front desk of the Burns Recreation Center. You can sign up for three different types of leagues: Single-gender (Men's and Women's), Open (Co-Rec), or Residence Hall. You can also sign up as a free agent, and look for a team to pick you up as a player.

What does it cost to play Intramurals?

Participation in the Intramural Sports program is free of charge. However, each team [participating in a season sport] must pay a $60 forfeit deposit that is refundable if that team goes through the entire regular season of competition without forfeiting a contest. Each team has until 2 weeks after the end of playoff competition to claim its deposit. If the forfeit deposit is not claimed, it will be deposited into the Campus Recreation general account to go back into the program. No forfeit deposit is required for tournaments.

What Intramural Sports do you have?

All Intramural Sports offered (for the semester) by the Department of Campus Recreation are listed on the Intramural Sports schedule. If you do not see the sport that you are looking for, then we do not currently offer it or we offer it in another semester. If there is a sport/activity that you would like to see offered, please contact the Intramural Sports office and we will see if we can fulfill your request. For more information on Intramural Sports, call (310) 568-6623.