Intramural Sports

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The Department of Campus Recreation offers its students and employees a comprehensive individual and team intramural program. Intramurals are structured recreational and competitive sports and activities for individuals in the ETSU community. Competitions and activities are held in league, tournament, meet, and race format. Previous athletic experience is not a prerequisite for intramural participation.

Three different leagues are generally offered each semester. Flag football, volleyball and soccer are offered during the fall semester. Basketball, softball and a 4-on-4 flag football passing league are offered during the spring semester. Leagues for kickball, dodgeball, inner tube water polo, and ultimate frisbee have been added to the schedule. In addition to the team sports leagues, a number of individual and special events are held throughout the year.

The Intramural Centennial Cup was created in Fall 2010 as a way to highlight the year-long Centennial Celebration at ETSU and give intramural participants an opportunity to participate in a year-long competition. After the Centennial year, the Centennial Cup was renamed the Intramural Sports Cup. The concept of the IM Sports Cup is to allow teams to accumulate points for participating in multiple Intramural Sports throughout the Fall and Spring semesters with the Cup Champion being named at the end of the school year. There is a men’s division and a women’s division. 

The Intramural program is staffed by an Intramural Coordinator, Intramural Graduate Assistant, and student workers who serve in the capacity of game officials, game supervisors, and scorekeepers.

For additional information or intramural policies, please refer to the Intramural Handbook or contact us at .

Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to play intramurals?
Currently enrolled ETSU Students, faculty and staff (w/ Basler CPA access) are eligible to participate in intramurals. Spouse, Domestic Partner, and Dependent members are not eligible to participate. Participants must register for each sport prior to the specified deadline and present their valid ETSU ID card at the beginning of every game. Complete eligibility rules and policies are located in the Intramural Handbook.
How do I sign up to play intramurals?
In the Fall of 2008, ETSU was one of the first intramural program in the country to transition to Imleagues, a new online registration/scheduling system. Imleagues is a website specifically designed for college intramural departments. A few of Imleagues' features include online sign up and scheduling, customizable team and group pages, message boards, and much more. All intramural participants are required to create an account on Click here for more instructions on how to create your account and sign up for intramural events.
I am interested in playing intramurals, but when will my games be?
Games can be scheduled anytime between 4pm – 11pm Sunday – Thursday. Each day is broken into two sessions, an early (4-8) and a late (6-11) session. When a team registers for a league, they get to select the division (based on availability) that corresponds to the day and session that would like to participate in. There are usually 3-4 divisions offered for each league.
I'd like to work as an official or program assistant. What should I do?
The intramural program is always looking for students interested in working as intramural officials or program assistants. We accept APS, Federal Work Study and Regular Work Study applicants. We also accept applications from students who do not fall into a work study category. To apply, turn in a completed application  ATTN: Adam Knobloch) at the CPA front desk.


Staff Information

Assistant Director - Intramurals, Sport Clubs & Outdoor Rec Facilities
Adam Knobloch


Intramural Graduate Assistant
Laura Painter



Intramural Links

Intramural Registration
Intramural Handbook
Intramural Calendar

Twitter Link 

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