Intramural Sports offer opportunities for learning a new sport, improving existing
sport skills, playing for fun, and/or competing at various levels. Intramural Sports
features teams comprised of Towson University students, faculty/staff, and alumni,
competing against one another.
About Intramural Sports
The Intramural Sports program offers a unique opportunity for all members of the Towson
University community to participate together in sports leagues and tournaments. You
don't have to be an athlete to play; these recreational activities are for everyone.
Participants can choose to play at either the competitive or recreational level for
most sports. The Intramural Sports program offers three ways to participate:seasons,tournaments, andfree events. Please see below for descriptions of each type of event.
Intramural Sports Pass
Each individual participant is required to purchase an Intramural Sports Pass in order
to be eligible to participate in seasons and tournaments. An Intramural Sports Pass
is not required for participation in free events.
Each pass holder gains all-access to Intramural Sports activities, events, and programs.
Individuals that wish to play on multiple teams in a given year are encouraged to
purchase a Play Pass.
Looking for an a la carte option? Individuals can purchase a $10 Team Pass for each
team they would like to compete on. This pass is ideal for individuals only interested
in playing on a single team per semester. One Team Pass required per person, per team.
More information on the Intramural Sports Pass can be found by visiting our FAQs page.
Seasons: Typically, seasons are team sports that are offered as a four-week regular season
(each team plays once per week) followed by a single elimination playoff tournament.
Intramural Sports offers open, women's, and co-rec leagues, in both recreational and competitive
divisions. You can register a team, join an existing team, or participate as a free
Tournaments: These sports are offered as a single elimination tournament. Typically, the sport
is offered over a period of one or two days. Details for when the sport is offered
can be found on the IMLeagues website.
Free Events: This series of activities is designed to offer a less structured environment for
participants who are interested in being active and having fun. Participants are encouraged
to meet new friends, and potentially meet individuals to form a team with, all while
participating in a fun social atmosphere. Activities include: Welcome to TU, Labor
Stay, Drop In Events, and Adaptive Recreation.
How to Register
Updated and detailed instructions on registering a team, joining a team, or registering
as a free agent will be posted soon.
The Competitive Sports Office is located in Burdick Hall, Room 155.