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.

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About Intramural Sports

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.

Sports Pass Offerings

Length Cost
Academic Year $35
Semester $20

Looking for an a la carte option? Individuals can purchase a $10 Single 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 Single Team Pass required per person, per team.

Program Structure

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-ed leagues, in both recreational and competitive divisions. You can register a team, join an existing team, or participate as a free agent.

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, Learn, Meet & Play Events, and Adaptive Recreation.

Intramurals helped me a lot with expanding my friendships, meeting new people and learning new things about myself that I didn’t know before.  It has definitely helped me get to where I am in regards to personality and developing who I am. ”

Stanley Koh

Office Location

The Competitive Sports Office is located in Burdick Hall, Room 155, and can be contacted at or 410-704-4086.