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Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports offers a wide variety of activities for our students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community. We cater to the needs of the competitive spirit in our patrons by providing safe and structured sports leagues. While we do keep track of wins and losses and declare a champion at the end of it all, it is important to keep in mind that the most important aspect we offer is fun!

Intramural Mission

The University at Buffalo Recreation department is an essential component to the overall mission of the University at Buffalo. Its mission is to provide the students, faculty, staff and recreation permit holders with an enjoyable and positive intramural experience in an organized and competitive environment. While the game atmosphere is often competitive, ensuring participant safety, providing a fun, social atmosphere and promoting sportsmanlike behavior among participants, spectators and team followers are our primary concerns. The game atmosphere should remain good-natured at all times. Participants shall maintain good sportsmanship throughout their participation in all facets of the Intramural program.

Eligibility for All Sports

  • UB Students, Faculty and Staff are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports leagues.
    • UB Students are immediately eligible.
    • UB Faculty and Staff must obtain an Intramural Sports Permit for $35.
  • All players must have a valid UB Student ID Card or an Intramural Sports Permit Card at all games.

Intramural Sports Permit

In consideration of being permitted to use the facilities and equipment of Recreation & Intramural Sports, for a semester-long Intramural Sports Permit, we require:

  • Copy of the players ID
  • Signed waiver
  • $35 payment (credit card or check)

Sign-up at Recreation Member Services, 175 Alumni Arena.

Questions? Contact Roz at dominico@buffalo.edu.

Sportsmanship Guidelines

Players are expected to display good sportsmanship toward opponents and Recreation staff at all times. A player may be declared ineligible to participate in any organized intramural activity for inappropriate behavior toward Recreation staff or opponents.

Recreation staff members have the authority to stop any contest when players an/or spectators engage in misconduct (unruly or disorderly behavior.) No warning by the Recreation staff is required. The Recreation staff member will declare a forfeit against one or both of the teams. Any or all members of the offending team may be suspended from organized intramural sport activities.

Abusive language toward Recreation staff or opponents, disruption of play, fighting or striking another individual shall constitute acts of unsportsmanlike conduct. Unsportsmanlike conduct is not limited to these examples.

Policies and Procedures

Section I. General Information

Article I. Assumption of Risk

There are certain risks of injury that are inherent to participation in sports and recreational activities. Injuries may be minor or serious and may result from the actions of inctions of themselves or others. Maintenance of good physical health and appropriate financial planning in the form of insurance in the event of a physical mishap can give you more peace of mind while participating. Each participant will be required to sign an Assumption of Risk waiver prior to participating in any intramural sports.

Article II. Health

The Recreation Services Department believes that participation in recreational sports is a positive, healthy experience that provides enjoyment to our participants. To foster health benefits and maximize enjoyment for participants and student staff, consuming alcoholic beverages before, during, or on site after participation is a violation of University policy. Individuals or teams who violate this policy will not be eligible to participate. All participants are strongly urged to have a yearly medical examination and to carry medical insurance coverage. The Student Health Services has information entitling all students to a special rate from an insurance company. (http://www.subboard.com/smi/)

Article III. Injuries, Open Wounds & Lacerations

Whenever a Recreation Sports participant suffers a laceration or wound where bleeding occurs, the competition shall be stopped at the earliest possible time and the participant will be required to leave the field of play. The participant will not be allowed to return to the competition until the wound has been covered and the bleeding has stopped. Participation in sporting activities may cause injury and exposure to blood borne pathogens. Blood borne pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause diseases in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The recreational sports program will make every effort to minimize exposure to its employees and participants. Because the intramural staff is trained and certified to respond to emergency and blood exposure situations, we ask that they be contacted immediately to respond to injury.

The University and its staff are not held responsible for any injuries incurred while participating or as a spectator in the intramural sports program. All injuries should be reported to the game officials and Head Official. All minor injuries can be handled by the supervisor with a first aid kit of the injured person may go, with assistance, to the Student Health Services for treatment. All major injuries or emergencies will be handled immediately by the Head Official in charge by calling Campus Police at 716-645-2222 and proceeding with First Aid/CPR as needed. Assistance will be sent as soon as possible. Medical expenses incurred such as ambulance, doctor bills and x-rays will be the responsibility of the participant.

Article IV. Website

The UB page on the IM Leagues site (www.imleagues.com/buffalo) will be the primary source of all current and up-to-date recreational sports information. The website shall contain current information regarding entry deadling, meeting dates, event schedules and standings. Participants and team captains are urged to check the website daily to keep posted on current notifications. The intramural sports portion of the Recreation website, as well as Facebook (www.facebook.com/ubintramuralsports) and Twitter (@UBIMSports) will be a secondary source of information pertaining to Intramural Sports.

Section II. How to Enter

Article I. Schedule of Events

Each semester's schedule of events, entry deadlines and the starting dates are published before the start of the upcoming semester. Additional activities and information are announced periodically through the Recreation information booklet, Precreational Sports flyers and website and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ubintramuralsports.) All activities are subject to change.

Article II. How to Enter/Entry Fees

Participants wishing to enter a team may do so by creating a team on www.imleagues.com/buffalo. An entry fee is due at the time of registration for each sport that requires a fee. A team will not be officially registered for an event until the entry fee has been paid online. Furthermore, all team captains must pass the mandatory Captains' Quiz or attend the mandatory Captains' Meeting for each recreational sports event if applicable. Teams that do not attend this meeting will lose any scheduling priority and run the risk of having their registrations cancelled.

Article III. Free Agency

Anyone wishing to play an intramural sport, but does not have a team to enter, may join the Free Agency List and either be asked to play by a team captain or they can attend the captains meeting for the sport they wish to participate and be placed on a team. The intramural staff will not place an individual on a team.

To be put on the Free Agency List, all players must go to www.imleagues.com, log in or create an account and proceed to the league page that you wish to play in. Above the division options will be a link to "Join As Free Agent." Click the link and select all divisions that you are interested in. You will then have an option to submit a message that could include position(s) that you play and/or experience. You must join as a Free Agent for each league that you are interested in. Captains' can go to the Free Agency list and find players to fulfill their rosters. You may also contact the captain of a team that is looking for players.

Captains needing players to fulfill their roster should go to the Free Agency List for their league where they find a list of available players. They can then contact the player through IM Leagues, email or phone number, if provided.

Article IV. Entry Deadlines

Registration deadlines are established to allow enough time to schedule the games and playoff. These deadlines will be strictly enforced. If the deadline has passed for an even in which you are interested, please contact the Assistant Director for Intramural Sports to determine if spaces are available or to be placed on the waiting list for that program. Any registrations accepted after the deadline will be $10 more than the original fee.

Section III. Eligibility

Article I. Eligibility

Participants are responsible for their own eligibility. Furthermore, each player and team captain is responsible for checking the eligibility of their team members. Inquiring about eligibility in advance of contests precludes delays and potential disqualifications. The Intramural Sports Program will check the eligibility of players if an opposing captain lodges a protest, if the Intramural Sports Department has reason to believe the person in question is not eligible or routinely as the department sees fit.

Article II. Students, Faculty & Staff

All students, faculty and staff members regularly enrolled or working in any department or college of the University are eligible to participate in all intramural events and will remain eligible until they withdraw, graduate or fail to comply with the policies and procedures set forth in this document. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders. All other Recreation Permit Holders are not eligible to participate in the Intramural Sports Program. Alumni (having obtained a degree from the University) are eligible to participate with an Alumni Intramural Permit. All participants must present a valid UB Student or Faculty/Staff ID to the recreational sports staff before the start of every scheduled contest. Any required recreation permits or lumni permits must be presented as well. No other form of identification will be accepted. If it is found that an ineligible player has played during any scheduled contest, that contest will be considered a forfeit.

Article III. Assumed Name

Anyone who participates under and assumed name or uses someone else's ID is ineligible and will be suspended for the remainder of that sports season. A team guilty of using such a player will forfeit all contests in which the ineligible player participated.

Article IV. Intercollegiate Team Members and Junior/Community College Athletes

"Active" members, including redshirts and redshirt freshmen of the varsity or other intercollegiate teams are ineligible to participate in the same or related sport for a period of one (1) year from the date of their last intercollegiate competition. "Active" members shall be defined as any athlete who is on an intercollegiate team roster within one week of the intercollegiate team's first scheduled contest. Junior College/Community College athletes who have competed for a junior college or community college team are ineligible to compete in those sports or related sports during the same academic year.

Article V. Professional/Semi-Pro Athletes

Any student, faculty or staff member who is or has been a professional player or athlete is ineligible for 5 years from the date of the last professional participation in that sport or a related sport. A professional/semi-pro player or athlete is defined as one who has received monetary remuneration for his/her athletic services.

Article VI. Sport Club Members

Sport Club members are eligible to participate in recreational team sports. Teams will be limited to two (2) club athletes per team in the same or equivalent sport in which they participate. Club members are those persons who have participated in practices/games with club during the current academic year, paid membership dues to a club or are listed as a member of a club on the Sport Club Roster.

Article VII. High School Players

High School Students enrolled in the Post-Secondary Option Program are not eligible to participate in recreational sport programs.

Article VIII. Penalties

Any team or individual found guilty of violating any of the eligibility rules shall forfeit all contests in which ineligible players participated. Roster additions will not be accepted late due to discovery of ineligible players. The Recreation & Intramural Services Department shall determine an individuals eligibility to engage in future contests.

Article IX. UB ID Cards

All participants must present a valid UB Student or Faculty/Staff ID prior to playing in any recreational sports contest. Players forgetting their ID's will not be able to compete unless they have lost their ID and have stopped by the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) and received an Intramural Pass for that day.

Section IV. Rosters

Article I. Adding Players to Roster

In an effort to reach as many participants as possible, players may be added to the roster at any time up until the roster lock date (last regular season game), provided the new players meet all eligibility requirements. With that, all participants must play in at least 75% of their regular season games to be eligible to participate in playoffs. Players may not be added to rosters after the roster lock date. Team rosters will them be frozen. Any team who uses a player not on their "frozen" roster will forfeit the remainder of ther contests for that season and will have to pay a forfeit fee. Roster additions will not be accepted after the roster lock date even if ineligible players are discovered on the roster that drop the eligible number of participants below the minimum required to play.

Article II. Team Participation

Any individual whose name appears on more than one team roster for the same league is considered to be an official member of that team for which he/she first plays and is not eligible to play for any additional team. An individual may play on only one team in each league. A league is any certain level/type of play. For example, you may only play on one recreational team. However, you may play on a competitive team AND a recreational team. A player listed on a completed score sheet cannot switch teams in the same league for the remainder of that season or tournament. Any player who has played but has not been listed on the roster subjects his/her team to feorfeiture of that game. Any individual that is not listed on the roster will be considered an ineligible participant.

Article III. Transferring Teams

A player wishing to change teams after they have already played for another team will no be allowed to transfer. You must remain with the same team all season long. If, however, you appear on another team's roster but have not played for that team, you may request to transfer to another team. Transfers may only take place up until the start of the third contest. All transfer requests must be approved by the Assistant Director for Intramural Sports.

Section V. Captains/Co-Captains Responsibilities

Article I. Responsibilities

Each team entering a recreational sports activity must have a captain and/or co-captains. Captains and co-captains must be playing members listed on the official team roster. The captain and/or co-captains should be interested in the welfare of the Recreational Sports Program, as well as that of his/her team. He/she should be a capable and conscientious person who will serve as a liason between the Intramural Sports Office and the team. The role of the captain/co-captains is crutial to the overall relationship between the Recreation and Intramural Services Department and the participants. Team captains' responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Provide an accurate and valid email address and phone number for which to send all correspondences.
  2. Attending mandatory Captains' Meeting before the start of each recreational sport.
  3. Being familiar with the Recreational Sports Handbook Rules & Policies and ensure they are followed.
  4. Maintaining team sportsmanship.
  5. Checking your team's schedule on the IMLeagues website. (Information concerning date, time, location of contest will not be given via telephone from Recreation Member Services due to potential for miscommunication)
  6. Promptly responding to recreational sports staff concerning schedule changes, eligibility inquiries and player ejections.
  7. Representing the team in case of a protest.
  8. Checking email at least 1 time per day and responding appropriately during sport season for any potential wether cancellations, updates and/or changes from the recreational sports staff. (Email is the fastest and easiest way to contact you with this information)
  9. Keeping your address, phone number and email up-to-date on the IMLeagues website.
  10. Notifying the Recreational Sports Office if your team will not be showing for a scheduled contest.
  11. Submitting complete and correct team/player information on all entry forms.

Article II. Contest Rules

Rules & Regulations are designed for the safety and protection of participants. It should be understood that by participating in Intramural Sports contests each individual has agreed to abide by all rules and regulations and is responsible for his/her behavior. All contests shall be governed by recreational sports rules adopted from NCAA, NIRSA, New York State High School Athletic Association or amateur rules. Modifications will be made to adjust for risk, space, time and other constraints. The official rules for each sport will be made available to all participants via the recreational sports website and the IMLeagues website before competition in that sport begins. The Recreational Sports Program reserves the right to institute any rule change and will notify team captains of any changes.

Section VI. Forfeits and Defaults

Article I. Forfeits/Defaults

Any team or individual that fails to appear for any scheduled contest will be charged with a forfeit. Similarly, a forfeit will result when a team does not have at least the minimum number of players needed to play the activity signed in and ready to play at the appointed playing field by the time of the game. Game time is forfeit time. There is no grace period. It is recommended that teams arrive 15-30 minutes prior to the start of each game in order to allow time to sign in and warm up. All forfeited games will be recorded as a loss. This policy will be unilaterally enforced.  If the field or court is set up late, play will begin within 2 minutes of the completion of set-up. 

Furthermore, for each competition forfeited, a forfeit fee of $5 will have to be paid at the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) before the start of the team’s next game. After a team forfeits a 2nd time, they will forfeit the reminder of their season.

Article II. Defaults

If a team knows in advance that it will not be able to make a scheduled contest, the captain should contact the Recreation and Intramural Services Department. A default will be granted to each team or individual that has notified the Recreation and Intramural Services Department according to the following deadlines:

  • Games scheduled Monday-Friday→ notification must be received by 12pm on the day of the scheduled game
  • Games scheduled Saturday/Sunday→ notification must be received by 12pm on the Friday before the scheduled game

Captains may contact the Recreation and Intramural Services Department by notifying the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs by email at mbernas@buffalo.edu. This notification must come from the team captain only. All defaulted contests will be counted as a loss. However, the team will not be charged with a forfeit.

Article III. Dropped from Play

Any team that forfeits a second game will be immediately dropped from play for the remainder of that particular season. Teams are allowed to default one game per season and still remain eligible for competition. Teams that default tournament games in a double elimination tournament will remain eligible unless the defaulted contest results in the second loss. Teams that default more than one game will be dropped from further competition. Forfeited and defaulted contests will not be rescheduled.

Section VII. Protests

Article I. Protests

No protests shall be entertained which concern judgment calls on the part of an official.  Protested games will be immediately stopped. The Head Official on duty will note the score and time left of the game. The captain of the protesting team must then complete a protest form. The Head Official can make a ruling at that time or the protest can be presented to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs for further review. Captains of the 2 teams involved will be notified by email of the decision. Games which are protested over the interpretation of rules which are upheld by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, with the infraction believed to have a bearing on the final outcome of the game (in most cases), shall be played from that point, excluding time limit infractions

Article II. Player Eligibility

Any team or individual protesting the eligibility of a player should have sufficient reason to believe that the player is ineligible. To ensure honest sport competition, protests of alleged eligibility violations must be made prior to games to the supervisor rather than waiting to determine the outcome of the contest. The intramural staff will check the eligibility of the accused player during the next business day.

Article III. Rule Interpretation

A coach, manager, or captain can lodge a protest on an official’s or supervisor’s rule interpretation, but must do so at the time of the incident. If a protest is going to be lodged, the manager or captain must inform the supervisor of his/her desire to protest and complete the necessary paperwork.

Article IV. On-Site Procedure

The on-site Head Official will act as an arbitrator and can make a decision on the field. The on-site Head Official has the power to render a decision as he/she deems appropriate. If the protesting party is not satisfied with the decision of the on-site supervisor, they may appeal in writing to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Protests must be lodged by the team captain at the time of the incident and the proper paperwork should be completed and filed with the supervisor at the end of the game. Any protests lodged after this time will not be considered. All decisions rendered by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs are final.

Section VIII. Scheduling of Contests

Article I. Leagues

Some team sport competitions will be offered in a league format. Each team will be scheduled for three to five regular season games (pending time constraints) and a single elimination post-season tournament for all teams that qualify. Leagues will be scheduled based on the Undergraduate Academic Calendar.  Only teams with a Sportsmanship rating of a 2.5 or better during the regular season are eligible for the playoffs. All leagues will be scheduled using an instant scheduling format.  A minimum of four teams is required for all divisions. The Recreation and Intramural Service Department reserves the right to make changes to division schedules as long it does not conflict with the game time of teams involved. If it does, then teams will be notified and given an option that will be more accommodating.

Article II. Tournaments/Playoffs

Upon completion of regularly scheduled league play or in the event of a single or double elimination tournaments it is the responsibility of the team captain to check the tournament brackets posted on the imleagues.com to find the date and time of the next game.

Article III. Postponement

With the exception of inclement weather and facility scheduling conflicts, no contests shall be postponed without the approval of the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Any contest postponed without formal approval shall be recorded as a loss for one or both teams.

Article IV. Rescheduling

Because of the number of teams involved in recreational sports play, there are very limited time frames to complete scheduled contests. Rescheduling of contests is rare. However, if a team is unable to attend a scheduled contest but desires to play that game at another time or date, it may be possible to reschedule. The Recreation and Intermural Services Department cannot guarantee a new playing time. In elimination tournaments, postponed contests must be rescheduled within a period of time that does not delay progress of the tournament itself. If a player or team knows of potential conflicts, notify the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs by email at ub-intramurals@buffalo.edu as soon as possible. All accommodations will be made by the Recreation and Intramural Services Department to work out these requests. However, if the opposing team does not agree to reschedule, the contest will be played at its originally scheduled date and time.

Article V. Cancellations/Weather

In some cases cancellations may be necessary due to inclement weather or facility scheduling concerns. In the event of inclement weather, check the imleagues website an hour before scheduled game time for an update on the game schedule. Every effort will be made to reschedule cancelled/postponed games as best as space and time permits, however, we may not be able to reschedule all contests. The Recreation and Intramural Services Department makes decisions regarding inclement weather as early as possible. Head officials have the authority to postpone a contest in the event of inclement weather.

Section IX. Officials

Article I. Officials

The Recreation department encourages students from diverse backgrounds to consider employment opportunities within the Recreation and Intramural Services Department. Experience is not necessary (but preferred); the desire to learn and participate is. The Recreation and Intramural Services staff will provide training to all officials. Every official will be required to attend training sessions, which may include:

  • Official clinics and meetings
  • Rules examination
  • Observation of games
  • Continual evaluation and performance feedback

Officials are University at Buffalo students. They assume an important and difficult task. Their role is to produce a healthy sportsmanlike and enjoyable game situation. Therefore, it is the responsibility of all participants to respect the judgment of the official. The Recreational Sports Department will make every effort to obtain the best possible officials.

Section X. Sportsmanship

Article I. Intramural Mission

The University at Buffalo Recreation and Intramural Services department is an essential component to the overall mission of the University at Buffalo. Its mission is to provide the students; faculty/staff and Recreation permit holders with an enjoyable and positive intramural experience in an organized and competitive environment. While the game atmosphere is often competitive, ensuring participant safety, providing a fun, social atmosphere, and promoting sportsmanlike behavior among participants, spectators, and team followers are our primary concerns. The game atmosphere should remain good-natured at all times. Participants shall maintain good sportsmanship throughout their participation in all facets of the Intramural program.

Article II. Participant Sportsmanship Guidelines

Players are expected to display good sportsmanship toward opponents and Recreation and Intramural Services staff at all times. A player may be declared ineligible to participate in any organized Rec Sports activity for inappropriate behavior toward Recreation and Intramural Services staff or opponents. Recreation and Intramural Services staff members have the authority to stop any contest when players and/or spectators engage in misconduct (unruly or disorderly behavior). No warning by the Recreation and Intramural Services staff is required. The Recreation and Intramural Services staff member will declare a forfeit against one or both of the teams. Any or all members of the offending team may be suspended from organized Rec Sports activity. Abusive language toward Recreation and Intramural Services staff or opponents, disruption of play, fighting, or striking another individual shall constitute acts of unsportsmanlike conduct. Unsportsmanlike conduct is not limited to these examples.

Any player ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct, depending on the severity of the incident, will be assessed with one or more of the following penalties:

  1. Suspension for one or more games
  2. Suspension from the league
  3. Suspension for the remainder of the semester
  4. Suspension from participation in any and all recreational sports for one calendar year

The team with the ejected player will not be allowed to replace that player. Any person ejected from a game or game site must leave THE GAME site immediately. Any ejected player must contact the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs either by email at ub-intramurals@buffalo.edu or by stopping into their office during office hours before their next scheduled contest to schedule a meeting to discuss the incident. If the ejected player does not meet with the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, they will not be allowed to play until they do so. Any player or spectator misconduct directed toward any facility used for Rec Sports competition (I.e. Alumni Arena, Clark Hall, Kunz Stadium, UB Stadium, etc.) will be grounds for immediate disqualification of the team whose player, team, and/or spectator is involved.  Acts of misconduct will be handled at the discretion of the Recreation and Intramural Services staff on duty or the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Sportsmanship is vital to the conduct of every Recreational Sport contest. In order to encourage proper conduct during games, officials, administrative personnel, and supervisors shall make decisions on whether to warn, penalize or eject players or teams for poor sportsmanship. These decisions are final. The Recreational and Intramural Services administrative staff will rule on further penalties as a result of unsportsmanlike conduct. Each participant should choose his or her team members carefully, as all team members will suffer the consequences of any disciplinary action taken by the Recreational and Intramural Services staff against that team for violation of the intramural rules and sportsmanship guidelines.

Article III. Rating Scale

Team sportsmanship is graded following each contest according to the following scale and criteria:

4 points: Excellent Sportsmanship
Players cooperate fully with the officials about rule interpretations and calls. The captain also has full control of his/her teammates. Team members and spectators were respectful of opponents and officials and encouraged each others efforts. At no time was this team disrespectful towards participants or officials.

3 points: Acceptable Sportsmanship
Team members and spectators are respectful of opponents and officials except for one or two minor incidents which may or may not merit a warning from the game officials or supervisor.

2 points: Sportsmanship Needs Improvement
Team members or spectators are disrespectful of opponents or officials on a number of occasions which may or may not warrant a penalty. Captain exhibits minor control over his/herself and his/her teammates and spectators. Teams receiving multiple warnings or having a player ejected for an unsportsmanlike act should receive no higher than a 2.0 rating.

1 point: Unacceptable Sportsmanship
Teams constantly comment to the officials and/or opposing teams from the field and/or sidelines. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or himself/herself. Majority of individuals on this team are disrespectful of opponents or officials on a regular basis.

Teams which receive a second unacceptable 1.0 rating in the same sport or activity are subject to immediate dismissal from league or tournament play.

0 points: Season Ending Rating
The following actions can result in an 0.0 sportsmanship rating:

  • Team is completely uncooperative and out of control before, during, or after intramural sports contest(s).
  • Team captain (spokesperson) exhibits poor control over self, the team, and/or the spectators. 
  • Multiple ejections or blatant unsportsmanlike conduct that endangered participants, fans, officials, or supervisors.
  • Team fails to cooperate / comply with Recreation and Intramural services administrative staff/University officials while performing their duties; falsely represents or withholds any requested information.
  • Teams which receive a 0.0 rating are subject to immediate dismissal from league or tournament play.

Article IV. Rating Method

Upon the completion of each contest, the officials/umpires will be given a rating form where they mark down their rating for each team. The forms will then be given to the scorekeepers (where applicable) where they will add their grade. The Head Officials will collect the rating forms and make any suggestions as to the marking up or down of any grade. All rating forms will finally be given the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs where they will contact a team if further action is necessary. Each game rating will then be averaged at the end of regular season play and each team will be given a rating. This rating can possibly determine a team’s eligibility for post season play. Officials have been instructed not to comment to teams about ratings. Teams may inquire with a Head Official at the game site to view their sportsmanship ratings. A team captain may appeal his or her team's sportsmanship rating by submitting an appeal to the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) (addressed to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs) by 12 Noon of the next business day following the game or match. Appeals submitted after this time will not be accepted.

Special Game Situations

A team winning a game by default or forfeit with no game play occurring will receive a 4.0 rating, unless special circumstances dictate otherwise. A team that wins a game by forfeit after the game has started and game play has occurred shall receive a rating based on their sportsmanship in the game play up to the time of the forfeit. A team losing by default or forfeit will receive no team sportsmanship rating for the game.

Article V. Team Sportsmanship & Playoff Eligibility

A team must have a 2.50 average or better sportsmanship rating during regular season league games to be eligible for the playoffs. The average sportsmanship rating will be calculated similar to the grade point / game ratio.

Article VI. Playoff Tournament Sportsmanship

A team must maintain its 2.50 average or better sportsmanship rating during the playoffs. The average will include regular season and playoff games. Any team which receives a 0.0 sportsmanship rating during the playoffs will be immediately dismissed from further tournament play and subject to further disciplinary action (if necessary). A losing team which receives a 1.0 or 0.0 sportsmanship rating in their final playoff game is subject to further disciplinary action as a team in subsequent sports, as individuals when appropriate, or to the team captain.

Section XI. Discipline

Article I. Discipline

All participants will be subject to this policy. Please read the policy carefully and be prepared to inform your teammates once the season starts. The following policy serves as a general framework for addressing violations of Recreation and Intramural Services policies and procedures. The Head Officials and the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs reserve the right to adjust any penalty on a case-by-case basis.

Article II. Major Offenses

Major offenses will simply not be tolerated. Major offenses and their ramifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Fighting/attempting to strike another individual or involved in an altercation
  • Aggressive physical contact with a recreational sports employee
  • Playing under the influence of alcohol or drugs
    • 1st offense 6-month suspension (summer does not count)
    • 2nd offense Permanent suspension from recreational sport

In order to be reinstated after 6 months, you must schedule a meeting with the Disciplinary Action Committee.

  • Intentional damage/destruction of facilities/equipment
    • 1st offense Participant is removed from the game, team charged with a loss, team and player suspended until participant pays for replacement of damaged equipment.
    • 2nd offense Participant is given a permanent suspension and will be charged for the replacement of the damaged equipment.

If spectators are involved in one of the major offenses, the ramifications are as follows:

  • 1st offense Spectators will be banned from the Alumni Arena and Clark Hall for 3 months
  • 2nd offense Spectators will be banned from the Alumni Arena and Clark Hall for 1 year

In addition to the aforementioned sanctions, the Recreation and Intramural Services Department will send a copy of the sanction letter to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. This letter will be placed into your permanent file at the University. If the action warrants, the Recreation and Intramural Department will refer the case to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs.

Article III. Secondary Offenses

Secondary offenses will be dealt with in a different manner. Any player ejected from a recreational sports contest for any reason is automatically suspended indefinitely from all recreational sports activities and must meet with the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs and the Director of Recreation and Intramural Services. They will render a decision on further disciplinary action and eligibility. Individuals will remain suspended from all recreational sports activities until further notice.

Secondary offenses and their ramifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Profane language/obscene gestures
  • Unnecessary physical contact/minor contact with a recreational sports employee
    • 1st offense Removed from the game and suspended indefinitely
    • 2nd offense Removed from the game and suspended permanently from intramurals
  • Verbally abusing/threatening an official/supervisor
    • 1st offense 1 month suspension
    • 2nd offense 6 month suspension
    • 3rd offense Permanent suspension from intramurals
  • Ineligible player/playing under a false name
    • 1st offense Team that player played for will be charged with a loss for ALL games that there were playing as an ineligible participant
    • 2nd offense Player is suspended from recreational sports play for 1 year
    • 3rd offense Permanent suspension from recreational sports

In addition to the aforementioned sanctions, the Recreation and Intramural Services department will send a copy of the sanction letter to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. This letter will be placed into your permanent file at the University. If the action warrants, the Recreation and Intramural Services Department will refer the case to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs.

Article IV. Restorative Justice – Community Service

The Recreation and Intramural Services has adopted the ideal of Restorative Justice for all participants in all programs. Restorative justice is a values-based approach to responding to conflict and inappropriate behavior with a balanced focus on the person harmed, the person causing the harm, and the affected community. Restorative Justice focuses on transforming wrongdoing by healing the harm that is created by inappropriate behavior. This concept of Restorative Justice will be incorporated into the disciplinary process for all Recreational Sports Programs.

Article V. Appeals

The sanctions listed above serve only as a guideline for addressing poor sportsmanship and inappropriate behavior by Rec Sports participants. However, the Recreational Sports Department reserves the right to impose additional sanctions on a case by case basis. All disciplinary matters will be handled by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Participants may appeal any penalty, but run the risk of having the penalty increased if the appeal is not upheld by the Director of Recreation and Intramurals Services.

Section XII. Divisions and Levels of Play

Article I. Divisions

Faculty/Staff: Working in any department or college of the University are eligible to participate in all intramural events and will remain eligible until they no longer work for the University or fail to comply with the policies and procedures set forth in this handbook. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Mixed: Divisions where Students, Faculty and Staff play on one team together. Rosters must be made up of a 60/40 ratio of Students to Faculty/Staff or 60/40 Faculty/Staff to Students. In other words with a roster of 10, 6 must be students and 4 faculty/staff OR 6 faculty/staff and 4 students. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Men: The men’s division is open to all participants who are male students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions.  Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Women: The women’s division is open to all participants who are female students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Co-Rec/Co-Ed: The coed division is open to all men and women participants who are students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions. There is usually a minimum requirement for the amount of females on a team. Check with each sports rules for their specific requirements.

Article ll. Levels

Competitive: Skill level is at that of at least high school varsity. No specific number of males and females.

Recreational :Playing just for fun and winning is not as important as playing the game.

Section XIII. Miscellanious

Article I. Athletic Attire

Proper athletic attire must be worn during all Recreational Sports Activities. Proper attire pertains to all articles of clothing including footwear. Participants may not wear sandals or flip-flops during any Recreational Sports activity.

Article II. Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco Policy

Smoking and any other tobacco use is strictly prohibited in the entire UB campus. In order to maintain a safe playing environment for everyone, possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages (or any other illegal substances) is strictly prohibited in all recreation facilities. If a recreational sports activity takes place off campus, the same rules apply. Anyone participating in a UB Intramural Sports sponsored event is strictly prohibited from using any alcohol or tobacco products. Furthermore, any person (participants, coaches and spectators alike) who appears to be intoxicated or under the influence of an illegal substance will be removed from the Alumni Arena, Clark Hall or designated playing area and may face further disciplinary action. Violators could face up to a 1 year (365 day) suspension from participation in any UB Recreational Sports event.

Refund Policy

Refunds are permissible until 72 hours before the first regular season game. This will apply to teams who have signed up and no longer are able to participate, or if their division does not fill completely, etc. This policy is enforced to ensure that other teams on the waiting list do not lose the opportunity to play.

Forfeit Policy

The first time a team forfeits will result in being placed on PROBATION.

If a second forfeit occurs, the team will be EJECTED from the league and a meeting will be set up with the Director for Intramural Sports.

Sportsmanship Score

During all games, each team will have their sportsmanship evaluated on a scale of 1-3 (1 being the lowest and 3 the highest). This score will help break the tie come playoffs between two teams who have the same win/loss average.

Arriving Late

There is no grace period if your team arrives late. If you cannot produce the minimum number of players required at the scheduled time of your game, your team will forfeit.

Contact a Professional

Roz Dominico

Assistant Director for Intramural Sports and Programs

Recreation

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With this season being the 50th of L-L boys hoops, we’re taking a weekly look back at the league's memorable moments, achievements, coaches, players, etc. So far, we caught up with former Warwick coach Dave Althouse and looked back at the Cocalico’s 1977 state title team.

This week, we’re reminiscing about the 1987 Columbia boys basketball team. This March will mark 35 years since the Tide won state gold. At the time, Columbia was just the second Lancaster-Lebanon League program to have won a state title in boys basketball (Today, the number is four: Annville-Cleona won in 1999, Lancaster Catholic won in 2003 - more on those squads later this season).

We should start with Gary Sutton, who was hired as the Columbia coach in 1983. The Tide appeared in the postseason in 1984, 1985 and 1986. The ‘86 squad went 16-7.

The 1987 squad started the year 3-7. In January of that season, Sutton announced he would resign at season’s end due to parental pressure. After the rough 10-game start, the Tide went 20-3. Of those three losses, one was to Trinity in the District 3-2A semifinals, which is worth noting for what was to come.

The fourth-place team from District Three, Columbia knocked off Riverside, Wyalusing, and District One champion Bristol in the first three rounds. Mike Wisler, then Columbia’s 6-foot, 5-inch freshman phenom, tore some knee ligaments in that state quarterfinal win over Bristol and ended up not practicing the rest of the way but scored 14 points in the state semifinal and tallied nine points and 14 rebounds in the state title game.

The Tide upset Trinity 43-42 in the state semifinals when defensive specialist Bo Draper rebounded a Brian Smith airball for the putback, go-ahead score with one second left to capture the Eastern Regional championship.

Smith started cold in the state title game three days later, too. Before the fourth quarter began, a Columbia team on the edge all game, Sutton provided the inspiration Smith needed: “It’s senior time.”

Smith responded by scoring nine-straight points in a two-minute span to give the Tide a 41-35 lead with 3:30 remaining. He scored 11 of his 20 points in the final frame. Windber, the District Five champ, twice cut its deficit to four points but couldn’t get any closer, as Columbia came away with the 49-43 victory.

With Columbia freezing the ball in an effort to drain clock, Windber was forced to foul, which is where credit is due to reserve guard Chris Phiel, who came off the bench and drained six of seven free-throws down the stretch.

Sutton was named Coach of the Year, finishing his Columbia run with four playoff appearances, a 72-60 overall record and a state crown. Smith was named all-league. And Mike Wisler was named all-section and all-district.

Wisler, of course, went on to become the L-L’s all-time leading scorer (2,837 career points). The son of former highly-successful Columbia coach Steve Wisler, Mike Wisler was heavily recruited out of high school. He went on to play at Drexel. To this date in the Drexel record book, Wisler is third in 3-point percentage (.408), fifth in career 3-pointers (232) and 31st in scoring (1,083).

Sutton went on to hold assistant positions with the Northeastern boys, NCAA Division I Towson University, Susquehannock boys and Red Lion girls before being named the Columbia girls coach in 2009. 

The Columbia Sports Hall of Fame inducted Wisler in 2008, and Sutton in 2009. Wisler’s No. 31 jersey is retired.

Columbia, which began playing basketball in 1917, celebrated its 100th anniversary near the end of the 2017-18 season.

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365 Sports is directed by former professional and collegiate coaches and administrators whose experience encompasses the complete athletic experience of today's demanding player. Offering competitions in Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball and Educational Programs, 365 Sports has become the recognized leader in Sports and Educational Travel. Since 1984, members of our management team and coaching staff have administered international sports and educational programs for tens of thousands of deserving United States students and athletes to over thirty-two (32) countries! 

Our programs are designed for High School Students and Athletes, and Collegiate Teams to participate in their own unique experience. Teams may attend scheduled tournaments during specific time periods, or customize their own tour according to their objectives. 365 Sports offers a wide variety of different Sports and Educational Travel options so each individual will have an experience of a lifetime!
 

"The Best, Most Amazing Experience Our Team has Ever Had"
Coach R. Dorio, Palm Beach State College

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About the Author

Terry Porter found his love for the game of basketball during high school in Mandan, North Dakota from 1970–1974.

One of the highlights of his career was upsetting then #1 Dickinson Trinity in the Western Dakota Association Tournament 75-57. The game ended up being voted the "Upset of the Year" by the North Dakota Sportscasters and Sportswriters in 1975.

Porter continued his basketball career at then Mary College (now University of Mary) in Bismarck, North Dakota for legendary coach Al Bortke. His college team compiled a 90-24 record from 1974–1978. His junior and senior year had a record of 48-10, with a school record 26–0 home record at home. He returned to his alma mater in 1980 as an assistant coach and helped the team to a 147–55 record during that span, including a 30–3 season record and a trip to the 1982 NAIA National Tournament as District 12 Champions. He was inducted into the Marauder Hall of Fame, once as a player and once as an assistant coach.

From 1986–1997, Porter was the head coach at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake, North Dakota. He finished second on the all-time wins list with a career record of 173–168, including four Mon-Dak Conference Championships and one State Championship. Another career highlight was coaching the nation's leading scorer, Dan Schilz, who also led the NJCAA with a 35 PPG average.

Porter continued his coaching career at Fargo North, Concordia College (men), Fargo Davies, and Concordia College (women), along with coaching AAU during the summer with NDPRO in Fargo.
When not coaching basketball, he developed a practice planner, "Championship Basketball Planning," for high school and college basketball coaches.

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To put it simply, our main objective at 365 Elite Basketball is to develop fundamentally sound basketball players. The 365 Elite coaches are determined to provide you with the skills necessary to become the best player YOU want to be. Our coaches and staff believe that we have important responsibilities and amazing opportunities to positively impact a player's life.

We've created a structured environment to allow each player to reach his or her full potential. In fact, over 97% of our athletes to date, have made their High School and Middle School basketball teams. Our success comes from a group of experienced and dedicated coaches whose main goal is to help you improve your basketball IQ and skill set. We're a very competitive basketball program and want to win every game, but we never let winning take precedence over the development of players.

Please contact us with any questions. The coaches at 365 Elite are here to listen and give the best advice possible.

We can't wait to welcome you to our team!

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With a history dating back to 1984, 365 Sports has become the recognized leader when it comes to international competition.  Through dedicating those 35 years to developing the leaders of tomorrow, 365 Sports has provided well over 30,000 basketball players with an amazing life-changing international basketball experience unmatched by any other event.

A 365 Sports basketball program offers an athlete a comprehensive growth opportunity developing character-building skills that will remain with them for a lifetime. Athletes have the opportunity to compete in their own International Championship while interacting off the court with athletes from many countries.  Although the primary focus of all our international tours is the actual educational experience, every program we administer does place a strong emphasis on providing each participant with a challenge to improve their leadership and athletic skills.  There is no textbook or class that can better teach an understanding between two people of different nations, cultures, languages and customs better than what you will experience firsthand on a 365 Sports International Tour.

Each international basketball tour includes the opportunity for exposure in an incredibly high-level competition, amazing educational and cultural experiences at the international destination you choose, and unforgettable relationships developed with not only like-minded and motivated players from across the USA, but with your contemporaries from your foreign destination.

Players have the option of enrolling in the 365 Sports program as and individual and joining with other players from across the USA, or enrolling with their high school or club team. You can choose to proudly wear the USA uniform in Italy, the Bahamas, Hawaii or down under in Australia, while you improve your chances for a college scholarship.  Whether you are touring the ancient Colosseum in Rome, snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, or enjoying the tropical beauty of Hawaii or the Bahamas, you will truly enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

To Obtain Detailed Information and a Price Quote

Coaches:  To request more information on how you can be involved please click HERE! 
Athletes:    Please click HERE for your information.

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365 Sports is directed sass shooting rules former professional and collegiate coaches and administrators whose experience encompasses the complete athletic experience of today's demanding player. Offering competitions in Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, 365 sports basketball, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball and Educational Programs, 365 Sports has become the recognized leader in Sports and Educational Travel. Since 1984, members of our management team and coaching staff have administered international sports and educational programs for tens of thousands of deserving United States students and athletes to over thirty-two (32) countries! 

Our programs are designed for High School Students and Athletes, and Collegiate Teams to participate in their own unique experience. Teams may attend scheduled tournaments during specific time periods, or customize their own tour according to their objectives. 365 Sports offers a wide variety of different Sports and Educational Travel options so each individual will have an experience of a lifetime!
 

"The Best, Most Amazing Experience Our Team has Ever Had"
Coach R. Dorio, 365 sports basketball, Palm Beach State College

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OPEN COURT, DR. DISH, GROUP TRAINING, AND 365 sports basketball TRAINING AVAILABLE - BOOK NOW!

Join us for our Freezin' Season youth basketball camp hosted at Blaze Sports & Fitness! Our camp will focus on competitive offensive drills and game-like situations to prepare athletes for the next level!

3rd - 5th Grade

12/27 - BOYS - 8:30 am - 11:30 am

12/28 - GIRLS - 8:30 am - 11:30 am

 

6th - 8th Grade

12/30 - BOYS  - 8:30 am - 11:30 am

12/31 - GIRLS - 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Location: Blaze Sports & Fitness - 230 S McCarthy Rd. Appleton, WI 54914

Price: $90 (includes a free t-shirt)

Max: 20 kids per session

Winter Basketball Trainings

December Group Basketball Trainings

Mondays - 12/13 and 12/30

5 pm - 6 pm - Level 1 (Beginner)

6 pm - 7 pm - Level 2 (Intermediate / Middle School)

Thursdays - 12/16 and 12/23

5 pm - 6 pm - Level 1 (Beginner)

6 pm - 7 pm - Level 2 (Intermediate / Middle School)

January Group Basketball Trainings

Mondays - 1/3 and 1/10

5 pm - 6 pm - Level 1 (Beginner)

6 pm - 7 pm - Level 2 (Intermediate / Middle School)

Saturdays - 1/15 (Guard Training), 1/22 (Post Training) and 1/29 (Guard Training)

9 am - 10 am - Level 2 (Intermediate / Middle School)

10 am - 11 am - Level 3 (Advanced / High School)

 

Group Skills Training Sessions

Our trainers take athletes from establishing a sound fundamental base of ball handling, passing, shooting, and team work, to more advanced combination moves and team breakdown concepts. Our trainers have experience training and coaching youth through collegiate level athletes and know how to build your athlete from the ground up!

Schedule: 

FALL / WINTER SCHEDULE COMING SOON!

Level I: Beginner (elementary school)

Level II: Intermediate (middle school/early high school)

Level III: Advanced (high school)

Guidelines:

  • Group Skills Training sessions are limited to 16 athletes per session.
  • Please register in advance.
  • Wisconsin Blaze Basketball athletes that paid their team fee for the 2021 season can use their included skills trainings to cover these 365 sports basketball rooms are available.

Take time to work on your game individually during our Open Court hours! Three hoops are available - Skills Lab Court, North Court and South Court.

View the SCHEDULE below and select BOOK or download and use the Blaze365 365 sports basketball to join! (schedule is subject ski femme decathlon change)

Pricing:

Skills Lab Open Court: $12/person for 30 minutes
$108 per 10-pack

North Dr. Dish and Half Court OR South Dr. Dish and Half Court:$12/person for skateboard wheels edmonton minutes

$108 per 10-pack of one hour Dr. Dish sessions (regular price - $165 for 10 pack of 30 minute sessions)

*$10 per person for each additional person

 

No monthly Open Hoops memberships available at this time. Pricing, hours and availability subject to change.

Guidelines:

  • Bookings will be available in 365 sports basketball time slots; We recommend booking in advance.
  • Limit: 1 hour of Open Hoops or Dr. Dish time per person per day
  • No more than 1 athlete per hoop or 3 from same family at a hoop (i.e, 365 sports basketball. 2 siblings and 1 parent).
  • You will be charged a No-show fee of $12 if you book an Open Hoop session and do not attend. You will be charged $12 if you book an Open Hoops Dr. Dish session and do not attend.
  • 1 hour One on One trainings with Blaze Basketball Skills Trainers can be scheduled based on Blaze coach availability. Click on the "Personal Training" tab.

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Blaze Sports & Fitness has TWO Dr. Dish Shooting Machines available for rental on the North Hoop or the South Hoop for high repetition training.

Rent the Dr. Dish and half of the Blaze gym - either North Hoop Dr. Dish, South Hoop Dr. Dish or Skills Lab rental with Dr. Dish.

Pricing:

    • $12 for 25-minute session ((1) person)
    • (regular price - $18 for 30-minute session - one person)
    • - $108 for  10-pack of 25-minute sessions and half the court (one person)**
    • Additional person is $10 for 25 minutes

*Blaze will provide basketballs to use in the Dr. Dish machines.

View the SCHEDULE below and select Dr. Dish 25-minute rental and click BOOK or check the Blaze365 app for all available open gym times.

Please emailteam@blaze365.com or call 920-750-5180 for more information

We provide sport-specific experience from well qualified, experienced coaches, so you can learn from people who know what it takes to perform at a high level in the high school, college and professional arenas. See the Sports Performance page for a list of items we can help your athlete with!

Personal (one on one) Training:

60 minutes: $75/session OR $675/10 sessions
45 minutes:
$55/session OR $495/10 sessions

Select your personal options BELOW, and select SEARCH, or check the Blaze365 app for all available training times.


If you would like to schedule a small group training (different rates apply), please email schedule@blaze365.com or call 920-750-5180

 

 

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Option 1: Rent the Dr, 365 sports basketball. Dish in the private Blaze Skills Lab.

Option 2: Rent the Dr. Dish and half of the Blaze gym.

  • $12 for 25-minute session (one person)
  • $108 for 10-pack of 25-minute sessions (one person)
  • Additional person is $10 for 25 minutes

Check the Blaze365 app to book a session.

GROUP TRAINING

Improve your game with our very talented Basketball Training Specialists, 365 sports basketball. These coaches will drive you to the next level with their creative and intense small group skills sessions and camps. Whether you are a novice or advanced athlete, they will prepare you to make a statement both on and off the court.

$18/session
$165/10 sessions

PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal, one-on-one and small group training (2-5 athletes) is available for basketball.

1-on-1 Pricing:

60 minutes - $75 for 1 session  OR   $675 for 10 sessions (save $75!)
45 minutes - $55 for 1 session  OR  $495 for 10 sessions (save $55!)

Please emailteam@blaze365.com or call 920-750-5180 for more information

 

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Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports offers a wide variety of activities for our students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community. We cater to the needs of the competitive spirit executioner skateboard our patrons by providing safe and structured sports leagues. While we do keep track of wins and losses and declare a champion at the 365 sports basketball of it all, it is important to keep in mind that the most important aspect we offer is fun!

Intramural Mission

The University at Buffalo Recreation department is an essential component to the overall mission of the University at Buffalo. Its mission is to provide the students, faculty, staff and recreation permit holders with an enjoyable and positive intramural experience in an organized and competitive environment. While the game atmosphere is often competitive, ensuring participant safety, providing a fun, social atmosphere and promoting sportsmanlike behavior among participants, 365 sports basketball, spectators and team followers are our primary concerns. The game atmosphere should remain good-natured at all times, 365 sports basketball. Participants shall maintain good sportsmanship throughout their participation in all facets of the Intramural program.

Eligibility for All Sports

  • UB Students, 365 sports basketball, Faculty and Staff are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports leagues.
    • UB Students are immediately eligible.
    • UB Faculty and Staff must obtain an Intramural Sports Permit for $35.
  • All players must have a valid UB Student ID Card or an Intramural Sports Permit Card at all games.

Intramural Sports Permit

In consideration of being permitted to use the facilities and equipment of Recreation & Intramural Sports, for a semester-long Intramural Sports Permit, we require:

  • Copy of the players ID
  • Signed waiver
  • $35 365 sports basketball (credit card or 365 sports basketball Recreation Member Services, 175 Alumni Arena.

Questions? Contact Roz at dominico@buffalo.edu.

Sportsmanship Guidelines

Players are expected to display good sportsmanship toward opponents and Recreation staff at all times. A player may be declared ineligible to participate in any organized intramural activity for inappropriate behavior toward Recreation staff or opponents.

Recreation staff members have the authority to stop any contest when players an/or spectators engage in misconduct (unruly or disorderly behavior.) No warning by the Recreation staff is required. The Recreation staff member will declare a forfeit against one or both of the teams. Any or all members of the offending team may be suspended from organized intramural sport activities.

Abusive language toward Recreation staff or opponents, disruption of play, fighting or striking another individual shall constitute acts of unsportsmanlike conduct. Unsportsmanlike conduct is not limited to these examples.

Policies and Procedures

Section I. General Information

Article I. Assumption of Risk

There are certain risks of injury that are inherent to participation in sports and recreational activities. Injuries may be minor or serious and may result from the actions of inctions of themselves or others. Maintenance of good physical health and appropriate financial planning in the form of insurance in the event of a physical mishap can give you more peace 365 sports basketball mind while participating. Each participant will be required to sign an Assumption of Risk waiver prior to participating in any intramural sports.

Article II. Health

The Recreation Services Department believes that participation in recreational sports is a positive, healthy experience that provides enjoyment to our participants. To foster health benefits and maximize enjoyment for participants and student staff, consuming alcoholic beverages before, during, or on site after participation is a violation of University policy. Individuals or teams who violate this policy will not be eligible to participate. All participants are strongly urged to have a yearly medical examination and to carry medical insurance coverage. The Student Health Services has information entitling all students to a special rate from an insurance company. (http://www.subboard.com/smi/)

Article III. Injuries, 365 sports basketball, Open Wounds & Lacerations

Whenever a Recreation Sports participant suffers a laceration or wound where bleeding occurs, 365 sports basketball, the competition shall be stopped at the earliest possible time and the participant will be required to leave the field of play. The participant will not be allowed to return to the competition until the wound has been covered and the bleeding has stopped. Participation in sporting activities may cause injury and exposure to blood borne pathogens. Blood borne pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause diseases in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and Human Immunodeficiency Kayako to zendesk migration (HIV). The recreational sports program will make every effort to minimize exposure to its employees and participants. Because the intramural staff is trained and certified to respond to emergency and blood exposure situations, we ask that they be contacted immediately to respond to injury.

The University and its staff are not held responsible for any injuries incurred while participating or as a spectator in the intramural sports program. All injuries should be reported to the game officials and Head Official. All minor injuries can be handled by the supervisor with a first aid kit of the injured person may go, with assistance, to the Student Health Services for treatment. All major injuries or emergencies will be handled immediately by the Head Official in charge by calling Campus Police at 716-645-2222 and proceeding with First Aid/CPR as needed. Assistance will be sent as soon as possible. Medical expenses incurred such as ambulance, 365 sports basketball, doctor bills and x-rays will be the responsibility of the participant.

Article IV. Website

The UB page on the IM Leagues site (www.imleagues.com/buffalo) will be the primary source of all current and up-to-date recreational sports information. The website shall contain current information regarding entry deadling, meeting dates, event schedules and standings. Participants and team captains are urged to check the website daily to keep posted on current notifications. The intramural sports portion of the Recreation website, as well as Facebook (www.facebook.com/ubintramuralsports) and Twitter (@UBIMSports) will be a secondary source of information pertaining to Intramural Sports.

Section II. How to Enter

Article I. Schedule of Events

Each semester's schedule of events, entry deadlines and the starting dates are published before the start of the upcoming semester. Additional activities and information are announced periodically through the Recreation information booklet, Precreational Sports flyers and website and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ubintramuralsports.) All activities are subject to change.

Article II. How to Enter/Entry Fees

Participants wishing to enter alex zhu golf team may do so by creating a team on www.imleagues.com/buffalo. An entry fee is due at the time of registration for each sport that requires a fee. A team will not be officially registered for an event until the entry fee has been paid online. Furthermore, all team captains must pass the mandatory Captains' Quiz or attend the mandatory Captains' Meeting for each recreational sports event if applicable, 365 sports basketball. Teams that do not attend this meeting will lose any scheduling priority and run the risk of having their registrations cancelled.

Article III. Free Agency

Anyone wishing to play an intramural sport, but does not have a team to enter, 365 sports basketball, may join the Free Agency List and either be asked to play by a team captain or they can attend the captains meeting for the sport they wish to participate and be placed on a team. The intramural staff will not place an individual on a team.

To be put on the Free Agency List, all players must go to www.imleagues.com, log in or create an account and proceed to the league page that you wish to play in. Above the division options will be a link to "Join As Free Agent." Click the link and select all divisions that you are interested in. You will then have an option to submit a message that could include position(s) that you play and/or experience. You must join as a Free Agent for each league that you are interested in. Captains' can go to the Free Agency list and find players to fulfill their rosters. You may also contact the captain of a team that is looking for players.

Captains needing players to fulfill their roster should go to the Free Agency List for their league where they find a list of available players. They can then contact the player through IM Leagues, email or phone number, if provided.

Article IV. Entry Deadlines

Registration deadlines are established to allow enough time to schedule the games and playoff. These deadlines will be strictly enforced. If the deadline has passed for an even in which you are interested, 365 sports basketball, please contact the Assistant Director for Intramural Sports to determine if spaces are available or to be placed on the waiting list for that program, 365 sports basketball. Any registrations accepted after the deadline will be $10 more than the original fee.

Section III. Eligibility

Article I. Eligibility

Participants are responsible for their own eligibility. Furthermore, each player and team captain is responsible for checking the eligibility of their team members. Inquiring about eligibility in advance of contests precludes delays and potential disqualifications. The Intramural Sports Program will check the eligibility of players if an opposing captain lodges a protest, if the Intramural Sports Department has reason to believe the person in question is not eligible or routinely as the department sees fit.

Article II. Students, Faculty & Staff

All students, 365 sports basketball, faculty and staff members regularly enrolled or working in any department or college of the University are eligible to participate in all intramural events and will remain eligible until they withdraw, graduate or fail to comply with the policies and procedures set forth in this document. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders. All other Recreation Permit Holders are not golf takashimaya to participate in the Intramural Sports Program. Alumni (having obtained a degree from the University) are eligible to participate with an Alumni Intramural Permit. All participants must present a valid UB Student or Faculty/Staff ID to the big 5 sporting goods softball gloves sports staff before the start of every scheduled contest. Any required recreation permits or lumni permits must be presented as well. No other form of identification will be accepted. If it is found that an ineligible player has played during any scheduled contest, that contest will be considered a 365 sports basketball III. Assumed Name

Anyone who participates under and assumed name or golf store guelph someone else's ID is ineligible and will be suspended for the remainder of that sports season. A team guilty of using such a player will forfeit all contests in which the ineligible player participated.

Article IV. Intercollegiate Team Members and Junior/Community College Athletes

"Active" members, including redshirts and disadvantages of surfing freshmen of the varsity or other intercollegiate teams are ineligible to participate in the same or related sport for a period of one (1) year from the date of their last intercollegiate competition. "Active" members shall be defined as any athlete who is on an intercollegiate team roster within one week of the intercollegiate team's first scheduled contest. Junior College/Community College athletes who have competed for a junior college or community college team 2mm diamond tennis chain ineligible to compete in those sports or related sports during the same academic year.

Article V. Professional/Semi-Pro Athletes

Any student, faculty or staff member who is or has been a professional player or 365 sports basketball is ineligible for 5 years from the date of the last professional participation in that sport or a related sport. A professional/semi-pro player or athlete is defined as one who has received monetary remuneration for his/her athletic services.

Article VI. Sport Club Members

Sport Club members are eligible to participate in recreational team sports. Teams will be limited to two (2) club athletes per team in the same or equivalent sport in which they participate. Club members are those persons who have participated in practices/games with club during the current academic year, paid membership dues to a club or are listed as a member of a club on the Sport Club Roster.

Article VII. High School Players

High School Students enrolled in the Post-Secondary Option Program are not eligible to participate in recreational sport programs.

Article VIII. Penalties

Any team or individual found guilty of violating any of the eligibility rules shall forfeit all contests in which ineligible players participated. Roster additions will not be accepted late due to discovery of ineligible players. The Recreation & Intramural Services Department shall determine an individuals eligibility to engage in future contests.

Article IX. UB ID Cards

All participants must present a valid UB Student or Faculty/Staff ID prior to playing in any recreational sports contest. Players forgetting their ID's will not be able to compete unless they have lost their ID and have stopped by the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) and received an Intramural Pass 365 sports basketball that day.

Section IV. Rosters

Article I. Adding Players to Roster

In an effort to reach as many participants as possible, players may be added to the roster at any time up until the roster lock date (last regular season game), provided the new players meet all eligibility requirements. With that, all participants must play in at least 75% of their regular season games to be eligible to participate in playoffs. Players may not be added to rosters after the roster lock date. Team rosters will them be frozen. Any team who uses a player not on their "frozen" roster will forfeit the remainder of ther contests for that season 365 sports basketball will have to pay a forfeit fee. Roster additions will not be accepted after the roster lock date even if ineligible players are discovered on the roster that drop the eligible number of participants below the minimum required to play.

Article II. Team Participation

Any individual whose name appears on more than one team roster for the same league is considered to be an official member of that team for which he/she first plays and is not eligible to play for any additional team. An individual may play on only one team in each league. A league is any certain level/type of play. For example, 365 sports basketball, you may only play on one recreational team. However, you may play on a competitive team AND a recreational team. A player listed on a completed score sheet cannot switch teams in the same league for the remainder of that season or tournament. Any player who has played but has not been listed on the roster subjects his/her team to feorfeiture of that game. Any individual that is not listed on the roster will be considered an ineligible participant.

Article III. Transferring Teams

A player wishing to change teams after they have already played for another team will no be allowed to transfer. You must remain with the same team all season long. If, however, you appear on another team's roster but have not played for that team, you may request to transfer to another team. Transfers may only take place up until the start of the third contest. All transfer requests must be approved by the Assistant Director for Intramural Sports.

Section Skirt sports 13er. Captains/Co-Captains Responsibilities

Article I. Responsibilities

Each team entering a recreational sports activity must have a captain and/or co-captains. Captains and co-captains must be playing members listed on the official team roster. The captain and/or co-captains should be interested in the welfare of the Recreational Sports Program, as well as that of his/her team. He/she should be a capable and conscientious person who will serve as a 365 sports basketball between 365 sports basketball Intramural Sports Office and the team. The role of the captain/co-captains is crutial to the overall relationship between the Recreation and Intramural Services Department and the participants. Team captains' responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Provide an accurate and valid email 365 sports basketball and phone number for which to send all correspondences.
  2. Attending mandatory Captains' Meeting before the start of each recreational sport.
  3. Being familiar with the Recreational Sports Handbook Rules & Policies and ensure they are followed.
  4. Maintaining team sportsmanship.
  5. Checking your team's schedule on the IMLeagues website. (Information concerning date, time, location of contest will not be given via telephone from Recreation Member Services due to potential for miscommunication)
  6. Promptly responding to recreational sports staff concerning schedule changes, eligibility inquiries and player ejections.
  7. Representing the team in case of a protest.
  8. Checking email at least 1 time per day and responding appropriately during sport season for any potential wether cancellations, updates and/or changes from the recreational sports staff, 365 sports basketball. (Email is the fastest and easiest way to contact you with this information)
  9. Keeping your address, phone number and email up-to-date on the IMLeagues website.
  10. Notifying the Recreational Sports Office if your team will not be showing for a scheduled contest.
  11. Submitting complete and correct team/player information on all entry forms.

Article II. Contest Rules

Rules & Regulations are designed for the safety and protection of participants, 365 sports basketball. It should be understood that by participating in Intramural Sports contests each individual has agreed to abide by all rules and regulations and is responsible for his/her behavior. All contests shall be governed by recreational sports rules adopted from NCAA, NIRSA, 365 sports basketball, New York State High School Athletic Association or amateur rules. Modifications will be made to adjust for risk, space, time and other constraints. The official rules for each sport will be made available to all participants via the recreational sports website and the IMLeagues website before competition in that sport begins. The Recreational Sports Program reserves the right to institute any rule change and will notify team captains of any changes.

Section VI. Forfeits kingman training eraser paintball pistol Defaults

Article I. Forfeits/Defaults

Any team or individual that fails to appear for any scheduled contest will be charged with a forfeit. Similarly, a forfeit will result when a team does not have at least the minimum number of players needed to play the activity signed in and ready to play at the appointed playing field by 365 sports basketball time of the game. Game time is forfeit time. There is no grace period. It is recommended that teams arrive 15-30 minutes prior to the start of each game in order to allow time to sign in and warm up. All forfeited games will be recorded as a loss. This policy will be unilaterally enforced.  If the field or court is set up 365 sports basketball, play will begin within 2 minutes of the completion of set-up. 

Furthermore, for each competition forfeited, a forfeit fee of $5 will have to be paid at the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) before the start of the team’s next game. After a team forfeits a 2nd time, they will forfeit the reminder of their season.

Article II. Defaults

If a team knows in advance that it will not be able to make a scheduled contest, the captain should contact the Recreation and Intramural Services Department. A default will be granted to each team or individual that has notified the Recreation 365 sports basketball Intramural Services Department according to the following deadlines:

  • Games scheduled Monday-Friday→ notification must be received by 12pm on the day of the scheduled game
  • Games scheduled Saturday/Sunday→ notification must be received by 12pm on the Friday before the scheduled game

Captains may contact the Recreation and Intramural Services Department by notifying the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs by email at mbernas@buffalo.edu. This notification must 365 sports basketball from the team captain only. All defaulted contests will be counted as a loss. However, the team will not be charged with a forfeit.

Article III. Dropped from Play

Any team that forfeits a second game will be immediately dropped from play for the remainder of that particular season, 365 sports basketball. Teams are allowed to default one game per season and still remain eligible for competition. Teams that default tournament games in a double elimination tournament will remain eligible unless the defaulted contest results in the second loss. Teams that default more than one game will be dropped from further competition. Forfeited and defaulted contests will not be rescheduled.

Section VII. Protests

Article I. Protests

No protests shall be entertained which concern judgment calls on the part of an official.  Protested games will be immediately stopped. The Head Official on duty will note the score and time left of the game. The captain of the protesting team must then complete a protest form. The Head Official can make a ruling at that time or the protest can be presented to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs for further review. Captains of the 2 teams involved will be notified by email of the decision. Games which are protested over the interpretation of rules which are upheld by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, with the infraction believed to have a bearing on the final outcome of the game (in most cases), shall be played from that point, excluding time limit infractions

Article II. Player Eligibility

Any team or individual protesting the eligibility of a player should have sufficient reason to believe that the player is ineligible. To ensure honest sport competition, protests of alleged eligibility violations must be made prior to games 365 sports basketball the supervisor rather than waiting to determine the outcome of the contest. The intramural staff will check the eligibility of the accused player during the next business day.

Article III. Rule Interpretation

A coach, manager, or captain can lodge a protest on an official’s or supervisor’s rule interpretation, but must do so at the time of the incident. If 365 sports basketball protest is going to be lodged, the manager or captain must inform the supervisor of his/her desire to protest and complete the necessary paperwork.

Article IV. On-Site Procedure

The on-site Head Official will act as an arbitrator and can make a decision on the field. The on-site Head Official has the power to render a decision as he/she deems appropriate. If the protesting party is not satisfied with the decision of the on-site supervisor, they may appeal in writing to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Protests must be lodged by the team captain at the time of the incident and the proper paperwork should be completed and filed with the supervisor at the end of the game. Any protests lodged after this time will not be considered, 365 sports basketball. All decisions rendered by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs are final.

Section VIII. Scheduling of Contests

Article I. Leagues

Some team sport competitions will be offered in a league format. Each team will be scheduled for three to five regular season games (pending time constraints) and a single elimination post-season tournament for all teams that qualify, 365 sports basketball. Leagues will be scheduled based on the Undergraduate Academic Calendar.  Only teams with a Sportsmanship rating of a 2.5 or better during the regular season are eligible for the playoffs. All leagues will be scheduled using an instant scheduling format.  A minimum of four teams is required for all divisions, 365 sports basketball. The Recreation and Intramural Service Department reserves the right to make changes to division schedules as long it does not conflict with the game time of teams involved. If it does, then teams will be notified and given an option that will be more accommodating.

Article II. Tournaments/Playoffs

Upon completion of regularly scheduled league play or in the event of a single or double elimination tournaments it is the responsibility of the team captain to check the tournament brackets posted on the imleagues.com to find the date and time of the next game.

Article III. Postponement

With the exception of inclement weather and facility scheduling conflicts, no contests shall be postponed without the approval of the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Any contest postponed without formal approval shall be recorded as a loss for one or both teams.

Article IV. Rescheduling

Because of the number of teams involved in recreational sports play, 365 sports basketball, there are very limited time frames to complete scheduled contests. Rescheduling of contests is rare. However, if a team is unable to attend a scheduled contest but desires to play that game at another time or date, it may be possible to reschedule. The Recreation and Intermural Services Department cannot guarantee a new playing time. In elimination tournaments, 365 sports basketball, postponed contests must be rescheduled within a period of time that does not delay progress of the tournament itself. If a player or team knows of potential conflicts, notify the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs by email at ub-intramurals@buffalo.edu as soon as possible. All accommodations will be made by the Recreation and Intramural Services Department to work out these requests. However, if the opposing team does not agree to reschedule, the contest will be played at its originally scheduled date and time.

Article V. Cancellations/Weather

In some cases cancellations may be necessary due to inclement weather or facility scheduling concerns. In the event of inclement weather, check the imleagues website an hour before scheduled game time for an update on the game schedule, 365 sports basketball. Every effort will be made to reschedule cancelled/postponed games as best as space and time permits, however, 365 sports basketball, we may not be able to reschedule all contests. The Recreation and Intramural Services Department makes decisions regarding inclement weather as early as possible, 365 sports basketball. Head officials have the authority to 365 sports basketball a contest in the event of inclement weather.

Section IX. Officials

Article I. Officials

The Recreation department encourages students from diverse backgrounds to consider employment opportunities within the Recreation and Intramural Services Department. Experience is not necessary (but preferred); the desire to learn and participate is. The Recreation and Intramural Services staff will provide training to all officials. Every official will be required to attend training sessions, which may include:

  • Official clinics and meetings
  • Rules examination
  • Observation of games
  • Continual evaluation and performance feedback

Officials are University at Buffalo students. They assume an important and difficult task. Their role is to produce a healthy sportsmanlike and enjoyable game situation. Therefore, 365 sports basketball, it is the responsibility of all participants to respect the judgment of the official. The Recreational Sports 365 sports basketball will make every effort to obtain the best possible officials.

Section X. Sportsmanship

Article Canada vs sweden curling live Mission

The University at Buffalo Recreation and Intramural Services department is an essential component to the overall mission of the University at Buffalo. Its mission is to provide the students; faculty/staff and Recreation permit holders with an enjoyable and positive intramural experience in an organized and competitive environment. While the game atmosphere is often competitive, ensuring participant safety, providing a fun, social atmosphere, and promoting sportsmanlike behavior among participants, spectators, and team followers are our primary concerns. The game atmosphere should remain good-natured at all times. Participants shall maintain good sportsmanship throughout their participation in all facets of the Intramural program.

Article II. Participant Sportsmanship Guidelines

Players are expected to display good sportsmanship toward opponents and Recreation and Intramural Services staff at all times. A player may be declared ineligible to participate in any organized Rec Sports activity for inappropriate behavior toward Recreation and Intramural Services staff or opponents. Recreation and Intramural Services staff members have the authority to stop any contest when players and/or spectators engage in misconduct (unruly or disorderly behavior). No warning by the Recreation and Intramural Services staff is required. The Recreation and Intramural Services staff member will declare a forfeit against one or both of the teams. Any or all members of the offending team may be suspended from organized Rec Sports activity. Abusive language toward Recreation and Intramural Services staff or opponents, disruption of play, fighting, or striking another individual shall constitute acts of unsportsmanlike conduct. Unsportsmanlike conduct is not limited to these examples.

Any player ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct, depending on the severity of the incident, will be assessed with one or more of the following penalties:

  1. Suspension for one or more games
  2. Suspension from the league
  3. Suspension for the remainder of the semester
  4. Suspension from participation in any and all recreational sports for one calendar year

The team with the ejected player will not be allowed to replace that player. Any person ejected from a game or game site must leave THE GAME site immediately. Any ejected player must contact the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs either by email at ub-intramurals@buffalo.edu or by stopping into their office during office hours before their next scheduled contest to schedule a meeting to discuss the incident. If the ejected player does not meet with the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, they will not be allowed to play until they do so. Any player or spectator misconduct directed toward any facility used for Rec Sports competition (I.e. Alumni Arena, Clark Hall, Kunz Stadium, UB Stadium, etc.) will be grounds for immediate disqualification of the team whose player, team, and/or spectator is involved.  Acts of misconduct will be handled at the discretion of the Recreation and Intramural Services staff on duty or the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Sportsmanship is vital to the conduct of every Recreational Sport contest. In order to encourage proper conduct during games, officials, administrative personnel, and supervisors shall make decisions on whether to warn, penalize or eject players or teams for poor sportsmanship. These decisions are final. 365 sports basketball Recreational and Intramural Services administrative staff will rule on further penalties as a result of unsportsmanlike conduct. Each participant should choose his or her team members carefully, as all team members will suffer the consequences of any disciplinary action taken by the Recreational and Intramural Services staff against that team for violation of the intramural rules and sportsmanship guidelines.

Article III, 365 sports basketball. Rating Scale

Team sportsmanship is graded following each contest according to the following scale and criteria:

4 points: Excellent Sportsmanship
Players cooperate fully with the officials about rule interpretations and calls. The captain also has full control of his/her teammates. Team members webcam el medano surf spectators were respectful of opponents and officials and encouraged each others efforts. At no time 365 sports basketball this team disrespectful towards amsterdam football prediction or officials.

3 points: Acceptable Sportsmanship
Team members and spectators are respectful of opponents and officials except for one or two minor incidents which may or may not merit a warning from the game 365 sports basketball or supervisor.

2 points: Sportsmanship Needs Improvement
Team members or spectators are disrespectful of opponents or officials on a number of occasions which may or may 365 sports basketball warrant a penalty. Captain exhibits minor control over his/herself and his/her teammates and spectators. Teams receiving multiple warnings or having a player ejected for an unsportsmanlike act should receive no higher than a 2.0 rating.

1 point: Unacceptable Sportsmanship
Teams constantly comment to the officials and/or opposing teams from the field and/or sidelines. The team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or himself/herself. Majority of individuals on this team are disrespectful of opponents or officials on a regular basis.

Teams which receive a second unacceptable 1.0 rating in the same sport or activity are subject to immediate dismissal from league or tournament play.

0 points: Season Ending Rating
The following actions can result in an 0.0 sportsmanship rating:

  • Team is completely uncooperative and out of control before, 365 sports basketball, during, or after intramural sports contest(s).
  • Team captain (spokesperson) exhibits poor control over self, the team, 365 sports basketball, and/or the spectators. 
  • Multiple ejections or blatant unsportsmanlike conduct that endangered participants, fans, officials, 365 sports basketball, or supervisors.
  • Team fails to cooperate / comply with Recreation and Intramural services administrative staff/University officials while performing their duties; falsely represents or withholds any requested information.
  • Teams which receive a 0.0 rating are subject 365 sports basketball immediate dismissal from league or tournament play.

Article IV. Rating Method

Upon the completion of each contest, the officials/umpires will be given a rating form where they mark down their rating for each team. The forms will then be given to the scorekeepers (where applicable) where they will add their grade. The Head Officials will collect the rating forms and make any suggestions as to the marking 365 sports basketball or down of any grade. All rating forms will finally be given the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs where they will contact a team if further action is necessary. Each game rating will then be averaged at the end of regular season play and each 365 sports basketball will be given a rating, 365 sports basketball. This rating can possibly determine a team’s eligibility for post season play. Officials have been instructed not to comment to teams about ratings. Teams may inquire with a Head Official at the game site to view their sportsmanship ratings. A team captain may appeal his or her team's sportsmanship rating by submitting an appeal to the Member Services Desk (175 Alumni Arena) (addressed to the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs) by 12 Noon of the next business day following the game or match. Appeals submitted after this time will not be accepted.

Special Game Situations

A team winning a game by default or forfeit with no game play occurring will receive a 4.0 rating, unless special circumstances dictate otherwise. A team that wins a game by forfeit after the game has started and game play has occurred shall receive a rating based on their sportsmanship in the game play up to the time of the forfeit. A team losing by default or forfeit will receive no team sportsmanship rating for the game.

Article V. Team Sportsmanship & Playoff Eligibility

A team must have a 2.50 average or better sportsmanship rating during regular season league games to be eligible for the playoffs. The average sportsmanship rating will be calculated similar to the grade point / game ratio.

Article VI. Playoff Tournament Sportsmanship

A team must maintain its 2.50 average or better sportsmanship rating during the playoffs. The average will include regular season and playoff games. Any team which receives a 0.0 sportsmanship rating during the playoffs will be immediately dismissed from further tournament play and subject to further disciplinary action (if necessary). A losing team which receives a 1.0 or 0.0 sportsmanship rating in their final playoff game is subject to further disciplinary action as a team in subsequent sports, as individuals when appropriate, or to the team captain.

Section XI. Discipline

Article I. Discipline

All participants will be subject to this policy. Please read the policy carefully and be prepared to inform your teammates once the season starts. The following policy serves as a general framework for addressing violations of Recreation and Intramural Services policies and procedures. The Head Officials and the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs reserve the right to adjust any penalty on a case-by-case basis.

Article II. Major Offenses

Major offenses will simply not be tolerated. Major offenses and their ramifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Fighting/attempting to strike another individual or involved in an altercation
  • Aggressive physical contact with a recreational sports employee
  • Playing under the influence of alcohol or drugs
    • 1st offense 6-month suspension (summer does not count)
    • 2nd offense Permanent suspension from recreational sport

In order to be reinstated after 6 months, you must schedule a meeting with the 365 sports basketball Action Committee.

  • Intentional damage/destruction of facilities/equipment
    • 1st offense Participant is removed from the game, team charged with a loss, team and player suspended until participant pays for replacement of damaged equipment.
    • 2nd offense Participant is given a permanent suspension and will be charged for the replacement of the damaged equipment.

If spectators are involved in one of the major offenses, the ramifications are as follows:

  • 1st offense Spectators will be banned from the Alumni Arena and Clark Hall for 3 months
  • 2nd offense Spectators will be banned from the Alumni Arena and Clark Hall for trek dual sport 3 online year

In addition to the aforementioned sanctions, the Recreation and Intramural Services Department will send a copy of the sanction letter to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. This letter will be placed into your permanent file at the University. If the action warrants, the Recreation and Intramural Department will refer the case to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs.

Article III. Secondary Offenses

Secondary offenses will be dealt with in a different manner. Any player ejected from a recreational sports contest for any reason is automatically suspended indefinitely from all recreational sports activities and must meet with the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs and the Director of Recreation and Intramural Services. They will render a decision on further disciplinary action and eligibility. Individuals will remain suspended from all recreational sports activities until further notice.

Secondary offenses and their ramifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Profane language/obscene gestures
  • Unnecessary physical contact/minor contact with a recreational sports employee
    • 1st offense Removed from the game and suspended indefinitely
    • 2nd offense Removed from the game and suspended permanently from intramurals
  • Verbally abusing/threatening fall creek falls triathlon results official/supervisor
    • 1st offense 1 month suspension
    • 2nd offense 6 month suspension
    • 3rd offense Permanent suspension from intramurals
  • Ineligible player/playing under a false name
    • 1st offense Team that player played for will be charged with a loss for ALL games that there were playing as an ineligible participant
    • 2nd offense Player is suspended from recreational sports play for 1 year
    • 3rd offense Permanent suspension from recreational sports

In addition to the aforementioned sanctions, the Recreation and Intramural Services department will send a copy of the sanction letter to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. This letter will be placed into your permanent file at the University. If the action warrants, the Recreation and Intramural Services Department will refer the case to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs.

Article IV. Restorative Justice – Community Service

The Recreation and Intramural Services has adopted the ideal of Restorative Justice for all participants in all programs. Restorative justice is a values-based approach to responding to conflict and inappropriate behavior with a balanced focus on the person harmed, the person causing the harm, 365 sports basketball, and the affected community. Restorative Justice focuses on transforming wrongdoing by healing the harm that is created by inappropriate behavior. This concept of Restorative Justice will be incorporated into the disciplinary process for all Recreational Sports Programs.

Article V. Appeals

The sanctions listed above serve only as a guideline for addressing poor sportsmanship and inappropriate behavior by Rec Sports participants. However, the Recreational Sports Department reserves the right to impose additional sanctions on a case by case basis. All disciplinary matters will be handled by the Associate Director for Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs. Participants may appeal any penalty, but run the risk of having the penalty increased if the appeal is not upheld by the Director of Recreation and Intramurals Services.

Section XII. Divisions and Levels of Play

Article I. Divisions

Faculty/Staff: Working in any department or college of the University are eligible to participate in all intramural events and will remain eligible until they no longer work for the University or fail to comply with the policies and procedures set forth in this handbook. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Mixed: Divisions where Students, Faculty and Staff play on one team together. Rosters must be made up of a 60/40 ratio of Students to Faculty/Staff or 60/40 Faculty/Staff to Students. In other words with a roster of 10, 6 must be students and 4 faculty/staff OR 6 faculty/staff and 4 students. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Men: The men’s division is open to all participants who are male students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions.  Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Women: The women’s division is open to all participants who are female students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions, 365 sports basketball. Faculty and Staff members must also be Recreation Permit Holders.

Co-Rec/Co-Ed: The coed division is open to all men and women participants who are students, faculty, or staff of the University. There is no 60/40 Faculty/staff to student ratio requirement for these divisions. There is usually a minimum requirement for the amount of females on a team. Check with each sports rules for their specific requirements.

Article ll. Levels

Competitive: Skill level is at that of at least high school varsity. No specific number of males and females.

Recreational :Playing just for fun and winning is not as important as playing the game.

Section XIII. Miscellanious

Article I. Athletic Attire

Proper athletic attire must be worn during all Recreational Sports Activities. Proper attire pertains to all articles of clothing including footwear. Participants may not wear sandals or flip-flops during any Recreational Sports activity.

Article II. Alcohol/Drugs/Tobacco Policy

Smoking 365 sports basketball any other tobacco use is strictly prohibited lakota hills swim club drowning the entire UB campus. In order to maintain a safe playing environment for everyone, possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages (or any other illegal substances) is strictly prohibited in all recreation facilities. If a recreational sports activity takes place off campus, the same rules apply. Anyone participating in a UB Intramural Sports sponsored event is strictly prohibited from using any alcohol or tobacco products. Furthermore, any person (participants, coaches and spectators alike) who appears to be intoxicated or under the influence of an illegal substance will be removed from the Alumni Arena, Clark Hall or designated playing area and may face further disciplinary action. Violators could face up to a 1 year (365 day) suspension from participation in any UB Recreational Sports event.

Refund Policy

Refunds are permissible until 72 hours before the first regular season game. This 365 sports basketball apply to teams who have signed up and no longer are able to participate, or if their division does not fill completely, etc. This policy is enforced to ensure that other teams on the waiting list do not lose the opportunity to play.

Forfeit Policy

The first time a team forfeits will result in being placed on PROBATION.

If 365 sports basketball second forfeit occurs, the team will be EJECTED from the league and a meeting will be set up with the Director for Intramural Sports.

Sportsmanship Score

During all games, each team will have their sportsmanship evaluated on a scale of 1-3 (1 being the lowest and 3 the highest). This score will help break the tie come playoffs between two teams who have the same win/loss average.

Arriving Late

There is no grace period if your team arrives late. If you cannot produce the minimum number of players required at the scheduled time of your game, 365 sports basketball, your team will forfeit.

Contact a Professional

Roz Dominico

Assistant Director for Intramural Sports and Programs

Recreation

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About the Author

Terry Porter found his love for the game of basketball during high school in Mandan, North Dakota from 1970–1974.

One of the highlights of his career was upsetting then #1 Dickinson Trinity in the Western Dakota Association Tournament 75-57. The game ended up being voted the "Upset of the Year" by the North Dakota Sportscasters and Sportswriters in 1975.

Porter continued his basketball career at then Mary College (now University of Mary) in Bismarck, North Dakota for legendary coach Al Bortke. His college team compiled a 90-24 record from 1974–1978. His junior and senior year had a record of 48-10, with a school record 26–0 home record at home. He returned to his alma mater in 1980 as an assistant coach and helped the team to a 147–55 record during that span, including a 30–3 season record and a trip to the 1982 NAIA National Tournament as District 12 Champions. He was inducted into the Marauder Hall of Fame, once as a player and once as an assistant coach.

From 1986–1997, Porter was the head coach at Lake Region State 365 sports basketball in Devils Lake, North Dakota. He finished second on the all-time wins list with a career record of 173–168, including four Mon-Dak Conference Championships and one State Championship. Another career highlight was coaching the nation's leading scorer, Dan Schilz, who also led the NJCAA with a 35 PPG average.

Porter continued his coaching career at Fargo North, Concordia College (men), Fargo Davies, and Concordia College (women), along with coaching AAU during the summer with NDPRO in Fargo.
When not coaching basketball, he developed a practice planner, "Championship Basketball Planning," for high school and college basketball coaches.

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Maxpro Basketball provides superior basketball training for boys and girls 3rd grade through High School. We offer group training, 365 sports basketball, youth basketball leagues, youth holiday and summer camps, and AAU/select basketball teams. Our coaches are high trained and all have go through a background check. We serve The Woodlands, Conroe, Magnolia, Montgomery, Oak Ridge, Spring, North Houston, and Klein, Texas.…

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  • There's not a better program anywhere. For people to make up lies and post for others to read when they weren't given the answer they wanted or the team they wanted, 365 sports basketball, or a refund in the time frame they wanted, you should not be doing this if it's a burden. It not for everyone. HOWEVER, Bernard and Teresa make it so it is for EVERY child athlete, or basketball dreamer. Not everyone can afford the costs. BUT they make it so you can. They are understanding and compassionate about 365 sports basketball game and the program in which they are building. Go to the other programs in the area and be used. 365 sports basketball want you to see what else is offered in the area. But those programs don't have your child's best interest at all times. I've known these LEADERS for years and there's never been an issue. PERIOD. Thank you BERNARD and TERESA for building a legit product and being trustworthy and honorable. Even when people make up lies about you. When your student athlete has visible, noticeable changes on his/her game, that's all the speaking this program needs. Keep killing it!!!!

  • Select TEAM, spring 2020 season had not yet began when the outbreak of Corona 1st broke out yet regardless they refuse to refund even though AAU says they are required to do so.  No team practices, no practice jerseys, no bags, no game jerseys.Nothing but a huge disappointment in how they are handling this.  Granted, what has happened with the world, is not their fault but this is no justification to keep thousands of dollars & taking advantage of people who have lost jobs etc.  They did Offer, "partial credits" only however, all other leagues have already processed refunds.  They are basically saying if you are moving out of state, & 365 sports basketball to use the credit then you 365 sports basketball SOL.  This raises concern for their motive.Teresa Tran & Bernard Smith are a married couples who run Maxpro 365 Elite/Grand Pkwy Sports.

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To put it simply, our main objective at 365 Elite Basketball is to develop fundamentally sound basketball players. The 365 Elite coaches are determined to provide you with the skills necessary to become the best player YOU want to be. Our coaches and staff believe that we have important responsibilities and amazing opportunities to positively impact a player's life.

We've created a structured environment to allow each player to reach his or her full potential. In fact, over 97% of our athletes to date, 365 sports basketball, have made their High School and Middle School basketball teams, 365 sports basketball. Our success comes from a group of experienced and dedicated coaches whose main goal is to help you improve your basketball IQ and skill set. We're a very competitive basketball program and want to win every game, but we never let winning take precedence over the development of players.

Please contact us with any questions. The coaches at 365 Elite are here to listen and give the best advice possible.

We can't wait to welcome you to our team!

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