Intramural Sports

Sand Volleyball Courts at Sunset

Intramural Sports welcome all students and staff to join a team in which they may participate in a number of sports and activities on both a competitive and recreational level. This free sports program is free from discrimination, encouraging all skill levels to get involved. Intramural Sports also aim to provide leadership and fellowship opportunities, personal growth opportunities and lasting friendships. And with all that is offered, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

There are eight different league sports. These include Flag Football, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis Singles/Doubles and Team Tennis.

Aside from leagues, there are more than 30 special events and tournaments offered annually. These events range from swim meets to rock, paper, scissors tournaments.

Sports Clubs

Sports Clubs are student-run organizations for those who are interested in a particular sport and want to play at a competitive level. While focusing on leadership, education and service, Sports Clubs also emphasize skill development, team-building and socialization.

There are 40 Sports Clubs to choose from and all students, faculty and staff are encouraged to join. Sports Clubs may require try-outs. These teams compete with other colleges throughout the region, state and nation.

Kaiser describes Sports Clubs as an intermediate between intramural sports and varsity sports based on competition-level. The good thing about Sports Clubs is that they give people an opportunity to play a sport if it isn't offered at a varsity level, such as Ice Hockey.

Other Campus Facilities

The Broward Outdoor Recreational Complex is located north of Museum Road, between Jennings and Broward Hall. This facility offers basketball, sand volleyball courts, tennis courts, a roller hockey rink a skate park. Equipment is available for check-out.

The O'Connell Center Weight Room is a 2,800-square-foot free weight room and 1,800-square-foot cardio room. The Stephen C. O'Connell Center, also known as the "O'Dome" is located across from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.