This is the website for the Fall season of the Intramural Table Tennis League. Click here for more detailed information about Table Tennis rules and match play at UNMC.
General Information (Fall 2020 Season)
Campus recreation has implemented measures to insure disinfecting and social distancing protocol is followed in all intramural leagues during the current global pandemic.
Click here for more detailed information.
Competition in many of the leagues is offered at two separate levels in order to accommodate players of all skill levels. That means that one team will only play other teams who elect to play in the same division. The divisions are described below
Elite (Division 1) - Participants on Elite-division teams are generally more experienced and play at a faster, more competitive pace.
Recreational (Division 2) - Participants on Recreational-division teams are generally more interested in playing for fun. Games are competitive, but are not played at as high of a competitive standard as Elite-division games.
How do I sign up?
Captains must create a team through EZLeagues. Once created, he/she must pay the registration fee at the front desk of the Center for Healthy Living and instruct his/her teammates to sign up with their team in EZLeagues.
Individuals without a team must sign up through EZLeagues. Once registered, an individual may a) choose to be added to team in need of players OR b) form a new team with other individuals unattached to a team.
Who may participate?
Registration for Intramural Table Tennis is open to UNMC/Nebraska Medicine staff, faculty, students volunteers, retirees, and the spouse/parents/children (aged 18 or older) of anyone who belongs to any of the previously mentioned groups.
In addition, individuals who don't belong to any of the previously mentioned groups may participate. The number of non-UNMC/Nebraska Medicine individuals allowed on a team is subject to sport-specific limitations.
In this case, Table Tennis (Singles) participants must be a member of the previously mentioned groups.
In the case of Table Tennis (Doubles), teams may only have 1 non-UNMC/Nebraska Medicine individual.