General InformationFor information about a specific sport, click on the sport's name (left column) in the table above.
Late registration includes:
- Any team that is not registered for a league before the passing of the deadline
- Any team that has not paid their registration fee before the passing of the deadline
If your team DID sign up before the deadline but DIDN'T pay before the deadline, then you should make every effort to pay the registration fee at the front desk of the Center for Healthy Living as soon as possible to avoid being withdrawn from the league. Please note that you will be responsible for paying the regular registration fee plus an additional $10 late fee.
If your team DIDN'T sign up before the deadline, your team's addition to the league will be subject to the discretion of the Campus Recreation Coordinator. Factors taken into consideration are the number of remaining openings in the league, how much time has elapsed since the deadline passed, any extenuating circumstances, etc. For more information about registering after the deadline, please email Alec Carstens.
The Spring 2020 season will last a maximum of 8 weeks from the week of February 23 through the week of April 12. All leagues will conclude by April 16. The first 6 weeks of the season will be the "regular season" phase, and the final 2 weeks of the season will be the "postseason" phase, or playoffs.
The regular season phase will be composed of 5 weeks of round-robin play + 1 guaranteed BYE week to accommodate participants with spring breaks. A team's results during the regular season will determine seeding for the postseason playoffs, a single-elimination tournament that will take place April 6 - April 16. The team that wins the postseason tournament will be awarded the intramural championship t-shirts on the final night of the tournament.
During league games, intramural participants do not need a gym membership in order to gain access to the gym. Gym access for non-members (for intramural games) is included in the cost of registration fees.
In order to keep leagues competitive while still being inclusive of players at all different skill and ability levels, several leagues are split into more than one division. Teams will only play other teams that elect to play in the same division. The divisions are described below.
Elite (Division 1) - The Elite division is the most competitive division for intramural leagues at UNMC. Participants in this division generally have a wealth of experience in the sport they play and are looking to play other highly experienced players.
Intermediate (Division 2) - The Intermediate division is new for 2020! As the name suggests, the level of competition falls between the Elite and Recreational divisions. The Intermediate division is ideal for participants who aren't experts at their sport but desire a quicker, more competitive pace than the Recreational division.
Recreational (Division 3) - The Recreational division is the most casual level of intramural leagues at UNMC. Teams in the Recreational division are generally composed of participants who are new to the sport and/or primarily interested in playing for fun/leisure.
Who May Participate?
Registration for intramural leagues is open to UNMC/Nebraska Medicine staff, faculty, students volunteers, retirees, and the spouse/parents/children (aged 16 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. These numbers may be found on the sport-specific pages (linked below)
All league participants must register through EZLeagues.
Participants will not be asked to create an account or password. Simply fill out the relevant information in the online form and click submit.
All teams must must pay the registration fee at the front desk of the Center for Healthy Living for their registration to be considered complete!
A registration fee covers all costs associated with any given league, including facility access for league participants/spectators during scheduled league games. Participants do not need to have a membership to the Center for Healthy Living in order to participate in intramural leagues.
The registration fee must be paid at the front desk of the Center for Healthy Living (CFHL) by the registration deadline. Any team that has not paid the registration fee in full by the registration deadline will be responsible for paying a $10 late fee added to the regular league registration fee.
Refunds for Intramural Leagues are available up to seven calendar days before the first scheduled date of play. No refunds will be given after that point.
For More Information:
The answers to the most common questions we receive can usually be found on the sport-specific pages (linked above) or on our FAQ page. If you're having trouble finding an answer to your question, or if you'd like more information about Campus Recreation at UNMC, please email the Campus Recreation Coordinator (email@example.com).