Intramural Sports Rules
Are you planning on playing an Intramural Sport?
If so, please take the time to view our rules in the presentation below. Click slides to view.
|Intramural Sport Rules|
|3v3 Basketball||4v4 Flag Football|
|4v4 Indoor Soccer||Badminton|
|College Bowl Pick-Em||College Pick-Em|
|March Madness Bracket Challenge||Outdoor Soccer|
|Table Tennis||Tennis Singles/Doubles|
|One Day or Week Tournaments Offered|
|1st Annual Hoops for Charity (Fall)||Laker Shootout (Spring)|
All participants are required to bring their Clayton State University student or employee ID card to ALL GAMES.
Players who cannot provide the necessary identification will not be permitted to participate.
A 10 minute grace period will be given to a team that does not have the minimum numbers of players to begin the activity! Any team or individual that fails to be ready for a contest at the appointed time will forfeit to the opponent.
No jewelry may be worn in any Intramural Sport. The penalty is dependent upon the sport.
All spectators are to stay off the field/courts at all times!
No Pets are permitted on any of the intramural fields.
Rules in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. If you have any issues downloading the rules in this format please contact the Assistant Director for Intramural & Club Sports.
Intramural Sports Sportsmanship Sportsmanship is a major part of the philosophy of the Intramural program at Clayton State University and is vital to the success of each and every program we offer to the University community. Intramural Sports staff reserves the right to warn, penalize, and/or eject participants or teams for poor displays of sportsmanship. The Department of Recreation & Wellness will rule on further penalties to be issued. All affected participants must report to the Assistant Director of Recreation & Wellness before their next scheduled game before they are eligible to be reinstated to play.
Sportsmanship Policy All intramural participants will be subject to the IM SPORTSMANSHIP POLICY! Your team’s sportsmanship will be evaluated each game by your officials and scorekeepers on a four point scale (four being the best and one being the worst). Ejections, verbal abuse to the official, disruptive behavior by the team or its fans equates to low sportsmanship scores. Additional points will be subtracted at the conclusion of the game if a team is found to be responsible for excessive trash left at game sites. This includes but is not limited to empty water bottles, cups, and trash. If a team has a sportsmanship rating average lower than 3.0 at the end of the season, that team will not be allowed to participate in the playoffs.