All teams wishing to participate in intramurals will be required to fill out a team registration form. Participation in intramural sports is limited to current students, faculty and staff (alumni, spouse and volunteers are not eligible). Participants can register as an individual or as a team. You must present your valid Toppercard ID at every game to play.
Alcohol and Drug Policy
Individuals and/or teams who arrive to a scheduled competition intoxicated, suspected of consumption, or possessing alcohol and/or other illegal substances will not be permitted to play. The game will be forfeited immediately. There are no exceptions to this stipulation. The supervisor in charge will have the final decision.
Proper attire should be worn while competing. All jewelry, watches, hats, and any other personal item should be removed before participation. Individuals wearing casts should have them padded and checked for approval with the supervisor in charge. Any person(s) bleeding and/or having blood on clothing will be removed from competition until this problem is resolved. Appropriate measures must be taken into account.
The Office of Housing and Student Life, Intramural Program Office, and West Liberty University will not assume the responsibility for any injuries received during competition. Participants are reminded that their participation is voluntary. We strongly recommend that all participants have a physical examination and secure medical health insurance. Any injury and/or accident should be reported immediately to the supervisor in charge.
All players that appear on a team’s roster must be a current student, faculty, or staff member at West Liberty University. A valid ID CARD for all participants must be shown to the staff members before all games.
All teams are encouraged to provide their own shirts with numbers. Each schedule will designate “Home” and “Visitor” teams. Shirt color of home and visitor will be activity specific.
Most equipment will be provided based on the specific nature of the activity.
Cancellation/Forfeit of Games
All games must start on time. However, all teams will have a maximum of 10 minutes after the official start time. Any games beginning after the official start time may have to play in a speed-up rule format. Any team that does not show for a scheduled game will be given a forfeit. Tournament play will end.
Cancellation of Game During Play
In extreme circumstances, a game may be called during play. This is up to the site supervisors. Captains may provide feedback, but the final decision will come from the supervisors. A game will be replayed if the first half is not completed. If called during play of the second half, the team who is ahead at the time will be declared the winner. If called during half-time, the second half will be played at a later date. Each score and penalty situations, ie. sportsmanship, will be carried over.
Game Time and Length
Number of Players on Field/Court
Substitution of Players
All teams and players must refrain from abusive language while on the field to officials and opposing team members. Abusive language may include but is not limited to swearing, continuous challenge to official’s call, and inappropriate gestures. A violation of this policy will result in ___________________________________ (activity specific), and a warning to the entire team. If continued, each player in violation will be ejected for the remainder of the game.