Are you looking for a fun way to get active and connect with your peers this spring? Look no further than the Barnes Center at The Arch’s intramural sports opportunities! Register for a sport by March 17 through the Wellness Portal IMLeagues Platform and reconnect to your childhood, where you played sports solely for the fun of it!


Futsal (or indoor soccer) is a great way to exercise and build teamwork with your friends! League options include competitive, recreational and women’s, and you need four people minimum to be recognized as a team. There is no limit to how many people can join. Now go practice your dribble!


Reminisce on the days of middle school gym class by joining a kickball league! Kickball offers a competitive and recreational league, and you need at least seven people on a team. Games are played in the Women’s Building Field on Friday evenings or Sunday afternoons. There are still plenty of team slots available, so what are you waiting for?


Unleash your inner Serena Williams by joining an intramural tennis league! Tennis offers both doubles and singles matches, so you can compete solo or with a friend. You will be sent an opponent weekly, and both parties will communicate to pick a time and location for the match that works for everyone.

Ultimate Tournament

The intramural ultimate frisbee tournament takes place on Saturday, April 15, from 1-4 p.m. Unlike the other sports on this list, the ultimate tournament’s registration deadline is later on in the semester; just make sure you register by April 12. To participate, simply round up a team of at least five people and show up to the Women’s Building field on the day of the tourney. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon outside!


Wiffleball is a scaled-down version of baseball meant to be played in a contained space. Similar to many of the intramurals on the list, this league also offers both a competitive and recreational division. Eight people are required to form a team, and games are played in the Flanagan Gym courts. We know you won’t strike out!

We hope you are interested in at least one of these sports, as intramurals are a perfect way to get active and engage in some friendly competition this spring!

Written By Madison Manczko ’24, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications