Rules and EligibilityEligibility
- Concordia full-time students, faculty and staff are all eligible to participate in intramurals.
- To be eligible for participation on a team, you must be listed on a team roster on file in the Intramural Office.
- You may play for only one team in a given sport. Failure to follow this rule will result in your suspension, and the teams will have to forfeit all games in which you participated.
- To be eligible for play-off competition, you must have participated in half of the regular season games.
- If you play on a Cobber athletics team, you cannot play on the an intramural team of the same sport. For example, Concordia basketball players cannot participate in intramural basketball.
- If you have any questions, please contact intramural director Troy Odegaard.
- All participants must be listed on a team roster, which is kept on file in the intramural office.
- All rosters must be turned in by the entry deadlines.
- All roster changes must be made before the third contest is played unless:
- A team member drops out of school and it is necessary to add a player so a team may compete with a full squad.
- A team member is injured and unable to compete for the rest of the season.
- A team member is suspended by the intramural committee.
- Alcohol and drugs will NOT be permitted at the site of competition. The intramural office reserves the right to discipline and/or suspend any individual whose actions are detrimental to the safety of all participants.
Each intramural must be represented by a team captain. Captain responsibilities are as follows:
- Represent team at meetings.
- Have an understanding of all entry and roster rules.
- Complete and return the entry blank to the intramural office on or before the entry deadline.
- Check with the intramural office for records and postponements.
- Oversee members of your team and spectators during contests. Only the captain can approach an official questioning the call.
- Report all roster changes before the third contest.
- Report all injuries, and any further developments, to the intramural office.