We offer both recreational and competitive leagues, clubs, fitness programs and facility use that focus on providing participants with exercise, recreation, competition, and fun. It doesn't matter whether you're a veteran athlete or a first-time participant. There are plenty of opportunities waiting for you that will provide a sense of community and belonging between yourself and the University.
Registration for the upcoming outdoor soccer season is open. Entries for all teams are due by 4:30 PM, Wednesday, February 21. Play will begin the week of February 26. Soccer is an All Campus Championship event for Fraternity, Women's Closed and Campus divisions of play. To enter a team go to IMLeagues.com. Your UofL credentials let you log into the site.
We've started a new feature on our YouTube channel. Check out our weekly game of the week and highlight videos. Maybe you'll catch yourself in one of them!. If you are not on the list for "Game of The Night" and would like to have some of your highlights posted, you can check out cameras from the digital media suite in the library and film your games. Once you've done that just send your footage to us, so we can take a look at it.
The group fitness class schedule for the Spring semester have been finalized and released. Just take the Fitness link on the left or on the top of this page to see class descriptions and the new schedule. Classes will begin on Monday, January 9.
Check out the great article in this month's Campus Recreation Magazine. Campus Rec is a national print and digital magazine featuring recreational sports programs and departments. It is great to see our program receiving national attention Click here to see the article. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page and take the link to see the video as well.
Want to know more about the Student Recreation Center and the Intramural Sports Department? Check out our new video here.