All students and faculty/staff have the opportunity to choose between indoor and outdoor events ranging from single day tournaments to multi-week league sports. We offer about 40 different sports in a given academic year ranging from racquetball, table tennis, basketball, spikeball, cricket, flag football, soccer, and volleyball. All skill levels are welcomed. Along with having tons of fun, those who participate in IM Sports will also develop leadership, teamwork, and social skills that can be applied to life outside of the recreation world and will last for a lifetime.
Individual and team registrations are available at IMLeagues
All rules can be found under handbooks on imleagues
Payments are due at the Campus Rec Membership Desk by each registration deadline.
NEW SPORTS FOR SPRING 2019
All-Sports Competition – This team based competition is a double elimination tournament which encompasses your team competing in volleyball, ultimate frisbee, kickball, soccer, flag football, turf hocky, yard games, and/or dodgeball
Basketball Challenge – 3 point contest (7pm) and tree throw contest (8pm)
Pickball – A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
IM SPORTS LEAGUE REGISTRATION
Note:All Individual and Team Registrations are submitted through IMLEAGUES. Online Registrations Must be submitted by 6:00PM on the last day of registration for that particular event.
All intramural participants must have an imleagues account in order to play in Intramural Sports.
TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT:
- Navigate to www.imleagues.com/tamuc or download the TAMUC Rec App powered by IMLeagues on Google Play or the Apple App Store.
- Click on the “Create Account” link in the upper right corner.
- Enter your information, and use your Texas A&M University – Commerce email address. (You must use your A&M-Commerce email address – NO GMAIL, YAHOO, ETC.)
- You will be sent an activation email, click the link in the email to login and activate your IMLeagues account.
- You should be automatically joined to your school – If not you can search schools by clicking the “Schools” link
- You may now log in at imleagues.com and register to participate in Intramural Events.
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR AN INTRAMURAL SPORT:
- Log in to your IMLeagues.com account or on the TAMUCRec App
- Click the Create/Join Team button at the top right of your User Homepage page
- The current sports will be displayed, click on the sport you wish to join.
- Choose the league you wish to play in (Men’s, Women’s, Co-Rec, etc.)
CREATE A TEAM (FOR TEAM CAPTAINS)
- Captains can invite members to their team by clicking the “Invite Members” link on the team page. Any invited members must accept the invitation to be joined to your team.
- If they’ve already registered on IMLeagues: search for their name, and invite the player
- If they haven’t yet registered on IMLeagues: scroll down to the “Invite by Email Address” box, and input their email address.
JOIN A TEAM
- Use the Create/Join Team Button at top right of every page
- Accept a request from the captain to join their team
- Find the team and captain name on division/league page and requesting to join
- Go to the captain’s player card page, view their team, or request to join
JOIN AS A FREE AGENT
- You can list yourself as a free agent in as many divisions within a league as you’d like. You will be visible to all members of the site and can request to join teams, or post information about yourself so teams can request to add you to their team.
IM LEAGUES PROVIDES LIVE CHAT FOR ANY ASSISTANCE YOU MIGHT NEED
The Club Sports program is designed for any student who has a great love of sports and recreation. Club Sport teams are student-based and student-led organizations that operate under the supervision of Campus Recreation and have been approved by the Office of Student Organizations. Clubs are not varsity teams and athletic scholarships are not offered. Some club sports have separate men’s and women’s teams, while others are co-ed. Participating in a club sport at TAMUC provides students the opportunity to experience leadership roles, show commitment, and enjoy a sport they love.
While the Club Sport staff assists clubs in their operations, the emphasis is on student leadership and development. Students are responsible for all aspects of operating and managing a successful organization.
There are two classifications of Club Sport teams: Recreational and Competitive:
Recreational clubs hold practices and meetings, but compete on a lower scale than regional or national levels. Recreational clubs are great for uniting students who share a common interest in a certain sport. Recreational clubs are NOT required to charge dues, but may if needed, and will still have all privileges of a recognized student organization such as the ability to reserve facility space and host practice.
Competitive clubs practice and compete on a regular basis against opposing university teams. Club members of a competitive club team are skilled players who seek to compete at a high level of competition. Tournaments allow members of a club to travel, meet students from other schools, and be involved in sport competition. Competitive clubs are required to charge dues, in order to participate on a competitive level.
HOW DO CLUB SPORTS DIFFER FROM INTRAMURAL SPORT PROGRAMS?
Intramural Sports provide an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and other members of the University community to participate in team and individual sports against other TAMUC teams or opponents. The purpose of Intramural Sports is to provide exercise, recreation, and fun to all levels of participants. The biggest differences are that Club Sports travel to other colleges and universities to compete and schedule their own practices, games, and tournaments.
HOW DO CLUB SPORTS DIFFER FROM VARSITY SPORT PROGRAMS?
Club Sports are not scholarship-based. Club officers are responsible for their own administration and for many of their own expenses. Unlike varsity sports, students manage their respective clubs in all aspects: recruitment, fundraising, scheduling, purchasing, etc.Back to menu Scroll to top
TRIPS AND CLINICS
Spring 2019 Trips and Clinics
You can sign up for trips in the Morris Recreation Center or the Outdoor Adventure Center or online at the link above.
If you have questions about any of the trips or would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Trip locations are subject to change**
**Trips are non refundable**
**Trip Registration opens 6 weeks prior to trip date unless otherwise noted**
**Our trips require participation in pre-trip meetings and/or skills sessions prior to the trip. This is to ensure participants are adequately prepared for the trip activities. If you are unable to complete the requirements before the trip you will forfeit your spot with no refund. **
POOL AND SPA ARE OPEN!
The Great OutRoars area is a welcoming outdoor facility that includes a 3-lap lane heated leisure pool, a two-tier spa, two sand volleyball courts, two basketball courts, picnic tables, and a sunbathing area.
The Aquatics program continually offers a variety of programs and activities so the members of the A&M-Commerce community can maintain a healthy lifestyle, stay fit, and have fun while enjoying the outdoors.
Please view the swim attire guidelines before you arrive.
Hours of Operation
- Monday-Thursday 7am-9am (Lap Swim), 12pm-10pm
- Friday 7am-9am (Lap Swim), 12pm-8pm
- Saturday-Sunday 12pm-8pm
Reservations: Please check out the reservations page for information about reserving.
*Please note the pool and outdoor area are subject to close unexpectedly due to unforeseen circumstances and inclement weather.Back to menu Scroll to top
CERTIFICATIONS AND SAFETY COURSES
Campus Recreation provides safety and certification courses for the university community and the public.
AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR/AED/FIRST-AID CERTIFICATION COURSE
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 6-9PM, MRC CLASSROOM
Participants learn life-saving skills in a blended learning format and will complete online modules that cover important skills/techniques, as well as general first aid information. All online modules must be completed prior to the in-class session date. The in-class session will be a review of the skills learned through the online modules. Participants will practice their CPR and AED skills on manikins, and practice their First Aid skills on fellow participants.
This certification is provided through the American Red Cross and is valid for 2 years.
Register by April 16 at mymrc.tamuc.edu or at the MRC Front desk.Back to menu Scroll to top