Ice Hockey is in person only at ISC and is first come, first serve basis. No holding spots.
Register as an individual or a team!
Intramurals is one of the most popular programs on campus with over 6,500 students participating annually. The Intramural Sports staff is here to serve you and to do everything possible to make sure that your experience is a positive one.
Important Intramurals Information
The .pdf file below gives a detailed layout of what is required from the Intramural player after they have paid for registration. It is required that all participants register on imleagues.com to receive their league information and scheduling. This website is also used as the point of contract between league managers and the league members.
Imleagues Tutorial (.pf)
Intramural FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
We ask that all students consult the FAQ when they have a question or concern about the leagues. Every effort has been made to make this collection of questions and answers as concise as possible.
Policies and important information:
How to Register
1. Register for intramurals in person at the Stewart Complex (ISC) or online starting Sept 4th, 2013 at 7am. Ice Hockey 7am IN PERSON ONLY at the Stewart Complex (ISC). Payment of entry fee is required in full when registering.
2. If you wish to play more than one day in a particular sport (i.e.volleyball, soccer, ball hockey) you must register for each activity separately. You can only register one team in an activity on one particular day.
3. All participants must be able to show a valid recreation card or proof of registration during league play. Program fees differ between Recreation members (M) and Non-members (NM).
4. Want to play with a friend? Please contact your respective League Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org with attention to the sport you are playing in.
All University of Victoria students, staff, faculty, alumni and the general public are welcome to participate in Intramural Activities. The program was developed to provide sports opportunities for UVic students who do not participate in other organized sports on campus, and do not have the benefit of professional coaching, scheduling, equipment and facility use. Some eligibility restrictions are necessary to provide fair opportunities for participation. These restrictions were designed by students and reflect the philosophy of Intramural Activities Program at UVic. Individuals deemed ineligible to participate may seek reconsideration by written petition to Recreation. This must be done prior to any participation. Violation of any eligibility rule will result in an automatically-forfeited contest.
All team members must be listed on the roster before being allowed to play. Rosters and waivers are due at the participant’s clinic. Any changes to the roster must be made by the deadline set out in the league schedule. ROSTERS MUST INCLUDE THE PHONE NUMBERS AND UVic ID NUMBERS (if applicable) OF ALL PLAYERS. Teams will not
be allowed to ‘pick up’ players not registered on the roster.
All team members must be listed on the team roster before being eligible to play.
1. Playing on more than one team: Players may play on ONLY ONE team per day.
2. Signing In: Each player must be listed (first and last name) on the score sheet prior to his or her participation in an intramural game. All names listed on the score sheet will be
considered as participating in the game.
3. Assumed Name: People who participate using an assumed name are ineligible.
Who’s Not Eligible?
Ineligible participants include, but are not necessarily limited to:
1. Current intercollegiate varsity athletes (in the same or similar sport for the whole year)
2. Present professional athletes (in the same or similar sport)
3. Current national team players (in the same or similar sport)
4. Individuals under 18 years and not currently enrolled at the UVic
5. Suspended or delinquent participants
Levels and Fairplay
Skill Levels and Tiering System
Competition is divided into divisions: Competitive (Comp) and Recreational (Rec). Recreational leagues are typically the lowest level of cmpetition. Competitive leagues are slightly more rigorous with players usually being of a higher skill level. These two level leagues are broken down further into Coed and Open. Any Coed league requires that a specific number of femal players must be in the game at all times depending on the sport. Open leagues are just that, open. There are no specific requirements for number of females. These leagues tend to be the most competitive. For example, a Comp Coed league would be more competitive than a Rec Coed League, while a Comp Open league would be more competitive than the prior two.
A playing fee is required to register for all intramural activities and must be
paid at the time the registration is made. There are no refunds for any course/
program/league unless cancelled by Vikes Recreation. Consideration will be
given to those providing a medical certificate or academic certificate indicating
timetable changes. All refunds are subject to a $10 administration fee. All refund
requests must be received within 30 days of date of purchase. Credits on account
are good for one year from date issued. A $25 fee will be charged for NSF cheques.
Failure to field a team, show up, failure of opponents to show up; or otherwise
dropping out of the league are not acceptable reasons for a refund.