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FAQs - Intramurals

How much does it cost to play Intramural Sports?

Fees differ for each sport, ranging from $20, $10, to no charge for individual/dual and some tournaments - please see the Calendar of Events.

What happens if I forfeit a game?

If you forfeit a game, you will be assessed a $10 Forfeit Fine that must be paid within three (3) working days of your forfeited game to remain in the league. If you do not pay this fine within the three day period, your team will be replaced or removed from the league and the tournament. During playoffs a forfeit will drop the team from the bracket. Additionally, failure to pay a Forfeit Fine will result in teams/individuals being suspended from further participation until all Fines are paid.

What happens if I forfeit more than once?

Any team that receives 2 forfeits in the same season will automatically be dropped from that league and the tournament. Teams will still be accountable for the Forfeit Fine of the second forfeit. If a team fails to pay that second forfeit the team captain will become ineligible to participate until the fee is paid.

How can I add players to my roster after the season begins?

For league sports, teams may add an unlimited number of players to their roster at the game site during the entirety of the regular season or pool play.  Teams may not add players to their roster at game site during the playoffs.  Players joining the team at the game sire will not be added to the official roster by the Intramural Sports Staff.  It is the responsibility of the player to add himself/herself to the team's official roster.

Teams may add players to their official team roster via IMLeagues at any point in the regular season or at any point in the playoffs.  We encourage teams to invite league free agents to their team which are listed on the league page on IMLeagues. Be sure that they meet all eligibility criteria before adding them to your roster.

How else can I find information on Intramural Sports at KU?

Schedules, brackets, standings, and other important information can be found online at IMLeagues.

Intramurals Contacts

Sebastian Blitt, Kerry McCullough, and Raul Picazo
Program Managers

Jon Randle - Assistant Director for Intramural Sports

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