The Recreational Sports department houses both Intramurals and Club Sports. The Intramural Sports Program at HSU is designed to offer students, faculty/staff and community members recreational activities in which they can participate on campus. Intramural Sports offers team sports in recreational as well as competitive leagues, depending on the participants skill level.
Leagues feature five weeks of round robin play followed by a single elimination tournament. Single day special event tournaments are also offered.
Getting involved in Intramural Sports is a great way to meet new people, stay in shape, and have fun! Stop by our office in the STUDENT REC CENTER 172 to sign up!!
BIG CHANGES ARE OCCURING...YOU WILL NOW REGISTER YOUR TEAM ONLINE!
The following sports and times will be offered for the FALL semester 2012.
"A" Mondays 7-11 p.m., East Gym
"B" Tuesdays 7-11 p.m., East Gym
"C" Wednesdays 7-11 p.m., East Gym
"A" Wednesdays, 7-11 p.m., Field House
Coed "Open", Sundays, 12-3 p.m., Field House
Co-ed "Open" Thursdays, 7-11 p.m., Redwood Bowl
Co-ed "B" Sundays 3-7, p.m., Field House
Co-ed "A" Sundays 7-11 p.m., Field House
Co-ed "C" Wednesdays 7-11, p.m., West Gym
Co-ed "Open" Monday, 7-11 p.m., Field House
Co-ed "Open" Tuesday, 7-11 p.m., Field House
Co-ed "A" Sundays, 5-9 pm, Redwood Bowl (outdoor)
Co-ed "A" Thursday 7-10 p.m., East Gym
Co-ed "B" Thursday 7-10 p.m., East Gym
What does the "Super", "Open", "A", "B", "C" league types mean?
SUPER - no restrictions on eligibility (intercollegiate athletes are eligible).
Open - intercollegiate players (same sport) must wait ONE YEAR before playing in this league
A - only one intercollegiate player (same sport) per team allowed.
B - intercollegiate players (same sport) must wait TWO YEARS before playing in this league.
C - intercollegiate players NOT eligible. This is purely a recreational league.