Winter 2021

In-Person Leagues

Intramurals for Winter 2021 include the following sports:

  • 2v2 Soccer Tennis
  • 1v1 Tennis
  • 2v2 Cornhole
  • 2v2 Pickleball

Registration opens on January 19th! Click below for more information and to register!

All Stanford affiliates are welcome! Join us for some extra fun on Instagram by following @stanfordrecsports!

JackBox Party Games (Registration is CLOSED)

Play Fibbage and Quiplash on Jackbox Party and have the chance to win an Amazon gift card and a shirt or a Winter Season Intramural Sports Pass.
This will be a great way to connect with other Stanford students while sharing a good laugh.

Registration

Registration is CLOSED. The minimum number of players per team will be 4, the maximum will be 8. We will have a 2-week regular season and 1 week of playoffs. Grab some friends together to form a group and get the chance to win an Amazon gift card and a free IM Winter Season Sport Pass!

The Games

Fibbage

Fibbage is the lying, bluffing, fib-till-you-win trivia party game from the makers of YOU DON’T KNOW JACK! Fool your friends with your lies, avoid theirs, and find the (usually outrageous) truth. And get this: your phone or tablet is your controller!“The mayor of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky is a ______.”

Quiplash

Quiplash is the gut-busting battle of wits and wittiness! Just use your phone or tablet (no controllers needed) to answer simple prompts like these:

  • Something you’d be surprised to see a donkey do
  • A double rainbow doesn’t have gold at the end of it. Instead, it has ______.
  • A better name for France

Lets see just how witty you are! 

How it works:

The game will be completely virtual, and can be played on any phone/tablet/computer! Our amazing host will guide you through the game and teach you everything you need to know! The host will gather the group together through a Zoom call so participants can chat together while they play together. At the end of each game, our staff will keep track of the points each individual received. At the end of the season, our staff will calculate the cumulative points each participant has – the group-mate with the highest points will advance into the playoff round, competing against
other groups winning representatives.

Free Agents:
If you are new to the school, no problem! This is a great way to connect with new students. You can sign-up as a free agent and we will place you in a group.

Playoffs:
Within the regular season, there will be 1 winner from each group that plays. In the playoffs, the winners from each group will come together and battle to claim the winning title of Fibbage and Quiplash. An audience will be allowed to help cheer your group-mate to victory! The crowned Champion will receive a prize of 1 amazon gift card and a free pass to access all in-person Intramural Sports in the Winter season. 


General Information

Our Intramural Sports Program offers over 20 individual and team sports throughout the year, with flag football offered in the fall, basketball in the winter, outdoor soccer in the spring, and softball in the summer. All sports are separated between two to three divisions in order to accommodate a wide variety of skill levels and experience in each sport. Divisions include:

  • Division I (D1): High Competitiveness
  • Division II (D2): Moderate Competitiveness
  • Division III (D3): Low-to-Recreational Competitiveness

Our staff reserves the right to move a team up or down a division to level the playing field. Players are not able to play on two teams in the same division.

All leagues are open with no gender restrictions. Leagues typically run 4-6 weeks for the regular season with 1-2 weeks for playoffs, concluding with a single elimination tournament to determine the team champion. This can vary based off of facility access and weather. Games are not typically rescheduled unless deemed necessary by the Competitive Sports Office.

All leagues and sports are on a first come basis. Limited space is available and we encourage you to register during the first day of registration. All participants must have a SUID to participate in Intramural Sports. Courtesy card holders need to email Cassidy Sanders-Curry at cassidys@stanford.edu to register.

Register

Registration takes place on the IMLeagues website.

Register and Create an Account Here

Please note that you will need to create a IMLeagues account.


Reminder: Your team is confirmed once you have the minimum number of players and have paid for the league. Your status will be pending until you have done so.

Competitive Balance

Teams are recommended to enter into the proper level of competition. If a team is playing out of their competitive level, the Intramural Sports Office will immediately counsel that team and has the right, at their discretion, to move a team up to the next class level for playoffs. Players are allowed to play on one D-1 team and one D-2 team or one D-3 team. The IM office reserves the right to remove players from rosters if found violating this rule.

Playoffs

1. All teams eligible for the playoffs cannot have a forfeit in the regular season
2. Must be over .500% winning percentage to make the playoffs
3. On rare occasions, we will take teams who are at .500% winning percentage
4. Sportsmanship will count in all sports and will be used to determine tie-breakers
5. Teams must have a sportsmanship rating of a three or higher to make the playoffs. There is no exceptions to this rule
6. A rating of a 3 is rated as an average sportsmanship game as the benchmark for the rating

League Details

Leagues are typically 4-6 weeks long, with every team playing one game per week. Teams are then ranked based on record, sportsmanship, and point differential and seeded in a playoff bracket. The playoffs last one to two weeks and result in one league champion.

Before the start of each sport, there will be a mandatory captain’s meeting. These meetings are designed to equip team captains with the necessary information on to successfully participate in our program. It also allows our staff to provide quality services and our leagues to run efficiently. Topics covered in these meetings will include, but are not limited to:

  • Policies & Procedures
  • Scheduling
  • Sport-specific Rules
  • Playoffs
  • Question & Answer