Here's a plain-English breakdown of our various leagues and divisions. See which one best fits your team's skill and interest level. Women's and sorority leagues have a single division each. Fraternity teams have predetermined garnet & gold divisions.

Men's Division I

Where the talent is. D-I is for our advanced skill level teams. These leagues and tournaments are highly competitive. Teams advance to the All-Campus Championship Playoffs, meeting the Fraternity League champion in the All-Campus Championship final.

Men's Division II

Some talent, but not all stars make up the team rosters. D-II is for our intermediate skill level teams with a range of very talented and moderately talented players. Leagues and tournaments remain very competitive. Teams advance to a separate playoff tournament.

Men's Division III

For teams with a mix of a few skilled players and some scrubs. Teams are more interested in playing the game and perhaps winning a few than challenging for an all-campus title. Teams advance to a separate playoff tournament.

Men's Recreational Division

No scholarships, not much talent. For teams interested in having a good time and not interested (so much) in actually winning. Teams do not participate in a playoff event and will instead play more regular season games.

Co-Rec Division I

Designed for our talented, experienced teams. These leagues and tournaments are typically highly competitive. Teams advance to the All-Campus Championship playoffs.

Co-Rec Division II

Some stars, some scrubs. D-II is for our intermediate skill level teams with a range of talented and less talented players. Leagues and tournaments remain competitive. Teams advance to a separate playoff tournament.

Co-Rec Recreational Division

Designed for our new teams and those who are more interested in playing the game, and perhaps winning a few, than challenging for the all-campus title. Teams do not participate in a playoff event and will instead play more regular season games.

Promotions & Demotions

The IM Sports staff reserves the right to promote or demote teams among divisions, without consent as necessary, to enhance the competitiveness of the division and/or the enjoyment of the other teams in the division.

*Teams in our Recreational Divisions will not be moved up as they will already be scheduled for more regular season games that will take place during playoff weeks for other divisions. Subsequently, teams in Divisions I-III will not be moved down to the Recreational Division due to these same scheduling conflicts.

Playoff Assignments

All teams in Divisions I, II, and III with a 3.0 or higher sportsmanship average and no outstanding forfeits advance to the postseason playoffs. Teams are assigned a postseason playoff division based on three factors:
(1) Regular Season Division: Teams receive base standings points (details) based on the division in which they play during the regular season.
(2) Win-Loss Percentage: Teams receive additional points based on their winning percentage at the time of the playoff draw meeting or scheduling.
(3) Big Wins or Big Losses: Teams receive bonus points for big wins and a deduction for big losses; the "big" margin varies by sport (details).
View our Playoff FAQ for answers to the most common questions about our new playoff assignment procedure.

Playoff Selection Order

Selection order at the playoff draw meeting is determined by sportsmanship rating (highest to lowest average) with regular season record (best to worst) serving as tiebreaker.

Have Questions?

No problem. Simply stop by the Intramural Sports Office in 1035 Tully Gym any weekday and speak to our friendly office staff. Or, you can call our office at 850-644-2430. Finally, you can also send us an email. Please visit our Contact Us page  to drop us an email.