The IM 10-on-10 slow pitch wiffleball season consists of 2-3 regular season games (1-2 games per week) and a single elimination playoff tournament.
The Fall 2019 season begins Monday, October 21st and concludes in early December.
Participation in IM slow pitch wiffleball is FREE for all current FSU students. Valid FSUCard is required at check-in prior to each match.
The team captain will select the team’s league/division preference and playing day and time at registration, on a space-available basis. Sign-up early in the registration period for the best availability.Registration Tips Register Now on IMLeagues
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Games are scheduled between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm on the days listed. Teams select their preferred playing day and time during registration.
All teams with the required sportsmanship rating average (regardless of win-loss record) also advance to the postseason playoffs.
Registration Time — Men’s, women’s, fraternity, & sorority team registration begins at 12 Noon. Co-rec team registration begins at 12:30 pm on the dates listed. Register online at campusrec.fsu.edu/sports Registering on the first day of the registration period is highly recommended. Choice of league, skill level, playing day & time available during registration.
Cancellation & Forfeit Fines — A team captain that registers a team and successfully completes the captains exam, then later cancels the registration or the team fails to show for a scheduled contest will automatically be charged a $10-$20 cancellation or $20-$30 forfeit fine. The fine will charged to the captain’s University account. A team must cancel its registration by 5 pm on the final day of the registration period to avoid the fine.
Free Agents — Don’t know enough people to form a team? Join the FSU Intramural Free Agents Group on Facebook to make yourself available to other established teams.
Principles of IMs — Current, valid FSUCard required of all participants to check-in for each game or match. Additional IM guidelines, procedures, & eligibility requirements that apply to all participants and spectators are available online at campusrec.fsu.edu/sports/im/principles Unless noted, participation in Intramural Sports is free. Where applicable, fees are due at time of registration.