The extensive intramural (IM) program at Concordia Seminary allows students, faculty, staff and spouses to participate in a wide variety of sports activities. Intramurals are a great way to relax and unwind after a long day of hitting the books. Whether you play sports or not, come out on Tuesday and Thursday to enjoy some time together with the Seminary community!
Where will we be playing?
Fall and spring sports will take place on the campus field. If it’s raining, we will move inside to Pederson Field House. Winter sports will always take place in Pederson Field House.
Who can play?
Students, faculty, staff, and spouses are highly encouraged to play (adult children are invited as well). This is typically a time for the “grown ups” to play, but feel free to bring the kids out as a cheering section. They can earn points for your team just by showing up!
When will games take place?
The major sports will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fall and Spring games will start at 4:30pm, Winter games will start at 6:00pm.
How do I sign up?
Signup typically takes place right when classes start in the fall. After the registration period, teams will be picked for the entire year. Special registration periods may take place at other times throughout the year. You can also speak with the intramural director for assistance in special registration.
What sports are available?
Fall Quarter: Flag Football and Ultimate Frisbee
Winter Quarter: Volleyball and Basketball
Spring Quarter: Softball and Kickball
Possible Minor Sports
3 on 3 basketball
Tennis (singles and doubles)
Any more you can think of!
1 point for each member of your team who shows up to an event. This includes spouses and children. Even if you just show up to watch and cheer, you get a point! Please only count the point if you stay for at least half the event.
10 points for having a complete team.
30 points for a win (if a game ends in a tie, points will be split).
100 points for 1st place in a major sport.
75 points for 2nd place in a major sport.
50 points for 3rd place in a major sport.
5 points for each player that officiates a game.
50 points for winning a minor sport tournament.
25 points for second in a minor sport tournament.
50 points for having the most workouts in a quarter.
25 points for having the second most workouts in a quarter.
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