What We Do
Signups for IM Sports are due at 5:00pm on Friday, February 1st. The Captain's Meeting is on Saturday, February 2nd at 12:00pm in GSFC 253.
Throughout the year this program offers students the opportunities to engage with their peers through a healthy competitive environment. Each semester several coed recreational league sports are offered as well as other tournaments. Every year the intramural season kicks off with the annual SandBlast volleyball tournament at CLU's Sand Volleyball Pits. This event takes place after the opening week of school and allows for students to experience what this program is all about. During the rest of the year there are similar tournaments that highlight recreational activities created to involve as many participants as possible from the campus community.
Fall Semester Leagues
Indoor Soccer - Thursday Nights
Innertube Waterpolo - Tuesday Nights
Flag Football - Sunday Afternoon
3 on 3 Basketball - Wednesday Nights
Spring Semester Leagues
Dodgeball - Monday Nights
Volleyball - Tuesday Nights
5 on 5 Basketball- Wednesday Nights
Flag Football - Thursday Nights (Under the Lights)
Outdoor Soccer - Sunday Afternoon
Who We Are
The Intramural program at California Lutheran University is designed to combine physical, social, and recreational well-being by offering a diverse program of sports activities. Through the Intramural program, we encourage the participation of sport along with fellowship and healthy competition. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to enjoy and participate in the experience of good competition by emphasizing the value of sportsmanship that is fostered through the Intramural program.
Throughout the year this program creates several opportunities for students to travel off campus and experience recreational activities. In the past students have experienced hiking, rock climbing, white water rafting, snowboarding, surfing and other activities. Some of the trips have included hiking in Yosemite, snowboarding in Utah, rock climbing in Joshua Tree and surfing in Ventura. Every August before the fall semester begins, this program also operates a wilderness orientation program for incoming freshmen called Telios. During this unique opportunity, students spend a week at Yosemite National Park hiking, working with their volunteer service and spending time getting to know their future peers. In the future this program looks to expand and offer more consistent programming for students.