Intramural Sports

Step onto the playing field and unleash your competitive spirit with our vibrant Intramural Sports program at Stetson. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or just looking to have fun and stay active, our program offers a wide range of sports and activities to suit every interest. From soccer and softball to flag football and volleyball, you'll have the opportunity to join teams, compete against other students, and make lifelong friendships along the way. Our dedicated staff ensures a safe and inclusive environment. Don't forget to check out our participant guide to join the program that calls to you and start making unforgettable memories.  

Interest Form 

students playing arrow tag

Begins on Wednesday, September 6th

double-elimination tournament 

Arrow Tag is a thrilling and action-packed sport that combines elements of archery and dodgeball. Players use foam-tipped arrows and bows to shoot at opposing players and targets while avoiding being hit themselves. It requires teamwork, agility, and accuracy, creating an exciting and immersive experience that blends the thrill of archery with the intensity of a competitive game. 

student running with ball playing flag football

Begins Wednesday, October 18.

This sport offers both CoRec and Open League formats beginning on Wednesday, October 18. This modified version of American football is played on campus at Rinker Field. Teams can expect to play 4-6 games before competing in a single-elimination playoff. 

Sports Rules

student playing futsal soccer

Begins on Thursday, September 21.

open league

Futsal is a variant of soccer played on a hard court with a smaller ball. It emphasizes quick footwork, close ball control, and skillful dribbling in tight spaces. With teams of five players, Futsal provides an exciting and skill-intensive game that showcases technical abilities and tactical prowess. The Open League begins on Thursday, September 21.

Sports Rules

pink kart racing against blue kart

September and October 27

How can we not bring back Intramural RC Racing! All races this semester are held on Rinker Field.

Rev up your engines and join us to experience the exhilaration of competitive racing in a fun and dynamic environment. Our club welcomes students of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned RC enthusiasts. You'll have the opportunity to showcase your driving skills and make lasting memories. 

girl playing sand volleyball


Sand Volleyball is a Co-Rec League with all games at the Cooper Beach Courts. After a three-year hiatus from our calendar, we are excited to be back in action when games start in November.

Sports Rules

student batting

Season begins Wednesday, September 6th

The games are between 3 teams of 4 players who take turns hitting and fielding. This fast pace style of softball has been a huge hit on-campus since arriving in 2019. The season takes place on Wednesday, September 6th and concludes with our championship game at Patricia Wilson Field near the end of October. 

Sports Rules

three students playing spikeball together

Friday, August 25 at Rinker Field

One day tournament

Spikeball is a fast-paced and dynamic sport played with teams of two. It involves hitting a small rubber ball off a round net and challenging opponents to return it within three touches. Players strategize, dive, and spike in an effort to outmaneuver their opponents and score points.

Want To Become A Sports Referee?

two students referees next to Travis Potter

The Sports Programs Staff hires new Intramural Sports Referees at the beginning of each semester. There is an informational session inside the Hollis Center Classroom on Friday, September 8 at 4 p.m.