RESPONSIBILITIES - LEADER (TEAM CAPTAIN)
Recruit members from your organization, fraternity, sorority, or student body for participation.
Inform group members of eligibility rules.
Submit full roster and entry lists for your group.
Check medical status of all participants and inform the director of any special conditions or needs.
Be responsible for having your team in attendance for all scheduled events.
Notify members of postponements and re-scheduling of games.
Attend weekly meetings. $5 fine for missing a meeting when your sport is 'in season'.
Maintain a high standard of sportsmanship for your group.
Familiarize yourself and your group of all the rules of the game.
Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common goal!
Click the sport name for their specific rules (in MS Word format). If you are a group leader it may be beneficial to print off a copy for each member of your team.
- 3 v 3 Basketball
- Basketball revised 2-2-16
- Box Hockey
- Corn Hole
- Flag Football
- Foul Shooting
- Ping Pong
- Texas Hold 'em
CONSTITUTION & BYLAWS - FAIRMONT STATE UNIVERSITY
Please click on the links below for the Fairmont State Intramural Constitution and Bylaws.
(pdf format) Intramural Constitution and Bylaws
Fall 2007: There has been an update to the Unsportsmanlike Section regarding players leaving the field/court of play and returning.
Fall 2008: There has been an amendment to the Fraternity/Sorority Eligibility Requirements.
Spring 2009: There has been an update to the Group Leaders' responsibilities.
The Department of Intramurals is delighted to announce its partnership with American Collegiate Intramural Sports. The ACIS Flag Football Sponsorship will enhance our existing campus intramural program with exciting national sponsor giveaways, contests, and promotions throughout the fall semester. It also provides opportunities for teams to compete, students to learn, and staff to gain valuable experience at sponsored regional and national championships.
Visit http://www.ACISports.com for more information and a chance to win a trip to the ACIS Nationals in New Orleans.