Interhall Sports

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Athletic Commissioners

You are the vital link between RecSports and the students you represent. RecSports will be contacting you regarding leagues, tournaments, fitness, educational opportunities, special events and various other kinds of information. Whatever you can do to help us “get the word out” and to furnish necessary information will allow us to be of real service. Our staff is ready to help you in any way we can to make our activities better, but also to assist you with in-hall athletic functions. “How-To” information is as near as your telephone or computer, as well as rules, equipment and even facilities when they are available. It is our goal to make available a wide variety of recreational programs and to offer them in an enjoyable and beneficial manner.

For best results, please refer to your Athletic Commissioner Handbook.

Interhall Kelly and O'Leary Cups

About the Kelly Cup

Named after former Associate Athletic Director, Tom Kelly, the Kelly Cup recognizes Kelly's longtime service to RecSports. Among his many contributions, Kelly played a vital role in developing programming for women when they were first admitted as undergraduates to the University. Kelly retired in June of 2003, following 39 years of service with the Irish Athletic department.

2016 - 2017 Kelly Cup Standings   //   View all Kelly Cup winners

About the O'Leary Cup

The O'Leary Cup honors late Director of Intramurals and Club Sports, Rich O'Leary, who was instrumental in developing RecSports' all-sport trophies. In June of 2009, O'Leary lost his battle to cancer-related illness at the age 62. A member of the University's athletic department for 37 years, O'Leary was responsible for over 60 Intramural Sports activities and supervised its club sports teams.

2016 - 2017 O'Leary Cup Standings   //   View all O'Leary Cup winners

2015 Interhall Cross Country Results

2015 Interhall & GFS Golf Results

Forms

Representing Your Hall

Communication is the #1 ingredient in the success of the RecSports program. The following are suggestions for getting people involved and creating a positive experience.

  1. Post flyers and sign-up sheets for all events in high traffic locations.
  2. Be available for questions/problems.
  3. Know entry deadline and any special information for a particular sport.
  4. Remind captains of captains' meetings.
  5. Remind captains of insurance requirements.
  6. Take down old flyers.
  7. Check with captains periodically during season.
  8. Contact RecSports regarding any problems.
  9. Utilize RecSports email address and website as resources.

Hall Limits By Sport

Maximum teams per hall

  • 4-Person Golf Scramble - 1
  • Baseball - 1
  • Bowling - 2
  • Cross Country - 1
  • Dodgeball - 2
  • Flag Football - 1 A team & 1 B team
  • Ice Hockey - 1
  • Lacrosse - 1
  • Men's Basketball - 2 A teams & 2 B teams. An additional team may be registered on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first served basis
  • Men's Soccer - 1 A team & 1 B team. An additional team may be registered for on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first served basis
  • Racquetball Singles - 8 individuals
  • Sand Volleyball - 3
  • Tackle Football - 1
  • Team Racquetball  - 1 team per hall. An additional team may be registered on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first served basis
  • Team Table Tennis - 1 team per hall. An additional team may be registered on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first served basis
  • Team Tennis  - 1 team per hall. An additional team may be registered for on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first serve basis
  • Tug-of-War - 1
  • Women's Basketball - 1 team per hall. Due to available spots, the first hall to enter a 2nd team will get a spot. After that, additional teams must register on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first serve basis
  • Women's Soccer - 1 team per hall. Due to available spots, the first hall to enter a 2nd team will get a spot. After that, additional teams must register on the waitlist and will be accepted if there is room in the league on a first come, first serve basis