Intramural Team Point System
Most intramural activities are held "for points." Points are earned by individuals and teams for their organizations throughout the academic year. At the end of the year, the organization in each division with the highest point total is recognized with a special award.
Competition for intramural team points is held within divisions. Divisions are fraternity, residence hall, independent, women, and co-rec.
If a person transfers from one organization to another during the year, all points previously acquired by that individual shall remain with the original organization.
- Basis of scoring team sports:
- 3-team league: win 26, loss 9
- 4-team league: win 18, loss 6
- 5-team league: win 26, loss 9
- 6-team league: win 21, loss 7
- 7-Team league: win 18, loss 6
- 8-Team league: win 15, loss 5
- Forfeit in any league game: -25 points
- Forfeit in any playoff game: 0 points
A divisional championship in flag football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, or softball will score a bonus of 50 points. The runner-up will receive 35 additional points. Semifinal losers will receive 25 additional points. Quarterfinal losers will receive 15 points each. Other teams participating in the post-season tournament will score 10 bonus points each.
In co-rec inner tube water polo, the championship is worth 20 bonus points. The runner-up will receive 15 additional points. Other teams participating in the post-season tournament will score 10 bonus points each.
All-University points will be awarded for officiating soccer, flag football, volleyball, basketball, and softball. Points will be awarded to officials who finish in the 40th percentile of hours and receive a satisfactory evaluation from the intramural director.
Points will be awarded on the following basis:
- 10 points for organizations with one official meeting the above requirements
- 25 points for organizations with two or more officials meeting the above requirements
Eligibility for officiating points will conform to activity participation eligibility rules.
Individual, dual, and meet sports
Golf, free throw, 3-point shootout, cross country, miniature golf, home run derby, and bowling: Participants shall score one participation point. In team play (aggregate score of four men or women) the first five places in each division count on a 20, 16, 12, 8, 4 plan. An additional award will be given the five best individual performances in each division on a 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 plan.
Handball, tennis, table tennis, badminton, racquetball, doubles volleyball, squash, 1-on-1 basketball, billiards, foosball, and video games: Participants will each score one participation point. In addition, each match won by play or forfeit in singles sports will score two points. A loss in singles sports will score one point. Each match won by play or forfeit in doubles sports will score four points. A loss in doubles sports will score two points. Each divisional champion receives ten bonus points and the runner-up receives five points.
3-on-3 basketball and triples volleyball: Teams will score only three participation points. In addition, each match won by play or forfeit will score six points. A loss will score three points. Each divisional champion receives ten bonus points and the runner-up receives five points.
Swim meet: One point will be scored by each individual per participation per event in which he or she completes and fulfills certain requirements. Each individual final race will be scored on a 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 plan. Each final race in relays will be scored on a 12, 8, 6, 4, 2 plan. Disqualification during a race will still allow a participation point if the disqualification is not considered flagrant or unsportsmanlike.
Wrestling meet: One point will be scored by each individual for participation. For each win by play or forfeit, a player will receive two points for a decision or win by forfeit or 2-1/2 points for a fall. Each match lost will score one point. Each division weight class winner will receive ten bonus points, and the runner-up will receive five points. Following the competition, teams with a one-half point credit will be awarded the next higher number amount.
No points will be awarded or deducted for a forfeit in any individual, dual, or meet sport.