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Intramural Sports offers all Activity and Service Fee paying UCF Students (and UCF Faculty and Staff who purchase Recreation and Wellness Center Memberships) the opportunity to participate in a variety of team, dual, and individual sports. Participating is a great chance to get involved. Several divisions of play are offered for most activities to accommodate various skill levels for both recreational and competitive participation.

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Friday's Finest - Graduating Seniors

Posted on 2014-04-11 @ 12:00am

As our spring classes end, so does our programming for the semester. With this comes many final IM appearances for our participants, as well as our supervisors and officials. This week's Friday's Finest highlights our 6 Lead Supervisors and the bright futures they have awaiting their graduation from UCF this May. Three have secured IM Graduate Assistantships while the other three have accepted professional positions at a few amazing companies. Click "Read More" below for the full story!

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Team Handball Champion

Posted on 2014-04-09 @ 12:00am

The Team Handball Tournament took place on April 5th from 10am until 2:30pm. This year, we partnered with Team USA’s Southeast Region Men’s Team Handball Coach Vanja Telebak. Vanja provided us with actual team handball balls and helped teams by giving them pointers and explaining the rules. During pool play, both BCM and Phi Gamma Delta proved to be strong teams to be reckoned with. BCM, comprised of a few free agents picked up that morning, went undefeated the whole tournament. Using team work and strategizing, BCM played hard but smart throughout the whole tournament. In the Championship game they played against Apollo Kings and decisively took the Open Rec Championship. Meanwhile, Phi Gamma Delta lost one game during pool play to Phi Delta Theta. Coincidentally, both teams saw each other in the semifinals; however, Phi Gamma Delta had their mind set on redemption and winning and in a very close game that went to overtime, Phi Gamma Delta beat Phi Delta Theta. Later in the Championship game, Phi Gamma Delta played against No Fly Zone. No Fly Zone put up a good fight, but Phi Gamma Delta was fired up from their last big win which made them unstoppable.

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Team Handball Champion

Posted on 2014-04-09 @ 12:00am

The Team Handball Tournament took place on April 5th from 10am until 2:30pm. This year, we partnered with Team USA’s Southeast Region Men’s Team Handball Coach Vanja Telebak. Vanja provided us with actual team handball balls and helped teams by giving them pointers and explaining the rules. During pool play, both BCM and Phi Gamma Delta proved to be strong teams to be reckoned with. BCM, comprised of a few free agents picked up that morning, went undefeated the whole tournament. Using team work and strategizing, BCM played hard but smart throughout the whole tournament. In the Championship game they played against Apollo Kings and decisively took the Open Rec Championship. Meanwhile, Phi Gamma Delta lost one game during pool play to Phi Delta Theta. Coincidentally, both teams saw each other in the semifinals; however, Phi Gamma Delta had their mind set on redemption and winning and in a very close game that went to overtime, Phi Gamma Delta beat Phi Delta Theta. Later in the Championship game, Phi Gamma Delta played against No Fly Zone. No Fly Zone put up a good fight, but Phi Gamma Delta was fired up from their last big win which made them unstoppable.

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Ultimate Frisbee Champion!

Posted on 2014-03-25 @ 12:00am

On a hot Florida Saturday, veteran and rookie UCF students alike came out to participate in our annual Ultimate Frisbee Tournament. In this game of self-officiated fun, all players kept a high level of sportsmanship that made the games enjoyable to play and watch. In a world of competitive sports, everyone enjoyed the almost lackadaisical feel of Ultimate; however, do not let this fool you. Ultimate is a fast paced game of strategy and athletic ability and while some games rose in intensity, it was nice to see the high level of sportsmanship participants displayed throughout the day. The tournament began with pool play games. Based on each team’s win/loss record and point differential, each team was seeded accordingly. The top half of the teams went into a Competitive bracket while the bottom half went into a Recreation bracket and battled it out in a single elimination bracket for the much coveted title of Intramural Champion and the prized t-shirt that comes with it. In a close championship game for the Rec division, HammerTime! beat Hoop Squad 6-4. All the teams that day played really hard and intense but HammerTime! deserves special recognition because HammerTime! was a Free Agent team, created that morning from players who did not have a whole team. For playing together for the first time, it’s rather impressive they were able to knock out the competition and take the Ship! Last but not least, our Comp division championship featured PSD against Pop Pop! While Pop Pop! dominated their side of the bracket, they were no match for 3 time defending champs PSD who took the Comp Ship, 7-2. Congratulations to all winners and thank you to all the players and fans who came out and were a part of this tournament!

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RecFest XXIV Registration is CLOSED!

Posted on 2014-03-18 @ 12:00am

Registration for the 24th Annual RecFest event is officially closed!

All 48 teams are slotted and ready to compete on March 29th to be crowned the 2014 RecFest Champion. If you are looking to still compete in Recfest please email Matthew Dunigan at matthew.dunigan@ucf.edu or Shane Land at shane.land@ucf.edu.

This will get you added to the waitlist, and if at any point a team drops out you will be contacted to participant in Recfest.

Go Knights!

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UCF's First Pickle Ball Champions

Posted on 2014-02-23 @ 12:00am

After instructing participants in the art of pickle ball the doubles tournament began this past Saturday, February 22.

Seven teams competed in a sport that most of them had never heard of let alone played. The tournament tested the ability of participants to quickly learn and be the best at a new sport.

The tournament started off with pool play games. Each team played in two pool play games, playing best 2 out of 3 to 11 points. After the rankings were in, teams were seeded into the single-elimination tournament. The championship game came down to the number 1 and 2 seeds, Classic Vlasic and Feelin' Sour. In the end Classic Vlasic won and became UCF's very first pickle ball doubles champions.

Following the doubles tournament was the singles tournament. Ten players competed for the grand title of pickle ball singles champion. Most of the participants had already competed in the doubles tournament so they were familiar with the game. Robert Cleveland and Scott Gould were the two finalists and Robert was able to out pickle Scott to become our first pickle ball singles champion.

Congrats to all winners. Hopefully you enjoyed UCF's newest tournament!

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Soccer Champions Crowned

Posted on 2014-02-21 @ 12:00am

Valentine’s Day was a day of soccer love for our soccer champions. Six finals games were played Friday afternoon to crown champions in each division. The night started out with Women’s Recreation and Men’s Recreation A games at 4pm, followed by Men’s Recreation B and Men’s Competitive B at 5pm and our final games of the night were Men’s Competitive A and Women’s Competitive at 6pm.

Click "Read More" below to catch the highlights from each league's championship game.

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Friday's Finest - #kyleporter

Posted on 2014-02-21 @ 12:00am

Last night our best volleyball teams of the season competed for the title of 2014 Volleyball Champion. In the Competitive Division of the league, team #kyleporter defeated Phi Delta Theta in the third set of the match. Although all of our volleyball champions deserve to be recognized, special attention goes to the team #kyleporter as this week's Friday's Finest. Click "Read More" for the full story.