For up-to-date scores and standings, visit www.imleagues.com/Yale
For Emergency Procedures, Concussion Protocols and other program details:
- IM Sports Snapshots
- Shuttle Bus Schedule
- Yale Graduate and Professional Intramurals
- Yale Club Sports
- Yale Sports and Recreation
The Intramurals program is managed by the Director of Club Sports, Intramurals and the Outdoor Education Center, Tom Migdalski, M.S., who began working in Yale Athletics in 1984. The Director governs the program, hires supervisors and referees, processes weekly payroll, decides on new sports and eligibility rules with the IM Secretaries and Rules Committee, monitors safety, purchases equipment, is the liaison between the students and upper administration and oversees the execution of the program including facility acquisitions and weather decisions.
The Director is assisted by the Coordinator of Graduate and Professional Intramurals, Kellie Finn, M.S.Ed., who conducts referee and supervisor training clinics, monitors on-site staff and sports equipment, contributes oversight to special IM events and is the Yale Intramurals website administrator.
Also crucial to the program is the Head IM Secretary, Adam Jenkinson, who is the student advisor to the Director, scores statistician, game and facility scheduler and IMLeagues.com webmaster, along with chairing the IM Secretaries meetings and electing the Rules Committee, which decides upon all questions, protests and rules updates arising from and for Intramural contests.
On the field, the Intramural Program is represented by a group called the IM Supervisors. These students make sure that all games are run smoothly and answer to on-field problems such as rule queries, equipment problems, and injuries. Working underneath the Supervisors are the Intramural Referees. Referees hold the on-field officiating power and work to make sure that the individual games run smoothly. They also record all necessary information pertaining to the game and report scores to the Head IM Secretary/Webmaster.
The main functional unit of the Yale Intramural program is the residential college. Each of the 12 colleges fields a team for all 30 current sports. The Intramural Secretaries run each college’s IM program. The main goal of the secretaries is to make sure that students within their college are participating in IM sports. In order to reach this goal, the secretaries name captains, organize IM study breaks, run sign-ups at the beginning of each season, and act as the liaison between the IM office and the residential college. Secretaries also attend a bi-weekly program meeting to discuss IM issues, which is chaired by the Head IM Secretary.
- Current varsity athletes, or club athletes in the case where there is no varsity team, are ineligible for similar IM sports
- Any student who is a past or present Olympic, professional, or world ranked amateur is ineligible for similar sports
- A student signed into one game is ineligible to play in any other game at the same time
- A student who has not played in any regular season game is ineligible to play in the post-season for that sport
- There are special eligibility rules for the different levels of Basketball
- The residential Heads of Colleges, Deans, their spouses and children of appropriate and safe age living in the college
- Fellows and Associate Fellows with current Yale ID
- One normally non-eligible male and female possessing a current Yale ID per season
- All participants must have passed a complete physical exam within the last three years, have proper health insurance, and agree to participate at their own risk.
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