Intramural Sports

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General Information About Intramurals at Plattsburgh State


  1. Must be faculty, staff, or currently enrolled student at Plattsburgh.
  2. Intercollegiate players are ineligible to participate in tournament of their sport.
    a. An intercollegiate player is designated as any student who dresses and/or has played in one game including exhibition during the current school year.
  3. A varsity athlete who has completed their four years of eligibility may participate in a tournament of their varsity sport the following year.
    a. Only one ex-varsity player is eligible per team in tournament of their varsity sport.
  4. Only one ex-varsity player is eligible per team in tournament of their varsity sport.
  5. Only students enrolled at Plattsburgh State may participate in intramural tournaments.
  6. Intramural staff may delegate a loss for any team using an ineligible player. (See Forfeits)

How to Enter a Tournament

  1. Submit completed entry form by deadline date listed under each tournament and entry fee.
  2. See tournament for specific entry information.
  3. A miminum of 7 teams must be registered or tournament will be canceled.

Entry Forms

  1. Number of players: See tournament for minimum players to be listed.
  2. First and last names must be printed clearly (No nicknames).
  3. Rosters close prior to second game of tournament. No further changes will be allowed after that time. Note: This allows teams to delete/add names and make any other corrections.
  4. A player may only be listed on one roster and play for one team.
  5. If a player is listed on two rosters, captains will be notified that the individual is ineligible to play for either team for the duration of the tournament.
  6. All changes must be made through the intramural coordinator.

Attending Captain's Meetings

  1. Each team is responsible to have an individual attend the pre-tournament meeting.
  2. See specific tournament for time & Date.
  3. Two captain's meetings will be held for each tournament: One for all captains prior to tournament and one for captains of teams making playoffs prior to playoffs.
  4. The Student Intramural Coordinator will hold a Captain's forum each semester for input from participants on the intramural program.
  5. Captains will select a honorable Mention team for each tournament that will be posted under highlights on intramural web site.


  1. Protests are only accepted for ineligible players.
  2. Protest must be submitted in writing within 24 hours of contest being played to the intramural coordinator.
  3. To avoid protests: Talk to officials prior to the game.
    a . If teams agree in presence of officials to allow an ineligible student to play as long as they are a PSU student, the game cannot be protested.
  4. Use of ineligible player is automatic loss of game.
  5. If a player is listed on two teams, only the game under consideration can be protested.
  6. A team member found to be playing for two teams will be ineligible for the remainder of season.
  7. After a team has been warned on use of ineligible player, the intramural coordinator may declare a loss for team using an ineligible player again and or removal of team from league.


  1. A legal team is 1 less than required number of players on the court/field. If both teams agree prior to the start of the game in presence of officials to play each other with less than legal number, the game will stand.
  2. If a team forfeits once, the team will be eliminated from tournament.
    a. Exception: If the team notifies the Intramural coordinator (4149) at least one day in advance that they
    will not be attending schedule game so that the opposing team can be called and notified.
    b. The game will count as a loss but team will not be removed from league play.

  3. When a team is removed from tournament, all teams previously played will be given a win for games played the team unless it is the last scheduled game for that team.

  4. A team removed from a tournament because of a forfeit may elect to remain in tournament by re-paying $5.00 entry fee.


  1. Win-loss records are used to determine playoff teams.
  2. Who beat whom during league play will determine playoff position in case of ties.
  3. Check specific tournament page for playoff schedule.


  1. A predetermined number of T-shirts are awarded to the winner of each tournament.


  1. Official calls are final.
  2. There will be zero tolerance for arguing, harassing officials or questioning official's calls. Player first offense: ejection from game. Player second offense: suspension for remainder of season.
  3. Only field/court captains may call a time out to converse with officials if there is a problem. This does NOT mean that captains may stop games continuously to question calls.
  4. If there is a problem with officials, captains should talk to the intramural coordinator.
  5. The games will go more smoothly and with less controversy if players know the rules.

Player Conduct

  1. No alcohol on the fields or courts by players or spectators.
  2. No cars or motorcycles on the fields.
  3. No fighting or harassment of officials. (See Zero Tolerance Policy under Officials # 2)

  4. Unsportsmanlike conduct will result in immediate ejection of player(s) from the game, cause loss of game and/or result in suspension of a team or player from further intramural participation.
  5. Penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct determined by the recreational sports staff.

Questions, Comments, Feedback?

If you have questions about Intramural Sports at Plattsburgh State, please contact:

Intramural Office
Hours: Monday ?Friday 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Phone: (518) 564-4149

Contact Information

If you have questions about Intramural Sports at Plattsburgh State, please contact:

Intramural Office
Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Phone: (518) 564-4149