CSC intramurals start new season

Get ready to play ball. Or wrestle.

Chadron State College is offering students a variety of intramural sport opportunities through the NPAC this spring semester. The sports offered are 5-on-5 basketball, dodgeball, indoor soccer, wrestling, racquet ball, and wiffleball.

Registration will be handled exclusively online using a new scheduling website for college intramural sports called imleagues.com.

5-on-5 basketball offers co-ed, men’s, and women’s leagues. Registration ends at 5 p.m. today. The season runs Jan. 23 – March 1 with games at 6 and 7 p.m. throughout the week. There will be a captain’s meeting at 6 p.m. today in the NPAC.

Dodgeball also offers men’s, women’s, and co-ed team play with registration opening on Feb. 20 and ending 5 p.m., March 15. The season starts March 19 and runs through April 12.

Indoor soccer offers only co-ed play with registration opening Feb. 20 and ending 5 p.m., March 15. The season runs March 20 through April 19.

The exact start and end dates, along with dates of registration for the racquetball, wrestling, and wiffleball tournaments, have yet to be determined and will be posted online when available.

Registration for each sport is completed online through imleagues.com. To begin, users go to the site and create an account by following the “Sign Up” link. Once the registration process is complete, users can select “Chadron State College” from the “Schools” tab, and from there can view teams by gender and join a team, create a team, or sign-up as a “free agent.”

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