INSIDE LOOK: Intramural Sports at Cabrini

By Megan Conte
April 6, 2010

Cabrini College offers 15 intramural sports, with men’s, women’s and co-ed teams. The intramural competition starts in the early fall and goes until exams end in the spring, while different leagues play in tournaments spanning the college calendar.

“It is great to be a part of an intramural team here at Cabrini. It is not as competitive as a varsity sport, but we still are competitive. We all have fun on the court or field and look forward to playing each week. Overall, all of the intramural sports are good here at Cabrini,” Bret Heller, senior business administration major, said.

There are no tryouts necessary to be part of an intramural team, and everyone who would like to be on the team makes the team. Some sports, such as basketball, have playoffs and a championship game.

Creating an intramural team at Cabrini is as simple as signing up. Students can join the team or league by signing up for an athleague account. The different intramural sports at Cabrini include volleyball, dodge ball, basketball, flag football, indoor soccer and wiffleball.

Intramural sports are open to all students, faculty and staff. With sportsmanship considered the core of intramural sports, appropriate behavior is expected from all students.

“To play an intramural sport is pretty fun. There is a schedule of teams that people make that you play again, then there is a playoff bracket,” Keith Woung-Fallon, junior business major said. “It’s decently competitive and anyone who is affiliated with Cabrini can be part of the intramural basketball team, except basketball team members.”

Megan Conte

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