Intramural sports at university open gameplay to all

Aidan Lannom, Sports Editor

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The repetitive and tiresome nature of school can often take its toll throughout a semester. What helps many people is inserting some routine activity into that schedule.

Pacific offers a number of intramural sports in both the fall and spring terms. Students have their choice of indoor and outdoor volleyball, basketball, football, ultimate Frisbee and even dodgeball tournaments twice a year.

Intramurals is an opportunity for students to make new friends or continue to spend time with friends you have already made at Pacific.

“It’s a great way to get active sometime in the week and get a little break in,” said director of intramurals Angela Moberg.

“It also gives you the chance to try a new sport. If you have always wanted to try soccer, this gives you a casual way to do that.”

Students also have the chance to take drop in courses like aikido, yoga and Zumba. All intramural sports and recreations are free to attend or compete in. There are no requirements for intramurals other than your attendance.

In intramural leagues, such as the football, soccer and volleyball leagues your team will have the chance to be crowned that year’s winners. When you win an intramural league or organized competition you get an IM champion t-shirt.

The leagues are still accepting new teams and people.

To get involved with intramurals or to join a league you can visit goboxers.com and find their intramurals page or you can go visit Moberg at her Stoller Center office right outside the weight room.

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