Interested athletes and players will have a chance to show their skills in different intramural sports, which kick off this week.
There are 25 different sports and games taking place over the course of the semester, according to the event’s website. All currently enrolled students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate and compete in a variety of outdoor, indoor and online games. Winners will be awarded prizes ranging from T-shirts to restaurant parties.
Ben Anderson, campus recreation intramural supervisor, said that he is excited to officiate and watch the action.
While registration fees can go up to $25, all individual sports are free.
Although Anderson enjoys all intramural sports, the 4-on-4 flag football has a special place in his heart, he said.
“I really like everything that we do,” journalism senior Anderson said. “Every sport we’ve got at least appeals to someone in some shape or form.”
The billiards tournament, scheduled for Friday at the MAC Billiards Room, is the first event of the spring intramural season.