Ave Maria University has instituted a strong year-round intramural program. It is open to students, faculty, and staff and is free of charge. Teams compete against one another in the spirit of fun and recreation. This past year the program saw an involvement of nearly 500 unique students, of which nearly 150 were Freshmen.
Any questions regarding Ave Maria University’s Intramural Sports rules and policies can be addressed to Curtis Allen, the coordinator of intramural athletics
Phone: (239) 280-1637
Intramural volleyball is played with co-ed teams on the sand volleyball court. We are hoping that the uniqueness of the Florida sun, along with the sandy courts, enables volleyball participants of Ave Maria University to capitalize on this exceptional opportunity.
Intramural flag football has two divisions: men and women. Flag football is one of the most popular intramural sports among Ave Maria students. Games are played on the intramural field.
Intramural dodgeball is played with co-ed teams in the Tom Golisano Field House gymnasium. Official dodgeball rules are observed as teams strive for the title of Champion during the fast-paced games and season.
Intramural soccer is played with co-ed teams on the intramural field. Soccer has proven to be quite competitive and very popular among the students at Ave Maria.
Intramural ultimate frisbee is played with co-ed teams on the intramural field. Ultimate combines elements of soccer, football, and basketball in a fast-paced game, played with a frisbee, in which everyone is a quarterback as well as a receiver.
Intramural basketball has two divisions: men and women. A typical 5 on 5, full court game is played in the Tom Golisano Field House gymnasium.