Sportsmanship is an important part of Intramural participation. The Sportsmanship Policy is designed to encourage enjoyable recreation experiences for all participants and officials. Sportsmanship includes respect demonstrated towards officials, opponents, rules, equipment and facilities. Each team will receive a copy of the policy at the pre-season Captains meeting. Teams will be evaluated on their sportsmanship (points and description below) which may affect future play for both the playoffs and other intramural leagues or recreational activities. Captains are responsible for the conduct of their teams.
*Note: These ratings are based on officials' interpretation of sportsmanship demonstrated by teams and spectators before, during end after each game.
5. Model sportsmanship:
No arguing or complaining by any of the players. Any questions directed to officials are done by the captains only and in a civil manner (no sarcasm).
4. A "normal" intramural game:
Some bickering by teams, but nothing out of the ordinary. No technical fouls or unsportsmanlike penalties are administered but the officials may give warnings.
3. Sportsmanship infractions: "One bad apple ruins it for the bunch:"
2. Team Becoming a problem:
The ejected player will be suspended for at least one game. The ejected player must meet with the Assistant Director of Recreational Sports before being allowed to play again and may receive a suspension of longer than one game.
1. Team is a problem:
UWRF Intramurals reserves the right to change names of teams deemed offensive or inappropriate. Profanity will not be tolerated.