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Rec Sports offers a variety of recreational programs for participants of all fitness levels and interests. Opportunities include extracurricular recreational classes, weekend and one-day tournaments, as well as a variety of intramural sports competition. All rec programming events and activities are organized by students for students! Check out how you can get involved in Rec Programming by clicking on Get Involved to the left.

To be able to participate in any Rec Programming activities and events, participants must be current UD students, faculty, or staff. All participants must complete a Student Activities General Waiver prior to registration for program or event.

Take advantage of all Rec Programming has to offer!

 


Intramural Sports

Designed to encourage participation in an action-packed, competitive sports program. A variety of major sports are offered, including coed competitions.

Current students, faculty, and staff are all encouraged to participate in intramurals, making it one of the largest on-campus activities outside the classroom. Over the last few years, the intramural program has grown to where most of our seasons can boast participation by over 200 students. The 2014 Co-ed Intramural Volleyball set a school record by having 24 teams register and play. 

Season play is currently offered, at no charge, in Men's Flag Football, Powder Puff Football, Coed Volleyball, Men's Basketball, Coed Soccer, and Coed Softball. In addition to season play, we offer tournament play, such as 2x2 Sand Volleyball, Dodgeball, Girls Basketball, Tennis, and Street Hockey based on student interest. Contact the Rec Programming Intern or Intramural Commissioner.

Rec Classes & Tournaments

Rec Sports offers extracurricular recreational classes each semester. The classes offered vary, but most are 10 to 20 class sessions for a small fee per semester. Classes meet in the Jerome Activity room located in the basement of Jerome Hall. Classes are subject to change. Register for classes in Forms!


BLUE CREW!

 

UD Rec and SG are proud to present:

THE BLUE CREW

UD's first ever student-based athletic fan support group!

Do you want to help start a new tradition at UD?

Do you want to increase school spirit at UD?

Do you love sports?

Do you enjoy being LOUD, PROUD and ROWDY?

Then become a member of the Blue Crew now!

Membership Benefits Include:

T-Shirt

Special student seating at designated Blue Crew games
Blue Crew Membership Card
Free food before designated Blue Crew games

Members are not expected to but are highly encouraged to attend every athletic game, but there are designated for each sport and season. The coaches will let us know which games they would like us to attend, for instance a rivalry game, a conference game, or a playoff stakes game, and UD Rec and SG will then communicate all the necessary info time/date/location etc. to all Blue Crew Members. There will be free food to kick-off each blue-crew game. 

Members must wear blue (preferably navy) and bring the outside voices. (cheers, chants, gestures must be clean, and free of profanity. They must also not be derogatory)

Become a member now and help start a new tradition at UD and increase school spirit!

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Description

The Office of Student Activities & Recreational Services offers a variety of recreational programs for participants of all fitness levels and interests. Opportunities include extracurricular recreational classes, weekend and one-day tournaments, as well as a variety of intramural sports competition. All rec programming events and activities are organized by students for students! Check out how you can get involved in Rec Programming by clicking on Get Involved to the left. To be able to participate in any Rec Programming activities and events, participants must be current UD students, faculty, or staff. Alumni are permitted to participate in intramural sports programs as well. All participants must complete a Student Activities General Waiver prior to registration for program or event.

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Anthony Campise Jr.

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