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Basketball is a game played between two teams of five players in which points are scored by throwing a ball into a netted hoop. There are three divisions for basketball: male, female, and co-rec. Basketball is offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters.
Curling at UND started as a popular Pick Up & Play game that turned into a full-fledged Intramural Sport! The game is played at the Grand Forks Curling Club in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards the target area, known as the house.
Flag football is a modified form of footballin which ballcarriers are downed by pulling off a flag rather than by tackling. The game consists of 2-20 minute halves between two teams of 7 players.
Futsal (modified version of indoor soccer)
Futsal is played in the Multi-Activity Court (MAC) at the Wellness Center with two teams of 5 players (4 field players and 1 goalie). After 5 accumulated team fouls, each indirect kick becomes direct (similar to "bonus" in basketball) to discourage overly aggressive play.
Ice Hockey is one of the most popular Intramural Sports at the University of North Dakota. Games are played on the same ice as the 8-time NCAA Champions at the Ralph Engelstad Arena, as well as the ICON Complex. Teams consist of 6 players with a roster limit of 18 skaters and 2 goalies. Ice Hockey is offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters.
Spikeball is an original sport that combines the teamwork of volleyball, the hand-eye coordination of four square, and the physicality of a cardio workout. The two-on-two game is played with a small rubber ball and an elastic net stretched tight over a plastic rim.
Tennis is played with two players, a racquet, and a tennis ball on an outdoor court. Players can play in singles or doubles matches.
Volleyball, one of the most popular co-ed Intramural sports at UND, is played on our indoor courts. Each team of six players is separated by a net, with a goal of winning points by grounding the ball on the other team's side of the court.