COVID-19 Impact

In light of the current health crisis, all athletic facilities remain closed until further notice.

There are several virtual physical education classes being offered during summer term 2020 as well as a few virtual FLIP classes available for the community.

The College has suspended the requirements of a successful swim test and all remaining physical education credits for those undergraduate students who are graduating at the conclusion of summer ('20), fall, winter, or spring terms of the 2020-21 academic year and have not yet met these requirements.

3-on-3 Basketball Rules

Information & Rules

  • Team roster minimum is 3 players; maximum is 6 players per team.
  • All players must wear non-marking athletic- type shoes. No black soles or street-worn shoes. (i.e., dirty-soled shoes, bare feet, socks, flip-flops, street shoes, slippers, crocs, boots, sandals, etc.).
  • There will be no Moosilauke or Granite divisions. The leagues will be Co-Rec, Men's and Women's.
  • Players may play on only one team. All three leagues will be playing at the same time so it will be impossible to play for more than one team.
  • Current or last year's Varsity basketball players are not eligible for IM play.
  • Limit of one men's and one women's club member per team.
  • No alcohol, tobacco or illicitdrugs permittedin Leede Arena. Spectators and participants found in violationwill be removed from the event.

Rules and Regulations

  • All games will be 12 minutes long.
  • Two Points will be scored for each basket shot from within the 3-point arc; shots from behind the 3-point arc counting as three points.
  • If the game is tied at the end of the 12 min. period, the next team to score wins.
  • Teams will shoot from behind the 3-point arc to determine who starts with possession of the ball.
  • The team scoring a basket retains possession of the ball. (Winner's outs)
  • After each made basket or change of possession, the ball must be taken back behind the 3-point arc before a shot can be attempted. If a team scores a basket without taking the ball back, the basket will be disallowed but the offending team will retain possession.
  • After a basket, out- of- bounds, violation, or foul, the offense must “check” the ball with their opponent before play resumes and the ball must be passed to start play. There are no free throws.
  • Players must call fouls and violations as necessary to keep the game under control.
  • All held-balls are awarded to the defense first then they alternate for example on a jump ball or trying to stall to conserve time.
  • Substitutions may be made at any time that play is stopped.
  • Teams are awarded one 30 second time out per game.
  • The Intramural Staff are the only administrators for the games. They will not call fouls or violations unless necessary. If a Staff member calls an excessive contact intentional foul or a technical foul, the penalty will be one free throw for the offended team, and the ball awarded for a throw-in.
  • The Intramural Staff may remove a player from a contest without warning if the player is behaving inappropriately.
  • All decisions by the Intramural Staff are final.
  • Game time is forfeit time.
  • After a game, winning team must report results to the IM Supervisor on duty and check the schedule for the time of their next game.
  • League winning teams–IM Champions –will receive 5 IM championship t-shirts. An additional shirt can be purchased for $10.