Section 7: Captain's Responsibilities

Article 1: Captain’s Responsibilities
Each team must select a captain to be responsible for the team. Captains must attend the captain’s meeting at the start of each sport and are responsible for relaying all information to their team members, as well as paying any forfeit fees. 

Article 2: Captain’s Meetings
Captain’s Meetings are intended to provide teams with a familiarity of rules, rule changes, Southern Miss Intramural Sports policies and procedures and team schedules or brackets for the event in question. These meetings are provided to enhance the quality and safety of the program and to offer teams an opportunity to ask questions concerning the event. Failure to have a representative at the captain’s meeting can result in their team being replaced by another team on the waitlist.

Article 3: Playoffs Draw Meetings
For all sports with playoff meetings, a representative from each team must be present to choose the team’s position in the playoff bracket.  Teams that fail to send a representative to the meeting forfeit their right to choose their bracket position and cannot protest their position.

Article 4: Spectators and Equipment
Team captains are responsible for their spectators, coaches, sidelines and equipment.  Spectators are held to the same Intramural Sports policies as participants and coaches. 

Article 5: Adding Players to Your Team Roster
Each captain is encouraged to login to and add players to their roster by 2:00 p.m. the day of their game. Players can also be added to their team roster at the game site by presenting their active Southern Miss ID Card to the intramural sports staff. 

Article 6: Team Name
The Intramural Sports program has the right to change any team name that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to participants (includes names involving profanity or of a sexually explicit nature).  If you are unsure if a team name is inappropriate, please call the Intramural Sports office.