Cases involving individuals or teams violating the rules and regulations of the Intramural
Sports program will be heard by the Intramural Sports Coordinator. The individuals
or teams involved will be suspended from the intramural sports competition pending
Procedure of Disciplinary Appeals
- To appeal, all individuals or teams must submit a letter of appeal within 24 hours
after the decision to the Intramural Sports Coordinator.
- The Coordinator will then notify all parties involved within 24 hours after the submission.
At this time, the parties will be notified of the charges and brought into the Recreational
- At the completion of the meeting, the parties will be verbally notified of the Coordinator's
decision. Within 24 hours after the decision, a written letter indicating the decision
will be sent to all parties.
- Within 24 hours after the decision is made, a written appeal may be made to the Associate
Director of Programs. The Associate Director will rule on further penalties to be
prescribed as a result of unsportsmanlike conduct: profanity, unnecessary delay of
game, striking or shoving an opponent, threatening, shoving or striking an official,
arguing with officials, derogatory or abusive remarks toward an opponent or officials,
and any actin with the intent to physically injure an opponent or official. The captain
made be held responsible for the actions of any individual member of the team and
for spectators directly related to his or her team. The conduct of the player and
spectators before and after games is as important as the conduct during the games.
Organizations will be held responsible for conduct at these times as well as during