The Intramurals program at Belmont Abbey College provides an opportunity for students and members of the Abbey community to engage in structured sports for recreational purposes. Every effort is made to ensure a level, fair playing field and that different student groups are able to interact on the field.

Fall semester season sports are sand volleyball and football, and spring semester season sports are basketball and soccer. Throughout the year there are single day events and tournaments that include wiffle ball, dodge ball or other special events.

General Information
Sign-ups for each sport will be held everyday during lunch in the dining hall two-weeks prior to the season starting. Additional roster sheets will be e-mailed out and available in the Form Tower on the 1st floor of the Student Commons. Any team roster turned in after the deadline will not be accepted.

Eligibility
All students CURRENTLY enrolled at Belmont Abbey College have the opportunity to participate in the Intramural Program. A valid BAC student ID must be presented upon request. Faculty and staff may also participate and upon request, a valid faculty/staff ID must be presented.

Team Entry
The team captain must submit the team roster to the Intramural Director before the sign-up deadline. The captain must turn in their box number, phone number, e-mail address, and a list of the team members. Once a player has played with one team or in a game they are ineligible to be traded to another team. Players can not be added to any team after the final regular season game. After the final regular season game the rosters have to be completed, no changes can be made. If a player plays who is not on the roster plays then the game is a forfeit for the violating team.

Risk Statement
The possibility of injury exists in all sports. The Office of Student Activities assumes no responsibility for injuries. All participants acknowledge the assumption of risk by voluntary participation in the Intramural Sports Activity. All participants in the Intramural activities must sign the Assumption of Risk Statement before they participate in any intramural sports activity. It is strongly advised, but not required that participants carry medical insurance.

Sport Programs
Students are encouraged to get involved in one or more sporting activity. There are a variety of sports programs offered at BAC to participate in. We offer several sports activities which include:

  • Dodge-Ball
  • Texas Hold’Em
  • 5on5 Basketball
  • Sports Trivia Bowl
  • Bowling Leagues
  • Billiards
  • Flag Football
  • Disc Golf
  • Softball
  • 3on3 Basketball
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Indoor/Outdoor Soccer
  • Kickball
  • Wiffle Ball
  • Ping Pong

 

For more information, please contact:

Tom MacAlester
Dean of Student Life
tommacalester@bac.edu
704-461-6724
Student Commons 204