Intramurals

Western Technical College and Viterbo University have combined efforts to bring an Intramural/Recreational Sports program that will offer any student, faculty, and staff member the opportunity to participate and compete regardless of skill level or experience. You can be involved in team play in either men's or co-rec divisions. For students, faculty, and staff, Intramural Sport Leagues are FREE (except bowling). Our Intramural Sports Program promotes development of a healthy body, social interaction, good sportsmanship, acquiring knowledge of lifelong leisure sports, a healthy outlet for emotional and mental stress, and most importantly is FUN!

Basketball (Co-Ed)

Hoops are hotter than ever this season! A 5 on 5 co-ed division will be offered! The co-ed league will take place on Wednesday nights starting at 7:15 p.m. All games take place at the Amie L. Mathy Center. There is no female minimum required to play in the co-ed division. There is a $40 forfeit deposit per team required to participate. Go to www.sportifik.com/westernviterbo to start a team, join a team, or register as a free agent!

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Bowling (Co-Ed)

Bowling is how you roll on Sunday nights! Join us at Pla-Mor Lanes (807 S. 4th St., La Crosse) for Sunday night bowling. Come on your own or with a group to finish out the weekend with a night filled with fun and friends. Start time is 8:30 p.m. and cost is a $2 fee per night. This includes three games of bowling and your shoes. Special themes and events will be planned throughout the season. Before attending Sunday Night Bowling, you must start a team with you as team captain! (No need to have anyone added to your team.)

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Indoor Soccer

You will have a ball every Thursday with your friends at indoor soccer! Games will take place on Thursday evenings starting at 7:15 p.m. at the Amie L. Mathy Center over on the Viterbo University Campus. There are five players on the court for each team and at least two of them need to be females.  Go to sportifik.com/westernviterbo to start a team, join a team, or register as a free agent! 

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Volleyball - Competitive

Bump, set, spike, and don’t forget about the spandex! If you are somewhat advanced in your volleyball skills and strategies, and/or are motivated to play in a competitive atmosphere, then the competitive volleyball league is just for you. All participants who are considered volleyball varsity athletes are encouraged to participate in the competitive league. Competitive 6 vs. 6 league play is held on Monday nights starting at 7 p.m. All games take place at the Amie L. Mathy Center. For 6 vs. 6, each team is required to have a least 50 percent female players on the court at all times. For example, if there are six people on the court, at least three of them have to be females. There is a $40 forfeit deposit per team required to participate. Go to www.sportifik.com/westernviterbo to start a team, join a team, or register as a free agent!

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Volleyball - Recreational

You will be diggin’ the fun on Tuesday evenings at Recreational Volleyball! If you desire to play for fun and do not necessarily have much experience in the sport, this league is meant for you. League play is held on Tuesday nights starting at 7:00 p.m. All games take place at the Amie L. Mathy Center. Each team is required to have a least 50 percent female players on the court at all times. For example, if there are six people on the court, at least three of them have to be females. There is a $40 forfeit deposit per team required to participate. Go to www.sportifik.com/westernviterbo to start a team, join a team. or register as a free agent!

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Sportsmanship

Integral to the philosophy of Viterbo/Western Intramurals is that good sportsmanship and fair play are vital aspects of Intramural competition. It is necessary for the successful operation of the program that individuals display proper conduct in all instances.

The Sportsmanship Rating System is intended to be an objective scale by which teams' attitudes and behaviors can be assessed. 

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