Club & Intramural Sports
If you've got a few competitors in your family, these club and intramural sports articles will be perfect for settling those rivalries. Who gets the trophy?
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There's no room for Wildcats or Bears in the intramural sports world. Half the fun of being on these teams is creating a crazy, humorous and sometimes downright risque team name. Have a good laugh with these team monikers.
By Bambi Turner
Semi-pro play is really highly organized amateur football, and making the team takes training and commitment.
By Jill Jaracz
Tennis is a great social sport, but it can also catapult you into superstar status. Either way, you can find a tennis club that's right for you!
If your Wii sports package is the closest you get to team competition these days, why not nurture your inner athlete by starting your own community sports club?
By Beth Brindle
Dream of warm breezes on your face and the sound of wind whipping through the sails? If so, joining a sailing club might just be for you.
If you loathe the idea of hanging up your jersey but can't find an intramural league to suit your needs, it could be time to start your own circle of competitors!
By Alia Hoyt
Think of street hockey as ice hockey without the ice. If you have a hockey stick, a dead tennis ball and some cinder blocks, you're ready to play!
By Julia Layton
Basketball has been called more than a game, and starting a league is indeed serious business. We'll show you what steps you'll need to take.
Lacrosse has been around for hundreds of years, but it's quickly becoming the hippest intramural sport around. Better still, it's easy to establish your own team.
Rowing has been around for a long time, and it boasts some of the most athletic men and women in sports. Start your own rowing club to become a member of this elite group.
By Sara Elliott
Soccer is quickly becoming all the rage in the U.S. If you want to jump on the footballing bandwagon, start your own soccer club.
Volleyball is one of the most popular sports in the world, so get in the game by starting your own club. It's both fun and rewarding!
By Sara Elliott
Competitive adult sports leagues are popping up all over the country, and softball is heading the pack. Start your own team so you don't miss out on the fun.
We won't lie to you. Starting a baseball league is sort of like starting a business. But the rewards are worth it.
By Debra Ronca