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Sport Captain's Meeting Participation Sportsmanship A, B, C or D Season Games Placement 1st, 2nd, Semi-Finalist
Cornhole 15 15,10,5 15, 10, 5
Soccer 50 100 100, 75, 50 (10 * # won) + additional 15 for going undefeated 100, 70, 40
Golf 25 25 25, 20, 15 30, 20, 10
Tennis 25 Singles -10 Doubles - 20 25, 20, 15 30, 20, 10
Flag Football 50 100 100, 75, 50 (10 * # won) + additional 15 for going undefeated 100, 70, 40
Inner Tube Water Polo 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10
Volleyball 50 100 100, 75, 50 (10 * # won) + additional 15 for going undefeated 100, 70, 40
Table Tennis 15 15, 10, 5 15, 10, 5
Coneball 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10
3-on-3 Basketball 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10
Basketball 50 100 100, 75, 50 (10 * # won) + additional 15 for going undefeated 100, 70, 40
Raquetball 25 25, 20, 15 30, 20, 10
Handball 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10
Billiards 15 15, 10, 5 15, 10, 5
Three Point Contest 15 15, 10, 5 15, 10, 5
Dunk Contest 15 15, 10, 5 15, 10, 5
Softball 50 100 100, 75, 50 (10 * # won) + additional 15 for going undefeated 100, 70, 40
Home Run Derby 15 15, 10, 5 15, 10, 5
11-on-11 Soccer 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10
Ultimate Frisbee 25 25 25, 20, 15   30, 20, 10

 

The Skyhawk Point System: How it Works
The Skyhawk Point System is based on a team’s ability to generate points in five different categories: participation, sportsmanship, number of games/matches/events won, meetings attended and team placement in each intramural team sport. The team sport and its point values are displayed within this handbook. The point system is designed to reward those teams who participate in the intramural program and at the same time maintain a good level of sportsmanship. A running total of points will be kept throughout the academic year for those teams who consistently participate in the program. A team must compete in 8 of the 15-team sports; maintain at least 50 percent of the original team and the original team name to be eligible for the point system. As teams accumulate points, they will be working toward levels of achievement. Teams may also have individuals participate in dual/solo events and accumulate points towards the team’s overall Skyhawk Points total.
Each level has been assigned point values accordingly. The two levels are gold and silver. Teams reaching 1,200 points will have attained the silver level. These teams will receive a certificate of recognition and have their picture on the Campus Recreation website. Teams accumulating 1,600 points will have attained the gold level. These teams will receive specially designed t-shirts, certificates of recognition and their picture featured in the Lobby of the Student Recreation Center. Teams are encouraged to participate in as many sports as possible.


Point System Breakdown
Each sport within the Skyhawk Point System will have five leagues. The leagues are Men’s Talon, Men’s Claw, Women’s Talon, Women’s Claw, and Jack and Jill.  Each of the five categories represented in the Skyhawk Point System have been assigned point values. The distribution of points in each sport can be found on the Skyhawk Point System Graph.

Participation points will make up a large number of the team’s total points. Participation points are awarded if a team competes in all scheduled events.

NOTE:  For each forfeit a 20 point deduction will be assessed.

Sportsmanship points are awarded according to the ratings received by a team. The ratings are based on evaluations completed by intramural staff. In order to qualify for the post-season tournament, a team must have a “B” (3.0) average sportsmanship rating or better during the regular season play. The criteria below will be used for the sportsmanship rating.

“A” – excellent conduct and sportsmanship: coaches, players and spectators cooperate fully with the officials, sport supervisors and opposing team members. The captain calmly converses with officials about interpretations and judgment calls. The captain also has complete control of the team members and himself/ herself.

“B” – average conduct and sportsmanship: coaches, players and spectators show verbal dissent toward officials, sport supervisors and/ or the opposing team members briefly during a contest which may or may not merit actions by the intramural staff. The captain exhibits good control over the team, and is in complete control of himself/herself. There are no blatant displays of overall poor sportsmanship, however a member of the team may have been penalized for a nonthreatening unsportsmanlike act.

“C” – below average conduct and sportsmanship: coaches, players and spectators constantly comment, argue and complain to intramural staff and opposing team members during a contest which may or may not merit actions by the intramural staff. Team captain has minor control over his/ her team and is generally in control of himself/ herself. Specific acts include but are not limited to abusive language, profanity toward an opponent, profanity from the sidelines, excessive arguing with an officials decision, taunting and opponent, or obscene gestures.

“D” – poor conduct and sportsmanship: coaches, players, and spectators constantly comment, argue and complain to intramural staff and opposing team members during a contest which merits action from intramural staff. Team captain has no control over his/her team or him/herself. Specific acts include but are not limited to fighting, profanity or threatening behavior towards and official, a flagrant foul, profanity from the sidelines, or repeated offenses on the same player.


NOTES: In the above description, the player(s) refers to all participants on a team. Teams receiving a “C” or “D” rating must have their captain meet with Coordinator of Intramurals prior to their next contest. A second “D” rating will automatically result in being dropped from league play. No refunds will be given.

Games and matches won are applied to a team’s total points, by multiplying the number of games or matches won by ten during season play. Each sports number is listed on the Skyhawk Point System Chart. Captain’s meeting points are given each time a team’s representative attends the captain’s meeting. Placement points are awarded at the end of the tournament.

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