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Intramurals are known as a great way to exercise, socialize with friends and compete against fellow Tigers on campus. Whether it be basketball, soccer, flag football or volleyball, a ton of planning goes into the facilitation of all of the leagues. Different sports require different equipment and different setups, but one thing remains constant: Each sport requires a referee. Referees are crucial to intramurals — they’re needed to enforce the rules of the game, track the score...

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65 percent of Trinity students are involved in athletics on campus. Some students play intercollegiate sports, and some students play club sports, but some of the most enthusiastic and intense athletes can be found on the intramural sports teams. Each fall and spring, Trinity University offers a multitude of Intramural (IM) sports that all students and faculty are invited to participate in. Whether it’s 3-on-3 basketball, CoRec basketball, flag football or sand volleyball, intramural sports...

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Aug. 28 Update: Due to Hurricane Harvey, the dedication ceremony will be held in the Calgaard Gym at 5:30 p.m. Trinity’s intramural (IM) field will be dedicated to alumnus and former IM director, Jim Potter. The field and scoreboard will take his name officially at a dedication event this Friday, where he will celebrate and be celebrated by friends, family, Trinity and all welcome merrymakers. A small reception will be held on the field at 4...