Intramurals exist to provide a direct way for full time students, faculty, and staff to get involved in student life by participating and competing in many events and activities across campus. Intramurals is bigger than it has ever been at Belhaven, and knowing that competition is an intricate part of life, the intramural emphasis is on competition with character and provides a great opportunity to build relationships and find a sense of community on campus. The Intramural's Sports Program consists of Men's, Women's, and Co-ed leagues in all Intramural sports. Intramural’s four main Traditional sports are; Volleyball, Dodgeball, Basketball, and Soccer, with many non-traditional sports offered throughout the school year. Volleyball and dodgeball are offered in the fall, while basketball and soccer take place in the spring. Intramurals is very competitive hear at Belhaven, and it provides a great way for life lessons to be taught through sports. For anyone considering intramurals make sure and check out bulletin boards around campus. Also we will have promotion/sign-up tables throughout the year for each intramural sport.
Intramural Season Sports:
- Softball Saturday
- Madden NFL Tournament
- Ultimate Labor Day
- NBA 2K Tournament
- Flag Football
- FiFA Tournament
- Ultimate Frisbee
- 3 on 3 Basketball
- Super Bowl
- Capture The Flag
- March Madness Bracket Challenge
Meet the staff of the Intramurals team at Belhaven University.
Josiah Richard, Intramurals Coordinator
Hometown: Charleston, ME
Major/Minor: Sports Medicine
Hobbies: Playing sports, hanging out with friends, and playing beach volleyball
What do you like most about Belhaven? I love the unity found among students and the size of the student body. Knowing so many people adds to an amazing experience.
Why Intramurals? Sports have played a big role in the person that I have become today, and being the Intramurals Coordinator gives me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students through sports. Using this platform I will be able to share my faith while being involved with what I love most.
Office: Cleland Hall 103
Kayla Neely, Activities & Intramurals Intern
Hometown: Foley, AL
Major/Minor: Visual Art
Hobbies: Drawing, reading, photography, volleyball, and crafting
What do you like most about Belhaven? I admire how the Belhaven community becomes, to the student, something much more than just a group of faculty, staff, and peers. The Belhaven community becomes quickly like a second family and the campus a home away from home. It is also such a blessing to be able to study and grow alongside fellow brothers and sisters in Christ and to learn from professors whose main desires are always for their students to seek first the face of God. Belhaven provides these opportunities.
Why Activities & Intramurals? Much of my sophomore year was spent going to Belhaven Activities Team meetings and helping prepare and put on BAT events; I enjoyed these moments, hours, and days immensely. Towards the end of that year, God placed in my heart a desire to commit more of my time and service to the BAT team. In pursuing this aim, I was offered a position as an Activities & Intramurals intern. Through this position, I am given the opportunity to not only serve the BAT team but also the awesome Intramurals crew. Now, I'm able to help host events for the students of Belhaven through BAT and get my game face on with my fellow peers through Intramurals. God is good!
Luke Rogers, Student Leadership Intern
Hometown: Reading, England
Major: Sports Medicine
Hobbies: Basketball, hanging out with friends
What do you like most about Belhaven? The sense of community around campus, how everybody knows everybody, and that the faculty and staff truly care about you and your education.
What advice would you give to all students? Get involved in the activities on campus and enjoy your time at Belhaven.
Kyra Washington, Activities & Intramurals Intern
Hometown: Slidell, LA
Hobbies: Basketball and hanging
What do you like most about Belhaven? The community
Why Activities & Intramurals? I love the community and the ability to be with people and meet and get connected with new people.