Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation

FAQs

Intramural Sports

Register on Fusion IM: Registration, Schedules, Standing, Rankings, Team Management. If you need additional help, visit the Registration Information Page here.

The best thing to do is sign up to be a Free Agent. You can do so on Fusion IM: Registration, Schedules, Standing, Rankings, Team Management. If you would like assistance, call (406) 243-5295 or email crec.intramurals@mso.umt.edu.

We offer a comprehensive sports program as well as a variety of special events for the athlete in everyone. University of Montana students, faculty, staff, their spouses, and former student Alumni who have paid Alumni Association dues are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. Most special events are open to the public.

Probably not! Unless there is lightning or other major risks, games will be played during inclement weather. Cancellations will be called on the field or announced through Fusion IM.

Dornblaser Fields (South Campus fields): Located on S. Higgins Ave. near South Ave., next to the Lady Griz Soccer Stadium and University Golf Course.

Riverbowl Fields: Located west of the Fitness & Recreation Center next to the Kim Williams Trail.

WAG Court: Located in the Adams Center on the south end of the building near the Hall of Champions.

FRC Court: Located in the Fitness and Recreation Center on the main level. Bring your Griz Card to swipe into the FRC! If you do not have a Campus Recreation membership you will need to purchase a guest pass.

Schreiber Gym: Located on the Southeast corner of campus, south of the library.

Pantzer Courts: Located on the Southwest side of campus, outdoor volleyball and basketball courts.

Club sports are funded by ASUM and team fundraising. Club teams compete against other club teams in the region. They train and travel on a regular basis. 

Intramural sports are funded through the student recreation fee and are of recreational nature. Teams play against other intramural teams here on the University of Montana campus. Teams typically play one game a week and do not have practice.

How do I sign up for Intramurals?

Register on Fusion IM: Registration, Schedules, Standing, Rankings, Team Management. If you need additional help, visit the Registration Information Page here.

The best thing to do is sign up to be a Free Agent. You can do so on Fusion IM: Registration, Schedules, Standing, Rankings, Team Management. If you would like assistance, call (406) 243-5295 or email crec.intramurals@mso.umt.edu.

We offer a comprehensive sports program as well as a variety of special events for the athlete in everyone. University of Montana students, faculty, staff, their spouses, and former student Alumni who have paid Alumni Association dues are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. Most special events are open to the public.

Probably not! Unless there is lightning or other major risks, games will be played during inclement weather. Cancellations will be called on the field or announced through Fusion IM.

Dornblaser Fields (South Campus fields): Located on S. Higgins Ave. near South Ave., next to the Lady Griz Soccer Stadium and University Golf Course.

Riverbowl Fields: Located west of the Fitness & Recreation Center next to the Kim Williams Trail.

WAG Court: Located in the Adams Center on the south end of the building near the Hall of Champions.

FRC Court: Located in the Fitness and Recreation Center on the main level. Bring your Griz Card to swipe into the FRC! If you do not have a Campus Recreation membership you will need to purchase a guest pass.

Schreiber Gym: Located on the Southeast corner of campus, south of the library.

Pantzer Courts: Located on the Southwest side of campus, outdoor volleyball and basketball courts.

Club sports are funded by ASUM and team fundraising. Club teams compete against other club teams in the region. They train and travel on a regular basis. 

Intramural sports are funded through the student recreation fee and are of recreational nature. Teams play against other intramural teams here on the University of Montana campus. Teams typically play one game a week and do not have practice.