Whitman's Intramural Sports program (IM Sports) is a large student-run program that hosts nine different sports throughout the school year. he success of Whitman's intramural sports programs and the friendly yet competitive spirit of our intramural teams are examples of the powerful sense of community on the Whitman campus.
More than 46 percent of Whitman students regularly gather on Ankeny field to participate in one or more IM events - as independents or as members of teams hosted by fraternities, sororities and residence halls.
Don't just take our word that Whitman has a fantastic intramural sports program - BestColleges.com agrees. It named Whitman as one of the best colleges for intramural sports in 2015!
The Intramural Committee is governed by internal by-laws which are available here. To contact the committee, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about intramural sports, check our FAQs page.
Games played primarily Friday-Sunday on Ankeny and Harper Joy. September 19th through October 25th
Games played Sunday-Thursday nights in the Multipurpose Gym. November 2nd through December 11th
Games primarily played in the racquetball courts Sunday-Thursday nights. February 1st through February 26th
Games primarily played Saturday-Sunday on the Whitman soccer practice fields (unless snow--then played in the MP gym). October 30th through December 13th
Games primarily played Friday--Sunday on the diamonds by the Whitman soccer practice fields. April 1st through May 8th
Intramural Table Tennis
Games primarily played in residence halls Monday-Thursday nights. February 1st through February 26th
Games played primarily Sunday-Thursday in Brattain. September 21st through October 22nd
Games primarily played throughout the week on Ankeny, and Harper Joy as necessary. April 4th through May 6th
Games primarily played on outdoor courts throughout the week. April 4th through May 6th
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