We use Fusion IM to manage our intramural sports. This page will help you get up and running fast with Fusion IM. If you have further questions, please email us at email@example.com.
How to Create a Team
Creating a team will be one of the main tasks you complete on Fusion IM. Click here for detailed instructions on how to create or join a team as a captain or player and how to become a Free Agent.
Interested in Officiating? Come to our Officials Training!
Volleyball & Basketball
- Tues, January 24, 6 p.m. AFC 204
- Weds, January 25, 6 p.m. SRC Gymnasium
- Thurs, January 26, 6 p.m. SRC Gymnasium
- Weds, February 1, 6 p.m. AFC 204
Softball & Outdoor Soccer
- Mon, Feb 27,6 p.m. AFC 204
- Tues, February 28, 6 p.m. The Park
4on4 Flag Football
- Mon, March 13, 6 p.m. AFC 204
- Weds, March 15, 6 p.m. The Park
Managing Your Roster
You've made a team and picked your perfect division, now how will you fill and manage your roster? This page will take you through those details. You will see how to invite players to your team, view your confirmed and pending roster as well as view the other features of your game and team cards.
Congrats! You've made it through the regular season and your team qualified for playoffs! Learn how to navigate the Fusion IM Playoff Draft feature and how to pick your best spot in the bracket.
All teams are eligible for the playoffs provided they meet the following criteria:
- At least a 2.67 Sportsmanship Rating
- Have fewer than the maximum number of allowed forfeits
- Be in good standing with UVA Intramurals
In some league sports, playoff brackets will be broken into Comp and Rec Divisions when possible.
Fusion IM Icons
After logging into Fusion IM, you have a range of icons and options to choose from. View this page to see what each of the icons mean and what they do.
Fusion IM Terms and Definitions
Fusion IM comes with a lot of new vocabulary, please use this resource to assist you in understanding the terms of the software that are commonly used in communication from IM-Rec Sports to you.
If you still have more questions about Fusion IM, please try this page. On it you will find a list of frequently asked questions.
For any and all questions not addressed in these documents please contact Intramural Sports via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation in the Intramural Sports Program is completely voluntary. Individuals participate at their own risk and absolve the University of Virginia of responsibility for any injuries incurred during the activity. All individuals should be in good physical condition. Participants are encouraged to provide their own health insurance and to receive a health examination yearly.
All participants must wear shoes. For outdoor sports, rubber cleated shoes and screw-in cleats will be allowed. Metal cleats of any kind, open heel and/or toe shoes are prohibited. For indoor sports, court shoes must be worn. Any item deemed to be dangerous by Intramural Staff may not be worn during a game.
Men's - Teams may consist of students, faculty, staff and spouses self-identifying as Men or Another Non-Binary. Individuals self-identifying as Women may also participate in this league.
Open - Teams may consist of students, faculty, staff and spouses. There are no gender based rules on roster construct.
Fraternity - Fraternities registered with the Dean of Students Office may compete in the Fraternity League. Teams may consist of the full-time UVA students (minimum 12 credit hours) that are listed on the charter in the Inter-Fraternity Council Office. Full-time grad students can participate in the league if they were an undergraduate member of the fraternity at UVA.
Women's - Teams may consist of students, faculty, staff, and spouses self-identifying as Women or Another Non-Binary.
Co-Rec - Teams may consist of students, faculty, staff, and spouses. Teams may have no more than half of the players on the court/field at the same time who identify as the same gender (Men, Women, or Another Non-Binary).
Divisions - Most Men's and Co-Rec Leagues, and some other Leagues, will be broken into Competitive and Recreational Divisions for playoffs when possible, based on the teams’ winning percentages during the regular season. In these leagues, teams with a winning percentage above .500 will be placed in the Competitive Division. Teams with a winning percentage of .500 or below will be placed in the Recreational Division.
Free Agency is designed to aid those interested in participating in a particular sport who are lacking a team with which to play. Individuals who do not have a team are encouraged to register through Fusion IM as Free Agents. Participants searching for additional players to complete their teams are able to search Fusion IM for registered Free Agents in all sports.
The IM-Rec Sports Department assesses charges for participation in Intramural activities. All entry fees must be paid at the time of entry.
Team captains and participants are responsible for knowing their team’s schedule. In most cases, teams play their regular season contests on the same day throughout the regular season. Scheduling information will be posted on the IM-Rec Sports Department’s web page and the IM-Rec Sports App.
Employment with Intramural Sports
Student Officials and Supervisors are hired to work for the IM-Rec Sports Department’s Intramural Program. The essential qualities for all employees are dependability, self-confidence, a willingness to learn the rules, and the ability to communicate tactfully with participants. Training clinics and scrimmages are held prior to the start of each sport season. Interested individuals should consult the IM-Rec Sports Department’s Jobs page.
Champion T-shirts are awarded to the Champions of each sport (teams may receive up to but no more than twice the amount of players required to field a team). A photo of each Championship Team will also be displayed on the Intramural Wall of Fame.