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1 Women's Soccer Tryouts     3:00pm HPE-103
1                               Men's Soccer Tryouts         4:00pm HPE-103
2 Men's and Women's Basketball Tryouts  6:00pm Gym
7 Women's Volleyball Tryouts 6:00pm Gym
 8 Tennis Club Meeting 3:00pm HPE-103
15 Upbeat Dance Group Auditions 2:00pm  HPE-110
16  Flag Football Tournament 11:00am  Intramural Field 
20  Bench Press Contest  3:00pm  Gym 
21  Table Tennis Tournament  2:00pm  Racquetball Court 
26  Dodgeball Tournament  3:00pm  Gym 
4 Squat Contest 3:00pm Gym
5-6 Blood Drive 8:30-2pm Racquetball Courts
12  Horseshoe Tournament 3:00pm South Lawn
13 Paintball 4:00pm Legends Paintball
14  2-Person Scramble  11:00am WindRose Golf Course
19 COED Volleyball Tournament 3:00pm Gym
20 Women's Center Breast Walk   2:00pm  Campus Trail
21  Flag Football Tournament  All Day  LSC-Montgomery 
25  Deadlift Contest 3:00pm  Gym 
28 GCIC Sports Day  All Day  San Jac-Central 

Indoor Soccer Tournament 2:00pm Gym
3 Bowling Tournament 7:00pm Diamond Bowl
5 vs 5 Basketball Tournament 4:00pm Gym
15 Fastest Hurricane 4:00pm  Gym
17  Turkey Trot 4:00pm  Jogging Path 
1 Zumba Party 4:00-6:00pm HPE-110




The Lone Star College-North Harris Recreational Sports staff welcomes all students, faculty and staff to participate in a variety of activities offered through the Intramural Sports program. Our program is designed to match equally skilled teams in various activities to meet physical, as well as recreational, needs. Participants have the opportunity to make up their own teams from friends, classmates, etc. If you can't form a team, enter as an individual and a guarantee of placement will be made.Team, individual, and dual sports will be scheduled for each semester. Be sure to check the bulletin boards throughout the campus for events that will be offered. You may also stop by HPE-100 or HPE-106 for more info.

All students, faculty and staff of Lone Star College are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. The intramural sports staff will assume responsibility for investigation of the eligibility of all participants upon request. A college ID or membership cardwill be required during all activities. In order for an individual to be considered eligible for intramural competition, his/her name and social security number must appear on the team roster. Changes in a roster must be made at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled game. There will be no roster changes allowed during any playoff or championship game. Players who have participated with one intramural team are not eligible to play for another team in that sport. Exception: Individuals may play in both the men's or women's program plus a co-rec team.

Any person participating in an intramural activity found to be ineligible will be suspended from that activity for the remainder of the season. Any team using an ineligible player shall forfeit all games in which the ineligible player participated. All players participating in a game/match using an ineligible player, with an assumed name, shall be suspended from that activity for the remainder of the season and placed on probation the remainder of the school year.

 Forfeit Policy
A team will be dropped from competition upon announcement of their second forfeit. The winning team must record its lineup for the forfeited game and must have at least a minimum of the official number of players. If neither team or individual shows for a game, both will be charged with a loss by forfeit.

Protests involving rule interpretations will be considered, but judgement calls will not receive consideration. Protests must be made on the field or court immediately following the incident in question. The game is suspended and the Intramural Supervisor will be called to the game. Play should not continue until a final decision is made. Protests concerning eligibility must be made before, during or immediately after the contest in question. A ruling will then be made by the Intramural Sports Director the following day.

Conduct of Participants
Good sportsmanship is vital to the conduct of every contest. Officials, supervisors, and administrative personnel shall make decisions as to warn, penalize, or eject players and/or teams for poor sportsmanship. These decisions are final. The team coach or captain is responsible for the actions of any individual member of the team and for spectators directly related to said team. Deliberate injury or deliberate attempt to injure an opponent will result in automatic suspension from all intramural activity for at least one year. Fighting will result in automatic suspension from all intramural activities for a minimum of at least one semester. Any attempt to instigate an altercation will be considered a fight. Harassment and verbal abuse of officials or intramural staff will result in ejection from the game. It can also result in a lifetime suspension from all intramural sports activity.

 For more information E-mail:  Kyle.C.Knoll@LoneStar.edu