The Intramural Sports Program provides competitive and recreational sport leagues, tournaments and special events for all students, regardless of skill level. These activities foster leadership, sportsmanship and education.
|Team Sport Leagues||Registration Ends||Play Begins||Team Fee|
|Tournaments||Registration Ends||Play Dates||Fee|
|Golf Singles Match Play||10/15||10/24-11/20||$90|
|Special Events||Registration Ends||Play Date||Fee|
A system of self-defense based on relaxed coordination of mind and body, rather than strength.
Offers students an opportunity to learn the sport of archery, providing them with the proper equipment and practice space.
Club members ranging from beginners to advanced participate in various tournaments throughout Texas and beyond.
Provides an opportunity to learn and improve the art of ballroom dancing in a lively social atmosphere.
Competitive club that travels and hosts games against other university baseball clubs across the country.
A nationally competitive co-ed rowing club consisting of novice and varsity teams that compete at various competitions throughout the country.
Competitive club consisting of a mountain bike team and a road bike team that compete on a local and national level during the Fall and Spring semesters.
The University's representative at national dance competitions and local performances.
Devoted to learning, teaching, and developing the art of fencing using three different weapons: epee, foil and sabre.
Fun but competitive golf team representing The University of Texas at Austin. We play in regional and national tournaments.
Co-ed competitive organization open to all skill levels with instruction offered to beginners. Competes at the state and national level.
Competitive and recreational club offering local, state, and regional tournament play.
Competitive club hosting and traveling to other collegiate ice hockey clubs across the region and country.
This club offers weekly practices, optional competitions, and seminars by nationally recognized experts.
Offers training in attacks and defenses for all skill levels with the opportunity to compete in several tournaments during the year.
Competitive club that competes in the Lone Star Alliance against other teams in the state as well as nationwide.
Competitive club that competes regionally as well as nationally against other women's lacrosse clubs.
Competitive powerlifting team consisting of squat, bench, and deadlift competitions.
Recreational and competitive club that both instructs and competes on the regional and national level.
Recreational and competitive club that travels across the state and country competing on a national level.
Representing UT, team members practice up to four days a week and receive climbing instruction.
While promoting health and fitness through recreational running, the club trains together and races competitively.
Provides an organized sailing program with the purpose of improving the sailing ability of any member and promoting recreational sailing.
Nationally competitive club with the goal of expanding the love and knowledge of competitive sailing throughout The University and conference at large.
Competes in the Texas Collegiate Soccer League against various schools throughout the region and country.
An organization committed to promoting personal growth and soccer skill development among students.
Organizes table tennis enthusiasts in a way that allows them to enjoy competition in a relaxed setting.
Brings together all levels of players to practice and compete against other university clubs.
Provides an environment to enlighten body and mind through the study and practice of Taekwondo and self-defense.
Club for triathlon enthusiasts promoting group workouts and competition against other collegiate clubs.
Consists of a competitive team and a developing team that strive to promote competition in a team environment.
Competitive club participating in tournaments with schools from Texas and across the country.
UT Wake is both a club and competitive team centered around wakeboarding and wakesurfing.