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Competing in any intramural activity is completely voluntary; therefore, Mississippi College is not responsible for any injury that one may incur.
All active undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and fulltime staff members of Mississippi College are eligible to participate in any activity sponsored by the Intramural Sports Office.
A student who has been a member of a varsity or junior varsity team at Mississippi College in a particular sport is not eligible for intramural competition in that or its related sport during the academic year. If you are on the team roster for the first game of regular season play, you are considered a member of that sport team. The only exception made will be for graduating seniors. Seniors graduating in May will be aloud to participate during their last year as an MC student.
If a student athlete drops or is dropped from an intercollegiate team prior to the opening of the pre-season, they will be eligible for intramural participation in that sport.
Anyone who is or has been a professional athlete in a particular sport is ineligible to participate in that or a related sport for two academic years following his or her professional career.
Male participants may play for only one men’s team (in any one sport). Therefore, a male participant may NOT participate in both the Man’s A and Men’s B league. Women participants may play for only one women’s team in any one sport. Females have the option to play for a men’s team. However, Females who choose to participate on a men’s team forfeit their right to play in a women’s league.
A participant is considered to have officially played for a team once he/she has been signed-in on a team’s roster at the captain’s meeting, regardless of whether he/she actively plays in the game/ match.
A participant, having played for one team, may not change to another team during the season without the written permission of the Intramural Sports administrative staff. Appeals to change from one team to another shall be made in writing to the Intramural Sports staff for review.
Any person or organization may challenge the eligibility of a player by notifying the Intramural Sports Office. Eligibility challenges must occur within 7 days of the date of the player’s participation in an intramural game or event. The Intramural Sports administrative staff will review challenges.
If an individual feels that they have extenuating circumstances that should allow them to be exempt from any or all of the Intramural By-Laws, they can make a written appeal stating their reasons for exemption from the rules. The IM administrative staff will review this appeal.
As soon as an individual violates any of the eligibility rules, they shall thereafter be considered ineligible for ALL intramural activities. Violation of the suspension will result in further or permanent suspension from the Intramural Program and possible disciplinary action by the office of the Dean of Students.
If a team feels that they or a member of their team has been ruled ineligible incorrectly, they can make a written appeal within 48 hours of the ruling stating their reasons for review or exemption from the rules. The Intramural Sports administrative staff will review the appeal.
At activities in which an Intramural Supervisor or Assistant is present, protests concerning misinterpretation of playing rules will be resolved when they arise. Protests of an official’s judgment will not be accepted. Play should cease while the officials, captains, and supervisors confer on the details of the incident. The Intramural Supervisor or Assistant will be called over to rule on a disagreement based on the information at hand from the game officials and team captains.
If either team is not satisfied with the decision made by the Intramural Officials and Supervisor, they must state to the supervisor that they wish to protest the decision. The supervisor should immediately note the incident in detail and the reasons for which they based their decision. The team captain protesting should also write his account of what happened on the protest form. Play will resume immediately following the completion of the paperwork.
To complete the protest, the following procedure shall be followed as outlined on the protest procedures checklist available at the game site.
If the decision is reversed, the $10 deposit will be returned to the person filing the protest, and the game will continue from the point of protest, with the new ruling taking effect.
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