Intramural Sports Program

Intramural Sports Program

A group of students who played intramural volleyball.

Spring 2022 Intramural Sports Program

The mission of the Intramural Sports program at Del Mar College is to provide students, faculty, and staff with a variety of recreational sports and activities. Examples might include organized runs, team sports, fitness challenges, racquet sports, and board games. The activities selected are based on popularity and enable participants to make new friends, stay physically fit, and improve their personal health. We believe that participation in intramural sports will allow individuals opportunities to improve teamwork, as well as communication and leadership skills that will complement the goals of Del Mar College and enrich the educational experience.

The Intramural Sports Staff is working hard to provide a calendar of the Spring 2022 semester events. We want to ensure our participants' safety and offer programs and activities that give participants an outlet for competition, fitness, and fun. This semester, we will be offering virtual and in-person sporting events. In-person events will begin in February. 

The last yoga session for the semester is on Friday, May 6, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm in the Kinesiology building KN 202. We have everything you need.

If you participated in an intramural event virtually or participated in yoga, you can pick up a t-shirt on May 2 or May 3 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm in the Kinesiology Building, KN 210. Enter through the Aquatics Center entrance.

In-Person Intramural Events

This semester we will be offering in-person activities. Registration will take place on the day of each event. All events are coed and open for DMC students.

In-person events Fall 2022...

 

How to Participate in Virtual Events

Read the directions below and then use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission to participate in an activity. You will need to be logged in to your DMC Office 365 email account to access the form. We will not be using IMLeagues this semester, so you only need to fill out the entry form. 

For example, if you want to participate in the 1-Mile Virtual run, you would use an app like MapMyFitness or a sports watch to track your mileage, route, and time. Then you would fill out the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form and follow the following steps.

  1. On the form, you would select the option for the 1-Mile Virtual Run.
  2. Enter your mile time under question two—for example, 13:25.
  3. Upload your picture that includes the distance, route, and time.
  4. Indicated why you participated in intramurals.
  5. Review the waiver and enter your name as the signature. 
  • Yoga

    YOGA

    Yoga is a great way to work on strength and flexibility. For the yoga intramural activity, you can choose from the videos by Kate Burrill below to follow along and participate.

    Submission

    After completing the Yoga activity, you will submit a picture of the pose or of you participating in the yoga video and indicate what challenge or video you participated in for question 2 on the required entry form. Then use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. 

    Spring Yoga Videos

    Yoga Challenge #1 – Lizard Pose

    Yoga Challenge #2 – Elephant Pose

    Yoga Challenge #3 – Wild Thing

    Fall Yoga Videos

    Yoga Week 1 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 2 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 3 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 4 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 5 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 6 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 7 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 8 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 9 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 10 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 11 - Click HERE

    Yoga Week 12 - Click HERE

    Participants

    1. Brittney Herrera
    2. Nhi Pham
    3. Sarah Alvarez
    4. Miranda Barnes
    5. Lauren Mixon
    6. Elizabeth Woodward
    7. Havilah Kalbfleisch
    8. Brianna Wilhelm
    9. Jessa Escamilla
    10. Miranda Barnes
    11. Brianna Wilhelm
    12. Abigail Rosalez
    13. Jordynn Becker
    14. Lauren Keady
    15. Claudia Leon
    16. Jessa Escamilla
  • 1-Mile Virtual Run

    Virtual 1-Mile Run

    The 1-Mile Virtual Run is open for current Del Mar College students, faculty, and staff. This event welcomes people of all ages and abilities – walkers, beginning runners, competitive runners, and everyone in between. The 1-Mile Virtual Run can be completed at any pace and from any location — a sidewalk, road, trail, or treadmill. You will need an app that calculates and tracks your distance, route, and time to complete the activity.

    Submission:

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit your 1-mile time. Then upload a screenshot of your distance, route, and 1-mile time.

    1 Mile Virtual Run Top 10

    1. Shelby 8:15
    2. Brianna Rodriguez 9:31
    3. Elizabeth Woodward 10:10
    4. Timothy Duncan 10:31
    5. Jordynn Becker 10:36
    6. Candice Schanen 10:50
    7. Tamia Martin 12:12
    8. Rosario Palacios 12:19
    9. Deacon Arrington 12:40
    10. Aydan Rodriguez 14:00
  • Virtual 3-Point Contest

    Virtual 3-Point Contest

    Welcome to the "virtual" 3-point contest. For the 3-point contest, your goal is to make as many 3-pointers in 90 seconds (a minute and a half). You can complete the challenge in a gym, park, or in your front yard. All you need is a 10ft basketball goal, a 3-point line, basketball, and a recording device. You can use your phone, iPad, laptop, etc., to record your video. Then, using 1 ball and a rebounder, you will have 90 seconds to make as many 3-point shots as possible. They do not have to be made in a row.

    Submission:

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit how many 3-pointers you made in 90 seconds. Then upload your video.

    Virtual 3-Point Contest Leaderboard

    1. Natalie Martinez – 6
  • Virtual Free Throw Contest

    Virtual Free Throw Contest

    Welcome to the "virtual" free throw-in-a-row contest. You can complete the challenge in a gym, park, or in your front yard. All you need is a 10ft basketball goal and an official free throw line. The free-throw line's distance is 15 ft measured directly below the backboard from a point on the floor. Get out a measuring tape and use chalk to mark your free throw line if there isn’t one. The goal of the contest is to make as many free throws in a row as possible. You can use your phone, iPad, laptop, etc., to record your video.

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit how many free throws you made in a row. Then upload your video.

    Virtual Free-throw Contest LeaderBoard Top 5

    1. Edith Riojas – 6
    2. Leslie Gonzalez – 6
  • Burpee Contest

    Burpee Contest

    For the burpee contest, you will record yourself performing as many burpees as possible in 2 minutes.

    How to do a competition burpee:

    • Watch the video for standards: Burpee Video
    • Place your hands on the ground should-width apart.
    • Jump to push-up position
    • Lower your chest and thighs to the ground (they most touch the ground to count)
    • Jump your feet up to your hands
    • Jump vertically with full hip and knee extension
    • Repeat for 2 minutes

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit how many burpees you completed. Then upload your video.

    Burpee Contest Leaderboard

  • Pull-Up Contest

    Pull-Up Contest

    You will video record yourself doing as many pull-ups as you can complete in 1 minute for the pull-up contest. Please review the pull-up contest rules:

    • Initial position: grasp bar with both hands, overhand “common” grip. Hang from the bar freely. Both arms must be fully extended.
    • Complete repetition: Chin must be parallel to the bar, and arms need to straighten when returning down. No swinging or using legs as momentum.
    • The participant will have one minute to complete as many repetitions as possible.
    • Participants may rest in between reps but must remain hanging on the bar.

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit how many pull-ups you completed in 1 minute. Then upload your video.

    Pull-Up Leaderboard

  • Push-Up Contest

    Push-Up Contest

    The push-up contest is open to all levels. You can do a regular push-up or a modified push-up on your knees. You will video record yourself for 1 minute, performing as many pushups as possible. Your chest must touch the ground for each repetition to count. 

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit what type of pushup and how many push-ups you completed in 1 minute. Then upload your video.

    Push-up Contest 

    1. Deacon Arrington – 25 pushups
    2. Leslie Gonzalez (modified) – 15 pushups
  • 50,000 Steps in a Week Challenge

    50,000 Steps in A Week Challenge

    The 50,000 step challenge is virtual. Over a one-week period starting Monday and ending on Sunday, you will track your steps using an app or a fitness watch throughout the day. Your goal for this challenge is to reach 50,000 steps in one week.

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, enter the week and total steps. For example, 8/30 - 9/5 total steps 52,341. Then upload a screenshot of your 7-day step log from your watch or fitness app.

    50,000 Steps Challenge Leaderboard

    1. Olivia Escobar 88, 132
    2. Stephanie Cortez 66,006
    3. Leslie Gonzalez 65,001
    4. Solia Flores 55,676
    5. Erik Perez Lara 52,291
  • Virtual Volleyball Passing Contest

    Virtual Volleyball Passing Contest

    The virtual volleyball passing competition is designed to test your passing skills. You will video record and time yourself for 2 minutes to see how many passing you can complete using a wall.

    Rules:

    • It would be best if you used a volleyball (a similar ball will be accepted).
    • You will find a wall and stand a minimum of 3 feet from the wall.
    • The ball must be passed against the wall above your head for the repetition to count.
    • You will count how many successful wall passes you complete in two minutes. If you mess up, you can restart and continue your pass count. For example, If I pass the ball 10 times in a row and then miss, I can restart my passing and continue the count. My next successful pass would be 11, and I would continue counting for 2 minutes.

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit how many passes you completed in 2 minutes. Then upload your video.

    Volleyball Passing LeaderBoarD

    1. Leslie Gonzalez - 134
    2. Jessa Escamilla - 113
    3. Abigail Rosalez - 105
  • Bench Press

    Bench Press

    For the bench press, follow the below directions:

    • Participants will perform a 3- Repetition Max.
    • Before the participant lifts, they must show their load total and what weight they are attempting to lift.
    • Must maintain proper position and from:
    • The lifter must lie on their back with head, shoulders, and buttocks in contact with the flat bench surface.
    • The lifter must grip the bar with a “thumbs around” grip, thus locking the bar safely in the palms of the hands.
    • The lifter's feet must be flat on the floor. This position shall be maintained throughout the attempt.
    • All lifters must have a spotter.
    • The lifter may enlist the help of the spotter in removing the bar from the racks. The lift-off, if assisted by the spotter, must be to arm’s length.
    • After the spotter, let’s go the lifter must lower the bar to the chest, hold it motionless on the chest with a definite and visible pause and then press upwards with an even extension of the arms to arm’s length 3 times.

    The competition will be divided into men's and women's divisions with the following weight classes:

     Male Weight Categories

    • 148lbs and under
    • 149 - 165lbs
    • 166 - 182lbs
    • 183 - 199lbs
    • 200+

    Female Weight Categories

    • 126lbs and under
    • 130 - 149lbs
    • 150 - 175lbs
    • 175+

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit your weight class category and the weight you benched. Then upload your video.

    Bench Press LeaderboarD

  • Deadlift Competition

    Deadlift Competition

    For the deadlift competition, follow the directions below:

    • Participants will perform a 1- Repetition Max.
    • Before the participant lifts, they must show their load total and what weight they are attempting to lift.
    • Must maintain proper position and form:
    • The lifter shall face the front of the platform.
    • The bar must be laid horizontally in front of the lifter's feet, gripped with an optional grip in both hands, and lifted without any downward movement until the lifter is standing erect.
    • On completion of the lift, the knees shall be locked in a straight position and the shoulders square or back.

    The competition will be divided into men's and women's divisions with the following weight classes:

    Male Weight Categories

    • 148lbs and under
    • 149 - 165lbs
    • 166 - 182lbs
    • 183 - 199lbs
    • 200+

    Female Weight Categories

    • 126lbs and under
    • 130 - 149lbs
    • 150 - 175lbs
    • 175+

    Submission

    To participate, use the Intramural Sports Activity Entry Form for your submission. For question 2 on the form, submit your weight class category and the weight you deadlifted. Then upload your video.

    Deadlift Leaderboard

    1. Ryan Saenz 410lbs
    2. Lauren Mixon 105lbs
    3. Cierra Messor 95lbs
  • 100 Mile Challenge

    100 Mile Challenge

    The 100 Mile Challenge is designed for you to track your miles when you run, bike, or swim. Your goal is to get 100 miles this semester. If you complete the 100 miles, you get a free finishers t-shirt.

    You will record your miles and submit your logs every two weeks: 

    • February 1 – February 13
    • February 14 – February 27
    • February 28 – March 13
    • No logs during Spring break
    • March 21 – April 3
    • April 4 – April 17
    • April 18 – May 1

    Submissions are due by Wednesday of the following week. For example, you will submit your total miles for February 1 – February 13 by Wednesday, February 16.

    Submission

    Complete the Intramural Sports 100 Mile and Steps Entry Form.  

    Then every two weeks, you will submit the 100 Mile Challenge Log Form.

    If you are participating in Intramurals for class, this assignment will not be accepted.

    100 Mile Challenge Participant

    1. John Johnson – 141.2
    2. Caitlin Chupe – 36
  • Steps Challenge

    Steps Challenge

    The Steps Challenge is designed to track your steps each day using a Fitbit, Garmin, or steps tracker. Your goal for the challenge is to reach 500,000 steps during the semester. If you complete the challenge, you get a free finishers t-shirt.

    You will record your steps and submit your logs every two weeks: 

    • February 1 – February 13
    • February 14 – February 27
    • February 28 – March 13
    • No logs during Spring break
    • March 21 – April 3
    • April 4 – April 17
    • April 18 – May 1

    Submissions are due by Wednesday of the following week. For example, you will submit your total miles for February 1 – February 13 by Wednesday, February 16.

    Submission

    Complete the Intramural Sports 100 Mile and Steps Entry Form.  

    Then every two weeks, you will submit the Steps Challenge Log Form.

    If you are participating in Intramurals for class, this assignment will not be accepted.

     Steps Challenge Participant

    1. Jo Ann Leal – 451,940
    2. Connie Gutierrez – 521,332
    3. Reyanne Soliz-Atherton – 123,751

Page last updated May 2, 2022.

Office Hours

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Contact Information:

Kristy Urbick; Intramural Director

Kristy Urbick
Intramural Director
Email: kurbick2@delmar.edu
Phone: (361) 698-1336