New semester brings additional volleyball, basketball offerings

If you’ve been wanting to get active and meet new people but just can’t find time during the day, Del Mar College Intramurals has your answer. This semester they will be offering both volleyball and basketball at night for students who have work or are in class during the usual afternoon competitions.

Other new events include the three-point knockout, the Quarterback Challenge, a three-on-three basketball tournament being held on a Saturday, and Viking of the Court.

“The Viking of the Court game (also called King of the Court) is a one-on-one basketball tournament where when a player wins they move up to the next court and if they lose they move down to the next court. The goal is to get on the designated ‘Viking’ court and win as many rounds as possible. Normal basketball rules will be followed,” said intramurals Director Kristy Urbick.

All equipment is provided and there will be people to referee the games. Once the students competing have arrived and signed up, they will divide into teams and play.

“I am most excited to play in the Quarterback Challenge,” said student Jackson Carroll. “My favorite part of intramurals is getting to make friends with people who have the same interest as you.”

If you are a student at Del Mar who wants to participate in one or more of the events then go the day of and sign up; that’s is all there is to it.

If you’ve been wanting to get active and meet new people but just can’t find time during the day, Del Mar College Intramurals has your answer. This semester they will be offering both volleyball and basketball at night for students who have work or are in class during the usual afternoon competitions.

Other new events include the three-point knockout, the Quarterback Challenge, a three-on-three basketball tournament being held on a Saturday, and Viking of the Court.

“The Viking of the Court game (also called King of the Court) is a one-on-one basketball tournament where when a player wins they move up to the next court and if they lose they move down to the next court. The goal is to get on the designated ‘Viking’ court and win as many rounds as possible. Normal basketball rules will be followed,” said intramurals Director Kristy Urbick.

All equipment is provided and there will be people to referee the games. Once the students competing have arrived and signed up, they will divide into teams and play.

“I am most excited to play in the Quarterback Challenge,” said student Jackson Carroll. “My favorite part of intramurals is getting to make friends with people who have the same interest as you.”

If you are a student at Del Mar who wants to participate in one or more of the events then go the day of and sign up; that’s is all there is to it.

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