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Intramural Sports

CUI Intramurals is a great way to get involved with non-varsity athletic activities on campus, especially for new students. Currently, Intramurals is ranked as the top activity by students regarding participation and attendance, and our numbers increase annually. The variety of athletic activities offered throughout the year allows our students the opportunity to build community and participate in fun, competitive sports. Most importantly however, CUI Intramurals seeks to provide an environment where our students are challenged to compete well but ultimately remember that our actions should always be Christ-centered.

CUI Intramurals includes seasons in volleyball, flag football, basketball, tennis, pickleball, disc golf and so much more! In addition, CU Active Intramurals sponsor weekend tournaments throughout the year, including dodgeball and capture the flag.

We are always seeking to grow and develop our intramural program at Concordia University Irvine and are open to suggestions that you would like to see here. Official Intramural Program policies can be found in our handbook.

Sign Up for a League

Students can sign up for any intramural sport by using their Eagles email address to create an account through our MyCUI app. Students can use this site to create their teams, view their schedule, and display their trophies! Below are instructions for signing up:

  1. Download the MyCUI app on Android or on iOS on your phone
  2. Create an Account
  3. Select “Concordia University Irvine” from the drop-down list
  4. Fill in your complete information
  5. Submit
  6. Browse your new profile and sign up for a league!

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Contact Us

For more information about CUI Intramurals please feel free to come by our office in the Center for Student Leadership and Development (CSLD), right across from the gym or refer to the information in the gym walkway display cases.

Jaela Thornburg
[email protected]

Landon McIntire
[email protected]

Michael Ottenad
[email protected]

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