Intramural Sports

Ultimate Frisbee


The intramural program at The College of Wooster is designed to offer a number of popular sports and activities for students, faculty, and staff. The accent is on participation. More specifically, the program provides an outlet for athletic interests, which are not satisfied by participation in either physical education courses or varsity athletics. Individuals with interests that extend beyond physical education courses may be attracted to intramurals because they do not have the time, skill, or inclination to pursue these skills at the varsity level. Those individuals involved in a particular varsity sport may look to the intramural program as a venue of socialization and fellowship in athletic activities beyond their varsity participation.

The intramural program at Wooster seeks to provide an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to be involved in organized physical activity and positive use of leisure time. A variety of activities are provided for members of The College of Wooster community. The intramural program provides both competitive and recreational alternatives. Opportunities for individuals to compete with others of their own ability, to cooperate with others in athletic participation, to socialize, and to improve participant’s health and physical fitness are each important components of the intramural program.

Important Links

» Intramural Schedulepdf

» Intramural Handbookpdf

» Intramural Roster & Waiver Formpdf



Contact Information

Intramural Director:
Julius Higginbotham, ext. 2574

Student Directors:
Meghan Botsch -
Harlan Jones -
Cam Pollard -
Alyssa Ramirez -

Interim Athletic Director
Kristyn King, ext. 2081

Director of Operations and Facility Scheduling
Cassidy Wertman, ext. 2286

Club Sports

Club sports are a great way for students to participate in sports not offered at the intercollegiate level, such as cricket, equestrian, ice hockey, table tennis, and ultimate frisbee. Most of the club teams travel and compete against clubs from other colleges and universities. For more information, visit