Intramural Staff

Role of the Intramural Supervisors

156 Frank Kennedy Centre

The primary function of the Intramural Supervisor is to assist the Coordinator of the Intramural (IM) Program in running a safe, fun and successful Intramural program.

All Intramural Supervisors are University students just like you and as such deserve the highest respect and cooperation from all Intramural participants.

Intramural Supervisor name and contact information:

Badminton: TBA

Basketball:  

Kelsey Jones
Email: umjon253@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-6359

Climbing:

Madison Urschatz
Email: urschatm@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-9235

Dodgeball:

Albee Eisbrenner
Email: umeisbra@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-8700

Floor Hockey:

Albee Eisbrenner
Email: umeisbra@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-8700

Ice Hockey:  

Carlin Ritchie
Email: umritc39@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-9268

Inner Tube Water Polo:   

Madison Urschatz
Email: urschatm@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-9235                         

Pickleball: TBA

Soccer

Amanda Deslauriers
Email: umdeslaa@cc.umanitoba.ca
Telephone: 204-474-9235

Ultimate Frisbee: TBA   

Volleyball: TBA

Role of the Coordinator of Intramurals and Clubs
Kyla Ray
145 Frank Kennedy Centre
474-7077

The role of the Coordinator of Intramurals and Clubs is the coordination, administration and ongoing operation of the University Intramurals and Clubs programs.  The position assists in meeting the goals of Recreation Services by providing health, recreation and wellness programs at the Fort Garry Campus. The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all Intramural Programs are run the most efficiently and effectively as possible. The Coordinator also supervises and leads all Intramural Program Supervisors, Officials and Timekeepers. The position also contributes in establishing and maintaining an excellent working relationship with students, staff and the community by providing as many recreational opportunities as possible.

Recreation Services Mission

To inspire and facilitate students and staff of the University of Manitoba and the community to embrace active healthy lifestyles through involvement in a diverse assortment of enjoyable and educational experiences that will contribute to improved quality of life.

Intramurals Program Mission

To create opportunity for University of Manitoba students and staff to participate in organized recreational activities in a fun, safe and welcoming environment.  Our commitment is to promoting an enhanced university experience for all intramural participants by facilitating the opportunity to fulfill basic human needs such as relaxation, socialization, achievement and physical activity while promoting teamwork and fair play.

Intramural Program Goals

  1. To ensure that participant fun and safety are the highest priorities of Recreation Services IM Programs
  2. To encourage students to participate and try new activities as a means of making their experience at the UofM more rewarding and memorable
  3. To promote social and group interaction as well as cultural and gender diversity awareness through Recreation Services IM Programs and activities
  4. To allow UofM student the opportunity for growth outside the classroom through Recreation Services IM programs
  5. Provide an environment for students to stay active, healthy, and give them an outlet for stress relief

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