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  • STUDENT Sport Guide

    2017-2018

  • Welcome to sport at the University of Toronto Mississauga! We are proud to offer a wide range of athletic programming to UTM students and encourage all to come out & participate. From the low commitment level of Campus Rec to the highly competitive UTM Varsity Eagles, we are confident that we have a sports program that fits your schedule, interests, and ability.

    Each level of sport has its own time commitment, leadership, and learning opportunities. Read through the description of each program offered and see what works best and what will provide you with a memorable athletic and sport experience throughout your studies at UTM. Our program office staff are always happy to help so drop by with any questions!

    Go Eagles!

    www.utmeagles.ca

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    At UTM there are four levels of organized sport offered to all registered UTM students:

    Drop-In Coed Recreation

    Campus Rec

    U of T Intramurals

    Development Leagues (D-League)

    UTM Varsity Eagles

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    Student Sport Guide

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    Table of Contents

    Descriptions of League Offerings pg 3 – 15 Sport Timetables & Information pg 16 – 29 Frequently Asked Questions pg 30 Fair Play Code pg 31 Varsity Soccer & Basketball Game Schedule pg 32

  • Organized sport leagues are offered in multiple divisions to accommodate different skill levels. We encourage everyone to come out and participate. Choose from Outdoor Soccer, Ball Hockey, Basketball, Indoor Soccer, Cricket, Volleyball, and Ultimate. We offer both open (which have no gender restrictions) and coed sport leagues.

    Team Entry Meeting Every team needs to register at their sport specific team entry meeting. Meeting dates and times are listed under the Campus Recreation section on pages 16 – 29 for each sport. Please download your form from our website: www.utmeagles.ca. One form is required for each team and must be completed and presented at the meeting in order to secure a spot in the league.

    All current UTM students, staff and faculty are welcome to participate in our Campus Rec leagues. Students registered at St. George or at Scarborough are ineligible.

    Unable to make a full team? Recruit players or merge a team while at the team entry meeting or stop by the program office and sign up as a free agent.

    QUESTIONS? Contact: Cameron Walker Email: cameron.walker@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 828-3850

    Campus Rec1 WHAT IS CAMPUS REC?

    CAMPUS REC ARE STUDENT FORMED TEAMS THAT COMPETE REGULARLY AGAINST ONE ANOTHER ON OUR CAMPUS.

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  • WHAT IS CAMPUS REC?

    Campus Rec - Basketball - Coed

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    Campus Rec Tournament - Badminton - Women

  • OFFICIALS / TIMERS / SCORERS NEEDED! If you would like to officiate in any of our Campus Rec leagues please contact Cameron Walker, Program Coordinator, or stop by the Program Office.

    QUESTIONS? Contact: Cameron Walker Email: cameron.walker@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 828-3850

    Register for some friendly competition. Tournaments are held for Badminton, Rugby, Squash, Table Tennis and Tennis.

    Most tournaments run Fridays between 1 – 5 pm. There are multiple tournaments throughout the fall and winter. Students can participate for free!

    Individual tournament entries are accepted one to two hours prior to the tournament in the Program Office.

    Tournament dates are listed under each sport, pages 16 – 29.

    CAMPUS REC TOURNAMENTS1 WHAT ARE CAMPUS REC TOURNAMENTS?

    CAMPUS REC TOURNAMENTS ARE ONE DAY TOURNAMENTS THAT ARE OPEN TO ANY REGISTERED UTM STUDENT.

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  • Our UTM Eagles Intramural teams compete against other Colleges and Faculties within the University. Players will travel to Scarborough and St. George campuses for league games. Travel is part of a player’s intramural team commitment. Most teams will have one game and one practice a week.

    Tryouts / Team Meetings All students interested in playing for UTM must attend the tryout/team meeting for each sport they want to play. Meeting dates and times are listed under the U of T Intramural section on pages 16 – 29 for each sport. All levels of skill are welcome. If you are unable to make any of the tryouts but would like to participate, please contact Cameron Walker or Louise Vanderwees.

    QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS?

    Men’s Sport Contact: Cameron Walker Email: cameron.walker@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 828-3850

    Women’s and Coed Sport Contact: Louise Vanderwees Email: louise.vanderwees@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 828-3712

    U OF T INTRAMURALS 2 WHAT ARE INTRAMURALS?

    INTRAMURALS ARE UTM TEAMS THAT TRAVEL TO COMPETE WITH OTHER TEAMS WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO.

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  • U of T Intramurals - Field Hockey - Women

    WHAT ARE INTRAMURALS?

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  • D-League - Volleyball - Women

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  • DEVELOPMENT LEAGUES3 WHAT ARE DEVELOPMENT LEAGUES?

    D-LEAGUE OFFERS A MORE COMPETITIVE SPORT EXPERIENCE WITH DEDICATED COACHING AND TRAINING FOR SKILL ADVANCEMENT.

    The Development League (D-League) offers athletes a heightened level of competition without the time commitment of a Varsity Athletic Program. Athletes have the opportunity to take their game to the next level by learning from committed coaching staff.

    Most D-League Teams will go to OCAA extramural tournaments and exhibition games when possible where they will compete against other Ontario college intramural teams.

    UTM offers D-Leagues for: • Men’s Ice Hockey • Men’s Volleyball • Women’s Volleyball • Men’s Outdoor and Indoor Soccer • Women’s Outdoor and Indoor Soccer • Women’s Basketball

    Tryouts All students interested in playing for UTM in a Development League must attend the tryout. Dates and times for tryouts are listed under the Development League column for each sport, pages 16 – 29. Previous playing experience in the sport is required for all D-League Teams.

    UNABLE TO MAKE ANY OF THE TRYOUTS? Contact: Brittany Tierney Email: brittany.tierney@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 569-4621

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  • The University of Toronto Mississauga is a proud member of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA). Varsity Eagles teams compete throughout Ontario in Badminton, Cross Country, Outdoor Soccer, Indoor Soccer and Basketball.

    Tryouts All players must be full-time registered students through the UTM Registrar or U of T School of Graduate Studies in order to tryout. All interested athletes must register online prior to attending a varsity tryout. Contact the Program Office for registration information.

    NOTE: Any UTM student who participates in a U of T Varsity Blues Badminton, Basketball, Cross Country, or Soccer tryout or competition will be ineligible for UTM Varsity Eagles teams for one calendar year.

    QUESTIONS? Contact: Jack Krist Email: j.krist@utoronto.ca Call: (905) 569-4607

    UTM VARSITY EAGLES4 WHAT IS VARSITY?

    ONE TEAM PER SPORT THAT REPRESENTS UTM IN ONTARIO WIDE COMPETITION - HIGHEST LEVEL OF COMPETITION AND COACHING.

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  • Varsity - Soccer - Men

    WHAT IS VARSITY?

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  • Drop-In Coed Recreation - Volleyball- Coed

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  • No standings, no stats, no commitment. Just show up and scan your student/ membership card at the RAWC Control Counter and join in the fun! Rec Racquets, Rec Swims, Rec Gym, Rec Outdoor and Rec Women’s Only drop-in times - we are confident that we have a casual recreational activity for you.

    Don’t have equipment? Most equipment is available for free sign-out at the Control Counter.

    For more details and program schedules, visit our website www.utmeagles.ca

    NOTE: Our Drop-In Schedule may change due to Instructional/Intramural Programs, special events, exams, holiday closures and/or facility maintenance/construction. The RAWC staff will make every effort to post these changes in advance on our website.

    DROP-IN COED RECREATION WHAT IS DROP-IN COED RECREATION?

    THESE ARE DESIGNATED TIMES TO DROP-IN AND PLAY A FRIENDLY GAME OR PRACTICE YOUR SKILLS.

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  • BADMINTON

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    Campus Rec Tournaments

    Badminton Singles Friday, October 20 @ 1:00 – 5:00 pm - Gym C

    Badminton Doubles - Men/Women/Coed Friday, November 3 @ 1:00 – 5:00 pm - Gym C Friday, March 2 @ 1:00 – 5:00 pm - Gym C

    U of T Intramurals and Development League (D-League) are not available for this sport.

    UTM Varsity Eagles

    Fall Tryouts: September 12, 15, 19 and 21 @ 7:00 – 9:00 pm - Gym C

    Information meeting: Tuesday, September 18 @ 7:00 pm - Multi-purpose Room

    Drop-In Coed Recreation

    Mondays @ 5:00 – 7:00 pm - Gym C Fridays @ 5:00 – 8:00 pm - Gym C

    Drop-In Coed Recreation

    Mondays @ 7:00 – 9:00 pm - Gym C

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    Campus Rec, U of T Intramurals, Development League (D-League) and UTM Varsity Eagles are not available for this sport.

  • Campus Rec

    Playing Dates: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 9:00 – 1:00 pm

    Players Required: 3 players and a goalie

    Fall League Entry Meeting Open: Tuesday, September 12 @ 11:00 am - Multi-purpose Room B

    Winter League Entry Meeting Open: Tuesday, January 9 @ 11:00 am - Multi-purpose Room B

    BALL HO

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