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Dr. Milton Muelder was instrumental in the creation of the Intramural Sports “Learn to Swim” program. Through his generosity he has taught thousands of area youth the lifelong skill of swimming. He continues to swim at IM Sports West almost daily.

Celebrating 101 Years of Exercise

Demonstration Hall is the former ice rink before Munn was built in 1974. The Morrill Act of 1862, which established MSU, also called for military instruction. It was at ‘Dem Hall’ that students received training for infantry, cavalry (there used to be a riding arena inside), and artillery. Its 15,725 square feet is now primarily used for:

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Roller Skating / Rollerblading Indoor Soccer Military Science MSU Marching Band Special Olympics

The 2009-2010 IM Handbook was produced by Rebecca Kegler and Jody Strank.

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IM Circle is located on West Circle Drive on the north side of the Red Cedar River. IM Circle was the original ‘Gymnasium’ on MSU’s campus built in 1918 and hosted J-Hops in the 50’s and 60’s. A large portion of Kinesiology classes are also held at IM Circle. It’s classic styling holds:    

2 Gyms 2 Dance Studios Aerobics Studio Volleyball

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Staff Offices at IM Circle Rick McNeil, Associate Director mcneilr@imsports.msu.edu Kathy Mullins, Secretary mullinsk@imsports.msu.edu

355-4710 432-1514

355-4712

Welcome to MSU

Badminton Indoor Pool Full Locker Rooms with rentable or day use lockers Equipment Office

Building Operations, Dem Hall, Dodgeball, Roller Hockey Thurs only, Secretary/Payroll Mgr

IM East

is located on the east side of campus providing over 55,000 ft2 of recreational space. It also supervises the 5+ acres of sports fields on the south / east side of the building including the Vet Med field, Munn, and the Service Road fields. Built in 1988, it was the site of the media center for the 1992 Presidential debates.

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4 Basketball Courts 8 Racquetball Courts / Walleyball Courts 2 Squash Courts Volleyball Indoor Running Track Fitness Center with Free Weights, Weight Machines, 30+ pieces of Cardio Equipment including treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary bikes, and stair climbers.

Staff Offices at IM East Denny Mayer, Associate Director mayerd@imsports.msu.edu Rebecca Kegler, Assistant Director kegler@imsports.msu.edu Jody Strank, Admin. Assistant strankj@imsports.msu.edu

353-3136 353-3136

353-3136

353-3136

Aerobics Studio / Multipurpose Room Locker Rooms Day Use Lockers (requires a quarter) Equipment Office Outdoor Areas 2 Basketball Courts 2 Sand Volleyball Courts Soccer Fields Softball Diamonds Touch Football Fields

Building Operations, Ice Hockey, Golf Group Exercise, Personal Training

Lou Anna K. Simon 20th President of Michigan State University

MSU Board of Trustees Joel I. Ferguson, Chairperson

Kim Wilcox Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Melanie Foster, Vice Chairperson Dianne Byrum Colleen M. McNamara

The Michigan State University IDEA is Institutional Diversity Excellence in Action

Donald W. Nugent Faylene Owen George Perles

Administrative and Supply Secretary

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Diann Woodard

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Dr. Muelder’s 101st Birthday ……………………… 2 Welcome ……………………………………………. 3 Mission Statement …………………………………. 4 A Word from the Staff ……………………………… 5 Club Sports …………………………………………. 6 IM Competition and Rules ………………………… 8 Self Defense for Women …………………………. 8 Student Employment …………………………….… 10 Dr. Frank Beeman Scholarship ………………….. 1 1 Fitness Center, Group Exercise, and Pool Fees.. 11 Intramural Sports and League Fees ……………. 12 IM Sports Winners Photo Gallery …….… 14-17, 20-27 Yesterday’s Sports ……………………………….. 18 Referees Page ……………………………………. 19 Michigan Disability Sports Alliance ………………. 25 Intramural Sports Facilities Sailing Center ………………………………….... 28 IM West ……………...…………………………... 29 IM Circle and IM East …………………………. 30 Demonstration Hall …………………………….. 31

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The Intramural Sports and Recreative Services department conducts and supervises a safe, supportive, active environment that is responsive to the MSU community’s diverse recreative needs. Collaborative efforts are continually developed in order to enhance excellence in leadership development, employment possibilities, indoor and outdoor facility management, and programmatic opportunities including health and fitness, competitive and informal sports, sports clubs and special activities.

Intramural Facilities are shared by Intramural Sports, Varsity Sports, Club Sports, the Kinesiology Department, athletics, and student events. As all share, we each take responsibility in maintaining our facilities. Scheduling is a challenge so please respect all participants and their quests for fitness, exercise, and facility usage. Facility hours change according to the academic calendar, campus busyness, and activities scheduled. Please visit our website for the most accurate information.

IM WEST    

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is the largest of the four on-campus intramural facilities with a total recreative space of 175,000 square feet. Opened in 1959 it was originally The Men’s Intramural Building. Today it houses:

All Purpose Turf Arena (Indoor Tennis, Softball, etc.) 3 Squash Courts 10 Racquetball Courts

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Wrestling Room

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Equipment Office

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Indoor 25-meter Pool

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13,000 ft Fitness Center with Free Weights, Weight Machines, and over 50 pieces of Cardio Equipment including treadmills, elliptical trainers, stationary bikes, stair climbers, rowers 7 Basketball Courts 8 Volleyball Courts 6 Badminton Courts

Group Cycling / Aerobics Studio Full Locker Rooms with rentable or day use lockers Outdoor 50-meter Pool (seasonal) Combat Room (Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Self Defense, Judo, etc.)

Staff Offices at IM West

355-5250

Dr. Larry Sierra, Director sierral@imsports.msu.edu

355-5250

Director of IM Sports and Recreative Services

Joy Wolfe, Secretary wolfejo@imsports.msu.edu

355-5257

Director's Staff Support

Johnny Allen, Assistant Director allenj@imsports.msu.edu

432-4338

Football, Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling, Softball

Joel Eddy, Associate Director eddy@imsports.msu.edu

432-1479

Building Operations, Gym Rental

Brian Fickies, Assistant Director fickies@imsports.msu.edu

432-1475

Indoor & Outdoor Pools, Lifeguard Staff, Swim Lessons, IM Swimming / Diving, InnerTube Water Polo

Denise Lumbert lumbert@imsports.msu.edu

355-5250

Stores Service Asst. II

Angela Michael, Assistant Director alm@imsports.msu.edu

432-2661

Club Sports, Volleyball, Self Defense for Women

Kathy Mullins mullinsk@imsports.msu.edu

432-1514

Payroll Secretary

Patty Oehmke, Associate Director oehmkep@imsports.msu.edu

432-1477

Fitness Center Desk Supervisor, Personal Training

Jim Renuk, IM Sports Coordinator jmrenuk@imsports.msu.edu

355-5250

Special Populations

Ken Warshaw, Sports Facility Professional warshaw@imsports.msu.edu

353-5108

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Experience the exciting world of sailing at the MSU Sailing Center on Lake Lansing. Learn to Sail classes for adults and youth are available June through September. If you already know how to sail, we offer weekly, monthly, and seasonal memberships that include free use of various fleet boats.

Hours of Operation WEATHER PERMITTING Joel Eddy Assoc. Director, IM West

MAY — AUGUST

Dr. Lawrence Sierra Director

Monday thru Friday 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

As avid recreational sailors and long time supporters of MSU, Dean and Kathy Franklin have generously donated money to create a partnership with Intramural Sports allowing MSU students of all backgrounds the opportunity to learn to sail.

Dr. Patty Oehmke Assoc. Director, IM West

Dennis Mayer Assoc. Director, IM East

Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

SEPTEMBER Monday thru Friday 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Intramural Sports is pleased to continue the Dean and Kathy Franklin Learn-to-Sail Scholarship available at the start of fall semester on a first come first served basis. Several students have already benefitted from this opportunity and we are thrilled that it will be extended into the future.

J Brian Fickies Asst. Director, IM West

Angela Michael Asst. Director, IM West

Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Joy Wolfe Director’s Secretary IM West

Johnny Allen Asst. Director, IM West

Rebecca Kegler Asst. Director, IM East

Located at 5918 Shaw St. on Lake Lansing Just south of the public beach Call the Sailing Center at (517) 339-8269

Open Sailing Memberships Weekly Pass (7 consec. days)

Canoe Rental: $8 per hour includes life jackets, paddles, etc.

Dr. Rick McNeil Assoc. Director, IM Circle

Student Faculty/Staff $35.00

$40.00

Ken Warshaw Sports Facility Professional

Alumni

General Public

$45.00

$50.00

Monthly Pass (30 consec. days) $50.00 $60.00 $70.00 $80.00 Full Season $100.00 $130.00 $145.00 $160.00 Sailing Classes $100.00 $110.00 $130.00 $150.00 *Family Memberships: Add family to your membership for only $20 per person.. *Guests: Members may purchase a guest pass for $10 per person. *Some Restrictions may apply.

Call for Information about Kayak Quick Start Program and DEMO DAYS

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Denise Lumbert Stores Service Asst. II IM West

Kathy Mullins Secretary-Payroll Mgr IM West & Circle

The Intramural Sports and Recreative Services Department makes it a priority to provide a safe, comprehensive sport and leisure program for the students, faculty and staff at Michigan State University. Each year presents new challenges to meet the diverse needs of our 46,000+ students and the 10,000+ faculty and staff who participate in our Intramural Sports and Sport Club programs. Through the support of the Division of Student Affairs and alumni donations, our aim is to make your intramural experience a lifetime memory of fun and health. 5

James Renuk Coordinator, IM West

Jody Strank Secretary II, IM East

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Backdoor Bandits Co-Rec Sand VB Runner-Up

Team Voldemort Men’s Open Sand VB Runner-Up

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Team Cheech Men’s Open Sand VB Champion

To obtain more information please view the Sports Club Handbook on www.imsports.msu.edu

Pompon—2008 High Kick Champions

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Sailing Club 1st Place Liberal Arts Regatta at Wittenburg University

Women’s Rugby

Ultimate Frisbee

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Fall Co-Rec Sand VB Champion

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The Sport Club Program is designed for students who have interests and/or skills in sports not routinely offered at Michigan State. When possible, these interests may be explored and established as a club sport in which students take the lead in organizing, managing, and promoting the club. Club sports will receive administrative guidance and in some cases equipment and facility usage from the Intramural Sports and Recreative Services department. Participation is completely voluntary and therefore can be purely recreative or a chance to perfect a skill with the intent of travel and competition. Visit the Intramural Sports website and click on the Club Sports link, then email the specified contact person. Don’t find your sport? Start a Club!

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John Schultz and Bryan Schultz Champions

How to Form a Club Sport  Have at least 10 members or the minimum number of players to field a team  Become a Registered Student Organization (This is a MUST!) www.studentlife.msu.edu  Formally apply to the Intramural Sports & Recreative Services sponsored Sport Club Program

Men’s Water Polo National Champions

Best Ball Tournament

Women’s Lacrosse

Aikido Alpine Ski and Snowboard Archery Badminton Baseball Why should YOU Breakdance join a Club Sport? Cheerleading Crew Learn a new Sport Cricket Meet new friends Cycling Facility privileges Leadership & Management Opportunities Disc Golf Travel experience to other Universities Dodgeball A great way to stay fit! Fencing Field Hockey

Figure Skating Men & Women's Ice Hockey Judo Karate Kendo Men & Women's Lacrosse Marksmanship Outdoors Club Pompon Roller Hockey Men & Women's Rugby Running Sailing

Scuba Self-Defense Men & Women’s Soccer Softball - Women's Fast Pitch Spartan Ski Table Tennis Tae Kwon Do Tennis Triathlon Men’s & Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Underwater Hockey Men’s & Women’s Volleyball Men’s & Women’s Water Polo Water Ski

Best Ball Prize Winners Hole #13 - Longest Put - Andrew Michalak Hole #9 - Closest to the Pin - Bryan Schultz Hole #6 - Longest Drive - John Schultz

Cheerleading National Championships Daytona, Florida 11th Place

Cycling Club

Running Club DeWitt Trail Run

Spring ‘09 Two Person Scramble Lowest Scores Schultz—Schultz Sims—Graham Bell—Irrer

82 83 85

Champions Andy Brace and Ben Black Runner-Ups Richard Allen and Chris Kozerski

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IM Sports Competition & Rules League Competition on a Non-Varsity Level Individual, dual, and team sports are offered each semester. Play can be competitive or choose a non-competitive league where there are no playoffs – just a whole lot of fun. Leagues and Teams can include:

 Residence Hall Leagues (All students from one RH)  Greek Leagues (All Students from one Fraternity / Sorority)

 Independent Leagues (Any MSU student regardless     

of residence) Non-Competitive League (no playoffs) Men’s Teams Women’s Teams Co-Rec Teams Graduate Student / Faculty Teams

Team Entry Procedure / Individual Sport Procedure

 All members of a team must be current student, faculty, or staff.  A representative must attend the team manager’s meeting to obtain rules, guidelines, procedures, and the entry card.  Individual students who wish to play on a team should attend the manager’s meeting. Teams may be looking for additional

The Michigan Victory Games began in 1976 in Detroit traveling to colleges and universities around Michigan over the following years. MSU hosted the National Games in 1986 because of, “An ongoing sensitivity to the needs of students with handicapping characteristics making Michigan State University one of the most accessible campuses in the country,” according to the Michigan Disability Sports Alliance (MiDSA) archives.

players or a team can be formed of individuals. Students who do not find a team at this time may sign up on a ”wanted” list.

 To participate in individual and dual sports, students should go to the main office of the IM East or IM West to pick up entry forms and general information. Unless specified, a meeting is not required prior to participation. Paid entry forms should be returned to the IM office before the stated deadline to assure inclusion.

Team Managers In general, the team manager’s responsibilities include:  Attending the Team Manager’s meeting(s) to obtain forms, rules, and team entry card(s).  Being responsible for correctly filling out the team entry card(s), payment of team fee(s), and submission of the team entry card to the IM Office.  Responsibility for notifying the IM Office / Director of any relevant information changes including contact phone numbers.  Being familiar with the eligibility rules and communicating to each player IM rules, guidelines, procedures, and team information including game schedule, re-scheduled games, and the consequences of an ineligible player on the team. Representing the team during the games or for

The events are designed for adult athletes with cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, survivors of strokes, and other related conditions. This year’s three-day event in May 2009 included Swimming, Bowling, Cross Country, Cycling/Handcycling, Powerlifting, Soft Discus, Table Tennis, and Field Events ending with The Big Dance, an evening of celebration. Hosting over 200 athletes and 250 volunteers, the wide variety of events gives those with special needs access to recreational and competitive sport options.

any official IM business.

Outdoor Field Safety Outdoor facilities including Munn, the Ralph Young Outdoor Track, IM East and Vet Med fields, the Duffy Daugherty football practice field, and the Outdoor Tennis facilities are equipped with a lightning detection system. If the system detects the possibility of a lightning strike, one 15 second blast of the horn will occur. All activities should cease and persons should seek shelter immediately. The ‘all clear’ signal is three shorts blasts of 5 seconds each. Play may resume at this time. During scheduled IM Sports activities, it is a requirement to comply with the system.

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Team Eligibility Rules

The spirit of the rules calls for their most careful consideration. They have been designed to protect the great number of intramural athletes and to ensure them ample opportunity to participate. It is important that all groups observe the rules equally so no one team gains an unfair advantage over others. Therefore, all participants of the competitive program are expected to know the eligibility rules which govern the specific activity and the consequences of an ineligible player for the team.

 All currently enrolled Michigan State students, faculty, and staff are eligible for

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Brooklyn Tasers - Division A Champion Chris Giles, Mgr.

The Gongers - Division AA Champion Jon Sitarski, Mgr

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125-140 Weight Class Jay Fleishmann - Champion Tim Kuennen - Runner-Up

190+ Heavy Weight Class Tyler Berens - Champion Justin Reyna - Runner-Up

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participation in the IM competitive programs.  Spouses are eligible to participate in only the non-playoff leagues during the academic year (September through May), but may play in any league during the summer session. Both the MSU affiliate and the spouse must play for the same team. The spouse must have a valid university issued spouse ID card which includes a picture. Women are not eligible for men’s independent playoff teams or vice versa with the exception of soccer and ice hockey. No more than two members of the opposite sex may be on the field of play at one time. Women may play for a men’s non-competitive team. MSU Alumni are not eligible to play on IM teams. MSU College of Law students are eligible to play however Cooley Law students are not eligible. The PENALTY for a team using an ineligible player (with intent or not): Team shall lose all contests in which the ineligible person played if the violation is detected (through protest or by officials) before league playoffs begin. If detected during playoffs, the team shall lose only the game in which the player is detected. The win will be awarded to the team that originally lost the game and that team will automatically advance. Managers allowing violations of any eligibility rules may, themselves, be suspended from participation in any capacity at the Intramural Director’s discretion.

Sportsmanship / Conduct

Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated.

 Use of harassing language or other behavior that relates to a person’s race, age, sexual orientation, creed, ethnic origin, disability, or political persuasion is not acceptable.

 Anyone physically or verbally abusing an intramural official will be immediately suspended from further play.

 In instances where officials or players are threatened or physically abused by spectators, teams 175-190 Weight Class Sam Inglot - Champion Dan Tepe - Runner-Up

150-170 Weight Class Mark Kehoe - Champion Craig Waldie - Runner-Up

identified with the spectators may be suspended indefinitely.  Intramural professional staff and student supervisors have the authority and responsibility to penalize, disqualify, and/or eject players engaging in such behaviors if warranted.  Participants or spectators ejected from a game are encouraged to meet with the supervising IM Director. At that time, the director will determine the duration of the suspension.  For more specific information on who is eligible to play, team managers are advised to read the Eligibility Guidelines for IM Competition on our website www.imsports.msu.edu. Questions may also be directed to the IM Director in charge of the sport.

Alcohol or Illegal Substances

It is university policy that alcoholic beverages or other illegal substances not be consumed on university recreative areas - indoor and outdoor space alike. Team managers must take responsibility to see that neither players nor spectators carry alcoholic beverages to the facilities. IM Supervisors have the authority to remove participants or forfeit games if substance abuse problems occur.

Health Concerns

WATER

POLO

Like Whoa! Innertube Water Polo Champion

Dorsal Fins Innertube Water Polo Runner-Up

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IM Sports and Recreative Services is concerned with the protection of all participants from injury and infections. Every effort is made to assure the safety and well being of all; this may require the closing of an activity area, stopping a game, or the testing of skills to demonstrate knowledge and abilities. During these times, we ask for your understanding and cooperation; it is, after all, in your best interest that such precautions are taken.  Participants should be aware that medical costs incurred by participants must be covered by per sonal insurance. Students not covered by their family’s policy are eligible to purchase the MSU Student Health Insurance Plan.  Students wearing glasses should use protective guards or wear special athletic glasses, especially for racquetball.  Students who must wear knee braces or other protective gear must have any exposed metal covered with a soft wrap so as to not pose a risk to other participants.  Any injury that shows bleeding must be covered completely or the injured party removed from competition.  Follow posted safety rules and cooperate with IM personnel when emergency situations exist or are suspected.

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A safe environment is important to MSU, but the reality is that the risk of harm still remains. To help prepare women, the department offers two different self defense workshops absolutely free. Workshops are regularly scheduled in IM facilities and can be held in residence halls and sorority houses by request. Designed for women, men may attend with the full understanding that this is a serious issue. For more information, contact Angela Michael (517) 432-2661.

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The Level 1 Workshop Avoiding victim-like behavior Developing verbal and nonverbal communication for confrontation and de-escalation

Utilizing basic self defense skills The Level 2 Workshop (after attending Level 1) How to handle an armed attacker Learn new physical techniques and practice full force strikes into

The department’s greatest need is for sports officials. With more than 2,000 games scheduled yearly, student officials play an important role. While previous officiating experience is an advantage (and previously playing the sport is essential), it’s not required - training will be provided. Just call the IM Sports facility nearest you for available positions.

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Bad Medicine - Men’s 3B Champion Mounties Women’s Runner-Up

Employment for dependable students is available! Building Supervisors Sports Supervisors Officials (many sports) Lifeguards Swim Instructors Work Study Positions Equipment Issue Room Attendants Overnight Event Monitors Sport Photographer Aerobics Instructors Yoga / Pilates Instructors Group Cycling Instructors Personal Trainers

Armstronger Women’s Champion

padded bags.

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Soccer Supervisors

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Dr Procto Wetness Men's Independent Champion

Sigma Nu Fraternity Champion

Old School Co-Rec Champion

Great White Hype Co-Rec Runner-Up

Pikes Fraternity Runner-Up

MSU Comm Grad-Faculty Runner-Up

Frank Beeman graduated from Michigan State University in 1943 with a degree in Physical Education and earned a varsity letter as a member of the MSU Tennis Team. He served in the Army during World War II as a paratrooper then returned to MSU as a physical education instructor and men’s tennis coach in 1947. Under Biggie Munn, he was asked in 1948 to direct the Intramural Sports program. By 1951 Coach Beeman’s Men’s Tennis Team won the Big Ten Championship, the first team at Michigan State to do so. He was instrumental in the planning and opening of the Men’s Intramural Building (later named IM Sports West) in 1959. Dr. Beeman instituted the first Master’s Degree program in Intramural Administration in the nation, a true pioneer in the field of Intramural Sports and Recreative Services. Frank sent more then 50 graduate students into the field of recreation throughout his tenure. His legacy lives on throughout the nation in the intramural programs that his graduates continue to operate. He always maintained an open door policy symbolized by the oversized doorway into the main office area. After 40 years of service to MSU, Dr. Beeman retired in 1987.

The Frank Beeman Scholarship is a $ 500 award given annually in honor of Director Emeritus Dr. Harris Frank Beeman. To be considered for the award a candidate must be at least a junior in academic standing with a 3.00+ cumulative minimum GPA and have completed two years of service as an Intramural Sports department student employee. For more information and to apply, please contact Dr. Rick McNeil, 102 IM Sports Circle.

Old School Women's Runner-Up

Manginos Residence Hall Runner-Up 22

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Triple Threat Residence Hall Champion CCG Women's Champion

Grumpy Old Men Grad-Faculty Champion

The Squad Men's Independent Runner-Up

The Beeman Scholar-

Jackie Dunayevich is a 2005 graduate from North Farmington High School. She is majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science – Health Studies and will be attending Nursing school at Villanova University in May 2010. Jackie has been working at IM East and IM West since her freshman year as an aerobics instructor.

Katie Clark is a 2005 graduate of Western High School in Jackson, Michigan. She is a Supply Chain Management major with a specialization in International Business. She plans to pursue a Masters Degree in College Student Affairs after she graduates in December of 2009. Katie has worked for Intramural Sports for four years.

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Daily (FC, Gr Ex) 1 Semester FC FC, Gr Ex, Pool Gr Ex only

Students

Faculty/Staff

Alumni

$3.00

$3.00

$7.00

$80.00 $120.00 $60.00

$95.00 $135.00 $65.00

$195.00

Champion Zach Church Runner-Up William Rogers-Snodgrass

Champion Robert Luke Runner-Up Dave Bennet

FC - Fitness Center; Gr Ex - Group Exercise

Champion Andrea Mason Runner-Up Lisa Koch

50 Back 50 Breast

2 Semester FC FC, Gr Ex, Pool Gr Ex only

$150.00 $225.00 $105.00

$175.00 $240.00 $115.00

$360.00

3 Semester FC FC, Gr Ex, Pool Gr Ex only

$170.00 $250.00 n/a

$205.00 $275.00 n/a

$450.00 Champion Kelsey Lincoln Runner-Up Kim Aung

NOTE: Semesters must be back to back.

Champion Lindsey Legacki Runner-Up Carly Robinson

Champion Robert Luke Runner-Up Tom Spoto

Fees are NOT Transferable; Refunds are prorated. Outdoor Pool Open May - Mid-October weather permitting. Alumni must purchase $10 picture ID at time of first purchase.

PERSONAL TRAINING

Fitness Assessment Pers Tr - 1 Hour Pers Tr—5 Hr Pkg

Student, Spouse of Student

Faculty/Staff, Spouse of Faculty/Staff

$30.00

$40.00

$30.00 $125.00

$40.00 $175.00

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LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM—Youth and Adults

Level VI

1 Day / Wk

Level VI

2 Days / Wk

Adult Lessons

General Public $52.00 $74.00 $148.00 $52.00

NOTES: An MSU Affiliate is a current MSU student including spouse and/or child, Faculty/Staff including spouse and/or child, or Alumnus including spouse and/or child.

OUTDOOR POOL - SUMMER ONLY 1 Day Adult 1 Day Child—Teen 1 Day Guest (16+) Monthly Adult Pass Seasonal Adult Pass Seasonal Child-Teen

Student $1.00

Faculty/Staff $2.00

Alumni $4.00

Public $5.00

$1.00 $3.00

$2.00 $3.00

$3.00 $4.00

$3.00 $5.00

$20.00 $30.00 $38.00 $47.00 $30.00 $50.00 $90.00 $120.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $30.00 NOTES: Ages 0-15 must be accompanied by a legal parent/guardian. 12

Champion Jon Lessard Runner-Up Pat Berg

1-Meter Diving Champion Travis Gordon Runner-Up Aaron Scwartz-

Levels I - V

MSU Affiliates $40.00 $60.00 $120.00 $40.00

Champion Kim Aung Runner-Up Dana Robinson

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Champion Zach Church Runner-Up Tim Meturic

Champion Dale Zielke Runner-Up Tom Spoto

100 Free

1-Meter Diving

Champion Jenny Korn Runner-Up Emily Regan

Champion Jon Lessard Runner-Up Todd Kennedy

Champion Rainbow Runner-Up The Retirees

Medley Relay

Champion MSU Water Polo Runner-Up Lifeguards

200 Free Relay

Champion The Retirees Runner-Up Rainbow

Champion Andrea Mason Runner-Up Lauren Gamble

Champion Jen Salem

Champion MSU Water Polo Runner-Up Lifeguards

Champion Jenny Korn Runner-Up Lindsey Legacki

200 Free

50 Free

Sport Badminton - Singles/Doubles Basketball Basketball - 3 on 3 Dodgeball Football - Touch Golf - 2 Person Scramble Golf - Best Ball Hockey - Ice Hockey - Roller Innertube Water Polo Lacrosse Soccer - Indoor Soccer - Outdoor Softball - Summer Softball - Spring Swimming / Diving Tennis - Singles/Doubles Volleyball Volleyball - Sand Walleyball Wrestling

Fee Season $3 ea person $60.00 $35.00 $35.00 $60.00 $3 ea person $3 ea person $235.00 $100.00 $60.00 $60.00 $85.00 $60.00 $60.00 $30.00 $3 ea person $3 ea person $60.00 $30.00 $30.00 $3 ea person

Fall Spring Fall Fall Fall Fall, Spring Fall, Summer Spring Fall Spring Spring Spring Fall Summer Spring Spring Fall, Spr, Summer Fall Fall, Summer Spring Spring

TO PARTICIPATE in IM SPORTS a valid MSU ID is

REQUIRED!!

To enter any Intramural Sports Building To rent or check out equipment To check out towels or locks / lockers To use or purchase Fitness Center or Group Exercise passes To participate in IM sports leagues or activities

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Safe Sets Spring Co-Rec Champion

Ramrod Spring Co-Rec Runner Up

Women's Runner-Up

Women's Champion

Blockbusters

No 'F' in Talent Team Greggers Spring Mens' Runner-Up

Safe Sets Spring Men's Champion

Titans Men’s Runner-Up

PPTPW Women’s Runner-Up

Dr. Procto Men’s Champion

Smaller Ballers Women’s Champion

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SAE-A Fraternity Champion

1964 - Horseshoes Singles & Doubles

1980’s - Obstacle Course

Underdogs Men’s Independent Runner-Up

Men’s Floor Hockey

Lycra Body Suits

1960’s - Ladies Bowling

See You Next Tuesday Co-Rec Independent Runner-Up

Really Big Trophies

Boxing

SAE-B Fraternity Runner-Up

Spartanettes Skating Club

1970 Promenaders Folk Dance 4 No rt Men's h Res H all

1980’s - All Campus Track Meet 1976 - Turkey Trot

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Gymnastics Abusement Park Fall Co-Rec Runner-Up

1980’s - Aerobics in the Gym Signing up for Games

Really Big Hair

Roller Skating

The Old Munn Trailer

1964 - Paddleball 18

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Table Tennis Tournaments

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Kink Co-Rec Independent Runner-Up

Shadows of Death Co-Rec ResHall Champion

Sofa King Grad/Faculty/Staff Runner-Up

Lads and Lassies Co-Rec Independent Champion

Spartan.Com Grad/Faculty/Staff Champion

Terminators Men’s ResHall Runner-Up

Chess Club Men's ResHall Champion Dionysus Men's Independent Champion

Las Bellas Women’s Independent Runner-Up

Sparty's Crew Co-Rec ResHall Runner-Up

Dodgeball Legends Men's League Champion Kink Men's Independent Runner-Up

Hot Beaches Women’s Independent Champion

Sigma Nu Fraternity Runner-Up

Sigma Pi Fraternity Champion

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