From the IM Department: The Yale Intramural program provides an outlet for athletic competition for the Yale community. It is designed for maximum participation: one will find high school varsity athletes competing on the same team as PE dropouts. Teams are organized through the residential colleges, allowing any student to play any one of the 30 sports. While the goal of most athletes is to win the Tyng Cup, the award for excellence, the goals of the program stress the community of the residential colleges, the values of sportsmanship and fair play, and the lessons learned through competitive sports.

Intramural sports are organized around college life at Yale. Fall sports include touch football, soccer, golf, cross-country, lawn volleyball, tennis, and table tennis. Basketball, ice hockey, squash, volleyball, bowling, swimming, and inner tube water polo make up the winter offerings. Softball, ultimate frisbee, billiards, volleyball, golf, badminton, kickball, and soccer are played in the Spring. In each sport, the Colleges form a league and compete for a championship. At the beginning of each season the Intramural Secretaries and the captains hold organizational meetings that interested Saybrugians are urged to attend. Watch for the notices. Saybrook won the Tyng Cup in 1936, 1963, 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2002! In the 2008-2009 season, Saybrook claimed the championship in men’s football, men’s soccer, A hoops basketball, C hoops basketball, and coed billiards. In the 2009-2010 season, Saybrook won the Tyng Saucer for second place. Say what? Saybrook!

IM Secretaries

Rosamond Carr

Chad Cosse

Brett Gu


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