Campus Recreation
Markin Center 120
(309) 677-2677

 

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Pool Status

Sunday 12pm-6pm
Monday 7a-8a, 10:30a-1p,5p-9p
Tuesday 7a-8a, 10:30a-1p,5p-9p
Wednesday 7a-8a, 10:30a-1p,5p-9p
Thursday 7a-8a, 10:30a-1p,5p-9p 
Friday 7a-8a, 10:30a-1p,5p-9p
Saturday 12pm-6pm

Meinen Field

Meinen Field is temporarily closed this winter.  It will re-open in the spring at a time yet to be determined (weather contingent). 

Tennis Courts

The Tennis Courts are temporarily closed this winter. They will re-open in the spring at a time yet to be determined (weather contingent). 

Intramural Sports

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Bradley University Campus Recreation offers over 30 different intramural sports for students with all levels of experience. Intramural sports provide the platform for students to have fun in a competitive or recreational setting while playing against their peers. Both team and individual competition are offered depending on the sport, with some sports consisting of month-long competition, while others entail one-day or two-day tournaments.

Some of our most popular sports are flag football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball, which are typically divided into six different leagues:

  • CoRec: men and women playing together
  • Men’s A: most competitive level of male intramural sports offered
  • Men’s B: intermediate/recreational level of competition
  • Men’s C: ultimate recreational level where the majority of students have never previously played the sport
  • Women’s A: most competitive level of female intramural sports offered
  • Women’s B: casual, recreational level played for fun

Please visit www.imleagues.com/bradley to see the full schedule of sports and events!!

If you are interested in student employment as an intramural official or scorekeeper, please send an email to Scott Wood at swood@bradley.edu

Any additional questions can be answered by visiting the Campus Recreation Offices in Markin 120 or by calling 309-677-2677.

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