Official NADA rules will be observed with the following modifications
Rosters will be checked throughout the season for eligibility
Good sportsmanship is a requirement of all participants. Players and coaches are to conduct themselves properly at all times. The Intramural office reserves the right to suspend or disqualify individuals or groups for unsportsmanlike conduct. The team captain assumes full responsibility for the conduct of the team and spectators. Teams must have a cumulative 2.5 sportsmanship rating average in order to be eligible for the playoffs.
Summary of Dodge Ball Rules
2) Catching a ball being thrown by an opponent before it touches the ground.
Good sportsmanship is a requirement of all participants. Players and coaches are to conduct themselves properly at all time. The IM office reserves the right to suspend or disqualify individuals or groups for un-sportsman like conduct. The team captain assumes full responsibility for the conduct of the team and spectators. Un-sportsman like conduct includes activities but are not limited to an ethical, fair, honorable individual; it consists of acts of deceit, disrespect, or vulgarity and includes taunting.
Each team will receive a sportsmanship rating from the official(s) and/or supervisor at the conclusion of the game.
1) The officials will rate each team using the following guidelines:
4 (Excellent) – Maintains an excellent attitude of complete cooperation. Full and complete support of the officials, staff and supervisor.
3 (Above Average) – Given to a team when there is no incident of poor sportsmanship. Respect for opponents, officials, and staff.
2 (Average) – Given to a team that is beginning to show poor sportsmanship, disrespect towards officials, minor infractions are present. Poor behavior limited to individuals, not to entire team.
1 (Below Average) – Given to a team if players, other then the captain, persist in questioning officials decisions repeatedly or argue with the officials and staff. Frequent use of profane or vulgar language, players endangering the welfare of others, alcohol or drug use by players or spectators, spectators clearly related to the team fail to cooperate with the officials and staff.
0 (Poor) – Given to a team when players possess all the behaviors of a 1 rating. In addition they disregard warning of unnecessary roughness, un-sportsman like conduct, abusive language or action, Etc. Examples include fighting, bench clearings, ejected players for fighting, destructive or damage to IM property, no attempt of a team to control their fans and their interference in a game, striking an official or staff member.