Intramural in a sentence as an adjective

If you like playing sports, join an intramural sports team.

Those 'intramural' programs for casual sportsmen are great.

I know MIT has lots of intramural sports, where the focus is on healthy recreation for students.

Note his dismissive term for it: a "intramural argument".

Go on backpacking trips or play intramural lacrosse or whatever.

I decided against it due to it being barely more than an intramural sport at the collegiate level and the huge time commitment.

Yes, I believe the terms are intramural and intermural leagues for ordinary students.

I played intramural sports and enjoyed it, because nobody pretended that it mattered.

Take an internship, join Habitat for Humanity, get into a running club, or do some type of intramural sport...whatever you're interested in.

I was talking about the top-tier Division 1 schools, mostly because I can't see anybody having a problem with intramural or Division 3 sports.

At almost any university, any student who's not skilled enough or dedicated enough for the varsity teams can join intramural or club sport teams.

In basketball, for instance, the difference is even greater because height makes a big difference -- in fact, D1 women's basketball programs apparently bring in men who are semi-serious intramural basketball players to get better competition in practice.

Intramural definitions


carried on within the bounds of an institution or community; "most of the students participated actively in the college's intramural sports program"