Intramural Sports

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BCTC Intramural Sports is an evolving component of the college. Students, faculty and staff, both male and female, have opportunities to participate in organized recreational sports in a fun and safe atmosphere. BCTC offers soccer, volleyball, flag football and basketball. Intramural Sports promote student participation, fun, healthy recreational competition and sportsmanship.

Why Participate in Intramural Sports?

  • Get involved with campus life
  • Diversify your social connections
  • Get physically active and have fun

How Do Student Feel About Intramural Sports?

  • It's not a league that is all about winning. It is more about bonding and playing together whether winning or losing is the outcome.
  • I got to play against friends and make new friends that I would have never met if it wasn't for this opportunity. It was a good experience.
  • It gives us students not only something besides school to look forward to during the week, but also an outlet.
  • I appreciate all that the league has done for me socially. I had a great time this year.

What Sports are Offered?

Soccer, volleyball and flag football get underway after classes start in the fall, and are played on the Cooper campus fields adjacent to Cooper Drive. Basketball season starts after spring classes get started and games are played at the Kentucky Basketball Academy, a five court facility locate 3.7 miles from the Cooper campus. All participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from the games.

Sport Season

Start Time

Game Site Game Days Team Size
Soccer Fall (Sept- Oct)
5 Weeks & Play-offs
5:30 pm Cooper Campus Field Wednesdays 5-8
Volleyball Fall (Sept- Oct)
5 Weeks & Play-offs
5:30 pm Cooper Campus Field Wednesdays 5-8
Flag Football Fall (Oct- Nov)
5 Weeks & Play-offs
5:30 pm Cooper Campus Field Wednesdays 7-8
Basketball Spring (Jan- April)
8-10 Weeks & Play-offs
9:30 pm

Kentucky Basketball Academy

Tuesdays 8-9

Who is Eligible to Participate?

Current BCTC part-time and full-time students, faculty/staff, both male and female, are eligible to participate in BCTC Intramural Sports. UK Students are also welcomed to participate. All participants must complete the registration process prior to participation.

What is the Skill Level of the Participants?

Skill levels vary and range from novice to experienced. All levels are welcomed.

How Are Teams Made?

Participants have the option to form their own team, join a team or be placed on a team by the Intramural Director as a free agent. BCTC Intramural sports are co-recreational, meaning either male or females may join. If there are adequate participant numbers to field both male and female teams and/or leagues, such may occur.

How Do I Register?

Submit a completed Intramural Participant Registration Form and include:

  • Copy of current BCTC class schedule or BCTC student/employee ID
  • Participation donation fee: $5 (soccer, volleyball or flag football) and $15 (basketball)

How do I Connect with BCTC Intramural Sports for Information Updates?

Sign up for BCTC Intramurals one-way messaging ( to receive information and updates right on your phone.

  1. Open your mobile browser and go to the link for the sport you want to stay updated with.
  2. Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind.
  3. Download the app.

If you don't have a mobile phone, the same link can be used on a desktop computer to sign up for email notifications.

  • - Intramural Sports overall
  • – Flag Football
  • – Volleyball
  • – Basketball
  • – Soccer

Text notifications are also available if the app isn't for you. Text the appropriate code, beginning with @, to 81010 or (859) 963-2445.

  • @bctcis – Intramural Sports
  • @bctcfb – Flag Football
  • @bctcvb – Volleyball
  • @bctcbb – Basketball
  • @bctcsoccer – Soccer

**Additional information about the Basketball league schedule and results can be located at: Kentucky Basketball Academy or by downloading the free KBA'S SPORTS APP at either:

Apple App StoreGoogle Play Store

How do I Access Intramural Forms?

 *Intramural Sports forms are also available in 103J Oswald Building on the Cooper campus.


Donna LJ Murphy, Professor/Coordinator
103J Oswald Building - Cooper Campus | 859/246-6529  |