The former Tri-Campus Intramural program has been replaced with the Development Leagues (D-Leagues). As an extension of the Varsity Program at UTM, our student athletes can tryout for our D-League teams and take their game to the next level.
If you are looking to compete at a high level and but may not have the time to fully commit to our full OCAA varsity teams, then the D-Leagues are for you!
The D-Leagues are U of T's highest level of sport competition below Varsity. These leagues are meant to give participants a near varsity experience with training and possible development towards future varsity competition.
Each UTM Development League team will have coaches, practices, and home and away league games. In addition to league games, our D-League teams will go to OCAA extramural tournaments and/or compete in OCAA Varsity tournaments and exhibition games where possible.
The St. George Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education will offer Development Leagues for:
- Men's Ice Hockey (non-contact)
- Men's Volleyball
- Men's Outdoor Soccer
- Women's Outdoor Soccer
- Men's Indoor Soccer
- Women's Indoor Soccer
- Women's Volleyball
- Women's Basketball
Schedule? Each of the D-Leagues are comprised of four teams. One team from both UTM and UTSC and two teams that will represent the St. George Campus. On average teams will have one practice and one game per week.
Who is eligible? There will be tryouts for these Development teams. UTM D-League teams are open to both full and part-time students. Grad students are also encouraged to try-out. If you are a Grad student who has used up all of your years of Varsity Eligibility, you are still eligible to compete on our D-League teams.
Previous playing experience in the sport is required for all D-League teams. Searching for more recreational sports? The UTM Campus Rec and U of T Intramural programs can offer student athletes these sport and rec opportunities.
For More info on our Development League program, Contact Jack Krist, Varsity Program Administrator for the Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation at 905-569-4607.