The Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports offers a wide variety of sports-related activities for Embry-Riddle students, faculty, and staff, and the Daytona Beach Campus features numerous well-maintained facilities for both intercollegiate and intramural sports.
This field was built to accommodate Embry-Riddle’s growing intramural softball program, which has about 25 teams competing. While built primarily as a regulation-sized softball field, it is large enough for flag football and soccer and features dugouts and an electronic scoreboard. The field is often used for kickball games and Ultimate Frisbee practice, and it is used by the radio-controlled model airplane club to fly their planes. Students, faculty, and staff can reserve this field by contacting the Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports in the ICI Center.
The Clyde Morris Multipurpose Fields are located at the south end of the University Sports Complex. This lighted area is the primary location for intercollegiate soccer team practices but is available for other uses upon request.
The Multipurpose Turf Field is a regulation field for soccer, lacrosse, and intramural sports. The lighted field features a Daktronics electronic scoreboard and has a standard soccer playing area of 120x70 yards. The field is used by the University’s sports clubs and organizations, along with the ROTC. Reservations for this field can be made at the Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports in the ICI Center.
This field is located west of Richard Petty Boulevard, across from the Student Village. The lighted, Bermuda grass facility is large enough to host three intramural games simultaneously, and each year it is used by 36-42 teams for fall flag football and spring soccer. It is the primary site for intramural flag football and soccer and has been used for Ultimate Frisbee tournaments and sorority sporting events. The Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports accepts requests for a limited number of special events.
This field, located just north of the Student Village, is an open recreation field used primarily by individuals and groups for soccer, flag football, open recreation, or intramural practices, with reservations though the Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports taking priority. It is the main playing space for rugby and cricket and is used by the Navy and Air Force for ROTC leadership labs.