The Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports provides a wide variety of intramural sports and sports-related activities that promote mental, social and physical well-being for students, faculty, staff and alumni at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus.
The Department of Intramural and Recreational Sports is housed within the ICI Center, a 50,000-square-foot facility that is the centerpiece for Campus Recreation, Athletics and University functions, such as graduation ceremonies, guest speakers and concerts.
The ICI Center is home to Embry-Riddle basketball and volleyball, as well as intramural activities, clubs and cheerleading. The multipurpose gymnasium features three basketball courts, three volleyball courts and three badminton courts.
A wide variety of activities, ranging from team sports to individual competition, is available to Embry-Riddle faculty, staff and currently enrolled students. The activities include but are not limited to flag football, volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, soccer, softball, table tennis and more! The Intramural and Recreational Sports Office is located in the ICI Center in Room 102. For more information, visit the Intramural and Recreational Sports site, or contact Camille Jackson at 386-226-6431 or at Camille.Jackson@erau.edu.
Embry-Riddle students, faculty, staff and alumni have access to the Eagle Fitness Center and Tine W. Davis Swimming Pool, additional tennis and basketball courts, sports fields with lights that can be used for soccer, softball, lacrosse and more.
Facilities are available to groups for rental reservations, with Athletics and intramural programming taking priority. To discuss rental availability, contact Woody Galbreath at 386-323-5059.
Students, faculty and staff can check out various items like tents, coolers, lawn games and sport equipment at no charge from the ICI Center front desk with a valid EagleCard.
The Intramural Sports and Recreation Department also offers discount theme park tickets to major theme parks and area attractions. For more information, call 386-226-6530.