1. Two Teams of Five:
The system governing informal full court basketball play begins automatically when the basketball court(s) becomes occupied by two teams of five participants playing full court basketball and there is a team of five participants present and ready for play (gym shoes) who have requested the next game.
2. First Come, First Served:
The first five waiting at the court will automatically have the next game. If less than five are waiting to play, members from the losing team or from another court's losing team or those waiting, may play. When the next game system is operative and a participating team's number of players drops below five, the remaining members may continue to play to the end of the 11-basket game with or without adding members to their team.
3. No Half Court:
No half court basketball if 10 participants are present and indicate they want to play full court.
4. Games to 11 Only:
At the time of the game, the two teams of five participants on the court will begin a game of eleven baskets. The first team to score eleven baskets, by one (e.g.:11-10) is the winner. At the completion of the 11-basket game, the losing team will give up the court and the challenging five will take their place. If, at the end of the game, one or more members of the winning team are unable to continue play, the remaining member(s) of the winning team, to hold the court, must fill their vacancies only from the members of the losing team. If they are unable to fill their vacancies from the members of the losing team, and there are two complete teams of five participants waiting and ready to play in next game order, the first two teams waiting have the right to the court.
5. Three Wins Only:
After a team wins three games in a row they must rotate out. The intent of the system governing informal full court basketball is to promote equal participation. It is hoped that the players will display their maturity in following the rules provided. Violation of the above system/procedures will result in disciplinary action.
UCSD Recreation defines a minor as anyone under the age of 18 years of age.
Minors under the age of 10 do not have to purchase Recreation Cards (but may be required to obtain Recreation cards, at no cost, in the future, for identification purposes).
Minors under the age of 10 may have Recreation privileges only when under the direct supervision of their parental Recreation Card Holder/Recreation Day Pass purchaser.
Minors ages 10-17 may have Recreation Privileges by purchasing a Junior Recreation Card if one of their parents is a Recreation Card holder.
Minors ages 10-17 may have Recreation Privileges by purchasing a Recreation day Pass if one of their parents is a Recreation Card Holder or purchases a Recreation Day Pass.
Junior Recreation Card Holders/Recreation Day Pass users may have Recreation privileges only when under the direct supervision of their parental Recreation Card Holder/Recreation Day Pass purchaser.
Recreation privileges for minors are limited to the following activities:
Tennis, racquetball, squash, handball--Direct parental supervision requires the parent to be in the court with the minor or have direct observation of the minor from outside the court. Parent and minor cannot be in/on two different courts at the same time.
Family Swim time at Canyonview Pool - Direct parental supervision requires the parent to be within 20 feet of the minor and have direct observation of the minor at all times.
The Squash court located at the Main Gym Complex currently does not have a reservation policy, it is first come, first served.
There is however, a priority use policy as listed below:
1. The first priority is for individuals wishing to use the court to play squash. All others not already playing squash must relinquish use of the court upon request by two (2) squash players ready to start play.
2. The second priority is for individuals wishing to use the court to play table tennis. All others not already playing squash or table tennis must relinquish use of the court upon request by two (2) table tennis players ready to start play.
3. The third priority is for individuals wishing to use the court for any other informal recreation purpose: stretching, martial arts practice, etc.
The time limit for court use shall be one hour from the time of arrival of the second duo of players for any activity.
If there are any questions about this policy, please contact Jennifer Gasner, email@example.com.
Thank you for your cooperation with this policy.
Thefts do occur in our facilities on occasion. Please take every precaution against being the victim of a theft by using a lock to secure your belongings while using the facilities.
UCSD Recreation assumes no responsibility for the loss or theft of any personal belongings.
All times posted for Informal Recreation are subject to change due to special events and facility maintenance needs.