Student Programming

intramurals intramurals
Welcome to Goggin Ice Center Student Programming. There are many opportunities to enjoy ICE activities and you can even earn 2 academic credits by taking one of the SLM classes.

Opportunity awaits at the Goggin Ice Center for students of all interests and skill levels. Along with one of the largest ice intramural programs in the country, Goggin offers KNH classes, Moonlight Skating, and opportunities for special events and student organization fundraisers. Recent highlights include Skate-in Movies, Relay for Life, and Geeks on Ice.

Intramural Ice Sports

Get involved with one of the largest ice intramural programs in the country! Were you one of the over 5,300 students, faculty/staff, and community members who participated last year or is this the year you start? We offer broomball and hockey leagues for all skill levels and open curling leagues. Broomball is similar to hockey but uses a non-traditional “broom” for a stick, shoes in place of skates, and a ball instead of a puck. Special broomball shoes (rental pairs available) may be used to gain better traction on the ice.

Also, keep on the lookout for other special events and tournaments throughout the year.

Miami University students, faculty, and staff are all invited to participate. Get your teams together NOW!

Register here

Registration Dates


  • Thursday, August 24 - Friday, September 8, 2023


  • Monday, November 14, 2023 - Friday Feb 2, 2024


  • Ice Hockey:
    • Beginner/Basic: For teams that have little or no experience playing the game.
      • Anyone having organized hockey experience may be removed from the league without warning or refund.
    • Intermediate: For teams whose players have played before but with lower level or no experience playing organized hockey.
    • Advanced: For teams whose players have played competitive or lower levels of amateur hockey.
    • Elite: Upper level hockey players who have played a high level of amateur hockey (AAA, AA, Juniors) or other top level high school play.

Note: Players can only play on one team. No team's players should exceed the level.

  • Broomball
    • Beginner Co-Rec: Available for new players (Players can stay in beginner league for up to two seasons).
    • Recreational Co-Rec: Available for intermediate to lower skill level players.
    • Men’s: Available for all skill levels.
    • Women’s: Available for all skill levels.

Note: Players can only play on one team within Co-Rec leagues. Players can play in a Co-Rec league and a Men's or Women's league.

SLM Courses

Earn two academic credit hours and gain over 23 hours of ice time by taking a Sports Leadership and Management (SLM) class as a part of the Physical Activity and Life Skills (PALS) program. Check Bannerweb to view available classes.

Ice Skating

  • Basic - no prerequisite: learn basic ice skating skills to feel comfortable skating on the ice
  • Intermediate - completed Basic Ice Skating and/or instructor permission
  • Advanced - completed Intermediate Ice Skating and/or instructor permission

Ice Hockey

  • Basic - no prerequisite
  • Advanced - completed Basic Ice Hockey and/or instructor permission


  • No prerequisite
  • Learn the skills needed to play broomball, one of Miami’s most popular sports.
  • Taught in a format incorporating instruction, drills, and various games.