Racquetball


What is required to play racquetball?

  1. Membership in HHS or SRC facilities. HHS membership is included when a SRC membership is purchased.


  2. All users of the ISU racquetball courts are required to sign an Acknowledgement, Recognition, and Waiver Form.


  3. To secure a court, individuals must check in with the racquetball court supervisor and show their ISU Sycamore ID card for a court assignment. All courts are limited to a maximum of one hour of play. Court assignments change every hour.


  4. Players must furnish their own equipment. Shoes, racquets, goggles, and balls must comply with the equipment specifications:


    • Court shoes or any other shoe that would leave dark marks on the floor will not be allowed on the courts.


    • Bare feet and street shoes will not be allowed in the courts.


    • Only AARA approved racquetballs will be accepted for use in the courts.


    • All racquets must have a protective bumper and wrist (safety) strap.


    • Lens eye wear is required to play racquetball and handball. Lens eye wear designed for racquet sports is required apparel for all players including players who require corrective eye wear. Approved over glasses are required for players wearing corrective glasses. The protective eye wear must be worn as designed and may not be altered. The protective eye wear must be on the American Amateur Racquetball Association's approved list available in the Office of Recreational Sports.

Violation and Penalties

Players who are in violation of the eye wear policy will be asked to stop play and leave the court immediately:

  1. First time offenders will lose their privilege of using the courts for one week.
  2. Second time offenders will lose their privilege of using the courts for one month.
  3. Third time offenders will lose their privilege of using the courts for one year.

How do I reserve a court?

Courts may be reserved in the Office of Recreational Sports, in the SRC or by calling
237-4099

Warning

Racquetball/Handball are very strenuous physical activities. The potential exists for players to suffer serious injury or illness as a result of play. Participants may play at their own risk!

This is a modified version of the Racquetball Court Use Policies and Procedures document which is available in the Office of Recreational Sports.

 

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