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Multiple Intramurals Close Fall Season


Wendlandt is a senior radio/TV production major and can be reached at michael.wendlandt@drake.edu

Wendlandt is a senior radio/TV production major and can be reached at michael.wendlandt@drake.edu

November is here, and that means that it’s going to get colder and colder outside.

Luckily for those who don’t like frigid temperatures, all intramurals for the rest of the semester are played inside, including Co-Rec Basketball and Dodgeball.

As the outdoor season comes to an end, let’s look at the champions and briefly examine their journeys to the top.

Co-Rec Football 

This season, the shirt goes to Delta Sigma Pi, who defeated Big Hits, Hot Chicks in the finals on Oct. 26.

Delta Sig was the top team all season, going 4-0 in the regular season before winning the tournament.

Women’s Competitive Football 

This season, the team on top was the Mice Catchers, who dominated the competition all season.  They outscored foes 56-14 in previous games and then dominated the championship,    63-7.

Co-Rec Volleyball 

Taking home the crown here was Sets Addicts, who swept Scared Hitless in the final match to claim the prize. Somewhat of an underdog after a 2-2 regular season, they came back with a force in the tournament to capture the crown.

Sorority Volleyball 

Congratulations go out to Alpha Phi II for its victory over Delta Gamma in the final match, which was a thriller. It was a back-and-forth affair that ended after the full three sets.

Co-Rec Soccer

For the second consecutive year, the Airbenders took home the top spot despite winning just one game in the regular season.

Men’s Competitive Soccer    Blackacre took home the title here, defeating “Or Nah?,” 2-1 in the final match.

Sorority Soccer

Kappa Kappa Gamma, the No. 2 seed, is the champion after a defeat of top seeded Alpha Phi, 2-1, continuing the trend of underdogs coming out on top.

Men’s Competitive Football

Another repeat champion reigned. Fragile Porcelain Mice came out on top Sunday night at Drake Stadium against the Grundle Boyz. It marks the second consecutive undefeated season for them.

Fraternity Soccer, Football, and Volleyball

In the fraternity leagues, it was Sigma Phi Epsilon who cleaned up the tournament action, taking down FIJI in volleyball and football, and Theta Chi in soccer.

SigEp also went on to win the All-University football game against Fragile Porcelain Mice, 21-7, Sunday night.

Thanks to all of the students who have participated in intramurals, so far. All the supervisors and officials really enjoy seeing so many people play.

Currently, play is ongoing in CoRec Basketball on Wednesdays and Sundays, as well as the 3-pointer competition, which will run Thursday between 9 and 11 p.m.

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