The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras looked to defend their status as volleyball champs last Thursday against the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots. The Cobras, who have won the last two years, defeated the Patriots in four sets to successfully “three-peat” and claim yet another Pi Kappa volleyball title.
Take a look at the highlights of this year’s sports.
The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers clinched the women’s intramural softball title on Monday as they triumphed over the Tri Epsilon Pirates, 10-6.
The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals topped the Beta Chi Bearcubs on Monday night by a score of 6-2. Both the fifth-seeded Cardinals and the seventh-seeded Bearcubs were 1-1 going into the game, but it was the Cardinals who walked away with the win, eliminating the Bearcubs from the playoffs.
The Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs fell to the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans in a volleyball match Saturday morning. The game was the last of the season for both the Bulldogs and the Spartans, as neither team will advance to the playoffs.
The Alpha Omega Delta Lions and the Pi Gamma Delta Royals battled Saturday morning on the volleyball court. The Royals triumphed over Omega, beating them by one round. Both Pi Gamma and Omega played with only five players, giving the teams more ground to cover.
The sixth-seeded Tau Delta Chi Kangas defeated the fourth-seeded Nu Alpha Phi Flames on Monday, 14-5. The Kangas, who were 1-1 going into the game, had just lost a close one to the Flames last week in extra innings, 15-14. Looking to even things up and move on in their playoff journey, the Kangas showed their ability to work together as a team to get the job done.
The Phi Kappa Pi Rams and the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans faced off Monday night in an intramural men’s volleyball game. The teams were split after two games, and the Spartans conjured up a come-from-behind victory in game three to earn a win from the matchup.
The Colts stampeded the Cardinals Monday in softball, winning by a score of 5-1.
Twelve-year-old Rafael Costa was younger than the rest of the contestants. At least 15 years younger, on average, and the more experienced jet Ski racers were certainly not expecting a ysoung boy to provide such stiff competition in his first race ever. But while young Rafael Costa was probably as unfamiliar with Shakespeare as he was with jet ski racing, greatness was being thrust upon him.