Tag: BJU Intramural Sports

Patriots sink Vikings, 62-44

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The 2015 men’s intramural basketball season recently began with 24 teams from 19 different societies fighting for their chance to compete in the intramural championship, which will be held in March. The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots, now 2-0 after a win against the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans, overwhelmed the Nu Delta Chi Vikings’ A team

Lions defeat Bulldogs in flag football, look to playoffs

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The Alpha Omega Delta Lions defeated the Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs last Thursday night in men’s flag football. The Bulldogs, going in with a 2-0 record, fell with a final score of 34-22. The Bulldogs had previously defeated the Zeta Alpha Pi Hawks 49-39 and the Kappa Theta Chi Stallions 39-27. With offense being their

Third time’s the charm: Alpha edges Pi Gamma in third straight Turkey Bowl appearance

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Pi Gamma Delta Royals in the 2014 Turkey Bowl Saturday, Nov. 22. Alpha had appeared in the previous two Turkey Bowls, falling to the Beta Patriots in both meetings. But this year the Razorbacks not only bested Beta in the semifinals, but also claimed the Turkey Bowl win

Turkey Bowl 2014: Alpha vs. Pi Gamma

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks and the Pi Gamma Delta Royals will compete in the 2014 11v11 men’s intramural soccer championship in what has come to be known as the annual BJU Turkey Bowl. The game will be played Saturday, Nov. 22, at 7:30 p.m. on Stadium Field and will include a number of both

Alpha Razorbacks top Sigma Spartans with late goal

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans 1-0 in playoff soccer Monday night. The Razorbacks, who defeated the Spartans 1-0 earlier this year in the first game of the season, went into the match with a record of 4-1-2, while the Spartans carried a record of 2-4-1. Although they put up

Tigers go two for two, defeat Flames, Wildcats

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The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers have won both of their last two soccer games against the Nu Alpha Phi Flames and the Zoe Aletheia Wildcats respectively. Earlier this week, the Tigers played the Nu Alpha Phi Flames in what was each team’s third game of the season. The Tigers then played their fourth game against

Flames defeat Cardinals in women’s volleyball championship

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The Nu Alpha Phi Flames defeated the Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals Saturday, Oct. 25, in the women’s volleyball championship. Although it took five sets, the Flames emerged as the victors and claimed the trophy for the 2014 intramural volleyball season. The first set was extremely close from beginning to end, with the largest margin coming

Patriots take early lead, top historic rival Tornadoes 4-2

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots played the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes Monday night in an 11 vs. 11 game where two historic rivals looked to gain the upper hand. At the game’s conclusion, Beta outplayed the Tornadoes and went on to win 4-2. It was Beta’s sophomore Derek Doran who struck first, scoring a goal

Panthers fight back from 3-0 deficit, defeat Razorbacks 5-4

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The Theta Kappa Nu Panthers surprised the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks in 7 vs. 7 soccer earlier this week, coming back from a 3-0 deficit to claim their sixth win of the season. The Panthers have performed well this season, winning five games straight to open the year and suffering just one loss, at the

Eagles soar past Gators, winning match in two sets

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The Alpha Gamma Tau Eagles defeated the Chi Theta Upsilon Gators in volleyball Tuesday night, winning two straight sets to claim the victory. The first set was close from the start, but the Eagles began to pull away late in the set.  After reaching a lead of 13-10 on the Gators, the Eagles had a

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