The spring semester brings many new opportunities in intramural sports. While soccer and flag football are among the only intramural sports played during the fall semester, the spring semester offers many different sports including softball, volleyball, badminton and water polo. But of all the intramural sports played during the spring, none is bigger or has
Intramural sports are a highlight of student life and societies here at Bob Jones University. Societies play several different intramural sports ranging from flag football to table tennis, but no sport gets as intense or as big as intramural soccer. Men’s societies compete in soccer in teams of both 11v11 and 7v7, while women’s societies
As the 2016-2017 academic year begins, students will notice changes in the way society sports are being scheduled. According to intramural directors, these changes work toward maximizing intramural schedules and the efficiency of the Davis Field House personnel as well as creating continuity and equity in the intramural program. Mike LeViere, director of intramural sports,
The intramural badminton championships for both men and women took place last Monday night.
Intramural softball drew to a close on Saturday afternoon in a three-game campus “world series” featuring the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans and the Alpha Omega Lions.