Blood For Points
The Monon Bell is quickly approaching! In the spirit of competition with the Dannies down south, APO is hosting a Bleed For The Bell drive versus Depauw. Depauw donated 106 units, but we can do better! And the best part... you can get IM points for your house, or even a Buffalo Wild Wings dinner for the house with the most participation. Speak with your IM coordinator for details.
Intramural Table Tennis
Last month the IM Table Tennis was held and Wabash students showed up to show their skills. After a round-robin tourney, the TKE's and Kappa Sig's ended up on top. Taking first and third respectively, TKE's Chris Rai and Mac Bartlett played well. Meanwhile, Kappa Sig took 2nd and 4th place with Chase Bramlett and Ashish Baiju. Thanks to all who showed up!
Intramural Cross Country
On Monday October fourteenth, Wabash students gathered at the Hunstman track for Intramural Cross Country. Despite the warm fall weather and the turning leaves, participants only showed up from one house: the Phi Delts. Over 20 volunteers worked the course, which travels around the perimeter of the College and provides a view of the Arboretum in fall colors. The Phi Delts nabbed all 15 spots, led by Ramsey Bradke, and perfect scored the meet. Since no other houses participated, they dominated by default.
Intramural Football Champs!
Wabash Wellness would like to congratulate Lambda Chi Alpha for winning the Intramural Football Championship. We had over 150 participants this year, and a huge turnout for the championship game on October 7th. Thanks for 6 weeks of committed participation, and we'll see you next year!
Intramural Golf Results
The Intramural golf competition was held recently, and Phi Psi came out on top. Their team of Jimmy Maxwell, Ryne Ruddock, Zack Stricker, and Gharett Cook ended up with a score of 155, led by Stricker's individual 37. Beta and Sigma Chi tied for second with scores of 179, while the other teams were incomplete due to insufficient numbers. Blake Jennings of Sigma Chi took the top individual honors, shooting a 36 for 9 holes. The faculty were led by Petty with a score of 39, although they fell one player short of a full team.