Beta Theta Pi beats Sigma Chi in game of 4v4 volleyball

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Sigma Chi plays Beta Theta Pi in intramural volleyball game [photo by Shea Geary]

At 7:15 p.m. on May 4, 2016 at the University of Denver Hamilton Gymnasium Beta Theta Pi fraternity played Sigma Chi fraternity in an intramural game of 4v4 volleyball. Beta swept Sigma Chi in the first game of two while Sigma Chi was down a player. Though Sigma Chi came back with four players in the second game they lost once again, resulting in the end of the match.

The early minutes of the first game were spent with second year student, Brayton Briggs on the sidelines due to his failure to pay the intramural game fee. Beta had an advantage for nearly the entire first game with an extra man on the court. First year student TJ Rempfer couldn’t arrive soon enough to fill in as the fourth player for the first game, scoring Sigmi Chi’s fifth point making the score 10-5.

Sigma Chi came back with Jack McCready scoring against Beta for their eighth and final point of the game but still lost 21-8 just minutes later. Continue reading

Sigma Chi defeats Pi Kappa Phi to finish the regular season of intramural hockey

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The Joy Burns Arena in the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness (Photo by: Matt Holden, 2016)

On May 3, 2016, the Sigma Chi intramural hockey team defeated Pi Kappa Phi, 6-4, in a highly competitive and hard-fought game to wrap up the regular season.

Pi Kappa Phi finished the season with a good record of 2 wins and 2 losses. Sigma Chi finished their season off with 3 wins and only 1 loss. With the way that the intramural league is set-up, both teams have a spot in the playoffs and a shot at the ultimate prize, becoming intramural hockey champions. Continue reading