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In games played through last Friday, Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Gamma Delta have taken the early lead in the women’s and men’s Greek intramural standings, respectively, while Keefe Hall teams are on top in both the men’s and women’s residence hall standings. (Complete standings are listed at the conclusion of this report.)

FIJI won mini golf, whiffleball, kickball, flag football, and over-six-foot, two-on-two basketball. AGD won horseshoes and placed in several events.

George Taylor and Reco Collins went undefeated en route to winning the co-ed spades tournament for Brothers of Lafayette last Thursday, followed by Amanda Ohs and Abby O’Connor of AGD in second place and Kris Carey and Chris Nixon of Brothers of Lafayette in third. Taylor and Collins won the double-elimination tournament held at Gilbert’s, prevailing in a field of 20 teams and taking the finals by at least 530 points.

Delta Gamma defeated Pi Phi in the double elimination women’s kickball tournament held on the Quad Oct. 17-18, with a second Pi Phi team taking third place. On the men’s side, Zeta Psi defeated FIJI’s “Tax Drivers,” with Watson Hall taking third place. A total of 19 teams and 95 students participated.

Edward Asiedu and Dave Brodber took first and second place with 172 points and 141 points, respectively, in the Scrabble tournament held Oct. 9 on the third floor of Kirby Sports Center. Amanda Ohs of AGD finished third.

Brian Quigley and Adam Buchwalter took best-of-three in horseshoes to pick up Theta Chi’s first intramural victory of the season Oct. 7, defeating Elliot Fried-Boxt and Mike Gibson in the Sullivan lot behind Conway House. Gretel Raibeck and Heather Stauffer of AGD defeated the independent team of Leonora Paniccia and Julie Handley to earn the women’s title.

Ranked first during the regular season of flag football, FIJI’s Bombers defeated KDR 20-12 in the championship game to take the tournament Oct. 2 at Newlins Fields. The winning players were Michael Holt, Jeff Childs, Jamie Traver, Adam Foltz, Ben Adamson, Brad Drake, Alex Defeo, Michael Barba, Paul Straub, and Paul Dzelgalvis. Both FIJI and KDR, which finished third in the regular season, had the best overall sportsmanship ratings. Chi Phi and Delta Upsilon tied for third place in the tournament.

The residence hall flag football tournament was won by the team of Stephano Derasino, Kevin McCabe, Mike Cohn, Matt Maiorino, Justin Mihalinec, Harrison Richter, and Andy Starfield. The squad defeated “Process” after keeping it out of the end zone on fourth-and-goal at the one-yard line as time expired. The previously unbeaten Process team had defeated the champions in regular season play, 27-26. Third place was shared by “Freedom” and “The Linc.”

The FIJI team of Andrew Starfield, Ben Adamson, Jamie Traver, Jeff Childs, and Nick Taro defeated another FIJI team 7-6 to win the double elimination whiffleball tournament held on the Quad Sept. 26-27. ISA took third place.

Joe Compitello and Matt Guadagno of FIJI scored a 53 to prevail in the final round of mini golf, held Sept. 23 at the Two Tees course on Sullivan Trail. They were followed by independents Justin Mihalinec and Dave Recco in second place, and Annie Neumeister and Kerry Cordova of AGD in third.

More than 100 players participated in the six-on-six men’s soccer tournament that began Sept. 17 at Newlins Fields, which ended with KDR defeating the “Fredo” team 4-2 in a penalty shootout following a 1-1 deadlock in regulation. KDR was represented by Michael Wade, Adam Simpson, Chris Monihan, Brad Bertkau (championship MVP), Michael Greenfield, and Michel Tuller. A Gates Hall and ISA team, “Gateway,” finished in third place.

Led by championship MVP Stephanie Regan, “Washed Up Athletes” defeated Keefe Hall 4-1 to win the women’s soccer tournament. Washed Up Athletes also included Brooke Keim, Elizabeth Scott, Lisa Cosenza, Casey Sullivan, Rachael Bathot, Lindsay Zlotoff, Katie Schrack, and Catherine Hobby.

For a record fourth year in a row, Michelle Wiater and Shivani Malhotra of ISA won the women’s two-on-two basketball tournament, crushing independents Rebecca Jackson and Gina Talaric, 7-1, on the Hamilton Street tennis courts to go undefeated in the double elimination contest held Sept. 12-13. The ISA team of Eiko Susuki and Saikrupa Sen took third place.

In men’s hoops, Samuel Innes and Ben Saxton took the finals, 7-3, over Stephen Tanner and Jeff Childs of FIJI to go undefeated in the over-six-foot tournament. Independents Brendan Bell, Mark Kolba, and Eric Case finished third. In the under-six-foot tournament, George Taylor and Molefi Asante of Brothers of Lafayette held off Gilad Becker and Victor Mrosso of Phi Psi, 7-5, to go undefeated. Dave Homsher and Jim Sarruda took third place.

Led by MVP Emily Thomas, Kappa Kappa Gamma won the field hockey tournament Sept. 11, edging “Club FH,” 5-4, in the championship. Thomas’ teammates were Alana Anzalone, Sharon McDonald, Andrea Behler, and Katie Lannucci. Club FH had been undefeated before being upset by Kappa in the finals. Alpha Phi and “Chix with Stix” shared third place.

The Keefe Hall team of Luke Landherr, Cory Adams, Meredith Jeffers, and Greg Devito won the fall relays, 21-19, which featured nine different relay races on the Quad Sept. 4. ISA and Phi Psi finished second and third, respectively.

Men’s Greek standings
1) FIJI — 222 points
2) Process – 190
3) ISA – 180
4) Chi Phi –160
5) Phi Psi – 109
6) Kappa Delta Rho – 87
7) Brothers of Lafayette – 72
8) Zeta Psi – 65
9) Delta Upsilon – 46
10) Theta Chi – 25

Women’s Greek standings
1) Alpha Gamma Delta — 225
2) Tri-Delta — 102
3) Alpha Phi — 100
4) Pi Phi — 80
5) Kappa Kappa Gamma — 69
6) Delta Gamma – 55

Men’s residence hall standings
1) Keefe – 168
2) P.T. Farinon – 77
3) McKeen – 70
4) Watson – 58
5) Gates – 57

Women’s residence halls standings
1) Keefe – 45
2) Watson — 30

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