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Updated 4/24/14

Game of the Week

Spring 2014 Week 9

4v4 Sand Volleyball

Spring 2014 Week 8

Dodgeball

Spring 2014 Week 7

5v5 Turf Soccer

Spring 2014 Week 6

Basketball Championships Highlight Show

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Spring 2014 Week 5

Arena Flag Football Championship Game

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Spring 2014 Week 4

Singles Indoor Tennis

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Spring 2014 Week 3

CoRec Wallyball

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Spring 2014 Week 2

Water Volleyball

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Spring 2014 Week 1

Fraternity Black MAC Indoor Soccer ZBT A vs. Sigma Chi A

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Fall 2013 Week 12

Men's Open All-Campus Basketball Invitational - A for Avacados vs. Phi Slama Jama

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Fall 2013 Week 11

Fraternity Gold Indoor Volleyball Championship - Fairway vs. Beta Sigma Psi

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Fall 2013 Week 10

Doubles Tennis Game of the Week: Gamma Phi Beta vs. Zacinson

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Fall 2013 Week 9

Great White Tarks vs. Average Bros

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Fall 2013 Week 8

Bowling: Evans Scholars and Phi Kappa Sigma

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Fall 2013 Week 7

Women’s Open Sand Volleyball: We Dig Hot Teachers vs. Dry Ice

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Fall 2013 Week 6

Inner Tube Water Polo: Wettin the Net vs. West 4 Swaffle Club

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Fall 2013 Week 5

9v9 Soccer: Sigma Chi vs. Theta Chi

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Fall 2013 Week 4

Floor Hockey: St. Tom’s vs. 797s

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Fall 2013 Week 3

Flag Football: No Punt Intended vs. Fiji B

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Fall 2013 Week 2

Sand Volleyball: SAE A v. Fiji A

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Fall 2013 Week 1

2013 Fall Softball Classic Championship: Bottom of Fifths vs. Sigma Tau Gamma

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Spring 2013 Week 11

Dodgeball-Fraternity Black: Farmhouse v. Pi Kapps

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Spring 2013 Week 10

Handball Team Championship: Spain vs. Haiti

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Spring 2013 Week 9

Fraternity Black Turf Soccer: Delts A vs. Pi Kappa Phi A

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Spring 2013 Week 8

2013 Intramural Basketball Championshipsp

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Spring 2013 Week 7

Arena Flag Football Championship

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Spring 2013 Week 6

Men's Open Billiards Championship

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Spring 2013 Week 3

John Sides vs. Patrick Harrington

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Spring 2013 Week 2

Otto the Orange v. The Prestige

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Spring 2013 Week 1

Galatasaray SK v. Animals

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Fall 2012 Week 8

Men's Open Floor Hockey Championships-SAE vs. Delta Chi

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Fall 2012 Week 7

KDR vs. Lambda Chi Alpha-Men’s All Campus Basketball Invitational

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Flag Football Championships 2012

Flag Football Championships 2012

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Fall 2012 Week 5

Co-Rec Black Outdoor Soccer: 2 Crew v. United

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Fall 2012 Week 4

Fraternity Black Inner Tube Water Polo: Delta Chi vs. Delta Sigma Phi

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Fall 2012 Week 3

Men's Open Black Flag Football: TAF vs. Team USA

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Fall 2012 Week 2

Fraternity Gold Sand Volleyball-Delta Upsilon vs. Alpha Tau Omega

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Fall 2012 Week 1

Fall Softball Classic Championship-ZBT vs. Caught Looking

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2012 Sorority Basketball Championship

2012 Sorority Basketball Championship

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2012 Grad,Fac,Staff Basketball Championship

2012 Grad,Fac,Staff Basketball Championship

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2012 Fraternity Gold Basketball Championship

2012 Fraternity Gold Basketball Championship

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2012 Women's Open Basketball Championship

2012 Women's Open Basketball Championship

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2012 Fraternity Black Basketball Championship

2012 Fraternity Black Basketball Championship

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Spring 2012 Week 3

Basketball: LBF vs Pangea Alliance

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Spring 2012 Week 2

Basketball: Team FLOCKA Flame vs Elite Force

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Spring 2012 Week 1

Basketball: Theta Chi vs. Sig Ep A

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2011 Flag Football Championship Top 10 Plays

2011 Flag Football Championship Top 10 Plays

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2011 Men's Residence Hall Flag Football Championship

The Ocho vs. H-1-N-1

The Men's Residence Hall championship game between The Ocho and H-1-N-Won was a defensive showdown full of interceptions and sacks. The first half saw no points scored by either team, just unsuccessful drives on both sides of the field. Jacob Molter from the Ocho and Evan Langbehn from H-1-N-Won both had impressive interceptions that helped to shut down the opponents' offense. Hoping for better luck in the second half, both teams went out strong. A quick 21 seconds in to play The Ocho caught another interception in the hands of Devin Rowland. Unfortunately, that momentum did not continue. It was not until H-1-N-Won quarterback Thomas Ortolani handed it off to Charles Akinbola for the touchdown carry that either team scored; this happened with 6:47 left to play. If H-1-N-Won could keep up their defensive toughness, it looked like they could win it 0-7. The Ocho struggled to score, finally getting a touchdown by Eric Hudson with 24 seconds left to play. With a score of 7-6, the Ocho had a lot riding on the PAT. They took the riskier option, going for the win with a two point conversion, and in one of the best plays of this year's Flag Football Championships, Devin Rowland came down with the ball in the endzone to secure the win. The Ocho beat H-1-N-Won in a close game, 8-7. Devin Rowland was named Player of the Game for his winning catch, two interceptions, and 84 yards over nine receptions.

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2011 Fraternity Black Flag Football Championship

Fiji A vs. Farmhouse A

Of all the championship games, the Fraternity Black championship game between Fiji and Farmhouse brought one of the largest fan crowds. Fiji quarterback Mikel Hartman started the game strong by completing pass after pass leading to their first touchdown within the first five minutes of play. Jordan Rooney caught the pass from Hartman scoring six, and the extra point was good setting the score at 7-0. Farmhouse only makes five plays before giving the ball back to Fiji. A couple of penalties by both teams add a little bit of interest and intensity to the game. Fiji uses their second possession of the game to score their second touchdown, another pass from Hartman this time to Thomas Ryan. Both teams get one more attempt to score before the half ends but neither is successful as the first half comes to a close with a score of 13-0. Farmhouse puts up a fight in the second half, charging down field but they still cannot get the TD. The teams go back and forth on downs with no results until the 0:31 mark when Hartman rushes from the 5 yard line scoring the third and final touchdown of the game. Fiji finishes on top defeating Farmhouse 19-0.

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2011 Fraternity Gold Flag Football Championship

Circle Pines vs. Sigma Nu

Sigma Nu and Circle Pines battled it out in the Fraternity Gold Championship game. Sigma Nu started off the game strong with quarterback William Habig leading the team down field and scoring on their opening drive. Circle Pines tried to retaliate but were unable to as Habig led the team on to score another touchdown, making the score 0-13 in the first eleven minutes of play. The receivers on the two touchdowns were Kevin Wyn and Mark Puskar. Both teams were unsuccessful in scoring for the remainder of the half. The second half started slow, with no points scored in about the first ten minutes. At the 11:32 mark, Sigma Nu scored their third consecutive touchdown of the game, with an impressive play as Habig threw to Mitchell Beerbower. Beerbower carried it from the two yard line into the endzone for the touchdown. As the game clock wound down, it seemed that Circle Pines would be shut out, 0-19. However, they put up a fight, scoring a touchdown of their own with three minutes left in the game. Melvin Harris carried it in for the touchdown off of a pass from Brock Bemiller, bringing the score to 6-19. John Cichy of Sigma Nu caught an interception off Circle Pines QB Bemiller in the last seconds of play. This sealed Sigma Nu as the Fraternity Gold Champions, nearly shutting out Circle Pines in a 6-19 victory. – Ashley Robbins.

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2011 Men's Open Rec Flag Football Championship

The Family vs. Dirty Hamsters

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2011 Co-Rec Flag Football Championship

2011 Co-Rec Flag Football Championship

First game of the championships was certainly an exciting one as co-rec teams Adam & Eve and Team Meyer battled it out. Adam & Eve started strong with an interception by Charles Akinbola followed by a touchdown by Evan Langbehn. After a long fought drive, Team Meyer countered with a touchdown by Kathryn Boucher worth nine points. Adam & Eve spent the remainder of the half pushing down field only to come short ending the first half 10-6. The second half started quickly as Randall Lewis intercepted a pass by Team Meyer's quarterback Gerald Egink and carried it for a touchdown in the first 90 seconds. This set the pace for the second half as Adam & Eve went on to score an additional two touchdowns. One resulted from an 8 yard pass by Eric Hudson and a 36 yard run by Akinbola, the other from yet another pick six by Lewis. Other than exciting back-to-back interceptions, the remainder of the game was an unsuccessful attempt by Team Meyer to score again. Team Meyer was in possession of the football for 22 and a half minutes and 187 total yards over 34 plays. Despite their efforts, Adam & Eve came out on top with a 10-24 victory. Randall Lewis was named Player of the Game. Lewis caught two interceptions and ran for two touchdowns. – Ashley Robbins

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2011 Grad/Fac/Staff Flag Football Championship

2011 Grad/Fac/Staff Flag Football Championship

The graduate staff championship game between Tadafil 2 and IM Special had the pregame outlook of being a pretty even match-up. From the very start however, this was not the case. A turnover on downs placed the ball in the hands of IM Special quarterback Tyler Ford early on. It took just over a minute for the team to gain their first touchdown; Jason Eggiman ran it into the endzone after receiving a pass from Ford. Quarterback Gerald Egink and the rest of the Tadfafil 2 offense were able to capitalize on their next possession, driving up field to gain a touchdown as well. Unfortunately, IM Special would hold them to these mere six points. Tadafil 2's defense could not seem to keep up as IM Special relied on their deep passes and smooth lateral passes to score just before half to take a 19-6 lead. IM Special struck on a 66 yard touchdown to Jason Eggiman to open the 2nd half and extend their lead to 25-6. The second half fate was sealed early on when Eggiman intercepted a pass by Tadafil, tossed the lateral to teammate Haselhorst who then ran it in for the final touchdown. The game ended at the two minute mark due to the mercy rule. IM Special won with an impressive 6-31 victory over Tadafil 2. Jason Eggiman was named Player of the Game with 3 touchdowns, an interception, and four receptions for a total of 84 yards. – Ashley Robbins

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2011 Sorority Flag Football Championship

2011 Sorority Flag Football Championship

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2011 Men's Open Flag Football Championship

2011 Men's Open Flag Football Championship

The Dean Willetts and TAF were both undefeated going into the men's open championship game. However, The Dean Willett's established their dominance early on and never backed down. Team TAF and The Dean Willetts both made long drives across the field, the only difference being that TAF just could not manage to take advantage of scoring opportunities. Dean Willetts quarterback Adam Hutnick fired pass after pass leading to the team's first touchdown by Erik Ledbetter at the 16:43 mark and another by Ledbetter at the 5:56 mark. It seemed the half would end on a drive by TAF but in an outstanding defensive performance, The Dean Willetts doubled their score by converting two interceptions into touchdowns in the last 2:30 of the half. That advanced the score to 0-28 in favor of The Dean Willetts. TAF made a good run in the second half but it was not enough. Jeremy Ross ran in Dean Willetts fifth touchdown with under eight minutes remaining, and Hutnick carried in the sixth. Due to the Mercy Rule, this touchdown ended the game at the two minute warning. TAF tried their best to put points on the board but The Dean Willetts achieved the shut out, winning 0-42. Adam Hutnick was the Player of the Game, being involved in five of the six team touchdowns. Hutnick threw three receptions that resulted in touchdowns, one reception for a touchdown, and one pick six.

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Fall 2011 Week 3

Outdoor Soccer: Green Doors vs. Big Green

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Fall 2011 Week 2

Sand Volleyball: The Bog Saget's vs. Boss Man Swag

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Fall 2011 Week 1

Flag Football: IM Special vs. Team Chemistry (GFS)

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Top 10 Plays Flag Football Champions

Top 10 Plays Flag Football Champions

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Intramural Softball

Intramural Softball

On Tuesday July 5th, My Brother Bilo took on the Swag in intramural softball’s game of the week. My Brother Bilo’s defensive prowess was on display in this game, not allowing a run until the third inning and not committing a single error. The highlight of their defensive showcase was the diving catch by the centerfielder on a fly ball hit to shallow center field. My Brother Bilo followed up this great catch by having all players visit the plate in a four run bottom of the first. My Brother Bilo’s defense shined once again in the second inning, in which they retired the batters in order. Again in the second the sent every batter to the plate, this time scoring five runs. Swag tried to mount a comeback in the third. After a leadoff single, the next batter hit a shot to right center, allowing him to circle the bases for a homerun. Swag could not build on this momentum and failed to score again in the inning. My Brother Bilo answered in the third by hitting two home runs of their own. They scored eleven runs in the third inning, building their ultimately insurmountable lead to 20-2. My Brother Bilo put out another strong defensive inning in the fourth and allowed two more runs in the top of the fifth to end the game with a  score of 20-4.

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Frat Black Flag Football Championships

Frat Black Flag Football Championships

This upcoming season Intramural Sports is adding a new feature to the program called “The Game of the Week.”  The intramural sports staff will select one game per week to highlight the excitement and competitive atmosphere of intramural sports.  Staff members will be on-site to capture video, pictures, interviews, and game information.  The video above is an example of what to expect from The Game of the Week, along with a game summary, and photos.  All Game of the Week information can be found on this page throughout the intramural season.  Follow us on Facebook (Purdue University Intramural Sports) and Twitter (puimsports) to get up-to-date Game of the Week information.  

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