Fall Intramurals Gets Competitive

Fall Intramurals Gets Competitive


Fall Intramuarls are in full effect, and players are performing like stars on the field and on the court. Fall Intramurals, hosted by Campus Recreation, consists of flag football, soccer and volleyball leagues. Volleyball games are played in the Darlene May Gym, and the flag football and soccer games are played at the Kellogg Stadium, Activities Field and the new Bronco Commons Field. Joshua Pullens of Campus Recreation has noted players of the week:

In week one, Angelica Cano of the Kappa Delta flag football team, scored two touchdowns (one 60 yard touchdown run and an interception run for a touchdown).

During week two, Jason Moran of the Lights Out flag football team, scored seven touchdowns (four touchdowns thrown and three rushing touchdowns). That same week, Kelsey Lee of the Zeta flag football team, had four interceptions (two interceptions taken back for touchdowns).

At week three, Eismaiel Abdullah of the Tigers soccer team, scored three goals in which one was a bicycle kick score.

Anthony Burns representing the Scared Hittless flag football team scored two touchdowns and two interceptions (one was a game ending interception) during week four of Intramurals.

Not only are there shinning players, but teams are fighting head to head to take the lead in their sport…

Top Teams:

Flag Football:
Scared Hittless 3-0
The Franchise 3-0
Blitzkrieg 3-0
P-Town Legends 3-0

Santos F.C. 3-0(reigning champs)

Party Rock Crew 3-0

It’s not enough to just read about all of the action. Come check out these teams play and cheer on the athletes at their next game. For more information, visit www.asi.csupomona.edu/campusrec.