Oklahoma Christian University intramural athletics started its soccer season, the final sport of the 2018-19 year, on Tuesday, March 26.
While competing in various sports, Oklahoma Christian’s four female social clubs, five male social clubs, upperclassmen and freshmen men and women compete against one another for the title of All-Sports Champions, awarded to one female club and one male club.
Rick Judd, Director of Intramurals, said the title of All-Sports is awarded at the end of each school year.
“All-Sports is determined by each game and sport being worth a certain amount of points,” Judd said. “The winners are announced in chapel at the end of the last intramural sport.”
In the fall, teams competed in softball, flag football, cross-country, pool, tennis, pingpong and volleyball for points.
When students returned in the spring, teams participated in basketball, swimming, doubles pool and doubles pingpong. Soccer marks the final sport of the spring season and the last chance for clubs to gain points toward the title of All-Sports.
After the doubles pool and pingpong competition on Sunday, March 10, the clubs’ points were released.
Since the previous updateat the beginning of spring 2019, the leaders for the men and women remain the same. On the men’s side, Delta Gamma Sigma passed Kappa Sigma Tau and moved into second place after winning the championship in every basketball league.
Below are the current point standings:
Male All-Sports Standings:
- Chi Lambda Phi— 943 points
- Delta Gamma Sigma— 778 points
- Kappa Sigma Tau— 561 points
- Freshmen Men— 218 points
- Psi Epsilon— 183 points
- Upperclassmen— 137 points
- Alpha Gamma Omega— 8 points
Female All-Sports Standings:
- Gamma Rho— 936 points
- Iota Kappa Phi— 623 points
- Theta Theta Theta— 418 points
- Freshmen Women— 195 points
- Phi Omega Nu— 100 points
- Upperclassmen— 20 points
After soccer season ends Thursday, April 11, the All-Sports champions will be announced during big chapel in Baugh Auditorium.
The full soccer schedule can be found here.