In the outdoor soccer co-ed competitive game, Ball Busters’ Maria Bonacore scored three of the six goals on team Half Chub. While in another game, Kyle Brayton scored Team Bomb Squad’s three goals against Ball Busters, securing a 3-1 win.
Michelle Slowik dominated the The Guild’s offense with four goals against the Half Chubs, leading to a 7-1 win in the co-ed recreational games.
In the men’s competitive game, Team Swagger dominated Gary’s Pub FC 5-1, with Connor Thuotte scoring three of the five.
Blood, Sweat and Beers’ Adam DeMay, Hartley Ruch, Matt McDorman and Bibash KC were on top of their games, scoring two goals apiece for a 9-0 shutout against Gary’s Pub FC.
Outdoor volleyball’s games brought fun in the sun, feet in the sand and some competition between Sandy Creek and Team Shazam, with Sandy Creek edging out the win with a last minute victory of the third set, acquiring a 3-2 win.
Week one of softball showed some defensive skills, especially for team Dirty Mike and the Boys, who completed a 4-6-3 double play. Competition got tough between the Sons of Pitches and No Glove No Love with No Glove No Love taking a 10-7 win. Team Scared Hitless earned their name as they suffered a 15-2 loss against the Expos.
Campus Recreation teamed up with Residence Life and Housing to bring students Lakerfest, an end of the summer celebration on Onondaga field. Picture booths, airbrush tattoos and a Rock the Vote table were just some of the events held under the giant tent. Out in the sun, students were sending discs flying, competing in 1 v. 1 sumo wrestling and sending each other flying down a zip line.
With stands giving out popcorn, cotton candy and ice cones, students were able to say goodbye to summer in true Laker fashion.
The O-Mazing Race: Teams of two participate in nine challenges of brains and brawn starting at Glimmerglass Fitness Center. Registration deadline is Sept. 25 at 4 p.m. Event is taking place Sept. 26 starting at 10 a.m.