Intramural sports report

Oswego State students take part in an indoor soccer tournament. The postseason is currently underway, with the champoinship game just around the corner. (Photo provided by Campus Recration)
Oswego State students take part in an indoor soccer tournament. The postseason is currently underway, with the champoinship game just around the corner. (Photo provided by Campus Recration)

The regular season in the spring indoor soccer league at Oswego State has finished, and teams have now advanced on into the playoffs. There were several teams that stood out and had outstanding regular seasons, with hopes of a championship in their sights

In the co-rec competitive league, three teams finished the season unbeaten in their four game schedules. Team Name led the way with a 4-0 record, grabbing them the No.1 seed in the upcoming playoffs.

Right behind them was Back That Pass Up and Ball Busters, who both finished with 3-0-1 records. The two teams could meet in the semifinals, but they will face tough matchups from Team Bomb Squad and Taint Going to Lose, respectively, in the quarterfinals.

In the co-rec recreational league, Townies Elite and Team Bye Week both finished the regular season a perfect 3-0, while FC Underdogs went 2-0-1.

In the playoffs, however, Deion Can’t Shoot, 7-6, in the quarterfinals, shocked Townies Elite, the top overall seed. Fourth-seeded Team Swagger also has been impressive in the playoffs, knocking off Multiple Scoregasms and Deion Can’t Shoot on its way to the championship game.

Their opponents for their Thursday matchup will be Team Bye Week, who has remained undefeated after a 6-2 victory over FC Underdogs.

On the men’s side of things, it looks like anybody’s game going into the playoffs in the competitive division, as seven teams went without a single loss in the regular season.

Only one, however, Foot Faries, managed to actually win all four of their games, on their way to the No.1 overall seed. All other teams had at least one tie.

Incredibles, Honkies and Team Swagger all finished 3-0-1 to finished tied for second, while FC Underdogs,The Muffin Men, and West Utica United went 2-0-2 in the regular season, putting them into a tie for fifth.

As of Wednesday, all of those teams are still alive with a chance at the championship.

In the recreational division, teams are battling for the right to not only win the championship, but continue their season by advancing into the playoffs in the competitive division.

Pass the Nutmeg and Goal Diggers have been the two most consistent teams this season, finishing No.1 and 2, repectively, in the standings, so it is no real surprise that they are the two teams who advanced to the championship contest.

The volleyball leagues are also in full swing at Campus Recreation as April continues to roll on.

In the co-rec competitive league, two teams are still on watch for an undefeated season. Practice Safe Sets and Orville Ready Blockers both went a dominant 15-0 in the regular season, and now have clinched the top two seeds in the playoffs.

There will be several teams who have had solid seasons standing in their way, but the two seem to be on a collision course to face off in the championship contest on Thursday.

In co-rec recreational, only one squad, Will Work For Sets, managed to get through its season schedule unscathed, going 12-0. Hot on its heels was Volleybrawlers, who went 11-1, and The Spikes, who finished 10-2.

Over in men’s competitive, there is no clear favorite going into the postseason. I Can Dig it and How I Set Your Mother both went 12-3 in the regular season, but The Casey Anthony’s, Notorious D.I.G and Honkies all finished well above .500 and have a chance to do damage come playoff time.

Team Name holds the No. 1 seed in the indoor soccer co-rec competitive league after finishing 4-0. Team Name was the only team to win all its games. (Photo provided by Campus Recration)
Team Name holds the No. 1 seed in the indoor soccer co-rec competitive league after finishing 4-0. Team Name was the only team to win all its games. (Photo provided by Campus Recration)