Although it may be too early to determine who is a serious contender in the men’s competitive division of intramural basketball, the co-rec and recreational divisions are shaping up.
In co-rec, it is The Phoenix Suns, who are on top of the league at 4-1 with the regular season portion of their schedule now finished.
The Phoenix Suns managed convincing wins over Landshark All-Stars and Metards, and hard-fought wins, as well, against O’Doyle Rules and The Dirty Flamingos.
Just behind them in the division are Kings and Queens, who currently hold a 2-1 record and have an impressive 67-42 blowout win over The Phoenix Suns on their resume.
O’Doyle Rules, at 3-2, and The Dirty Flamingos, at 2-2, will figure to be in the hunt for a championship as well as the playoffs approach.
Over in the recreational league, Suite Dreamz and Size Don’t Matter are both undefeated thus far, earning 4-0 and 2-0 records respectively.
Suite Dreamz will enter the playoffs without a loss, and Size Don’t Matter will join them if it can get by The Republican’ts (0-3), and Not Cops (0-2) in the final two games.
Zeebs, at 3-1, has responded nicely after blowout loss against Size Don’t Matter to win three straight, and Oswekobeians and Monstars are also above .500 with 2-1 records.
Over in the intramural floor hockey league, Anne Franks Army Tanks is making their name known in the men’s competitive division.
At 3-0, they currently stand alone on top of the division and their 31 goals have made them a force to be reckoned with.
Michael Hollowell is leading the way, scoring at an impressive 4.33 goals per game, totaling 13 in the three contests. Behind him, Marc Mundry has scored nine goals despite playing just two games.
In men’s recreational, Zeebs has been the standout team thus far winning all three of their matchups, while outscoring opponents 17-2.
Daniel Mills and Dylan Soeffing have led the way for Zeebs, who are just one of two teams in men’s recreational yet to lose a game.