Campus Recreation Report

Members of Lee Hall Legends pose with the co-rec intramural basketball championship T-shirts in Lee Hall.  (Photo provided by Campus Recreation)
Members of Lee Hall Legends pose with the co-rec intramural basketball championship T-shirts in Lee Hall.
(Photo provided by Campus Recreation)

Campus Recreation is looking to keep up the pace with just one week remaining until spring break.  On Sunday, March 16, Campus Recreation will hold the NCAA Oswego State Bracket via ESPN.com.  The deadline to submit a bracket is Thursday, March 20 at 10 a.m.

The first place price will be a $30 College Book Store gift card and an intramural championship T-shirt.  Second place will be a $20 gift card to the Oswego Sub Shop, and third place will receive a $10 gift card to Mark’s Pizzeria.  All information on the Oswego State Bracket challenge is online at oswego.edu/campusrec.

Another upcoming event is the bench press competition. The event is be on Saturday in Swetman Gym, with onsite registration from 12 to 12:45 p.m.

As for intramural sports, the basketball tournaments have crowned the spring champions.  The Lee Hall Legends outlasted Win or Lose We Always…, 53-43, to earn their second straight basketball championship. In the co-rec division, top-seeded Optimus Prime was denied its second straight title being upset by the third-seeded Late Bloomers, 69-60.

In broomball, four teams remain in both the men’s and co-rec divisions.  In co-rec, Multiple Scoregasms slid by the Rolltiders, 1-0, with a goal from Matt McDorman to move on to the No. 1 Master Debaters.  Eskimo Family made light work of the Dottie’s Fun Nuggets, winning 6-0 with a hat trick coming from Chris Timmons.  In the men’s bracket, Win or Lose We Always… upset the Rolltiders 2-0, and the Clap Bombs also advanced.

The pickleball league is entering its championship weekend, when three new intramural champions will be crowned.  In men’s singles, Andy Falvey holds a 6-0 record, with only one game lost the entire season.  In the open double’s division, Triumv and Bread & Butter are tied atop the league at 3-1, with team Couch Potato 5 in the mix at 3-2.

In the volleyball League, two teams remain undefeated in each division. In the co-rec division, Bumpin Uglies and Practice Safe Sets are 9-0 and 6-0, respectively.  In the men’s division, Swan’s Stahrrs (6-0) and 187 On The Dot (9-0) sit atop the league.

In the soccer league, the recreational playoff brackets are set while competitive teams are still in the final week of the regular season.

In the co-rec playoffs The Wildcats hold the top seed, Team Swagger has the No. 2 seed and The Fat and the Furious sit No. 3. In the men’s recreational bracket, No FLIP’s has the one seed, with Limp Noodles at two and Goal Diggers at three.

In the co-rec competitive division, Hungover and Team Bomb Squad will look to defend their undefeated record in their last regular season game.  In men’s competitive soccer, The Incredibles and Team Dump Truck are the only undefeated teams remaining.

In addition to the array of intramural sports, open recreation in Swetman Gym and Lee Hall are also in full swing.