Club volleyball began last week, and men’s social club Sub T-16 will look to continue its dominance, having won men’s large club A and B team volleyball last year. Gamma Sigma Phi placed second in both competitions. Omega Phi placed first and second in men’s small club A and B team respectively, with Sigma Nu Epsilon finishing second and first.
Zeta Rho controlled women’s club volleyball last year, winning large club A and B team competitions. Taking second in both competitions was Delta Gamma Rho. Iota Chi won small club A team, with Sigma Phi Mu finishing second, and it took second in B Team competition behind Phi Kappa Delta.
Sub T-16 will aim to build its men’s large club A team all sports lead, having defeated TNT in flag football earlier this semester 21-20 in overtime to take the first championship of the year and the 10 points that accompany it. The roles were reversed in B team competition, with TNT taking first over Sub T-16, 37-20. Newcomers Lambda Chi Theta got their club sports campaign off to a strong start, winning men’s small club A team flag football. Omega Phi finished as runners-up.
In women’s large club A team flag football, Chi Omega Pi defeated Ko Jo Jai (KJK) to take first. KJK won the B team division, however, with Ju Go Ju finishing second. Regina won the women’s small club A team competition, and Sigma Phi Mu took second.