The Overall Campus Champions program is a year-long team Intramural Competition. The purpose of the Overall Campus Champions race is to encourage friendly competition between students, organizations, and departments as they compete in a variety of intramural activities. The champions will be determined by the accumulation of points throughout the year. The teams with the most points in both the men’s and women’s divisions will be the University of Wyoming Intramural Overall Campus Champions.
|Year||Men's Champion||Women's Champion|
|1999-2000||Lambda Chi Alpha||Tri-Pi|
|2000-2001||Lambda Chi Alpha||Tri-Pi|
|2001-2002||Lambda Chi Alpha||Tri-Pi|
|2002-2003||Lambda Chi Alpha||Gazelles|
|2003-2004||Lambda Chi Alpha||Gazelles|
|2010-2011||Sig Ep||Purple Parrots|
|2013-2014||Lambda Chi Alpha||
|2015-2016||Girthquakes||Kappa Kappa Gamma|
All University of Wyoming students, faculty, and staff who meet intramural eligibility requirements are permitted to compete.
A. Overall Campus Champion Entries
Entry packets are available in the Intramural Sports Office. The office is the only place registration is taken. A team will not be awarded points until the official team roster is on file in the Intramural Sports Office. Entries are available September 1 through October 3.
Teams can be comprised of students representing residence halls, fraternities, sororities, departments, or other student organizations. Students can also be organized independently (teams not associated with any of the previously mentioned groups). Faculty and staff of the university are also eligible to enter the competition. They can form faculty/staff or department teams or join student teams.
Entries are available to men’s and women’s teams only. Co-recreational teams are not eligible to compete for the Overall Campus Championship.
A TEAM MUST KEEP THE SAME TEAM NAME THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE YEAR. Points will only be tallied for teams using the name registered on the official team roster. Exception: If a team enters two or more teams in an intramural event, they can distinguish between the teams by using numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.), letters (A, B, C, etc.) or colors (gold, green, etc.).
The official team roster will be on file in the Intramural Sports Office. The roster may not consist of more then 20 names. Points will not be counted for an individual until they are on the roster. A team may change 5 names at the end of each semester.
B. Entry in Intramural Competition
A team may enter as many teams as they would like for each sport.
A team may enter as many individuals as they would like for each individual sport.
A team may enter as many teams as they would like for each dual sport.
A. Participation Points
A team will receive 50 participation points for each team entered in a team sport.
B. Bonus Points
Bonus points are awarded to both teams and individuals that place in the top eight in post-season or tournament play.
|Competitive Division*||Recreational Division||Recreational 2 Division|
|Final Standing||Points||Final Standing||Points||Final Standing||Points|
|3rd & 4th||70||3rd & 4th||55||3rd & 4th||25|
|5th - 8th||55||5th - 8th||45||5th - 8th||15|
|Competitive Division*||Recreational Division|
|Final Standing||Points||Final Standing||Points|
|3rd & 4th||20||3rd & 4th||10|
|5th - 8th||15||5th - 8th||5|
C. Point Deductions
All teams and individuals entered by a team are eligible for point deductions.
D. Officiating Points
A team will receive 25 points for each official they have in any team sport.
E. Co-Recreational Points
Point values do not change in co-recreational competition.
Point totals will be tallied at the end of each sport. They will be kept in a database on the Intramural Sports computer. Scores will be posted at mid-semester and at the end of each semester. Signs will be posted on the intramural sports bulletin boards and on the intramural webpage under the Overall Campus Champions link.
Winners in both the men’s and women’s divisions will receive special T-shirts, personalized with the team name and the names of all official team members. The Intramural Sports Office and representatives of each team will determine the design and color of the shirts. Shirts will ordered at the end of the spring semester and may be picked up by the team captain or team members throughout the summer or when school commences in the fall.