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Intramural Sports
Rec Sports Office, Half Acre Gym, Rm. 100
Dept. 3604
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-4175
Fax: (307) 766-6720
Email: imsports@uwyo.edu

Overall Campus Champions

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.

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Current Standings

 

Overall Campus Champions
2013-2014 Current Standings
Men's Teams Points Women's Teams Points
Lambda Chi 2285 WYOCOLO 185
Bye Week 1715

Illegal Touching 1025


   


 


   




Previous Champions

Previous Overall Campus Champions
Year Men's Champion Women's Champion
1999-2000 Lambda Chi Tri-Pi
2000-2001 Lambda Chi Tri-Pi
2001-2002 Lambda Chi Tri-Pi
2002-2003 Lambda Chi Gazelles
2003-2004 Lambda Chi Gazelles
2004-2005 Hung Jury Tri-Delta
2005-2006 FCA FCA
2006-2007 FCA Tri-Delta
2007-2008 Hot Carls Manhands
2008-2009 Sig Ep Manhands
2009-2010 Pike Manhands
2010-2011 Sig Ep Purple Parrots
2011-2012 Sig Ep Manhands
2012-2013 Krummy Plumpkins

WyoColo

2013-2014 Lambda Chi

WyoColo



Eligibility

All University of Wyoming students, faculty, and staff who meet intramural eligibility requirements are permitted to compete.

Entry Information

A. Overall Campus Champion Entries

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. Entries are available to men’s and women’s teams only. Co-recreational teams are not eligible to compete for the Overall Campus Championship.

  1. 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.).

  1. 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

  1. A team may enter as many teams as they would like for each sport.

  1. A team may enter as many individuals as they would like for each individual sport.

  1. A team may enter as many teams as they would like for each dual sport.

Point System

A. Participation Points

  1. A team will receive 50 participation points for each team entered in a team sport.

  1. A team will receive 25 points for each individual entered in an individual or dual sport.
    Note: If two males or females from the same team are partners in a dual sport, both persons will receive the full 25 participation points.

B. Bonus Points

  1. Bonus points are awarded to both teams and individuals that place in the top eight in post-season or tournament play.

  1. An entry in Division A offers the most bonus points. An entry in Division B offers less bonus points than Division A but more bonus points then Division C. An entry in Division C offers the least amount of bonus points.
  1. If a team has more than one team in a division, bonus points will only be awarded to the team that advances the farthest.
    Note: All teams will still receive full participation points.
  1. In individual and dual sport competition, all individuals representing a team are eligible for bonus points.
    Note: If two males or females from the same team are partners in a dual sport, both individuals will receive full bonus points.
  1. Table of Points

     

Team Table of Points
A Division* B Division C Division
Final Standing Points Final Standing Points Final Standing Points
1st 100 1st 75 1st 50
2nd 85 2nd 65 2nd 35
3rd & 4th 70 3rd & 4th 55 3rd & 4th 25
5th - 8th 55 5th - 8th 45 5th - 8th 15


Individual/Dual Table of Points
A Division* B Division
Final Standing Points Final Standing Points
1st 30 1st 20
2nd 25 2nd 15
3rd & 4th 20 3rd & 4th 10
5th - 8th 15 5th - 8th 5


*In sports without divisions, A division bonus points will be awarded.

C. Point Deductions

  1. All teams and individuals entered by a team are eligible for point deductions.

  1. Forfeits
    • A team will lose 25 points for each forfeit in a team sport.
    • A team will lose 10 points for each forfeit in an individual/dual sport.
  2. Defaults
    • Defaults do not result in the loss of points if proper notification is given to the Intramural Sports Office.

D. Officiating Points

  1. A team will receive 25 points for each official they have in any team sport.

E. Co-Recreational Points

  1. Point values do not change in co-recreational competition.

  1. Team Play
    • Teams may join with other teams entered in the overall competition or with teams that are not entered. In either situation, teams will be eligible for points.
    • A team may enter as many co-rec teams in a sport as they would like and will receive full participation points for all team. All teams will be subject to point deductions. However, if two or more teams are in the same division, only the team that advances the farthest will be awarded bonus points.
    • If a men’s and women’s team, both entered in the Overall Campus Championship race are paired in a co-rec division, both teams will receive the full amount of points earned. Teams will not have to split the amount of points earned.
  1. Dual Sport Play
    • If a male and female, representing teams in the Overall Campus Championship race, are entered as partners in a dual sport, both individuals will be qualified for the full amount of participation and bonus points and will also eligible for point deductions.

Scorekeeping

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.

Awards

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.

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