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Fraternity & Sorority Life Cup

The Campus Recreation & Intramurals FSL Cup Point System has been developed for members of Fraternity & Sorority Life organizations to encourage widespread participation in intramural sports. Points are awarded to each team in all sports for participation and post-season final standings. All points earned by a team in any league, tournament, or individual/dual sports will count toward the final points standings at the conclusion of the Spring semester.

All participating organizations must comply with eligibility requirements in order to participate in the FSL Cup (see IM Sports Handbook – Divisions of Competition – Fraternity & Sorority Life). All team members must comply with participant eligibility requirements in order for a participating team to be eligible to earn points.

FSL Scoreboard


Competition Guidelines

Points will be accumulated during the August to April school year. Total points will be calculated by the Intramural Sports Program Director at the conclusion of the Spring semester. Chapters can register separate teams in the Independent Divisions (competitive or recreational) for additional participation points.

If a Fraternity or Sorority League is offered, each chapter can register one team in the Fraternity or Sorority League. Chapters can register separate teams in the Independent Divisions (competitive or recreational) for additional participation points.

In the event there are not enough teams to form a separate Fraternity or Sorority League, a chapter may earn participation points for regular season participation by registering a team in the most competitive Independent league. Points will still be awarded for post-season play if there is not a separate Fraternity or Sorority tournament, so long as the chapter is registered in the most competitive division.

In the event an organization is academically ineligible according to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, it will remain eligible for participation in intramural sports and post-season play. However, the organization will receive participation points associated with the event but will not receive points for placing in the post-season tournament.

 

Scoring

Competitive points:

  • 10 points for all wins (only the first 8 registered teams per Chapter are eligible for points)
  • 20 points for championships (all registered teams are eligible)
  • 10 points for playoff byes (all registered teams are eligible)

Sportsmanship Points:

  • -10 points for any rating below a 3.0

Participation Points:

  • 50 points for registering a team for league sports (maximum of 400 points)
  • 25 points for registering a team for individual/dual sports (maximum 200 points)
  • -25 points for the first forfeit in league sports
  • -30 points for the first forfeit in individual/dual sports
  • -30 points for the second forfeit

Note: for points to be credited to a chapter, the team name must be the name of the chapter. If a chapter has more than one team they must differentiate teams by adding a number to the end of their team name (Alpha Tau Omega (1), Alpha Tau Omega (2), etc.)


Past Winners

2017-2018
Fraternity:

Pi Kappa Phi

Sorority:

Alpha Delta Pi

Housing Cup

The Georgia Southern Housing Cup with Campus Recreation & Intramurals was developed to crown the best residence hall on Georgia Southern’s Campus! We also want to promote fun, competitive, and recreational incentives for Housing residents to be engaged on-campus. Points are awarded to each residence hall for participation and success in designated Intramural Sports, and participation in other designated CRI events.

All participating halls must comply with eligibility requirements in order to be eligible to participate in the point system (see IM Sports Handbook). All team members must comply with participant eligibility requirements in order for a participating team to be eligible to earn points. Additionally, all members of a Residence Hall team must be a student living in a residence hall.

Scoreboard


Points System

Intramural Sports Participation

  • All participating organizations must comply with eligibility requirements in order to be eligible to participate in the point system (see IM Sports Handbook). All team members must comply with participant eligibility requirements in order for a participating team to be eligible to earn points. Additionally, all members of a Residence Hall team must be a student living in a residence hall.
  • Points will be accumulated during the August to April school year. Total points will be calculated by the Intramural Sports Program Director at the conclusion of the Spring semester. Residence Halls can register separate teams in the Independent Divisions (competitive or recreational) for additional participation points.
  • Scoring
  • Competitive points:

    • 10 points for all wins
    • 20 points for championships
    • 10 points for playoff byes

    Sportsmanship Points:

    • -10 points for any rating below a 3.0

    Participation Points:

    • 50 points for registering a team for league sports (maximum of 400 points)
    • 25 points for registering a team for individual/dual sports (maximum 200 points)
    • -20 points for the first forfeit in league sports
    • -30 points for the first forfeit in individual/dual sports
    • -30 points for the second forfeit

Note: for points to be credited to a Hall the team name must be the name of the specific Residence Hall. If a Residence Hall has more than one team they must differentiate teams by adding a number to the end of their team name (Centennial Place (1), Centennial Place (2), etc.)

Special Event Participation

  • Points will be accumulated during the August to April school year. Total points will be calculated by the Assistant Director of Housing with the assistance of RHA at the conclusion of the Spring semester. The total points accumulated for Special Events will be communicated to the Intramural Sports Program to update the online scoreboard.
  • Scoring
    • 2 points for every resident who registers, attends, and/or participates (no maximum this year to see if it is a real problem)

The hall receiving the highest total number of points from Intramural Sports participation and special events participation will be awarded the Housing Cup.


League Sports and Special Events
Special Event Date
CL Training August 8
Battleship August 21
Dive-In Movie September 14
True Blue 5K October 6
Halloween High Ropes October 31
Polar Bear Plunge January 25
Fresh Check Day February 8
Glow Madness March 28
Award winner hall and invite to banquet for recognition April

Past Winners

2017-2018

Southern Pines

Last updated: 9/20/2018