Intramurals at Hope!

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Hey everyone!

Hope you’re week is going well. This week has
been going full-blast with one activity after the next. Another intramural
season has ended. I played women’s indoor soccer, co-ed inner tube water polo,
and co-ed volleyball. All of my teams went pretty far in the playoffs, except for
soccer where I had a concussion at out first playoff game. Last night our volleyball
team lost in the championship game. It was an intense game, we played 3 games
and the other team won 15-13. Our team was really bummed, but we had a ton of fun playing together.

Intramurals have been a great way for me to get
to know more people. Plus, I really enjoy playing on a team. This school year I
won two championships: one in tennis and the other in flag football. Every time
you win a championship everyone on your team gets an intramural championship
t-shirt. Since t-shirts are what you win in the finals, the championship games
are always pretty heated.

Here are 5 Reasons to Join a College Intramural Sports Team

1. Intramurals are an amazing stress reliever.

2. They provide great exercise.

3. They’re a great way to meet people.

4. There can be leadership opportunities.

5. It’s one of the best ways to have fun.

I hope this post inspired you to join an intramural team at Hope. I really enjoy playing with friends and meeting new people. Plus they are the perfect study break. I definitely recommend checking out Hope’s intramural website so you can see all of the fun sports Hope has to offer.

Have a fun weekend!

Published by Colleen Quick

My name is Colleen and I'm from Springfield, IL and am a Senior this year! I am studying International Business and Spanish. I have been involved with a variety of groups and activities on campus such as: Business Club, Student Alumni Leadership Council, Volunteer Services Committee, Student Congress, Mortar Board, Intramurals, HEI, Dance Marathon, and other activities. I love Hope College and the people here! So blessed to be living in Holland and attending Hope :]