Flag Football Playoffs
Men’s Independent Championship:

Outkast- 22
America’s Pastime- 21

In the Intramural Championship for the Men’s Open Division, in a game that pitted the top 2 seeds, America’s Pastime and Outkast, against each other, it was only fitting that the season came down to the last play of the game in overtime. After keeping the ball himself, and scampering in for a 11-yard touchdown run to close the deficit to 1, Outkast captain and quarterback Erik Guanche chose to attempt a 2-point conversion, and the win, on the extra point. After rolling outside the pocket and buying himself plenty of time, Guanche managed to find wide receiver Ryan Pascual cutting across the back of the endzone, drenched in tight coverage, for the score and triumph. Guanche’s guts paid off as Outkast was crowned the Open Champion for the 2001 season. America’s Pastime quarterback T.J. “The Worm Prunty managed to finish 12-for-24 for 145 yards with 3 TDs and one interception. Guanche accumulated 127 yards on 7-for-14 passing, with 3 TDs total (2 rushing, 1 passing). He also managed to ring up 83 yards on the ground, with 2 INTs.

Greek Championship:
Alpha Sigma Phi- 19
Pi Kappa Alpha- 13

Men’s Campus Championship:

Outkast- 28
Alpha Sigma Phi- 0

After a very long Flag Football season, one team was crowned champion while all the other teams looked on. This game brought the undefeated and number one ranked Outkast, also the Labor Day Flag Football Champion, versus the Greek Champion Alpha Sigma Phi. Outkast showed why they were the better team by displaying a stifling defense and unstoppable offensive attack as they shutout Alpha Sig 28-0. After an Outkast stand on defense, Alpha Sig was forced to punt from deep in their own zone. Ryan Pascual took the punt and eventually pitched the ball to Erik Guanche who dashed 65 yards down the sideline for a touchdown and the game winning score. As the 1st half was coming to a close Sergio Sardinas intercepted an errant pass, his second of the game, and pitched it to Pascual who zigzagged and tiptoed his way into the end zone as time expired. Outkast added the extra point to put the halftime score at 13-0. Outkast started the 2nd half with the ball and moved right down the field that resulted in a Guanche 32-yd scamper for a touchdown. All the Outkast offensive scoring ended with a touchdown pass from Guanche to Ugo Nwandike for 6 yards who also added another catch for 26 yards. Alpha Sig QB Ruben Rivera completed 7 of 9 for 89 yards passing. His top receiver was Dax Pedraza who caught 4 passes for 62 yards. Outkast QB Erik Guanche completed 10 of 13 for 138 yards passing with one touchdown. He also rushed 3 times for 70 yards and a touchdown. The MVP of this game goes to the Outkast defense that caused 3 interceptions and 7 sacks including a safety as well as totally shutting down the Alpha Sig offensive attack.

Women’s Campus Championship:
Scrubs- 6
Tri Delta- 0

The 2001 Flag Football Champions will be introduced at tomorrow’s game at the Orange Bowl against Syracuse!

Hui Aloha- 2
Kickin Canes- 0

Gables- 4
Sherm- 3

Genocide- 5
GBSA 2- 2

Sigma Phi Epsilon- 1
Alpha Sigma Phi- 0

Sigma Alpha Mu- 2 (OT)
Pi Kappa Alpha- 1

Alpha Epsilon Pi- 2
Kappa Sigma- 0

Sigma Chi- 2
Phi Delta Theta- 1

Soccer for Dummies- 4

Men Free Agents- 4
ACS Men- 0

Latin America F.C.- 3
Reggae Ruffians- 0

Predators F.C.- 5
GBSA 1- 3

Kirk Tracy Memorial F.C.- 3
High Rollaz- 1

Tri Delta- 2
Delta Gamma- 1

Sigma Delta Tau- 2
Delta Phi Epsilon- 1

November 16, 2001


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