Athletics

Indiana Beta has enjoyed much success in this fall’s intramural season. As seen below, we have won 3 championships and were runner-ups to 4 championships as well. We also had multiple teams in the same sport do equally well and win the championship and runner-up, such as our floor hockey teams who played each other in the finals. Indiana Beta continues its storied past as an athletic powerhouse amongst fraternities at Purdue University, and we look forward to a promising Spring 2015 semester.


 

Statistics for the Fall 2014 Semester

  • Overall Intramural Record:  90-72-2
  • Playoff Record:  53-33
  • Championships:  Sand Volleyball, Floor Hockey, and Indoor Volleyball
  • Runner-Ups:  Sand Volleyball, Floor Hockey, 2-Man Golf Scramble, and Cornhole
  • Final Fours:  Flag Football, Cornhole, Sports Trivia
  • 65 of 79 (82%) of in-house brothers participated in at least 1 intramural sport
  • 29 of 42 (69%) of out-of-house brothers on-campus participated in at least 1 intramural sport
  • 94 of 121 (78%) of active brothers at Purdue participated in at least 1 intramural sport

 


 

Statistics for the 2013-2014 Year

  • 26 Teams
  • 53 Total Victories
  • Greek Week Volleyball Champions
  • Sand Volleyball Quarterfinals
  • Basketball Champions
  • Water Polo Runner-ups

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Statistics for the 2012-2013 Year

  • 25 Teams
  • 41 Total Victories
  • Floor Hockey Champions
  • Sand Volleyball Champions
  • Walleyball Runner-Up
  • 5v5 Basketball Invitational Runner-Up

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Recent Donors

  • Robert S. Sternberger ’42
  • Richard W. Butler ’53
  • William N. Vinovich ’62
  • J. Michael Kensill ’71
  • Bradley L. Benhart ’92
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