Highly Anticipated Greek Week Chariot Race Postponed


Sean Nolan

Members of Alpha Chi Rho practice their pyramid routine during the Greek Week obstacle course on April 3.

Bailey Noel, Chief Photographer

One of the most anticipated events for Greek Week opening weekend, the chariot race, had to be postponed Sunday due to inclimate weather. It is currently unknown when the event will be rescheduled to take place.

Despite the rain on Sunday, brothers, and sisters across campus carried on participating in the sorority balloon battle, obstacle course, and dodgeball. Zeta Tau Alpha won the all-new balloon battle event.

Delta Zeta came out on top of the sororities in the obstacle course and Sigma Tau Gamma secured first for the fraternities, and for the final event of the day, Delta Zeta dodged their way to first place in dodgeball alongside Delta Tau Delta who placed first in the fraternities.

Before the rain on Sunday, Greek Week participants were able to compete outside Saturday at the North Athletic Complex while playing lawn games. Spikeball was won by the Kappa Delta Rho and the Delta Phi Epsilon, while Delta Tau Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha placed first in cornhole.

The afternoon closed out with Alpha Chi Rho and Delta Zeta winning the final lawn game of the afternoon, Ladder Golf.

Volleyball was held inside later that night at the Rec Center where Delta Tau Delta and Delta Phi Epsilon captured wins.

At the end of day two, Phi Mu Delta is currently in first place for fraternities, and Delta Zeta is leading the sororities.

On the schedule for Monday, Tug of war will be on the Nicholson Lawn at 5 p.m., and the trivia event will be in Massey Theater later Monday night.