Snow College Hosts Soccer Intramurals

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Snow College holds soccer intramurals every semester. In the fall they’re played outside, and in the spring they’re indoor to compensate for the cold weather and snow. This semester has been no different from every other semester, except for how the men’s intramural soccer turned out.

There were three different men’s teams competing, but only one actually showed up every time they were scheduled to play. That was team “Golazo”. Golazo means ‘amazing goal’ in spanish.

Golazo only ended up playing two actual games, the rest were won by forfeit because the other teams didn’t show up, or didn’t show up with enough players to compete. Because of this, Golazo won the championship.

Bryce Thatcher was a member of the Golazo team, and he has been playing soccer for about 14 years. “It was really fun when we were able to play the other teams, but I wish more people would’ve showed up. However, soccer’s always fun for me.”

Bryce also played on a co-ed intramural team called “Slim-jim-dandy”. Slim-jim-dandy was knocked out early in the playoffs. “Our team was just a fun, great group of friends playing soccer. Even though we didn’t win, the games had a good atmosphere. It was awesome to play.”

For more information about intramurals, interested students can contact Carol Green at carol.green@snow.edu.

Intramural soccer team celebrate their victory at the Snow College Intramural competition.

Intramural soccer team celebrate their victory at the Snow College Intramural competition.

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