Thank you to all of you who came out to join us a couple weekends ago for the Homecoming celebrations. We were so happy to see all of the alumni back in the house to enjoy a great weekend.
Fall festivities have been abounding around the Club. Two Thursdays ago, Cannon took members to the Field of Terror in Central Jersey. It was a ton of fun going through the Haunted House and taking a trip on the Haunted Hayride as well. It was a great way to get in the Halloween Spirit!
Just this past week we hosted a pumpkin carving study break. It was a huge hit and we had the whole club smelling like fresh pumpkin (I’ll let you decide if thats a good or bad thing). We have nearly 20 carved pumpkins as decorations set up around the Club so roll through if you want to see the work that was done! Below is a little CDE themed pumpkin!
Varsity Sports Update
The football team continues to march on in their winning ways winning the last three games relatively handily. Again, our Cannon offensive team members continue to roll. The new breakdown of Cannon offensive success is as follows: Cannon football team members have been involved in 43 out of 46 touchdowns scored on the year… Cannon members have thrown for 19 touchdown passes, caught 17 touchdown passes, and rushed for 24 touchdowns. The defense has been pretty ridiculous as well holding opponents to less than 10 points per game as well. They look to stay undefeated but it will be a test next week as they take on Dartmouth, the other undefeated team in the Ivy League. Show out to give your support to the team next Saturday at Powers Field!
The women’s soccer team takes on Penn next weekend and will win the league with a win. They have been hot as of late so be sure to roll through their game if you are in the area as they look to add another Ivy League championship to their collection.
The Club brought home two championships this past week. Jesper Horsted and Andrew Diehl brought home the IM Spikeball championship and the team of Allison Glossinger, Rawlison Zhang, Jeff Hollis, Jeff Lee, and Andrew Diehl brought home the Sang Volleyball Championship. Both teams were undefeated en route to their championship wins. The Club looks to retain the Intramural Overall Champions Cup. We have won the past two years and don’t plan on relinquishing the title.