By Kristine Felva P. Licup
For the fourth consecutive year, the College of Business Administration (CBA) won as overall Intramural games champion held last Dec 1-6.
The college also bagged the Perpetual Trophy last year for having topped the Intramurals three years in a row.
CBA governor Argie Victor Gadiana, said he was in “cloud nine” when CBA was announced as champion.
“Our fourth consecutive win proves that we are still the home of the champions. All the hardships of the college paid off,” he said.
Gadiana also said this win shows how united the college is.
“All throughout the intramurals week, we showed everyone that the CBA family is one strong and bonded family,” he said.
He added that the college supported their athletes all out not only through moral support but also financially by making sure their athletes were “well fed and taken care of.”
Barbi Ann Jane, CBA softball player and basketball women’s Most Valuable Player, said they trained and played “hard enough to beat the other teams” and win the trophy.
“The pain, bruises, scars and sunburn were nothing. I’m glad all the time spent for training, our efforts and the college’s support were not put to waste because we won the championship,” she said.
Jane added that although she is happy they won, “the real victory was the friendship created among athletes and teams.”
Next to CBA, the College of Education and School of Basic Education was declared first runner-up while the College of Engineering and Design and the College of Arts and Sciences finished as second and third runners-up respectively.
CBA will have a thanksgiving party on Dec. 14 at the CBA parking lot.