Events

COIN WARS

MONDAY  - THURSDAY  •  10AM-2PM  •  OREO

EVENT EXPLANATION
Coin Wars will be held Monday-Thursday from 10:00 AM until 2:30 PM at the Oreo. Each day will count as 1-coin war competition. Each Chapter will have their own jar or bucket for coin wars. The totals will be added at the end of each day and regular placement scoring will be applied. Each chapter in each team score for coin wars will be added each day to follow regular placement scoring for the total amount of coins per team. Coins will be donated to the North Light Community.

EVENT RULES
Only coins may be permitted. Bills and checks will result in a subtraction from the teams score for that day. Coins may not be counted if they are added after 2:30 PM sharp. Only your chapter members may insert coins into your jar or bucket. Order of Omega officials will be monitoring this.

EVENT SCORING
Regular Placement scoring will be applied each day for individual chapters, and team totals.

  • 1st Place - 10 pts
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

BLOOD DRIVE

MONDAY  APRIL 8 • 10AM-8PM • EAST LOUNGE DOUGHERTY

EVENT EXPLANATION
Members from every team/chapter will make appointments to donate blood on the American Red Cross website using a code to find Greek Weeks blood drive on April 8th. The chapter with the highest percentage of members donating will be the winner of the event. We understand that not everyone can donate due to medical and travel reasons. but we are requiring that you donate blood to be counted towards your team/chapter’s percentage.

EVENT RULES

Chapters will be awarded 10 points if 1/5 of their chapter members attend and donate blood. Members who go and sign in but are unable to participate due to lack of capacity or issues related to not being able to donate will still be counted. (This number is subject to change the week before the event). Order of Omega members will sign each person in and count their letters. SPIRIT/ attendance scores will be used for team participation and individual chapter participation. Standard placement scoring will be used for teams and individual chapters based off their SPIRIT/ attendance scores. Individual chapter SPIRIT/ attendance scores and placement scores will not be added to the teams overall score in this case; only the chapters score.

EVENT SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pts
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

BONE MARROW DRIVE

MONDAY  APRIL 8  •  10AM-3PM  •  VILLANOVA ROOM, CONNELLY

EVENT EXPLANATION
Members from each team/chapter will go to join the registry for bone marrow donations. You can only be entered into the system once, so please send chapter members who have never done this/ new chapter members. Chapter members who have registered in previous years are ineligible to participate. Chapters will be awarded if a certain percentage of their chapter members attend and are registered for the bone marrow drive.

EVENT SCORING
This event has unique scoring. You must follow letter check in and team procedures to be counted towards this event for both your individual chapter, and team scores.

Scoring for the TEAM
25% of Team - 10 Points
20% of Team - 5 Points
15% of Team - 4 Points
10% of Team – 3 Points
7% of Team - 1 Points

Teams who exceed more than 25% participation receive 20 points added to their overall team score.

Scoring for Individual Chapters
25% of Chapter - 10 Points
20% of Chapter - 5 Points
15% of Chapter - 4 Points
10% of Chapter – 3 Points
7% of Chapter - 1 Points

Chapters who exceed more than 25% participation receives 20 points added to their overall individual chapter score. These points will not be added to the team score; only the chapters score.

GUEST SPEAKER - JAMES ROBILOTTA

MONDAY, APRIL 8  •  7PM  •  VILLANOVA ROOM, CONNELLY
Individual Chapter Event

EVENT EXPLANATION
This year we are beyond excited to bring you one of the best guest-speakers for Fraternity and Sorority Life! We are welcoming James Robilotta to our campus. He is an author, professional speaker, personal coach, entrepreneur, Oh, and a trained stand-up and improv comedian! This event is dedicated to chapter leadership, to help our leaders dive into who they truly are as a leader in their organization. James Robilotta is a proud brother of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. He is also a well-known guest speaker who can make you laugh, cry and reflect all in one speech. He will talk to you about what it is like to lead authentically and to truly be yourself in the midst of leadership. This speech may leave you feeling motivated, inspired, giddy, and ready to make a real change in yourself and others. To learn more about James and his mission, please visit http://www.jamestrobo.com.

EVENT RULES
Each chapter will be assigned a designated number of members to attend this event due to space concerns. This event is mandatory, so your chapter must send the number of members that have been assigned to you. Your advisors will also be invited, but please do not include them in your headcount because we have left separate spaces for them. You must try your best to send members who hold leadership positions in your chapters, or members who are interested in holding leadership positions in the future. If your chapter fails to send the assigned number of members to this speech, you will be disqualified from Greek Week or be deducted a total of 100 points from your overall score. Remember, this event is an amazing opportunity for all of you, so please do not waste it. Order of Omega will not allow your chapter members to exceed the assigned number of members, and any member trying to get in after that will be denied at the door.

EVENT SCORING
This is a mandatory event. You must send the designated number of chapter members that was assigned to your individual chapter or you will be disqualified from Greek Week or deducted 100 points in total from your chapter score. If you send the assigned number of members to this speaker performance, you will receive 100 points added to your overall Greek Week Score. You must assign alternate chapter members in the case of an emergency in which a member cannot show up last minute. Scoring for this event may be changed due to circumstance, which will be up to the Order of Omega President and Order of Omega Advisor. There are very few exceptions for missing any members during this event. Order of Omega members will be conducting a strict letter-check in for this event.

 

CAN CASTLE COMPETITION

TUESDAY  •  APRIL 9  •  10AM-2:30PM  •  OREO

EVENT EXPLANATION
The purpose of this event is to collect cans of food to be donated to the North light Community Food Bank. Food to be collected for the event should be CANS ONLY. All food must also be nonperishable. The number of items will be counted for each chapter. To help the judges count, each chapter is required to bring a preliminary count of food items they have collected. Each chapter must have its items present for counting by 10:30 AM at the center of the Oreo on Tuesday, April 9th.  Each chapter will work with their assigned team to build a large and creative can castle throughout the day. The castle building may begin after all individual chapter cans are counted at 12 PM and then finished by 1:30 PM-no exceptions and judged by 2 PM to announce the winning team. Each chapter must have TWO of its members (or 30% for chapters with less than 2 members) present to build the castle. There should always be two members from each chapter present to help build the can castle unless the chapter has less than 2 members total. Members may rotate in and out by tagging someone else in to build, but there may never be more than 10 people total working on the can castle at once. Judging will occur at 1:30 PM sharp. YOU MAY ONLY HAVE 10 Builders at a time per team, divided equally among chapters in each team!

Chapters will receive individual scores for the number of cans per member and teams will also receive a total score for the actual can castles. Counting for individual chapters will begin at the Oreo at 10:30 AM sharp to be counted before can castle building begins at 12 PM. If a chapter does not show up with all their cans at 10:30 AM to have their cans counted before team building, they may only receive a team score for this event. You can bring your cans early to be safe!!!!! Team scores will be scored on placement guidelines.

Each chapter will receive an additional five points if they have members present to help clean up at the end of the event at 2:30 PM. These points will be awarded to the team score and individual chapter scores to be tallied at the end of the week.

EVENT RULES

  1. Each chapter is required to bring at least three non-perishable can items per member for five participation points. Chapters who bring five items per member will receive 10 points. Chapters who bring 10 items per member wil1 receive 20 points.
  2. All castles will be limited to 200 food items as building materials. Any surplus cans brought by the chapter can be used by other organizations who do not have 200 items to build with but have met the minimum of two items per member.
  3. Food items will be counted between 11:15 AM and 12 PM. No cans may be added after 12 PM. Castles must be fully built by 1:30 PM. Judging will occur from 1:30-2 PM.
  4. Only cans can be used to build the castles. No tape or glue can be used.
  5. If a team is not present at 12:00 PM or does not have a preliminary count by 12:00 PM, the team will receive an automatic disqualification and a deduction of 50 points from their overall team score. If a chapter is not present by 12 PM to participate for their team, they will receive a point deduction of 25 points from their individual chapter score.
  6. Any canned item will be considered one item. Any other non-perishables will be determined at the discretion of the Order of Omega Executive Board.
  7. DO NOT remove the labels from the canned goods nor from other items to be donated. No Ramen Noodle products will be accepted - Stick to Cans!
  8. Each Chapter is responsible for loading their goods onto the trucks in boxes and/or bags at 2:00PM when the Food Bank Truck arrives. Teams will not be awarded any points if they do not have at least 5 members of their team loading their goods onto the trucks. Teams will receive a 10-point deduction from their overall score if no members are present to load the trucks. Chapters will receive an additional 5-point deduction if none of its members are present for their team to load the trucks.
  9. Every chapter in each team should be represented in can castle building, even if they are simply waiting to be tagged in.

EVENT SCORING
The castles will be judged by a panel of judges on the following criteria:

  • Imagination
  • Artistic I Aesthetic Quality
  • Creativity
  • Size may be considered

Judges will rank the can castles and present their decisions to the Order of Omega Executive Board. Chapters will also receive points based upon the number of cans donated, as specified in the Event Rules. Teams will receive normal placement points for the building portion of the competition based on the decision of the judges. Chapters will also be scored on the placement points scale on how many cans they provided per member for North Light. Chapter ranking scores on the placement scale will be added to their individual chapter points and in addition, added to their teams overall score. Think of this like Harry Potter, when he does something good he gets his own credit (your chapter), but he also gets points for Gryffindor (your team).

TEAM POINTS/INDIVIDUAL CHAPTER POINTS

  • 1st Place - 10 pts
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

GREEK WEEK QUIZZO

TUESDAY  •  APRIL 9  •  8:30PM  •  CAFE NOVA

EVENT EXPLANATION
Each round is a series of rounds of 10 questions. The individual rounds may have a theme, such as, history, sports, academic disciplines, Villanova, or Greek Life themed etc.

EVENT RULES

  1. Teams will consist of a maximum of 8 people.
  2. Play will consist of 5 rounds of 10 trivia questions.
  3. Each chapter in each team should be represented at this event if possible (we understand that some chapters are too small to be able to send someone).
  4. Each team may choose to select one round to count as a bonus round.
  5. At the end of the round the host will reread the questions and then give teams 90 seconds to tum in their answer sheets.
  6. No communication between teams and spectators is allowed.
  7. Electronic Devices will be collected at the beginning of the event.
  8. In the event of a tie between teams, a sudden death bonus round will take place.
  9. There are no spectators allowed in the room during the event.
  10. Any suspected cheating will result in immediate disqualification, no warnings will be given.

EVENT SCORING
The host will score the event based on 1 point per correct answer with a maximum of 60 points available since one round may be counted as double.  Teams will be scored in order of who has the most points, and then scored based on the placement points (see below).

SPIRIT/ attendance points will also be scored to be applied to individual chapter scores and team scores. However, chapters will be deducted 10 points from their individual chapter scores if no members are present.  Individual chapter absences will not result in a deduction from the team score, but only the individual chapter score.

  • 1st Place - 10 pts
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

LIP SYNC

WEDNESDAY  •  APRIL 10  •  6:30PM  •  CONNELLY CINEMA
Individual Chapter Event

EVENT EXPLANATION
Lip Sync will be an individual chapter competition, no more than 4 members per chapter and no less than 1.  Chapters will be deducted 10 points from their individual chapter score if they do not participate in this event. Members will pick one full song to lip sync on stage, dancing and choreography are allowed. If the song relates to the Greek Week theme, 2 additional points will be rewarded to each chapter individual and team score.

EVENT RULES

  1. YOUR CHAPTER MUST SEND THE ASSIGNED NUMBER OF MEMBERS TO THIS EVENT, NO LESS AND NO MORE.
  2. In the case of an absence, your chapter must assign alternates to attend this event.
  3. Order of Omega will not allow your chapter members to exceed the assigned number of members, and any member trying to get in after that will be denied at the door.
  4. There will be no less than 1 and no more than 4 participants in the performance, otherwise a five-point deduction will be made from the chapter's Lip Sync score.
  5. The length of the song/performance including set up and break down shall not exceed seven minutes. Disqualification will result if the skit exceeds the time limit.
  6. Prompt cleanup of the stage is a priority. Points will be deducted if the stage is not cleaned; "cleaned" at the discretion of the judges and Order of Omega.
  7. Music must be provided by the chapter and be relevant to the performance. There will be no live presentations with microphones.
  8. All tapes/CDs that the chapter will use, and any lighting and sound instructions must be handed in to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority by April 3.  Failure to do so will result in that chapter not being able to perform its act. This will be strictly enforced.
  9. All those participating in Lip Sync will sign the Lip Sync Waiver.
  10. Nudity will not be tolerated and will result in an automatic disqualification.
  11. No open flames of any kind are to be used (sparklers, lighters, etc.) Use will result in an automatic disqualification.
  12. Greek Week Alcohol Policy will be strictly enforced.
  13. Chapter members may begin line up outside of the Cinema at 6:30 PM. The event will start no later than 7:15 PM.
  14. All chapter members, wishing to attend and/or participate in Lip Sync, must be in line. Their space in line may not be saved by another chapter member and/or friend.
  15. There will be no stunts, pyramids, basket tosses. If something is questionable, please have it approved by Fraternity and Sorority Life in advance.
  16. No tape will be permitted to hang decorations.
  17. No glitter or powder
  18. For every 3 new members participating, there must be at least one old member participating as well.
  19. Each participant must have their Wildcards on them immediately prior to going on stage and can have one-chapter representative stand with them to aid in collecting the cards.

EVENT SCORING
Each chapter will be ranked individually on a scale from 1-9 in the following categories:

  • Creativity
  • Connectedness with the crowd
  • Unity of Performers/Teamwork
  • Entertainment Value

A placement score will be used for this event. Judges may be Order of Omega members, Fraternity and Sorority staff or another on-campus faculty. Order of Omega members will not score their own chapters. Individual chapter placement scores will be added to their team score as well. Think of this like Harry Potter, when he does something good he gets his own credit (your chapter), but he also gets points for Gryffindor (your team).

SPIRIT/ attendance points will also be scored to be applied to individual chapter scores and team scores. However, chapters will be deducted 10 points from their individual chapter scores if no members are present.  Individual chapter absences will not result in a deduction from the team score, but only the individual chapter score

EVENT SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • s2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

SKIT NIGHT

THURSDAY  •  APRIL 11  •  7:00PM  •  JAKE NEVIN
Individual Chapter Event

EVENT EXPLANATION
The purpose of Skit Night is for the members of a fraternity or sorority to perform a skit for the rest of the Greek community. Each chapter may perform one act with no fewer than five and no more than 20 of its members in the skit. The theme of each Chapter's skit is due to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life by Wednesday, April 3. This event is not a team performance, it is an individual chapter performance, but points will be given to that chapter’s team and the chapters individual score.

Each organization must submit a CD for the act it will perform to the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office by Wednesday, April 3. Failure to do so will result in that chapter not being able to perform its act. This will be strictly enforced.

Participation in skit is dependent on your chapter's participation in the three philanthropic events during the week: Blood Drive. Coin Wars and Can Castle.

Failure to participate in any of these events will result in your chapter's inability to perform in skit. This will be strictly enforced

EVENT RULES

  1. There will be no less than five and no more than 20 participants in the skit, otherwise a five-point deduction will be made from the chapter's skit score.
  2. The length of the skit including set up and break down shall not exceed seven minutes. Disqualification will result if the skit exceeds the time limit.
  3. Prompt cleanup of the stage is a priority. Points will be deducted if the stage is not cleaned; "cleaned" at the discretion of the judges and Order of Omega.
  4. Props and music must be provided by the chapter and be relevant to the skit. There will be no live presentations with microphones.
  5. All tapes/CDs that the chapter will use, and any lighting and sound instructions must be handed in to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority by April 3.  Failure to do so will result in that chapter not being able to perform its act. This will be strictly enforced.
  6. All those participating in Skit will sign the Skit Night Waiver
  7. Nudity will not be tolerated and will result in an automatic disqualification.
  8. No open flames of any kind are to be used (sparklers, lighters, etc.) Use will result in an automatic disqualification.
  9. Greek Week Alcohol Policy will be strictly enforced.
  10. There will be a $5 entrance fee, 3$ donated to Northern Light and 2$ will be paid to the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society to cover Greek Week expenses. If any chapter members evade the entrance fee by "sneaking in" their chapter will be immediately disqualified and that individual will be asked to leave the fieldhouse.
  11. Chapter members may line up outside of the Fieldhouse at 6:00PM. Any chapter that begins to line up before 6:00PM will be disqualified.
  12. All chapter members, wishing to attend and/or participate in Skit Night, must be in line. Their space in line may not be saved by another chapter member and/or friend.
  13. No props or skit participants will be allowed inside Jake Nevin before the doors are opened to the public. All skit participants must stand in line for general admission and must pay the entrance fee. If any chapter members are found inside the field house before the doors are opened, the chapter will be immediately disqualified from skit. There will be no exceptions!
  14. There will be no stunts, pyramids, basket tosses. If something is questionable, please have it approved by Fraternity and Sorority Life in advance.
  15. No tape will be permitted to hang decorations.
  16. No glitter or powder
  17. Everyone participating and attending skit must pay the entrance fee. This will be strictly enforced, and there will be security.
  18. For every 3 new members participating, there must be at least one old member participating as well.
  19. Each participant must have their Wildcards on them immediately prior to going on stage and can have one-chapter representative stand with them to aid in collecting the cards.

EVENT SCORING
Each chapter will be ranked individually on a scale from 1-9 in the following categories:

  • Creativity
  • Story line
  • Unity of Performers / Teamwork
  • Spirit (Skit and Chapter)
  • Entertainment Value

Chapter scores will be counted towards their team score and individual chapter score to be tallied at the end of the week.

Each rank may be used a total of one time per category. A panel of judges will be responsible for scoring all skits. They will be granted time in between skits to take notes on previous acts. At the end of all skits, the judges will conclude their rankings and tum in the numbers to the Order of Omega Executive Board. The Greek Week Chairperson will be responsible for tallying all scores and determining the winner.   Normal placement scoring will be used thereafter.

SCORING FOR SKIT NIGHT

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

FIELD DAY EVENTS

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  2:00PM - 6:00PM

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FIELD DAY: EACH FIELD DAY EVENT (TUG OF WAR, FLAG FOOTBALL, OBSTACLE COURSE RACE, CORN HOLE AND YARDFEST) ARE TEAM EVENTS.

This means that each of these events must be collaborated among the Greek Week Chairs for each team to allow each chapter to have the choice to be involved in that particular event. Each Chapter must be represented as a participant in at least ONE field day event. Meaning that you must have some members signed up to actively participate in either Flag Football, Tug of War, Obstacle Course, or Corn Hole. If your chapter is not interested in one of these events, such as Flag Football, you may opt out of this event. You will receive additional Sportsmanship Points for having fans represented for each team score at any of these events. However, for YARDFEST fan-participation is required from every chapter and MAY NOT be opted out of. This means you must have at least 10 members (or 30% if your chapter has less than 10 members) from each of your chapters present at YARDFEST if your chapter is not already performing in it. This is a minimum requirement.

Order of Omega members will be conducting a letter check to make sure that your chapter is represented with at least 10 members (or 30% if your chapter has less than 10 members) at MGC YARDFEST. Failure to do so will result in a 50-point deduction from your OVERALL Greek Week Score for your Individual Chapter Score. Fan-Participation is required for this event because we are promoting Greek Support among our Chapters. 

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  2:00PM  •  TOLENTINE FIELD

Event Explanation
This event consists of a tug-of-war tournament. The tournament will be bracketed. Initial bracket pairings will be randomly assigned to begin the event.

Event Rules

  1. Teams will be comprised of 12 members; each chapter must be given the option to be represented in each team.
  2. The rounds will be randomly selected out of a hat by an Order of Omega official.
  3. The first team to pull the ribbon across the designated line wins.
  4. There is a 10-minute time limit. Whoever has the advantage at that time wins.
  5. There will be a coin toss to determine the sides.
  6. There will be a barrier placed around the officials and the area where the tug of war shall take place. Anyone other than the participants or officials shall not be allowed within the area. If anyone else is found within the area, their chapter will be disqualified from the event even if their team is not tugging at the time of the infraction. This will be strictly enforced.
  7. No false starts (only two warnings will be given to each team). After the third false start, the opposing team will be declared the winner by forfeit.
  8. No spiked shoes and cleats will be allowed.
  9. Any violation of the above statements will result in an automatic disqualification. l 0. Participants must wear wristbands provided by Order of Omega.

EVENT SCORING
The winner of the individual pulls will be determined by satisfying one of the following conditions:

  1. The 10-minute time limit expires, and a team has the advantage, with the ribbon closer to one side than the other.
  2. Less than five members of the opposing team are on the rope.
  3. An opposing team member has crossed the center mark of the rope.
  4. A team has pulled the rope far enough that the ribbon has crossed the designated line.
  5. The opposing team forfeits.

**If the pull is too close to be called in either direction by the judges at the end of regulation, overtime will be called loudly by the head judge. The first overtime will be two minutes long. Each successive overtime will be one minute. At the end of the event, normal placement scoring will be used.

TEAM SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

 

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  2:00PM - 4:00PM  •  TOLENTINE FIELD • TEAM EVENT

Event Explanation
The obstacle is designed to be a fun event to finish off Greek Week as a community. The event will consist of a 5-stage relay race and will require 15 members from each team. The specifics of the 5-stages will not be announced until the time of the event. The stages will be explained in detail prior to the event. There will be an Order of Omega judge at each stage to determine each team’s completion of that stage. Any attempt at cheating or gaining unfair advantages will result in the immediate disqualification of that team from this event.

Event Rules 

  • No cheating or gaining unfair advantages.
  • 15 members are REQUIRED from each team to participate in this event
  • Each chapter in each team must have the option to be represented in this event as collaborated by the Greek Week Chairs.
  • No contact with the opposing teams.
  • If applicable: Order of Omega officials will decide which order the teams will participate in through a random selection (out of a hat).

EVENT SCORING

This event will follow normal placement scoring in the order of or time used for completion of the full obstacle course.

TEAM SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  2:00PM - 4:00PM  •  TOLENTINE FIELD • TEAM EVENT

Event Explanation
This event consists of a Corn Hole tournament. The tournament will be bracketed. Initial bracket pairings will be randomly assigned by Order of Omega officials to begin the event.

Event Rules

  1. Optional Event.
  2. Teams will consist of 2 people. Play will consist of 2 on 2 teams.
  3. Each pair must be mixed if possible (one Panhel, one MGC, etc.)
  4. Matches are the first teams to 21.
  5. The team with the most points scored during each round will receive the difference of their points scored and their opponents score for the round.
  6. A bag through the hole will be 3 points.
  7. A bag resting on the board will be 1 point.
  8. Teams will alternate shooting from each side of the set.
  9. Each team may have 2 cornhole pairs, for 2 different rounds of game.
  10. Continued rounds of game may be played if there is enough time and teams represented. This will be decided by an Order of Omega official. You may have different members of your team play in continued rounds. (Try to sign up at least 6 people from each team for this event).This event will follow normal placement scoring in the order of or time used for completion of the full obstacle course.

EVENT SCORING
At the end of the event, normal placement scoring will be used to determine team scores. SPIRIT/ attendance scores will also be calculated for team fans, and team players.

TEAM SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

 
     
 

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  2:45PM  •  TOLENTINE FIELD • TEAM EVENT

Event Rules

  1. Optional Event.
  2. Single elimination, flag football, no contact.
  3. 7 v. 7, unlimited subs.
  4. 3 games will be played simultaneously.
  5. There will be 2 Flag
  6. Each chapter must have the option to be represented in each team.
  7. Participants may where gloves.
  8. The team to score the most in the designated time wins.
  9. There will be 4 games going on at once.
  10. Any gender can participate.
  11. There will be a coin toss to determine the first team to kick.
  12. There will be 0 tackling allowed.
  13. There will be a barrier placed around the officials and the area where the Flag Football shall take place. Anyone other than the participants or officials shall not be allowed within the area. If anyone else is found within the area, their chapter will be disqualified from the event even if their team is not tugging at the time of the infraction. This will be strictly enforced.
  14. No false starts (only two warnings will be given to each team). After the third false start, the opposing team will be declared the winner by forfeit.
  15. No spiked shoes and cleats will be allowed.
  16. Any violation of the above statements will result in an automatic disqualification. l 0. Participants must wear wristbands provided by Order of Omega.
  17. THE OFFICIAL RULES WILL BE GIVEN TO EACH GREEK WEEK CHAIR THE WEEK OF GREEK WEEK.

EVENT SCORING
At the end of the event, normal placement scoring will be used to determine team scores. SPIRIT/ attendance scores will also be calculated for team fans, and team players.

TEAM SCORING

  • 1st Place - 10 pt
  • 2nd Place - 8 pts
  • 3rd Place - 6 pts
  • 4th Place - 4 pts
  • 5th Place - 2 pts
  • Participant - 1 pt

YARD FEST

FRIDAY  •  APRIL 12  •  4:00PM-6:00PM  •  OREO
Team/Individual Chapter Event

EVENT EXPLANATION
The Multicultural Greek Council invites you to Yardfest on Friday, April 12th, 2019 at 4 PM. Please join the Multicultural fraternities and sororities on Villanova's campus as they showcase what their organization is all about through stepping, strolling, and/or saluting. This is a great performance event, in which you can truly see the hard work our Multicultural Greek Council is doing.

EVENT RULES
This event is mandatory for all teams,. Meaning that each chapter must have at least 10 members (or 30% if you have less than 10 members) present at this event. Failure to do so will result in a 50-point deduction from your OVERALL Greek Week Score for your Individual Chapter Score.

EVENT SCORING
Your Individual chapter score will receive 50 automatic field day points for having at least 10 members or 30% of your chapter present. Order of Omega officials will be conducting a strict letter check to ensure accurate scoring.