NGU intramural teams brave the cold to gain some wins

Casey Mikell - Visual Section Editor

On Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, North Greenville University students braved the cold as they played intramural sand volleyball. “Who let the dawgs out?” and “Empire Spikes Back” faced off at 8 p.m. with “Empire Spikes Back” winning the first set 22-20 and the second set 21-15.

 Freshman, Libby Boone serves the ball in order to attempt to score a point for “Who Let the Dawgs Out?”

Freshman, Libby Boone serves the ball in order to attempt to score a point for “Who Let the Dawgs Out?”

 Junior, Kayla Ward, hits the ball to teammate Hayden Long (junior), in hopes that he assists in getting the ball over the net.

Junior, Kayla Ward, hits the ball to teammate Hayden Long (junior), in hopes that he assists in getting the ball over the net.

 Junior, Landon Murray, jumps up behind junior, John Mark Trainer to help make sure the ball gets over the net.

Junior, Landon Murray, jumps up behind junior, John Mark Trainer to help make sure the ball gets over the net.

 Sophomore, Lauren Dibble sets the ball for a fellow teammate to hit over the net.

Sophomore, Lauren Dibble sets the ball for a fellow teammate to hit over the net.

 Zachary Clark (senior) and Murray attempt to counteract each others spikes to gain their team a point.

Zachary Clark (senior) and Murray attempt to counteract each others spikes to gain their team a point.

 Junior, Ross Smith hits the ball over the net to prevent “Empire Strikes Back” from gaining a point.

Junior, Ross Smith hits the ball over the net to prevent “Empire Strikes Back” from gaining a point.

 Clark hit the ball back over the net after the serve to begin the volley.

Clark hit the ball back over the net after the serve to begin the volley.

 Long crouches in order to gain some warmth in the cold before the next volley begins.

Long crouches in order to gain some warmth in the cold before the next volley begins.