ISUI Intramurals 2018

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ISUans embraced 2018 Intramurals with the theme “Strengthening Bonds through Sports for
Global Isabela State University.” It was a three-day sports competition designed to promote wellness,
camaraderie, and rapport among students, faculty members and non-teaching staff.

Several teams were formed and eagerly showcased their strength and passion in sports and
discipline. These were AGENTS of S.H.I.E.L.D and MARVEL KNIGHTS (M.AI.E Graduate School Students),
AVENGERS, (BSC.E and BSArch.), FANTASTIC FOUR (BSE, BSEE, BSN, BTLEd), GUARDIANS OF THE
GALAXY (BSIndT, BSM, BSHIM), and X-MEN (BSIT, BTVTEd). Each team had its best cheers and roars
during the opening program held at the City of Ilagan Sports Complex on October 24, 2018.

The activity became a festival of colors especially during the opening program the competing
teams paraded their athletic uniforms. Participants to the Cheer dance competition drew the crowd’s
attention on their impressive props and costumes.

Another highlight of the 2018 Intramural Games was the Search for Mr. and Miss ISU Ilagan
which was held at the Ilagan Community Center on October 26.
Mr. Philip Rasdas, Campus Sports Director spearheaded the event along with the Deans and
Directors with the relentless support of Dr, Junel B. Soriano, Executive Officer.

ISU Ilagan Graduate School joins Intrams 2018

For the first time since its establishment several years back, the graduate school unit of the
campus participated in the annual campus-wide intramural games.

Two competing teams from students under the program Master of Arts in Industrial Education
(MAIE) were formed to play in volleyball and basketball men and women. MAIE Students joining the
sports fest were of two teams, Green and Gray representing Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Marvel Knights
respectively.

Prior to the formal opening program, the graduate students and faculty likewise joined the
Zumba Dance and parade around the oval.

Dr. Jesus S. Palattao, Dean of the College of Education and Prof. Alberto Calibo, Chairman of
the MAIE Program along with the graduate school faculty led the graduate school participating team.