Fleming Women's Hockey Tournament

Cheer on your Fleming Auks on March 11th when we host the Women’s Hockey Tournament at the Lindsay Recreation Complex! Free entry and giveaways all day.

March Happenings

Athletics and Recreation Update

Curling Bonspiel
Sunday March 13th
$8 per player
Registration Deadline – Tuesday March. 8th

Flag Football
Tuesday March 22nd – Thursday April 7th
$20 per team/$5 per individual
Registration deadline March 14th

Website: www.flemingauks.ca
Phone:    705-878-9321
Facebook: Fleming Auks

Field House Open for Reading Week!

The field house and weight room are open all reading week with special hours.

Monday – Thursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 1:00 am – 4:30 pm

Intramurals do not take place during reading week, which means the Field House gym is available all week! Book up to 3-days in advanance to be sure you get the time you want. Drop-in and book or call 878-9321.

See you at the Field House!

Intramural Statistics – Week 7, Feb. 18th 2011

  VOLLEYBALL  STATISTICS
     As of February 14, 2011
                 
  Placing Name GP W L T D PTS
  1 ARM AND HAMMER 3 3       9
  1 YOUNGBLOODS 3 3       9
  1 THE VEE SHARPS 3 3       9
  2 INDIVIDUALS 3 2 1     7
  2 GIS DO IT HARD 3 2 1     7
  2 THE OTHER GUYS 3 2 1     7
  3 BALL BUSTERS 3 1 2     5
  3 GIS-DO-IT Rough 3 1 2     5
  4 SPIKERS 3   3     3
  4 SPIFFY FROSTED FLAKES 3   3     3
   ICE HOCKEY STATISTICS
      as of February 14th 2011
                         Top 4 teams  advance to playoffs    
    Name GP W L T D PTS  
  1 FlapJacks 4 3   1   11  
  1 Young Bloods 4 3   1   11  
  2 Chuck Norris and Friends 4 3 1     10  
  2 EMT 4 3 1     10  
  3 IceHoles 4 2 1 1   9  
  4 Smokin Aces 4 1 2 1   7  
  5 Hoof Hearted 4 1 3     6  
  5 Ragging Bulls 4 1 3     6  
  5 All Stars 4 1 3     6  
  6 GIS-DO-IT 4   4     4  
DODGEBALL STATISTICS
As of Feb. 14th, 2011
    Name GP W L T D PTS  
  1 I’m Awesome 8 8       24  
  2 Trees and Shrubs 8 6 2     20  
  3 Mighty Ducks 8 4 4     16  
  4 All Stars  8 4 4     16  
  5 Smerglers 8 4 4     16  
  6 Rednecks 8 3 5     14  
  7 Huge in Japan 8 3 5     14  
As of Feb.  17th, 2011
 Division 1                
Placing Name GP W L T D PTS  
1 Buffalo Sabres 4 4       12  
2 Lamp Lighters 4 2 1 1   9  
3 Iceholes 4 2 2     8  
4 Clown Baby 4 1 3     6  
4 Shooters 4 1 3     6  
5 Dream team 4   4     4  
Division 2                
Placing Name GP W L T D PTS  
1 Off in the Shower 4 3   1   11  
2 Dirty Dishes 4 3 1     10  
3 All Stars 4 1 1 2   8  
3 GIS-DO-IT 4 2 2     8  
3 Res Haze 4 1 1 2   8  

Men's Hockey Tournament Feb. 25th Free Entry

Come cheer on your Fleming Auks at the Lindsay Recreation Complex on Friday February 25th. There will be prizes and admission is free.

Click here for the schedule.

GO AUKS GO!

Soccer Deadline Friday!

This semester we only have room for 8 intramural indoor soccer teams. At this time there are only 5 team spots left for Intramural Soccer. If you want to register a team, make sure that you get to the Field House and sign up!!! Deadline Feb. 25th.
Also, only 12 inidividual sign-up spots left, so if you want to play but don’t have a team, make sure you come in and sign up.

Click here for Indoor Soccer team registration form

Click here for individual sign-up form

OCAA Curling Championships in Lindsay this weekend

The OCAA Curling Championships will be hosted by Fleming college this weekend from Feb. 18 to Feb. 21. Cheer on your Fleming Auks! Spectators welcome with free entry. Games will take place at both the Lindsay Curling Club and the Omemee Curling Club.

Click here for the schedule

GO AUKS GO !

Fleming Takes First!

What a great weekend for the Auks!

Loggersports Women’s A team win it all and are the 2010-2011 C.I.L.A champions!
Fleming Women’s Extramural Ice Hockey team takes first place at the Conestoga Tournament and are undefeated.

GO AUKS GO!

McGill Loggersports Tournament

For the last weekend of January in 2011, the Fleming Loggersports team traveled to the MacDonald campus of McGill University for their third tournament of the season.  The team walked around the site, proudly wearing green and white jerseys, and constantly cheered on teammates as well as athletes from other teams. Most teams tried to complete team events (pulp throw, decking, crosscut and bow saw) before lunch, leaving an afternoon free for singles and doubles events. Bonnie Ward and Liza McGee were the last to compete before lunch with their standing block chop for the SSFC Women’s B team. All four Fleming teams were able to complete their events with time to spare giving them extra time to get ready for dinner and the awards ceremony. The Men’s A team came in third overall with first place finishes in Pulp toss, Water boil, and Standing block chop followed by second places in Chainsaw, Pole climb and Log decking. The Men’s B team finished in sixth place, coming first in Quarter Split, and third in Log decking. On the women’s side, the Fleming B team finished fifth overall, placing extremely close seconds in Pole climb and Water boil. The Fleming women’s A team won their first tournament of the year with a 300 point difference between them and the second place team, NSAC Women’s A. The ladies went home with eight first place wins in Axe throw, Crosscut, Log decking, Pole climb, Pulp toss, Quarter split, Single buck and Standing block chop; Four second place finishes in the Snowshoe race, Super swede, Swede saw, and Chainsaw; and two third place finishes in Underhand chop and Water boil, meaning all events were finishes in the top three spots. In total, the Fleming team came first in 12 events, bringing a total of 42 medals and a Women’s Overall trophy home to Lindsay. The team accredits most of their success to being the teams with the most spirit and pride in CILA. Fleming Loggersports has a well-known reputation for great sportsmanship and amazing support of people within the team as well as other teams on CILA. Fleming returned home for a short two weeks of intense practice before they head to Nova Scotia for their final tournament of the 2010-2011 season.  this year with a 300 point difference between them and the second place team, NSAC Women’s A.

GO AUKS GO!

By: Melissa Deciantis – Loggersports Women’s A Team Member

Women's Extramural Hockey Update

Fleming Women defeated Durham college 3-2 in their first game and then went on to win their second game against Mohawk college 4-0 . At this time they are sitting in first place with 11 points, the second place team has 7 points. Go Auks Go! Next game starts at 3pm. Keep checking for more updates!