Pi Kappa Phi, Eta Gamma, is an extremely well rounded fraternity on the CU campus. We only accept those who are better than ourselves and who we see as respectable, well rounded individuals. Eta Gamma loves competition. Competition with the other Fraternities on campus and competition within our own brotherhood. We get a chance to show off our pride through athletics. We get to compete against the rest of the Greek community a few times a year and we take it very seriously.
A philanthropy event put on by Zeta Beta Tau, and is a chance for all new members of each fraternity to compete against each other. Older brothers act as coaches and take great
pride in the team they field. Winning this is a great accomplishment for any pledge class and fraternity.
Greek week is the opportunity for every member of our fraternity to compete in many different events including: football, volleyball, field-day, songfest and more. As seen above, Eta gamma has been very successful in this week of competition and are proud to call ourselves the 2015 Greek week football champions.
Each year, every fraternity gets one team in the University Lacrosse League, Pi Kapp has now won 2012-2015, undefeated!
Each year Eta Gamma funds a full contact lacrosse team, at least one basketball team, softball team, flag football team and hockey team that compete in intramurals on a year to year basis. We balance our work and play and always have more than enough guys wanting to relive the glory days of high school sports.