The Little 500 is the premier intramural collegiate cycling event in the nation. Steeped in tradition and high on enthusiasm, this race and the surrounding weekend activities have earned the reputation of being the best of its kind anywhere in the world. Teams of four ride laps around a quarter-mile cinder track and exchange their bike to a teammate once too tired to continue. The race places fraternities and sororities, residence halls and independent teams in a battle for the ultimate bragging rights of Little 500 winner.
Delta Gamma qualified 4th for the 2013 race and won the race. See for qualifications results and race results.
The chapter has competed in 23 of 24 races; finished in the top ten 19 times; and averaged placing 7.17. The first-place all-time team is Kappa Alpha Theta; the second-place team is Kappa Kappa Gamma; and DG is third.
Delta Gammas who trained for the 2013 race are:
Kayce Doogs, senior
Emily Loebig, senior
Kelsey Phillips, senior
Ellexis Howey. senior
Madison Stacey, freshman
Christa Noesges, freshman
See the Meet the Team page.
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Page last updated: April 20, 2013