Phi Mu crowned Step Show overall winner

Phi Mu performs their “You Got Schooled” routine. They won first place in the female division and won the overall winner award, while Sigma Chi won first place in the male division.

News Editor Kaitlyn Davis

Eight teams stepped off the stage, but judges only crowned one an overall winner at this year’s Step Show Oct. 21 in Norton Auditorium.

Phi Mu won first place in the female division and also took home the overall winner title for their “You Got Schooled” performance.

Sigma Chi was the first-place winner in the male division for their “Old South” routine.

The Honor Student Organization snagged first place in the co-ed division with their “Bootcamp” performance.

Alpha Gamma Delta walked away with second place in the female division for their “One Giant Leap” act.

The stunts in Alpha Gamma Delta’s routine was sophomore Megan Corthell’s favorite part of the event, she said.

Alpha Tau Omega performed their “Take Me Out to the Tau Game” and earned second place in the male division.

The Friend of the Pride Award, which is given to the Registered Student Organization that raises the most money for UNA’s Food Pantry, went to Zeta Tau Alpha. They raised $784.37.

Junior Quinn Atkinson said he could tell the participants put hard work into their step routines.

“I thought (Step Show) was good (and) well put together,” Atkinson said. “It looked like people spent a lot of time perfecting (their performances).”