First, head to ESPN.com to sign-in (or create) an ESPN member account. Once you've done that, follow these steps:
- Click HERE to access the Tournament Challenge page.
- Click 'Groups' in the navigation bar at the top.
- Scroll to the bottom, search 'Phi Kappa Psi Challenge' and click on the group link.
- Click on the blue button that says 'Create Your Bracket Now' to initiate the process and name your bracket.
- This is a private group, so you will need the password (1852) in order to enter. Follow the remaining steps to setup your bracket.
- If you sign-up before Selection Sunday, remember to return later and fill out your bracket.
Spread the word: invite your brothers and Phi Psi Friends to be a part of the competition. All entries must be submitted by the tip-off of the first game on Thursday, March 17 at 12:00pm EDT. If you have already created a bracket on ESPN.com, you can still join the group before the start of the 2nd round. Our 'Final Four' participants will receive a complimentary prize pack for emerging victorious.
1st Place: Receives a full member registration to the 2016 Grand Arch Council
2nd Place: Half-off the price of a member registration to the 2016 Grand Arch Council
3rd Place: $100 off the price of a member registration to the 2016 Grand Arch Council
4th Place: $50 off the price of a member registration to the 2016 Grand Arch Council
Note: all four winners will also receive customized Phi Psi gear and any non-members who emerge victorious will receive a prize-pack of similar value.
Good luck to all participants and to our fans of the teams on college campuses where Phi Kappa Psi currently has an active chapter or colony.
March Madness Results (Update)
We had over 140 participants in the March Madness Bracket Challenge. Although a series of upsets ruined the bracket hopes for many, a UNC/Villanova National Championship game produced four lucky winners.
1st Place: Jacob Thompson (Kent State Colony) - 1230 points
2nd Place: Tyler Cross (Akron '15) - 1190 points
3rd Place: Andrew Gnias (Drexel '12) - 1100 points
4th Place: Evan Kauffman (Toledo '13) - 1060 points
The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity is a 501(c)(7) association of men of integrity who strive to develop the individual in his intellect, in his involvement in the community and in his faith. The Fraternity was founded on February 19, 1852 at Jefferson College by William Henry Letterman and Charles Page Thomas Moore. It currently has 101 chapters across the United States, with over 6,500 undergraduate members and over 80,000 living alumni.