ChangedMan, there are plenty of intramural sports at W&L. Two-hand touch football and floor hockey are particularly competitive. We all have a weekend softball tournament, the Deans Cup, that is pretty competitive.
As for the lack of W&L associates in NYC, it's true that not too many people from W&L go to NYC, but W&L alums are particularly loyal. I'm sure if you e-mailed all 13 asking for help getting a job, at least 10 would bend over backwards to help you out. Furthermore, from the current 2L class, at least 10 students will be summer associates at NYC BigLaw firms. Since our class is only slightly over 110 students, that's about 10% of the class. More got offers from NYC, and chose to go elsewhere (I chose to accept a position at a Long Island firm because I'm not really a city guy.) Furthermore, there are a fair number of people who got offers from NYC firms who are not at the very top of the class or on Law Review. In short, at least for my class, getting a summer position in NYC was not particularly difficult.
I think W&L's biggest selling point is that the vast majority of people who go to W&L have a great experience here.