Sydney University Swim Club claimed one gold, two silver and one bronze on their way to a third ranked NSW team position at the Swimming NSW State Open Championships held last week.
2011 sees the return of Todd Louden, and the new addition of Todd Dammers, to the Sydney University Football Club (SUFC).
Sydney University rowers collected a host of titles at the 2011 NSW Championships at Penrith International Regatta Centre, including the men’s and women’s eights, to win the Rowing NSW Honours Trophy - for top-scoring club - for the ninth year in a row.
Scoreboard is a wrap-up of the efforts of Sydney University athletes and teams through the past week, compiled by Graham Croker. Stories on some of the performances also appear in the News section.
Five Sydney University rowers have banded together to raise thousands of dollars for the National Breast Cancer Foundation through a series of Sydney ocean swims.
A number of Sydney University Olympic and World Championship representatives will this weekend compete at the NSW Rowing Championships.
Sydney University Swimming Club will have 10 representatives at the Speedo Sprint finals, competing against swimmers from across NSW and ACT, on Sunday.
It is with great sadness that Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness and the Sydney University Football Club announces that Joe Welch, son of Gabrielle Trainor and Peter Welch and brother to Jack and Thomas, died tragically on Saturday, 5 February 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand following a swimming incident.
Sydney University track athletes can now lay claim to being the states best after the Athletic Club was crowned NSW Champions.
Sydney Uni Elite Athlete Program (EAP) member Murray Stewart claimed victory in the men’s K1 1000m, K1 500m, K4 1000m and the men’s K2 500m at the Australian Canoe/Kayak Grand Prix 2 event in Penrith over the weekend.
Sydney Uni Swim Club had some dominant performers at the January 2011 State Age (13-18 years) and State Junior (10 and under to 12 years) Championships.
The scheduled Women’s National Basketball League game between the Sydney Uni Flames and Townsville Fire on Friday, February 4 has been postponed due to impact on travel caused by Cyclone Yasi.
Sydney University Cricket Club hosted America’s only all born US cricket team, Compton Cricket Club, in a Twenty20 friendly at Sydney University Oval No. 2 on Tuesday afternoon.
Saturday’s solid 80-55 win in Adelaide helped the Flames stay well and truly in the play-off race.
Sydney University dropped to second on the First Grade Belvidere Cup ladder, despite posting an impressive first innings win over Sutherland in their two-day fixture at Glenn McGrath Oval, finishing on Saturday.
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