Sydney University triathlete Emma Jeffcoat, 20, finished second overall in the elite female 5km Sydney 10 road race at Olympic Park on Saturday.
The Brydens Sydney Uni Flames are pleased to announce the signing of Carolyn Swords for the 2015-16 Wattle Valley WNBL season.
Mother's Day is just around the corner (Sunday, May 10!), and you can give your mum the gift of fitness!
A number of Sydney University swimmers have been selected to represent their country at the World University Games to be held in South Korea in July.
Sydney University second-rower Byron Hodge landed five penalty goals and two conversions in wet and windy conditions to guide the Students to a 29-15 win over Randwick in their Shute Shield encounter at University No.1 Oval on Saturday night.
Both the Sydney University men’s and women’s teams have qualified directly into the National Water Polo League semi finals after completing successful regular seasons.
Sydney University’s Australian women’s water polo representatives Keesja Gofers and Hannah Buckling came home from the Intercontinental Cup in New Zealand with silver medals after the US edged out Australia 12-10 in an extra-time final.
Sydney University Lions had many impressive performers in their 44-12 win over University of Canberra Grizzlies in their Round 3 Tertiary Cup rugby league clash at The Meadows in Canberra on Saturday..
A number of SUAC athletes recorded outstanding results across the globe over the weekend.
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.
Sydney University Football Club will be represented by three players when the Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions Under 20s Championship starting at Bond University on the Gold Coast tomorrow (Saturday).
Elite Athlete Program member Nicola Maitland has captained her team to a gold medal at the National Softball Championships this week, after beating out Queensland in a tight battle, winning 4 -2.
Amy Harrison bagged a double to help Sydney University to their first win of the season in the National Premier League Women’s Division 1 soccer competition.
Sydney University fencer Katherine Kwa finished with a silver medal in the Open Women’s Foil at the 2015 Australian National Fencing Competition (DH McKenzie AFC1) held in Brisbane.
The Sydney University Lions water polo teams are poised to create history by both claiming the Southern Cross Trophy for winning the minor premiership in the National Water Polo League.
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