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  • Lincoln Square Fitness

    MU Sport; 14 April

    Due to stormwater flooding in late 2018, LSF was closed due to structural damage of the roof, ceilings, and electrical system. University maintenance commenced repair and upgrade works at LSF in late March. MU Sport is hopeful that the facility will reopen around mid May 2019.

    The University and MU Sport apologise for the inconvenience and are doing everything possible to reopen the facility as soon as possible. Further updates will be provided in due course. The Beaurepaire and Nona Lee Sports Centres are open as normal.

  • Vale the Honourable John Spence Winneke

    18 April 2019; University Blacks

    The University Blacks would like to acknowledge the passing of the Honourable John Spence Winneke.

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  • Sport Shorts

    15 April 2019; Liam Petterson

    MU Lightning won its first game of 2019, while the Black Angels, Uni Blues and Uni Blacks earned important wins.

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  • Sport Shorts

    8 April 2019; Rowena Williams 

    The Melbourne University Athletics Club athletes performed exceptionally well at the 2019 Australian Athletics Championships, with Catriona Bisset and Joel Baden qualifying for the 2019 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha this September. The Melbourne University Renegades Women's Volleyball team continued to show strength in the start of their season winning 3 - 0 against Heidelberg. Click here to read more of the Sports Highlights from this week, 

  • Sport Shorts: 1 April 2019 

    1 April; Rowena Williams

    MUCC makes Victorian Premier Cricket History, The Volleyball Renegades start their Premier Division season, Boat Club makes a splash at Rowing Championships, and more in this week's Sport Shorts!.   

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  • AFL student-athletes University collaboration 

    22 March; Michael Gleeson (The Age)

    Faculty of Business and Economics student-athletes Tom McDonald (Melbourne) and Darcy Moore (Collingwood) are collaborating off-field as part of their University degrees. Read more in the article by Michael Gleeson from the Age.   

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  • Students Hit the Streets of Tokyo

    13 March; David Randall

    3 Students have travelled to Japan to compete in the Meiji-Jingu University Criterium, held in Tokyo on 10 March. Read a firsthand account of the trip from student David Randall.   

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  • MUAC Wins HH Hunter Shield

    11 March; MUAC

    Melbourne University Athletics Club has won the HH Hunter Shield after a thrilling weekend at the Victorian Track & Field Championships. This is the first time the club has won the shield since 1966.   

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  • Melbourne Name T20 Team for First Big Blue of 2019

    8 March; MU Sport

    Melbourne University have named their T20 Cricket squad for next Monday's match vs arch-rival Monash University. Come on down to the University Oval from 4pm on Monday 11 March to support the Melbourne team! There will be a free BBQ, music and giveaways  

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  • Strong Women Program Launches

    7 March; MU Sport

    Melbourne University Sport is proud to announce the launch of our Strong Women Program, which promotes the meaningful inclusion of women students across all levels of sport and active recreation at MU Sport.

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  • Three Student Cyclists to compete in Tokyo

    7 March; Liam Petterson

    Three University of Melbourne students will compete in the Meiji-Jingu University Criteriums in Tokyo on 10 March 2019, the final round of the Japanese University Road Race Cup Series.

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  • Melbourne Wins Hockey's Centenary Cup vs Sydney

    6 March; Liam Petterson

    The Melbourne University Hockey Club has won the Centenary Cup for the first time since 2008, triumphing over the University of Sydney 11 - 1 on aggregate.

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  • Beaurepaire Centre Semester 1 Opening Hours

    MU Sport

    The Beaurepaire Centre will return to a 6:00am opening time on weekdays during the teaching period, starting Monday 4 March.

    Opening Hours


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