Melbourne triumphs at Australian University Rowing Championships
7 October; World Rowing
The University’s rowing crews tuned up for the 2015 Australian Boat Race by winning last week’s Australian University Rowing Championships in Adelaide. Read more about how the crews triumphed here.
More than 30 athletes honoured at Uni Games
5 October; MU Sport
More than 30 University of Melbourne student-athletes including team captain Sam Thompson have received Green and Gold awards in recognition of exceptional form at the 2015 Australian University Games.
Melbourne University Cricket Club’s first female General Manager, elite cricketer Emma Inglis, brings vast on-field and off-field experience to her new role. The wicket keeper-batter is a regular starter for VicSpirit and will feature for the Melbourne Stars in the Women’s Big Bash League this summer.
A team of 449 University of Melbourne student athletes will chase success at the 2015 Australian University Games. The team is searching for a seventh Overall Australian University Games Championship on the Gold Coast after last claiming the title in 2013.
Melbourne University Hockey Club’s senior mens team is looking forward to facing national team players after advancing to the Victorian Premier League. The team will move into the state's top league in 2016.
An alumna with strong sport connections will receive special recognition when the University of Melbourne names a student lounge in her honour. The distinguished Dr Margaret Williams Weir studied a Diploma in Physical Education and became the first Aboriginal graduate of an Australian university.