Get To Know
Opening Hours
Group Fitness Timetable
Give to Sport
Venue Hire
 

 

Sport Scores

VFL
Women

78

VU Western Spurs 9

9

VAFA
Premier
Uni Blacks

54

Collegians

54

VAFA
Premier
Uni Blues

58

De La Selle

59

MWBL
B Men

3

Knox

14

Big V
D1M

84

Chelsea Gulls

91

Big V
D2W

62

Coburg Giants

66

XCR'17
Prem.
Men

4th, 259 points

XCR'17
Prem.
Women

7th

HV
Men's
Prem.

2

Hawthorn

1

HV
Women's
Prem.

0

Hawthorn

12

LV
D1M

5

Chadstone

14

LV
AW

8

Altona

7

Dewar
Shield

22

Harlequin

27

FFV
WSL1
NW

3

Preston

0

FFV
MSL3
NW

0

Strathmore

5

Pennant
G1 S2
Women

28

Kooyong

49

Pennant
G4 S2
Men

66

Hawthorn

55

VVL
Prem.
Men

1

Southern Cross Cobras

3

VVL
Prem.
Women

3

Yarra Rangers

1

View All Results


 
 
 
MU Sport Calendar
JAN
15-19
Raise the Bar Academy
JAN
29
FEB
12-23
2018 Orientation

View the MU Sport Calendar
 
 
 
 
 
 

Competitive Clubs Begin Winter Campaigns

26 April; MU Sport


The University’s affiliated competitive clubs have started a promising season of winter sport.

Winter Club competitions include: Rugby, Mens and Womens AFL, Lacrosse, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Hockey and Soccer.

“Our Sporting Clubs provide a great opportunity for students to participate in sporting activity,” said Director of Sport Tim Lee. “Whether they are participating in local competitions or high performance programs, it is important that students are engaged in regular physical activity.

“In addition, our high performance clubs offer a unique opportunity to raise the public profile of sport at the University, as well as the leadership attributes of our student-athletes” Lee continued.

A season starter highlight is the promotion of the Hockey Club’s senior Mens team to the Hockey Victoria Mens Premier League, following its minor premiership in the 2015 Mens Vic League. This year, the team will face strong competition playing current and past Kookaburra and international players in the Premier League.

The University will also be represented in other state league play with the Volleyball Club competing in the Volleyball Victoria State League and the Melbourne University Lightning competing in the Victorian Netball League.

The University football club is playing in the William Buck Premier division of the Victorian Amateur Football Association, with both the University Blacks and University Blues aiming for a finals berth come season’s end. The two University teams commemorated those who fell during times of war at the ANZAC Day Derby on Saturday 23 April.

Click here to see current clubs results and upcoming matches.
 

 


 

 
YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook