2017 UniSA Sport Awards Night

       Date: Monday 27th November
Venue: Cathedral Room, Adelaide Oval
Time: 6:30pm
        Cost: $10 for early bird tickets purchased by 31st October.
$15 for tickets purchased from 1st November onwards.

Ticket price includes cocktail food, limited drinks, entertainment by Triple J unearthed artist Rob Edwards and a chance to meet our guest speaker - UniSA student and Australian Olympic Pole Vaulter Kurtis Marschall.



Following a successful evening of celebrations in 2016, we are returning to the Adelaide Oval for this year's event. The Awards Night recognises the individuals, teams and clubs who have excelled in their chosen sport and made exceptional contributions to the UniSA Sport community. In 2017 we also celebrate the growth of UniSA Sport with the management of the campus sporting facilities at City East, Magill and Mawson Lakes.

 
Award nominations
Nominations are now open for all awards and will close midnight, Sunday 5th November. Click on the relevant link below to submit your nomination/s:
 
Female Athlete of the Year Recognises an individual who has shown high levels of achievement in their sporting field in either a UniSA sporting club or Australian University Sport sanctioned event such as the Australian University Games/Championships or World University Games/Championship events.
 
Male Athlete of the Year Recognises an individual who has shown high levels of achievement in their sporting field in either a UniSA sporting club or Australian University Sport sanctioned event such as the Australian University Games/Championships or World University Games/Championship events.
 
Volunteer of the Year Recognises an individual who has shown outstanding levels of commitment in a volunteering capacity to either a UniSA sport club, Team Manager/non-playing official role with the Australian University Games, or any other role within UniSA Sport deemed worthy of Volunteer of the Year.
 
Club Administrator of the Year Recognises an individual who has demonstrated high levels of commitment and achievement to a UniSA sporting club through their active involvement on a UniSA sporting club committee in an academic year.
 
Team of the Year Recognises high levels of achievement by a single UniSA sporting team, either in a community sports association (as part of a UniSA sporting club) or at an Australian University Sport representative event, such as the Australian University Games.
 
Club of the Year Recognises the attainment of high standards in sports administration and engagement with the UniSA community through regulary participation opportunities by a UniSA Sport affiliated club in an academic year.
 
Georgie Rowe Outstanding Achievement Recognises both the achievements and attributes displayed by Georgina Rowe when representing the University of South Australia, UniSA Sport, South Australia and Australia. This will be awarded to an individual who has demonstrated a positive contribution to sport and UniSA as a player, coach or volunteer.
 
Blues The highest sporting accolade for current students at the University of South Australia awarded to those who have achieved outstanding sporting success while enrolled at the University, typically through representing Australia at an international level while also contributing to University sport as a participant and/or volunteer.
 
Half Blues Awarded to current UniSA students who have achieved outstanding sporting success at a state or national university representative level while also contributing to University sport.
 
Club Colours Awarded to current UniSA students, alumni, staff and community members who have made a significant contribution to the development of University sport at UniSA over an extended period of time in a volunteer capacity.