VC Cup Event 3 - Volleyball Recap

Alex Traeger


Information Strategy and Technology Services (ISTS) has won the 2018 Vice Chancellor’s Cup volleyball competition.

11 teams and 65 staff and students participated in the competitive and close volleyball competition, which tightened up the VC Cup standings heading into the much-anticipated final event.

ISTS’s staff team went through the pool round undefeated and came up against the only other undefeated team, students from the School of Health Science, in the final.

However, ISTS got the better of Health Science in the final match and went home with the win.

The School of Education took out third place.

Brett Douglas, Girish Chauhan, Adam Calderon, James Long, Rob De Vizio and Dylan Justus were the members of the winning team.

Brett said that the team was shocked but excited to get the win.

“We had no expectations going in, so winning was a big shock but it was a lot of fun,” Brett said.

“It was really well organised, the format worked well for us older blokes and it was good to get an idea of the broader UniSA community through participating.”

All wasn’t lost for Health Science though, with their second-place finish securing their position at the top of the VC Cup standings heading into the final event.

Information Technology and Mathematical Science and inaugural VC Cup winners the School of Natural and Built Environment are placed equal second in the standings, while the School of Engineering is third.

The fourth and final event of the 2018 VC Cup will be the mixed netball competition on Friday, October 19 at Mawson Lakes.

Get more information and register your school for VC Cup Event 4 here.


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