The Student Engagement Unit has won the final event of this years’ Vice Chancellor Cup, however, a second-place finish by the School of Health Science was enough to secure the overall victory in the 2018 competition.
Eight teams and 61 participants competed in the Mixed Netball tournament at Mawson Lakes last Friday, braving the cool weather to do so.
The first five rounds were played outdoors before the rain poured down and everyone headed inside to play the finals inside the Sports Centre.
SEU dominated all through their rounds and maintained their momentum in the finals, earning the victory.
Throughout 2018, the School of Health Science has been the most consistent team and yet another podium finish demonstrated that.
They placed second in three of the four events and claimed the overall victory after the mixed netball event.
Captained by Andy Te, the Health Science team was a mixture of staff and students, highlighting the connections that can be formed through participating in the VC Cup.
Third place in the mixed netball event was taken out by the School of Engineering, with their placing earning them runners-up in the overall VC Cup.
Inaugural VC Cup winner, the School of Natural and Built Environment, finished the 2018 event in third place.
Overall, there were 261 participants from all over UniSA in the 2018 VC Cup, a great result in only its third year.
Congratulations to all of the winners and thanks to all those who participated in the VC Cup in 2018.
Stay tuned to the UniSA Sport website and Facebook and Instagram early next year for more information about how you can get involved in the VC Cup in 2019!