This week, we profile a UniSA Alumni who is still heavily involved with UniSA Sport, Luke Oswald. Luke is the Treasurer of our UniSA Lacrosse Club and a member of our UniSA Sport Advisory Group. He has been instrumental in growing lacrosse as a sport at both the national university level (UniSport Nationals) and state university level (SA Challenge) in recent years. Luke was rightfully recognised for his efforts last year, winning our 2019 Volunteer of the Year Award. He was also selected as a finalist for our 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award, and in the same year won a Club Colours Award for his service to the UniSA Lacrosse Club.
Master of Data Science
Going to last year's Div 2 Nationals on the Gold Coast (and winning the lacrosse event!)
Putting together a team of students from different clubs who would otherwise not get the opportunity to play together
Recruiting people to UniSport Nationals when the event, let alone the team, wasn’t confirmed was a hard-earned skill
I'm doing a poor job of it, to be honest, but I walk the dogs when I can!
Using our Facebook group, although it's been a bit quiet lately, I am going to start doing a player/member profile series for our Club too
An 80s New Wave playlist on Spotify
I use pretty much any spare minute on lacrosse, but I also have an interest in family history research!
I don't eat chicken
I would clone myself so I could actually get to all the lacrosse projects I have on the list ... with maybe one spare so I could rest up :)