University and Tertiary Sports New Zealand (UTSNZ) Events
Here's your chance to represent UC at a national sporting championship, and aim to qualify for the World University Games!
2020 event schedule
|Sport||Format||Date||Location||Registration of Interest|
|Rowing||Men's & Women's||10 - 11 April||Twizel||Open|
|Futsal||Men's & Women's||16 - 19 April||Wellington||Open|
|Basketball 3x3||Men's & Women's||24 - 25 April||Dunedin||Open|
|Hockey 5's||Men's & Women's||6 - 8 May||Palmerston North||Open|
|Volleyball||Men's & Women's||18 - 19 July||Christchurch||Open|
|Ultimate||Men's & Women's||29 - 30 August||Christchurch||Open|
|Badminton||Mixed||2 - 3 September||Wellington||Open|
|Table Tennis||Men's & Women's||3 - 4 September||Hamilton||Open|
|5x5 Basketball||Men's & Women's||18 - 20 September||Auckland||Open|
|Netball||Women's||26 - 27 September||Auckland||Open|
The annual University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand Championship sees all eight universities, and a range of other tertiary institutions compete in ten sporting championships held throughout the academic year. Points are awarded at each event based on final placings, from which an overall champion institution is awarded. UC were the top placed South Island team in 2018 and recently in 2019 placing thrid out of the eight universities thoughout New Zealand
In order to represent UC at a UTSNZ event you must be an enrolled student at UC for the duration of the event. A selection committee will review all registered athletes, and will either select a team based on these details, or may hold a trial/s. Registration details are available in the table above. Players are requried to pay a player fee, which must be paid prior to the end of the academic year.
To register your interest in coaching or managing a UC team please complete the relevant registration link above, or email email@example.com.