High Performance Sporting Programs
Along with 10 high performance sports clubs UTS Sport also manage a number of other high performance sporting programs.
AON Women’s University Rugby 7’s
The AON Women’s Uni 7’s Series is the pinnacle women’s sevens competition in Australia. UTS is among one of ten universities from around Australia to hold a team licence for the AON 7’s competition. Competition takes place all over Australia with the series normally run over a 3-month period in the first half of the calendar year.
Recruitment of players takes place all year round, please email your interest to Madison Ashworth, Lead Administrator of the program at email@example.com
University Basketball League
The University Basketball League (UBL) sees the top 8 university basketball programs across Australia battle it out across men’s and women’s competitions to determine the strongest university basketball team in Australia. The UBL is played over a 3-month period, normally in the first half of the calendar year and includes a comprehensive home and away series followed by a finals weekend for the top ranked universities.
Recruitment of players takes place all year round, please email your interest to James Ang, Lead Administrator of the program at firstname.lastname@example.org
PAC 7 Tennis League
UTS take on universities from Victoria, NSW & Queensland to see who will be crowned champions of the PAC 7 Tennis League. The PAC 7 Tennis League is a team tennis competition played in a home and away format over a 4-week period, normally in the first half of the calendar year. Competing universities battle it out in both Men’s and Women’s categories.
Recruitment of players takes place all year round, please email your interest to Fudge Atshan, UTS Sport High Performance Manager on email@example.com
High Performance Program Scholarships
The UTS High Performance Program (HPP) is a scholarship initiative that supports athletes who represent a high-performance sporting club within the UTS Sport network. The HPP leverages off the UTS Elite Athlete Program (EAP) to reward athletic potential otherwise not acknowledged solely by the EAP, more information on the HPP can be found here – https://activateuts.com.au/sport/eap-recruitment-2021/sport-club-videos
The HPP and EAP work together, meaning applicants are required to apply for the UTS Elite Athlete Program which opens annually on December 1st.
Talent Identification Program
The UTS Talent Identification Program (TIP) provides an opportunity for student athletes to test their athletic capabilities through a number of performance tests which will enable our testers and coaches from a range of targeted UTS sports clubs to identify potential talent transfer athletes.
Testing takes place at the newly built UTS Moore Park Sports Science Building and testing days are normally scheduled within the second half of the calendar year.
Any questions or inquiries about the UTS Talent Identification Program please feel free to make contact with UTS Sport High Performance Manager, Fudge Atshan on firstname.lastname@example.org