Chancellor's Cup Golf Day

Save the date!

TeamMONASH is once again organising the Chancellor's Cup Golf Day, to be held at the prestigious Sandhurst Golf Club on Friday 13 November 2015. 

The format for the day will be 4 ball ambrose, with participants from all parts of the Monash University community.

The goal of the day is to raise funds for the Talented Student Support Program (TSSP) and Monash University affiliated sporting clubs. These programs and clubs perform a valuable role promoting social inclusion and providing broad support networks for our students, as well as the opportunity to allow them to compete for their University.

For more info about the day and to register for the event, please refer to the Chancellor's Cup Golf Day webpage:

Monash Boardriders footage and events

Check out the Monash Boardriders - some great footage of their recent outings!

Australian University Surf Championships, part 1

Australian University Surf Championships, part 2

Australian University Surf Championships, part 3

Plus a video from their recent skate day

To get involved, just see the upcoming events on the Monash Boardriders Facebook page:

Surf Camp (Sept 4 - 6)

Learn to Surf Day (August 31)


2015 Australian University Games Team Captain Announcement

Preparations are well and truly under way with this year’s Australian University Games being just under 6 weeks away. It is building to be our biggest year yet with over 50 teams, 100 support staff and 700 students competing for Monash University at the AUG’s this year.

The 2015 Monash University Team Captains for the Australian University Games’ were announced at Sunday night’s Pep Rally at the Clayton Campus. This year’s Team Captains are Craig Dent and Amanda Fung.
Amanda has represented Monash at the AUGs since 2010 and Craig since 2011, both look forward to bringing their experience from their past tournaments into their role as captains in 2015.
Craig Dent
Amanda Fung
As well as playing at the AUGs and Varsity Games, Craig also represented Monash at the Asia Pacific University Basketball Challenge in South Korea last year.

Amanda has represented Monash in Ultimate Frisbee at the AUGs and SUGs. She was the captain of the Women's Australian Ultimate Frisbee team that competed at the World Championships in London this year and came fourth. 

Indigenous/Sport Forum

The Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit and TeamMONASH are proud to bring a timely event which will discuss whether there is a level playing field in sport - on and off the ground.

Join Jason Mifsud (Senior Advisor, Indigenous & Multicultural Affairs, AFL), Belinda Jakiel (former heptathlete and Director of the KorinGamadji Institute) and Kyle Vander Kuyp (Olympian) to hear about their experiences in sport and sports administration.

When: 12-1pm, Friday 4 September
Where: The Cinema, Campus Centre, Clayton

I would like to see you all attend if possible. Please forward this to colleagues and encourage them to come to what is sure to be an interesting and thought provoking session.

Ultimate Frisbee Success

Amanda Fung has just returned from competing at the highest levels in Ultimate Frisbee last month. Partially funded by a TeamMONASH International Sport Travel Grant, her trip included the US Open tournament in Ohio and the World Under 23 Championships in London.

Amanda’s team, Ellipsis, won the US Open Championship. As the only Australian team competing, Ellipsis’ skill was cemented by not only winning the tournament but by beating the current Ultimate Frisbee World Champions, Drag N’ Thrust. The profile of Ultimate Frisbee was raised as the team’s semi-final and final were both televised on ESPN3 in the USA.

Continuing on from her team’s success at the US Open, Amanda travelled on to London where she competed for Australia at the World Under 23 Championships. Amanda was the captain of the Australian team. The team came fourth, losing 12-13 to Canada in the nail biting Bronze Medal game. She was exceptionally happy to help Australia break into the top four in the world, breaking up what had long been thought of as the world’s four powerhouses – USA, Canada, Japan and Columbia.

Amanda is currently completing a double degree in Commerce and Law.

Monash Boardriders in 2015!

What a year 2015 has been for Monash Boardriders so far! 

The Monash Boardriders Club are lovers of skateboarding, surfing, and snowboarding, and cater to board riders of all skill levels. Their mantra is simple, if you love anything to do with riding a board, then this club is for you. The Monash Boardriders are in the middle of their biggest event calendar year yet, and welcome new members no matter what your boarding capabilities consist of.

There are a number of social and competitive activities members can take part in. For example there are the Surfing Uni Games, where the Monash Boardriders previously finished 2nd overall. This year the Monash Boardriders also traveled to Queenstown and Wanaka in New Zealand for a ten day snow trip. Surf camps at Lorne, Wye River and Sandy Point were also on the Boardriders' calendar this year.

Those looking to enhance their skills are welcome to attend 'Learn to Surf', 'Learn to Snowboard' and 'Learn to Skate' days, with lessons given by members of the Monash Boardriders. The first ever Surf Ball was also held earlier this year. 

A lot has been happening for the Monash Boardriders this year, however Semester 2 brings numerous more events:
  • Three surf camps.
  • Two weekend snow trips.
  • Regular skateboarding missions.
  • Learn to skate days.
  • Two learn to surf days.
  • More infamous Boardrider social nights!
For more information, visit the Monash Boardriders Facebook page at:

You can see the Monash Boardriders putting on skate or snow boarding demos around campus, such as at Monash Sport's Friday Night Freeze as part of Winter Fest on Friday 7 August. More info here:

Check out our latest facebook event photo album: