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USC students step up as sport statisticians
13 September - Two USC Sport and Exercise Science students have become sought-after match statisticians for some of the world’s biggest international netball tournaments.
Sporty new degree at Fraser Coast
14 October 2015 - Sport fanatics on the Fraser Coast have the opportunity to turn their passion into a career with the University of the Sunshine Coast introducing a Bachelor of Sports Studies from 2016.
Former All Blacks skills coach talks biomechanics
29 July 2015 - A University of the Sunshine Coast exercise expert will present the science of taking an athlete’s performance from good to great in a public lecture on Friday 7 August.
USC research to be presented at U3A lecture series
18 June 2015 - USC academics will outline their exciting research activities at a series of public lectures starting Friday 26 June that has been organised by the Noosa branch of the University of the Third Age (Noosa U3A).
PhD student to present football findings in Qatar
23 October 2014 - A USC researcher has identified differences in the kicking mechanics of soccer players who have had a common type of groin pain, compared to those who have not.
Science helps basketballers score life goals
12 June 2014 - A USC sports scientist who worked with the Australian Boomers Basketball Team has now also shared his secrets with junior players at a local community sports club.