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Student sports clubs and teams

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Interested in joining a student team? USC has a range of elite and social sporting clubs and teams for you.

Head to the USC Intervarsity Sport page if you are interested in being on a UniSport Nationals or intervarsity team.

Don’t see your sport here? Contact sport@usc.edu.au to start you own student team! USC also has a range of community teams to choose from who train and play on campus.

Basketball

University Basketball League (UBL)

Go to Intervarsity sport - University Basketball League (UBL).

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USC Social Basketball Club

This club aims build a strong community based around a social basketball competition, with competitive basketball opportunities available.

Join the Facebook group to stay up to date on scrimmage and meet information. All students welcome.

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Interested in watching professional basketball? Check out USC's partner teams Brisbane Bullets and USC RipCity NBL1.

Cheer and Dance

USC Cheerleading and Dance Team

Competing in both university and non-university competitions throughout the year, the USC Cheer and Dance team holds trials early in Semester 1. This team is passionate about cheer and dance, but also team work and having fun.

Semester 1 2020 Training:
  • Mondays at USC Stadium.
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Handball

USC Handball Club

USC Handball Club started in 2019 and are looking to grow their program in 2020. The team play and train socially as well as compete in mixed competition at UniSport Nationals.

Semester 1 2020 Training and Games:
  • TBA
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Netball

Queensland Premier League (QPL)

Go to Intervarsity sport - Queensland Premier League (QPL).

Trials: TBA
 Contact:
USC Netball Club

USC Netball Club are now taking expressions of interest for new members to play as part of a women's Queensland Premier League (QPL) team as well as mixed social competition and training.

Semester 1 2020 Training and Games:
  • Details coming soon
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Interested in watching professional netball? Check out USC's resident teams Sunshine Coast Lightning and USC Thunder.

Quidditch

USC Quidditch Club

USC's Quidditch League was founded in May 2014 and has evolved into a network of around 60 quidditch players of all skill levels, and their supporters. Through the league, a rich tapestry of friendships has been forged, and newcomers are always welcome.

The league currently consists of six teams who compete weekly in matches fuelled by friendly on-field rivalry, in two intra-university tournaments per year. These teams are the USC Thestrals, USC Nargles, USC Phoenix, USC Death Eaters, USC Basilisks and USC Greybacks. From these teams, the strongest players are selected to form the representative team, the USC Dementors.

Semester 1 2020 Training and Games:

The USC Quidditch League hold games every Wednesday evening from 6pm on Rugby Field 1 at USC Sunshine Coast. All are welcome to watch, play and make some great friends!

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Rugby League

USC Rugby League Club

After claiming a national bronze medal at the 2019 National Rugby 9's university competition, a club of enthusiastic rugby league players was formed. This club will host social training and competition as well as compete in university and community competitions. The club is open to men and women who want to play or learn how to play rugby league and rugby league 9's.

Semester 1 2020 Training and Games:
  • Mondays 6.30-8pm Mondays on Field 2
  • Wednesdays 6.30-8pm on Field 2
  • Fridays 6.30-8pm on Field 1 (Fridays are subject to USC Rugby Union home games)
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Volleyball

Intervarsity Volleyball League (IVL)

Go to at Intervarsity sport - Intervarsity Volleyball League (IVL).

Contact:
USC Volleyball Club

USC Volleyball Club are now taking expressions of interest for new members to play on Sunday nights.

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Don’t see your sport here? Contact sport@usc.edu.au to start you own student team!

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