News archive 2021
Five University of Exeter alumnae and one current student have been named in training squads for 2021 Vitality Netball Super League across a number of the franchises. With the majority of the 2020 league cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic the squads have been training hard in a very long pre-season ahead of the anticipated start date for the 2021 league.
EUMCC cricketer Dominic Goodman makes his 1st Class debut in Gloucestershire's win over Somerset
University of Exeter Performance Sport Bursar, Rayen Cupid, travelled to the Dominican Republic to compete in the Pan American Weightlifting Championships as part of her journey to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
The fully anticipated AU Dinner Award winners have been announced!
University of Exeter Sports SCholar, Kaitlin Lawrence, makes Scotland A squad selection for the 2021/22 season.
University of Exeter Netball athlete, Mae Trumean-Davies, is off to Europe Netball Challenge competition.
The University of Exeter has recently been accredited as a dual-career site, supporting elite athletes in full-time education.
Exeter Sport Scholars Merryn Doidge and Flo Robinson have been selected to the Red Roses squad for the upcoming Autumn internationals.
Christ Tshiunza receives a call-up to the Welsh squad for the autumn internationals, hours before his BUCS Super Rugby debut against Cardiff.
International selection for current and alumnae students, joining Wales on their Hockey World Cup Journey.
Exeter students help make up the women's Welsh Hockey squad ahead of their 2022 World Cup qualifier campaign.
Dodgeball is now an official BUCS sport for the first time this year, and gets voted into the AU by our existing 50 clubs at our first AU Council meeting this term.
Exeter netball high performance athletes have not failed to score high this season, with another international selection under their belts. First year student, Ella Porter has landed her place in the Wales U21 squad for the netball europe series in the Isle of Man.
Back at Sandy Park for the first time 20 months, a clinical second-half performance saw Exeter pull clear, with a double from Kofi Barton-Byfield and a further score from replacement Jack Potter adding to Eddie Bullock’s first half effort to seal the victory in front of an electric crowd!
The goal is now finally looking like a reality for current student Christ Tshiunza, having been named amongst the replacements for Wales’ test match with Fiji on Saturday. (Photo credit Andy Watts/ JMP Sport)
Current students Martha Taylor and Ella Burnley have been selected for the England U21 hockey squad for their Junior Women world cup campaign, whilst Rhys Bradshaw was part of Wales' historic 2023 World Cup qualifiers.
British Keelboat Academy selection, BUCS success and a World Championship brewing: Exeter Sailing are already having a successful season to shout about.
The year started off with a bang as the club had a record membership sign up - with interest across our BUCS, futsal, Sunday League and social options - with a 50% increase in numbers from the 2020/21 year!
University of Exeter's Athletic Union (AU) President, Katy Dalglish, takes you through the highs of term 1, from charity fundraising to BUCS success. Here at Exeter, excellence in sport has most certainly been demonstrated once again.