Monash x ORDER Academy League of Legends OCS Week Five Wrap


Winners are grinners! Monash x ORDER Academy responded to last week loss with a resounding victory in week five of the Oceanic Challenger Series over UTS e-Sports.

Finding a Balance: Broadening VIS Cyclists Horizons


The Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS) has been helping cyclists tackle the challenges of isolation head on. VIS cyclist and 2019 Monash graduate, Conor Rowley, has been one the many beneficiaries of this support.

Monash x ORDER Academy League of Legends OCS Week Four Wrap


The fourth round of the Oceanic Challenger Series regular season is in the books and Monash x ORDER Academy suffered its second loss of the season.

Monash x ORDER Academy League of Legends OCS Week Three Wrap


Last week saw the third round of the Oceanic Challenger Series regular season and Monash x ORDER Academy fought its way back into the winners circle!

Monash Blues Isolation Charity Run Raises $3,000 for Victims of Domestic Violence


Over the weekend, Monash Blues Football Club (MBFC) hosted a virtual charity run to raise awareness for victims of domestic violence.

Monash x ORDER Academy League of Legends OCS Week Two Wrap


The League of Legends Oceanic Challenger Series continued this week and Monash x ORDER suffered its first loss of the season.

Monash x ORDER Academy League of Legends OCS Week One Wrap


The League of Legends Oceanic Challenger Series got underway last week and ORDER Academy got off to a flyer! Made up entirely of Monash University students, ORDER Academy defeated Gravitas Academy with ease.

Monash Bridge Stars Embracing the Positives of Isolation


For the majority of our ESPS athletes and performers, the impact of COVID-19 has been resoundingly negative. However, our two bridge champions, Danica Fuller and Damon Flicker, have had no trouble finding the silver-linings of being stuck at home.

UniSport Australia Life Membership for Team MONASH Director Martin Doulton


Late last week, at the 28th UniSport Australia Annual General Meeting (AGM), Team MONASH Director, Martin Doulton, was inducted as a UniSport Life Member.

Monash Alumni Laetisha Scanlan Qualifies for Tokyo 2021


Last month, former Monash student Laetisha Scanlan qualified for the Tokyo 2021 Australian Shooting Team.

UniSport Lockdown League Launched!


We invite all students, staff, club members and alumni to represent Monash in this fun competition to build community interaction and grow friendly inter-university rivalry!

Virtual Mother’s Day Classic Wrap Up


A massive thank you to each and every one of you who participated or donated to our #TeamMonash Virtual Mother’s Day Classic team this weekend!

A Day in the Life of Elite Student Athlete Jessica Au


Final year Monash medical student, and soccer/futsal champion, Jessica Au hasn’t allowed isolation to dampen her spirits.

MUDA Runs Our First Online Trivia Night!

Dodgeball Club

Despite all the COVID-19 changes, MUDA members and friends still got the chance to battle it out at our Online Trivia Night!

MONCAD Athletes Qualify for FISU World University Championships in Korea


Monash University Cheer and Dance (MONCAD) athletes have once again qualified to represent Australia and compete at the FISU World University Championships (WUC) Cheer & Dance, this time, in Korea.

Monash Dance Society Producing Online Video Series to Keep Members Moving


The Monash Dance Society has become the latest of our clubs to provide some much needed online support for its members.

2020 Mothers Day Classic Virtual Event


Join us in these challenging times for the virtual Mother's Day Classic event!

Monash Opera Singer Embracing Full-time Dad Duties Amid COVID-19


Monash University student and professional opera singer, Shoumendu Schornikow, is making the most of his break from work.

2019/20 Grand Final Wrap

Cricket Club

On March 22nd the Monash University Cricket Club played in two Grand Finals

Mid Year Cricket

Cricket Club

In Melbourne Winter of 2011 John Hammer, Neil Daily and David Goodwin, along with many others formed the Mid Year Cricket Association, a great initiative for cricketers of all abilities and from all levels to continue to improve their cricket skills all year round. John had devised that the majority of Melbourne’s rain fall is in September, and despite the single figure maximum temperatures, cricket could be played during the middle of the year in the Southern Hemisphere.

Pancake Palour

Cricket Club

Help us win $5,000 by earning points for our club via The Pancake Parlour's Club Rewards program.

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