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Points from each competition will go towards an overall winning the University and Tertiary Sport New Zealnad Shield. Some of the events provide the winning teams to represent New Zealand at the World University Games. Other events may also provide for students to qualify for World University Championships in their respective sports.
This is a joint project across all campuses that involves the Recreation and Sport Departments, Student Associations, High Performance Coordinators, and Clubs Coordinators across all three campuses as well as Distance students at Massey University.
Massey University Sports Coordinator
Women's Rugby Sevens, 25 March - Palmerston North
Massey University finished third but took the winners points as the highest finishing team with all their own students.
Futsal, 7 to 10 April - Christchurch
The men's team finished 5th and the women's team finished 4th.
Basketball 3x3, 9 April - Christchurch
Men's team finished 8th. However, they were the second highest point scorers only behind the winners.
Table Tennis, 13 May - Auckland
Our young men's team finished 4th.
Badminton, 4/5 June - Auckland
A mixed competition with teams consisting of both men's and women's players, our team finished 3rd.
Hockey, 3 to 6 July - Wellington
Massey University could not field a team in this competition.
Volleyball, 22/23 July - Wellington
Our women's team finished 5th while the men's team had our highest finish in the UTSNZ Shield series at 2nd place.
Netball, 23/24 September - Auckland
A strong Massey team represented by students in all three campuses finished in 4th place.
Basketball 5x5, 25 to 27 September - Christchurch
Our men's team comprised of students from Albany who finished 7th overall.
We did not have a girls' team in the competition this year.
A five person selection committee will review all athletes who register their interest for joining a Massey University team.
The selection committee will be made up of one representative from each campus, nominated by agreement from the Recreation Manager and the Student President from each campus. These three individuals will select the team.
In addition, the two Massey University high performance coordinators will provide (non-voting) advice on the athletes who have registered.
The Selection Committee will chose a team or individual who they determine to be best placed to represent Massey University at the highest level. Some of the factors involved in the selection process will include:
Athletes should expect to cover their own cost of registration, travel, accommodation and equipment. The Recreation Centre and Student Association will undertake to assist where they are capable of doing so within the limits of their respective resources.
Students may seek assistance through the club grant process to defray costs. There is no guarantee of financial assistance from the University or the Student Associations. In addition, individuals and teams are encourage to fund raise to cover their costs of competition.
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Last updated on Monday 02 October 2017
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The Badminton team was led by National Doubles Champion Anona Pak (centre) .
Our young Table Tennis team was coached by NZ no.3 Matt Ball.
The Vollyeball men enjoyed their experience under the guidance of their coach and Massey staff member Bevan Eureti.
The Futsal teams' impressive efforts led to an amazing experience and a huge improvement from last year.
The Women's Rugby Sevens girls finished third but gained winners points for having all Massey students in their team.
The Volleyball girls finished 5th - another excellent experience for our young team.
The women's Netball team were placed 4th for the second year in a row.
The men's Basketball team had an amazing experience at the 5x5 champs.