NTU edged out NUS by two points to claim their first Men’s team victory since 2011, even as NUS retained the Women’s title and both individual victories.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: SIT puts up a 51-33 victory in their opening match against SIM
Overcoming first game jitters, SIT managed to hold their ground and overcome SIM for their SUniG debut. Choong Si Ying Sara (SIT #11) led all scorers with 15 points.
IVP Basketball (Women): NTU dominate final against first-time finalists SIT; SP edge out TP for 3rd place
Favourites NTU dominated the IVP Women's Basketball Championship final with a 61-34 victory against first-time finalists SIT, while SP edged out TP 60-50 to clinch bronze.
IVP Basketball (Women): SIT spring last-minute upset against TP to advance to final; Favourites NTU brush past SP 63-44
A last quarter comeback saw the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) edge out Temasek Polytechnic (TP) 55-53 to move on to the IVP Basketball Championship final; while powerhouses Nanyang Technological University (NTU) brushed past Singapore Polytechnic (SP) in the other semi-final.
IVP Track and Field: NUS dominate field events as Shaun Moh clinches long jump treble; Brian See surpasses shot put meet record
Shaun Moh of the National University of Singapore (NUS) leapt 6.95 metres to clinch his third IVP long jump gold in three years, while his NUS teammates Brian See, Bryan Koh, Chiu Jing Wen and Maya Shanmugaratnam dominated two out of three throws events with 1-2 finishes in the men's shot put and women's javelin.
Chan Zhe Ying of National University of Singapore clinched the gold medal in the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic men’s triple jump event with a distance of 14.40 metres, beating his school teammate Joseph Zhao by 0.29 metres.
IVP Track and Field: Friendly rivalry pushes TP’s Haanee and Clara to 1-2 finish in 100m; NTU’s Khairyll conquers strong field of competitors
Temasek Polytechnic (TP) duo Haanee Hamkah and Clara Goh sprinted to a 1-2 finish in the IVP women's 100m final, finishing in 12.66s and 12.75s respectively. In the men's final, NTU's Khairyll Amri came out tops in a race of high quality, with the top four all dipping below the 11-second barrier and all eight finalists finishing under 11.3s.
Nanyang Technological University wrapped up one of the most competitive Singapore University Games basketball seasons in recent years by avenging last year’s loss against Singapore Institute of Technology with a dominant 74-52 victory to come in third.