Despite suffering an early scare, SIM capitalized on their experience to clinch a 70-44 victory over SIT, earning them their fourth straight win.
Singapore won four gold, six silver and 15 bronze medals at the 17th edition of the Games.
Singapore finish seventh at 17th ASEAN University Games Galleryarchery, badminton, basketball, chess, fencing, football, karate-do, Nation in Motion, silat, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, track-and-field, volleyball, wushu, Youth in Motion
Singapore completed their 17th ASEAN University Games outing with a total medal tally of four golds, six silvers and 15 bronzes.
Hannah Lee highlighted the athletics team's AUG outing with a shot put silver and a discus bronze with throw distances of 12.76m and 42.59m respectively.
The third-placed finish in SUniG helped SMU qualify for the upcoming IVP Games.
Jared Heng (#8) and Augustine Foo (#16) led SMU with two goals each, while Muhammad Za'im (#9) recorded a hat trick for SIT.
World University Floorball (Women): Singapore defeat Japan 6–2 in last group stage match to top Group B
Hosts Singapore Women top group B after defeating Japan 6–2 in their final group stage match in the 6th World University Floorball Championship.
World University Floorball (Men): Singapore suffer first defeat after 4–6 loss to Russia in third group stage match
With the loss, Singapore now stand second behind Russia in Group B with two wins and a loss after second day of competition.