After a successful first run last year, the DCU Basketball Mixed 3v3 Tournament is returning next Tuesday with a slight twist, as the club have partnered with the MELLIE Project.
DCU enjoyed a successful run in the 2018 All-Ireland Intervarsity Karate Championships finishing second in UCC on March 10th.
DCU swimmer Brendan Hyland embarked on his first challenge of the New Year in Edinburgh, building upon a hugely impressive and competitive 2017, which included some blistering performances during the World University Games in Taiwan.
A first competition in four years beckoned for DCU table tennis club – but after only being reformed early in the semester, they surely couldn’t leave a significant impact.
DCU Cycling Club will be hosting a slale of cycling gear that is open to the whole college.
DCU Men’s Freshers Basketball coach Gavin Doyle said claiming the All-Ireland Freshers title in his first outing as a coach was an “incredible feeling”.
The DCU Swimming and Water Polo club swept up at the intervarsity gala held in NUIG on the 18th of November, winning eight golds between individual and relay races.
DCU women’s volleyball side triumphed in the plate competition in the Irish Volleyball Intervarsities at the Mardyke Arena in University College Cork.
DCU Karate Club scooped eight medals in the Dublin Inter-Collegiate Cup which was held in UCD on November 12th.
DCU students took a big haul of ITF Taekwondo World Championship medals as Adam Shelley retained his 70kg world champion title.