Intercollege

Intercollege

The ultimate sporting glory and bragging rights – who will win 2019?

As per tradition, Macquarie University Sport hosts Dunmore Lang College (DLC), Macquarie University Village (MUV) and Robert Menzies College (RMC) in a variety of sporting challenges throughout semester.

If you reside at any one of Dunmore Lang College (DLC), Macquarie University Village (MUV) and Robert Menzies College (RMC) and are interested in participating in the Intercollege Challenge or want updates on where your college currently stands, make sure you read through the news and events, the 2019 intercollege event schedule, the current points table and information on how to get involved.

About:

Each year Dunmore Lang College (DLC), Macquarie University Village (MUV) and Robert Menzies College (RMC) compete for the title of the best sporting college via the Intercollege Challenge.

Events are held on a monthly basis throughout semester, with Sport Representatives from each respective college, organising the teams.

All indoor events are held at the Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic Centre, Gymnasium Road. Outdoor events are played at Macquarie University Sports Fields, corner Talavera and Culloden Road.

News and Events:

Intercollege Event Schedule:

See below the schedule of events for 2019.

Sport/EventDayDateTime

Pool Party

TBATBATBA

Volleyball

Sunday3 March 20191.30pm - 5pm

Ultimate Frisbee

Sunday17 March 20192pm - 5pm

Netball

Sunday7 April 20191pm - 4pm

Football (Soccer)

Sunday12 May 201912pm - 3pm

Courtyard Challenge

TBATBATBA

North Ryde Fun Run

Sunday25 August 2019TBA

Dodgeball

Sunday8 September 20191pm - 4pm

Basketball

Sunday13 October 20191pm - 4pm

Touch Football

Sunday27 October 20192pm - 5pm

Current Intercollege Competition Table:

Below is the current Intercollege Competition table, detailing how many points were accrued across the events that have already taken place.

2019 Intercollege Competition Points Table

SportDunmore Lang College (DLC)Macquarie University Village (MUV)Robert Menzies College (RMC)

Pool Party

N/AN/AN/A

Volleyball

   

Ultimate Frisbee

   

Netball

   

Football (Soccer)

   

Courtyard Challenge

   

North Ryde Fun Run

   

Dodgeball

   

Basketball

   

Touch Football

   

TOTAL POINTS

   

How the Point System Works

EventPoints Accrued
Basketball,
Football,
Netball,
Touch Football,
Ultimate Frisbee,
Volleyball

3-2-1 system:

  • 3 points = Win
  • 2 points = Draw
  • 1 point = Loss
  • 0 points = Forfeit/Disqualification/No Show

North Ryde Fun Run

3-2-1 system attributed to the highest placed male and female in each race:

  • 3 points = 1st
  • 2 points = 2nd
  • 1 point = 3rd
  • 0 points = Forfeit/Disqualification/No Show
  • For participation (men and women combined) it will be 5-3-1 (for college with most participants on the day and then second and third).
  • Total points - 11

Courtyard Relay Race

3-2-1 system:

  • 3 points = 1st
  • 2 points = 2nd
  • 1 point = 3rd
  • 0 points = Forfeit/Disqualification/No Show

How to Get Involved with Intercollege Sport:

If you're interested in getting involved with the Intercollege challenge, make sure you first read through the Sport Representatives Manual.

Following that, if you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to get in contact with us via the information in the 'Contact Us' section of this page.

Contact Us About Intercollege Sport:

Have a question or query you feel hasn’t been answered? Would you like to know more? Contact us on 9850 6587, send your enquiry to this page or email emily.ross@mq.edu.au. Need an answer right away? Why not try the LiveChat feature in the bottom right hand corner of this page. We have a representative on standby ready and willing to help!

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