• The Monthly BUCS Round-Up

    As the academic year gets into full swing, so does a new season of BUCS sport. UoN have increased their reputation as a sporting university in recent years, finishing fourth in the BUCS standings for the past three years and winning the title of Sports University of the Year...
  • Can the Green and Golds come back with a bang in 2018/19?

    Here at the University of Nottingham we have a long sporting heritage, being one of the founding institutions of the inter-varsity competition now known as BUCS, and having finished in the top 10 of the university leagues for more than 30 years. Our sporting greats have gone on to...
  • UoN repeat their domination over NTU in the Varsity Squash

    The University of Nottingham battled out a hard fought 5-0 win over Nottingham Trent in the Varsity Squash. After a success ridden season by UoN’s squash teams, with the women’s first team being crowned national champions and the men’s team coming runners up, the tie always looked like it...
  • BUCS Review : Men’s Hockey 1s triumphant along with 13 other teams through to BUCS Big Wednesday

    The University of Nottingham (UoN) hit form once again in the British Universities and Colleges (BUCS) leagues and cups, winning 53% of their matches last Wednesday and retaining third in the overall BUCS rankings with 3657.3 points. In the game of the day, it was a resounding performance for the men’s firsts...
  • Green and gold still on tails of second-placed Durham in BUCS standings

    The University of Nottingham (UoN) have broken away from fourth-placed Edinburgh and are still chasing Durham in second position in the BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) standings after another fantastic week of results. Edinburgh currently lie on 2827 points, while the green and gold have extended their tally...
  • Third consecutive Open Rackets title for UoN Squash president

    On Saturady 11th February, Nottingham’s Lea Van Der Zwalmen was able to win her third straight British Open Rackets title with a 3-0 victory over Georgie Willis in the grand final of the Ladies British Open held at the Queen’s Club London. Van Der Zwalmen showed a ruthlessly strong...
  • Fine margins at BUCS rankings summit as Green and Gold hold on to third

    University of Nottingham (UoN) Sport have clung onto third spot in the BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) rankings with 3074 points, but Edinburgh have closed the gap to just 29 points between third and fourth position. Looking up the leaderboard, the Green and Gold are only 106 points...