Flinders University Sports Awards

The 2019 Flinders University Sports Awards were held on Friday the 25th of October at Alere Restaurant & Function Centre. It was an evening to celebrate the achievements of our sporting community and recognise those that have represented Flinders on and off the field within our sporting clubs, our representative teams or as athletes within our scholarship program. A highlight of of the night was our Guest Speaker, Holly Takos, who shared her story as student athlete and as a member of the Australian Track Cycling Team.

A special thanks to David Banks (GM Flinders University Sport & Fitness and Deb Agnew (Senior Lecturer in Sport, Health and Physical Activity) for attending the evening to present awards to our recipients. 

Please see list of award winners below;

2019 Club Awards

A.E Mitchell Award Sasha Carson (Flinders University Netball Club)
Volunteer of the Year Nikki Fawcett (Flinders University Hockey Club)
Bob Paddick Memorial Award Matt Miles (Flinders University Baseball Club)
Club of the Year Flinders University Ultimate Frisbee Club
Club Letters (Service) Nick Allen (Flinders Soccer Club)
Alfie Edgeworth (Flinders University Ultimate Frisbee Club)
Brian Youn (Flinders University Volleyball Club)
Club Letters (Performance) Madelene McNeil (Flinders Athletic Club)
Bailey Dyer (Flinders Athletic Club)
Sam Tonkin (Flinders University Ultimate Frisbee Club) 
Ted Wachtel (Flinders University Ultimate Frisbee Club)
Ferdy Ramhadan (Flinders University Ultimate Frisbee Club)
Patrick Inglis (Flinders University Baseball Club)
Blue Casey Goudie (Flinders University Lacrosse Club)



2019 UniSport Awards

Male Athlete of the Year Riley Cocks (Athletics)
Female Athlete of the Year Aleesha Robertson (Athletics)
UniSport Team of the Year Men’s Basketball (Nationals Div 2)
UniSport Service Award Abigail Batten (Div 2)
Aidan Smith (Div 1)



2019 Scholarship Awards

Commitment to Excellence Anu Francis (Rowing/ Badminton)
Para Athlete of the Year Caleb Crowden (Table Tennis)