The mixed UCLU Lacrosse team scored a hefty win against KCL in Regent’s Park
Victory for the men’s rugby side last night sealed a successful Varsity series, winning the match 16-9 at Allianz Park.
UCLU Women’s Rugby has never, ever lost against KCLSU Women’s Rugby. Can this year’s Varsity squad uphold that honour tomorrow evening? No pressure at all… *gulp*
Tonight, UCLU will clash with KCLSU in the only free event in the 2014 London Varsity Series – fencing. Come along to the UCL North Cloisters and show you support at 6pm!
This Friday 14th of March, UCLU and KCLSU will clash in arguably the biggest rivalry in the London Varsity Series – the Rugby Varsity. After it was cancelled last year to much disappointment, the two sides are returning stronger and with more to prove.
Six fighters from both UCLU and KCLSU will face each other in the ring at ULU tomorrow evening in the first ever Muay Thai Kickboxing Varsity
Tomorrow, UCLU will fight for Varsity glory against KCLSU in the waters of Wapping.
The 2014 London Varsity Series takes off with the Hockey Varsity between UCLU and KCLSU on Friday 7th of March. Get behind your UC Hockey Men in this inaugural event and be part of London Varsity history!
The London Varsity Series introduces the Netball Varsity between UCLU and KCLSU for the first time ever – the Tab brings eager fans a guide to our UC Netball 1s.
UCL will be facing Imperial, last year’s Varsity champions, this week in the annual ice hockey showdown
Vicky Chan presents the highlights of our extraordinary first term in UCL Sport
UCLU Women’s Rugby win 5-0 against Uni of Kent.
Hockey, Taekwondo, Netball, Waterpolo, Muay Thai, Fencing and Rugby have been announced as the potential sports for the London Varsity programme.
UCL win 4-1 in latest battle on the court against King’s College London.
Why celebrity is overrated and dispelling the myth that Will East is cool.
The Buzz takes a glance at a largely successful season for our Men’s Firsts which unfortunately ended in disappointment.
Let’s just admit it: Rivalries are good.
UC managed to take Strand Poly to extra time, despite missing some key players and being issued an unbelievable four yellow cards during the game. Playing with 10 men or less for the entire added period eventually proved to be costly.
The Women kicked off a fantastic day for UCL as they beat King’s with a convincing score line of 28-5.
The Buzz is live at Twickenham Stoop to bring you live coverage of UCL’s destruction of our less evolved friends from the Strand.