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UBL: Top 8 men’s and women’s teams locked in

Updated: May 30, 2023

The last round of matches of the regular season of the University Basketball League Australia (UBL) have now been completed and with qualification for finals resting on results, it has been a thrilling week and a long wait for many teams.

In the men’s competition, University of Technology of Sydney (UTS), The University of Melbourne (MELB) and the University of Sydney (USYD) recorded wins cementing their positions as the top 3 teams respectively. The University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC) were unable to secure any additional wins in their double header in Sydney resulting in a fourth place finish.

The result of the Perth local derby ended the season for one of the two WA based teams and in a tough match, The University of Western Australia (UWA Maali) came up with the win. The University of Tasmania (UTAS), RMIT University (RMIT) and the University of Adelaide (AU Waatu) filled the remaining positions in the top 8 of the men’s competition.

The final rankings in the women’s competition saw a lot of movement over the final weeks of the regular season but securing their ninth win and the top ladder position was USYD.

With seven wins on the board, the head to head results from the LTU and UTS match broke the tie giving LTU the second place and UTS third. Victoria University (VU) finished in fourth place on the ladder.

MELB, UTAS, UWA Maali and UniSC secured the remaining spots in next week’s preliminary finals.

View the final ladders after the regular season

The 16 teams will head to Narrandjeri Stadium (Thornbury) on Monday 15 May for the first of the three-week finals series to contest the preliminary finals with the winning teams keeping their finals journey alive and securing a position in the semi-finals.

The preliminary finals schedule for week 1 is:

Check out every game and all the highlights LIVE and FREE, at UniSportTV.

About UBL

The University Basketball League Australia (UBL) is a national university basketball competition first established in 2021. Eleven universities from five states across Australia participate in the competition in both men’s and women’s divisions. The twelve-week competition will see more than 120 games played in a home and away format on university campuses. All games are live streamed free and on demand through UniSportTV.

For more information on the UBL click here

About UniSport    

 UniSport Australia (UniSport) is the peak body for university sport in Australia. 43 universities are members of UniSport, representing a population of over one million students. UniSport’s ambition is to become an integral partner to Australian universities and to deliver an outstanding student experience at our national intervarsity competitions.     

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