Latest News from UKSAA

  • Exeter, Warwick successes - new editorial published on a variety of topics, including a publication date for accepted entries to BUCS Outdoors, brief details of the team heading to Naples for the World Uni Games and details of outdoor regional wins (and the effect of those wins) for Warwick and Exeter. [23/May/19 17:00]

  • Warwick won BUTTS Outdoors, held on Sat 18th May, full results on BUTTS 2018/19 page. Birmingham were second, with Oxford in third and Loughborough fourth. Birmingham won the novice title ahead of Cambridge. The round shot was a St George/Albion/Windsor. William Pike (Warwick) broke the All Unis record for gents recurve [corr.] St George by 3 with 860. Warwick broke the senior team St George/Albion record by 143 with 3324. [updated 22/May/19 17:30]

  • The British squad for the 30th Summer Universiade has been announced on BUCS website. The squad comprises 7 archers - 3 recurves and 4 compounds, see the 2019 squad list in the Internationals section. Archery is a compulsory sport at the Summer Universiade for the first time. The tournament takes place in Naples, Italy and archery events run from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th July. [21/May/19 16:00]

  • Exeter win SWWU match 6, held on Sat 18th May, full results and updated tables on SWWU 2018/19 page. Plymouth were second ahead of Swansea who were third and who also won the novice match. The round shot was a St George/Albion/Windsor. Exeter further extend their lead at the top of the senior SWWU table to 11 points. Even though there is a match still to play, Exeter are therefore confirmed as SWWU champions for the third year in a row. Swansea's novices now lead the SWWU novice table by 5 points. [updated 20/May/19 14:00]

  • Results of a friendly between Liverpool, Keele and UCLan now published in the Other Fixtures section. [19/May/19 21:00]

  • UKSAAgram - new editorial published on a variety of topics. UKSAA is now on Instagram, so follow away, plus a review of SWWU match 5 as Exeter extend their lead. Hosts Bristol were second, ahead of third placed Swansea who also won the novice match. Paul Cobee (Bath) broke the All Unis record for gents barebow St George with 616. Also Edinburgh won SSS Outdoors (on 20th Apr) with Strathclyde in second place, preliminary results published this week. Bradford won NEUAL Outdoors (11th May) results to follow. Plus a look ahead to a busy competitive weekend, the last opportunity to get a qualifying score for BUCS Outdoors. [16/May/19 14:00]

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Welcome to the United Kingdom Student Archery Association (UKSAA) website. The UKSAA is an independent, informal website created to help disseminate information within the UK's university archery community. Every member of a university archery club and anyone else who wishes to help can consider themselves a member of the UKSAA. The UKSAA's email address is .

UKSAA covers all the UK's university competitions and their results, especially the nationwide ones (BUCS Indoor and Outdoor, the E-League and BUTC) and the five regional competitions (SSS, BUTTS, SWWU, NEUAL and SEAL). Current site content also includes editorial articles, a season-long competition calendar and a club directory, with contact information from the UK's university archery clubs.

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