Tuesday, March 28, 2017
A dramatic victory on the second hole of a play-off for Bjorn Bojesen saw the University of St Andrews Golf team defeat Northumbria University and secure their passage to a first-ever BUCS Championship semi-final. The team had good conditions and home advantage for their game on the Jubilee Course last Wednesday and began the morning in impressive fashion with three...
St Andrews may have comfortably won the historic varsity game at the start of the season, but Edinburgh got the better of the team last Wednesday in the BUCS trophy quarter-final, running out 22-18 winners. There was a palpable sense of excitement amongst the crowd at University Park, with fans of both sides knowing that a solid 80 minutes would...
Aikido Club Captain Brendan Mackay took some time out of his schedule to meet with The Saint and discuss some exciting projects on the horizon for the club.
Harry Dean compares the Patriots' comeback win in the Superbowl with other memorable sporting comebacks.
Sport editor Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from University Park last week, where the men's rugby team manfully took down Worcester 78-0 to cement their position atop the table.
In their first match after the winter break, the men’s first football team welcomed their counterparts from Glasgow Caledonian University for their round of 16 clash in the Queen’s Park Shield.
Henry Mallin went to meet with members of the Mountaineering Club to discuss their successes so far and what's next for one of St Andrews' fastest growing clubs.
Jason Segall offers an excellent review of England's dismal test performance in India this winter, where they lost 4-0 to the world's best team.
There is increasing criticism of the entertainment aspect afforded to sporting events but deputy sport editor Jack Cannon argues that it's doing no real harm at all.
Richard Hunter explains his current feelings of loss regarding the San Diego Chargers.