Awards 2017

The annual Scottish Student Sport Awards, recognizing the highest achieving athletes, coaches and volunteers in Scotland.


Club of the Year

University of Edinburgh Hockey Club

 Female Athlete of the Year

Laura Muir (Athletics) – University of Glasgow

 Award Winners 2017

Team of the Year


University of Stirling Golf Team

Male Athlete of the Year

Duncan Scott (Swimming) – University of Stirling


Coach of the Year

Ben Higson & Steve Tigg (Swimming) – University of Stirling

 Volunteer of the Year

Amber Main (Badminton) – Heriot-Watt University


 Healthy Body Healthy Mind Awards 2017

Five Stars

University of Strathclyde
University of Glasgow

 Four Stars

West Lothian College
University of Stirling
University of Dundee
Dundee & Angus College
City of Glasgow College

Three Stars

University of the West of Scotland
Forth Valley College
Fife College

 Two Stars

University of Aberdeen
Edinburgh Napier Students’ Association
Edinburgh College

One Star

Heriot-Watt University


Categories


This will be awarded to a male individual for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2016-17 season. This can include international performances.

This will be awarded to a female individual for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2016-17 season. This can include international performances.

This will be awarded to a team for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2016-17 season. This can include international performances.

This will be awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to student sport by coaching during the 2016-17 season. Good quality coaching; innovative ideas; dedication to the sport; and a drive to continually improve their own skills are some of the areas to consider.

This will be awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to student sport during the 2016-17 year.  The contribution may be in many forms such as exceptional active or administrative services to a club, college, or university; as a faithful club servant, committee member, leader; officiating; coaching; or purely down to their love of sport. Volunteers purely in a coaching capacity should be nominated for the Coach of the Year award.

This will be awarded to a club that can demonstrate excellence in the 2016-17 season. Increasing memberships, upping participation, innovative projects, developing volunteers, promoting the role of officials; fundraising, community links and involvement in institution activity are just certain elements that would demonstrate excellence.