Aberdeen University Sports Union

Aberdeen University Sports Union

Aberdeen University Sports Union (AUSU) is an elected body responsible for the running of all organised student sport at the University of Aberdeen. It is a constituent part of Aberdeen University Students' Association. It is not responsible for facilities and rents time for its clubs from Aberdeen Sports Village. Season 2009/10 saw Aberdeen University ranked 31st in Britain for university sport, down seven places on 2008/09. In Scotland they finished fifth, down three places on 2008/09. The Sports Union President for the 2012/2013 season is Clare McWilliams.

Aberdeen University
Sports Union
Institution University of Aberdeen
Location Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
Established 1889 (as Athletics Association (AA))
Members c. 13,900 total
Affiliations British University & College Sports, Scottish Student Sport
Website http://www.ausa.org.uk

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