The University’s history-making men’s football first team will begin another tilt at the Scottish Cup.
It has been another year of phenomenal success for athletes at Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence, with hauls of medals on the world stage, record-breaking runs in national cup tournaments and an impressive overall ranking in UK student sport competitions.
University of Stirling footballers have drawn Championship side Airdrieonians in the third round of the SPFL Trust Trophy after securing a convincing win over Clyde earlier this week.
University of Stirling swimmers have returned from the inaugural Under-23 European Championships with two gold and four silver medals for Great Britain.
Four swimmers from the University of Stirling have been selected to compete in this weekend’s inaugural LEN European Under-23 Championships in Ireland.
University of Stirling swimmers Duncan Scott and Lucy Hope have returned from the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, with four medals between them.
Eight swimmers from the University of Stirling – representing four countries – are jetting off to Japan in the coming days ahead of the World Aquatics Championships.
Former University of Stirling tennis scholar Maia Lumsden and partner Naiktha Bains have made the quarter finals at Wimbledon with a third successive win in the Ladies' Doubles.
Former University of Stirling tennis scholar Maia Lumsden continues to make excellent progress at this year's Wimbledon - winning her second round match in the Ladies' Doubles.
Former University of Stirling golf scholar Graeme Robertson will compete in The Open Championship later this month after securing his spot in Final Qualifying.
An outstanding performance from University of Stirling sports scholar and soon-to-be graduate Brandon McMullen has led Scotland to the latter stages of the Cricket World Cup qualifiers.
The University of Stirling’s reputation for sporting excellence and promoting wellbeing was underlined this week – winning in three categories at the Scottish Student Sport Awards.
The University of Stirling is sending a group of student and staff volunteers to Zambia to help develop opportunities in sport for young people, as part of the Volunteer Zambia sport programme.
University of Stirling Golfer Lorna McClymont has won the Women’s Irish Open title
The University of Stirling’s men’s football team have capped an incredible season by winning their third title of an outstanding eight-competition campaign in dramatic fashion.
The University of Stirling’s Lorna McClymont and George Cannon have been crowned the best student golfers in the UK after finishing the British Universities and Colleges (BUCS) Tour in top spot.
Sports heritage experts at the University of Stirling have been appointed to evaluate a major celebration of football in Scotland.
The University of Stirling has ranked top five in the world and first in the UK for its sports facilities and its campus environment in a sector-leading survey tracking the international student experience.
The University of Stirling’s student footballers have been crowned the best in Scotland after snatching an injury time winner in the final of the prestigious Queen’s Park Shield.
Five University of Stirling swimmers have been chosen to represent the UK in one of the most prestigious events on the world sports calendar – the 2023 FINA World Swimming Championships in Japan.
The University of Stirling tennis development programme has been expanded after securing vital funding from The Stirling Fund.
University of Stirling golfers enjoyed a match to remember this past week as they hosted Yale University in an exhibition match at the King’s Course, Gleneagles.
It was a day of passion, unwavering team spirit and hard-fought competition for Stirling’s tennis and football athletes as they vied for top titles in UK university sport.
A new performance triathlon centre designed to develop the next generation of world-class Scottish and British athletes, has launched at the University of Stirling.
Excitement builds as University of Stirling football and tennis teams bid to be crowned best in the UK
The University of Stirling’s sporting prowess will be in focus next week when its student footballers and tennis stars bid to win the top UK university titles in their respective sports.
Stirling student James Craik has led his fellow Team GB curlers to gold medals at the FISU Winter World University Games in Lake Placid, with a decisive 5-1 win over Team USA in the final.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Lilian Thuram send good luck messages to Stirling students ahead of Scottish Cup tie
Sir Alex Ferguson and World Cup winner Lilian Thuram are among a host of stars who have sent well wishes to the University of Stirling football team ahead of their historic match this weekend.
Staff and students across campus have voiced their support for the University of Stirling’s student footballers ahead of their encounter with Dundee United in the Scottish Cup.
University of Stirling student footballers will have the backing of an enormous away support when they take on Dundee United in their historic Scottish Cup encounter this weekend.
University of Stirling swimmers were crowned top club at the Scottish Short Course Championships in Edinburgh, with several squad members breaking Scottish records in the process.
University of Stirling student footballers have drawn Premiership side Dundee United in the Scottish Cup Fourth Round.
University of Stirling Men’s First Football Team made history on Saturday [November 26] – becoming the first university side to reach the last 32 of the Scottish Cup in more than 50 years.
University of Stirling sport scholar, Nicole Ritchie, continued her unbeaten streak in BUCS skiing competition as she won the BUCS Dryslope Championships for the fourth year in a row.
Stirling sport scholars Lorna McClymont and George Cannon have won the first round of the R&A Student Tour Series – the Stirling International – at Montrose Golf Links.
University of Stirling sport scholar Lucy Hope has enjoyed a great run of form at this year’s European Aquatic Championships in Rome.
University of Stirling swimmers have returned from the 2022 Commonwealth Games with a record 16 medals.
A record number of athletes from the University of Stirling will compete in this summer’s Commonwealth Games – with 20 set to travel to Birmingham in the coming days.
The head coach of the University of Stirling’s men’s football team – which competes across eight competitions – has been recognised with a prestigious award.
Professional golfer Catriona Matthew OBE – the first female sports scholar at the University of Stirling – has been inducted into the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Hall of Fame.
University of Stirling golf scholar Lorna McClymont has helped her team to win the 2022 Arnold Palmer Cup in Geneva, Switzerland.
Commonwealth Games-bound cyclist, Finn Crockett, took some time out the saddle this week – swapping Lycra for academic robes – as he graduated from the University of Stirling.
University of Stirling golf scholar, Lorna McClymont, ended her student golf season in style this past week after finishing top of the R&A Student Tour Series Order of Merit.
University of Stirling golfer, Louise Duncan, is taking on a unique challenge this week as she competes in the prestigious Augusta National Women’s Amateur in Georgia, US.
University of Stirling students, Toni Shaw and Ollie Carter, will be Stirling’s latest athletes to compete on the world stage after being selected to represent Britain at the Para Swimming World Championships in Madeira this summer.
University of Stirling golfer, Lorna McClymont, held off some of Europe's best university golfers this past week to win her third straight R&A Student Tour Series event at Infinitum Golf in Tarragona, Spain.
University of Stirling students, Scott Meenagh and Hugh Nibloe, are set to test themselves against the world’s best para-athletes this month as they represent ParalympicsGB at the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
University of Stirling graduates Hailey Duff and Mili Smith, and honorary graduate Eve Muirhead, have won gold in curling at the Winter Olympics.
A University of Stirling student and two recent graduates of the sports scholarship programme will leave for Beijing in the coming days after being selected to represent Team GB in curling at the Winter Olympics.
University of Stirling swimmers Duncan Scott and Kathleen Dawson – who both won gold at the 2020 Olympic Games – have been recognised in the New Year Honours list.
University of Stirling footballers have sealed back-to-back British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Premier North titles with a 3-0 win over Durham University.