News Archive, Tag: Trendell Sports Scholarship

Hockey player Peter Scott is a Trendell Sporting Scholar for 2015-16

Toby Reynolds-Cotterill and Peter Scott named among top three young hockey players in country

21 January 2016

Team Bath Buccaneers hockey players past and present were named as two of the top three 18-and-under boys in the country at the Higgins Group Youth and Junior Awards.  Goalkeeper Toby Reynolds-Cotterill, who helped Buccs win the EHL Men’s Conference West in 2015, won the overall award in his age group after being capped at both U18 and U21 level. Ranked third was Sport Performance student Peter Scott, pictured, a Trendell Sports Scholar who scored...

Golden debut for sporting scholar Jenny Nesbitt at European Cross-Country Championships

14 December 2015

University of Bath sporting scholar Jenny Nesbitt enjoyed a golden debut at the European Cross-Country Championships in France as she helped Great Britain’s U23 women to team success. The 20-year-old Sports & Social Science student, who is supported by a Trendell Sports Scholarship, finished a fine 13th in the individual rankings in Hyeres on Sunday. She was the third-fastest Brit, behind Laura Muir in fourth and Madelaine Murray in tenth. Rebecca Murray was 14th, Beth...

Rugby student Sydney Gregson helps England Women’s XV to exciting win over Canada

02 December 2015

University of Bath rugby player Sydney Gregson helped England Women’s National Academy side record a last-gasp win over Canada in a 12-try thriller on Tuesday. The Sport Performance student, who is supported by a Trendell Sports Scholarship, played at full-back as England’s development team touched down twice in the last ten minutes to seal a 37-29 victory at Esher RFC. Gregson, who had a key role in the decisive last-minute try, was one of a number...

Athlete Jenny Nesbitt is a Trendell Sports Scholar for 2015-16

Sporting scholar Jenny Nesbitt gets GB call for European Cross Country Championships

01 December 2015

University of Bath student Jenny Nesbitt has been named in a 36-strong British Athletics squad for the European Cross Country Championships in France. The 20-year-old Sports & Social Science, student who is a Trendell Sports Scholar, will compete in the women’s U23 race in Hyères on Sunday, December 13. It continues a remarkable return to competition for Nesbitt, who was a UK champion at U17 level but had her career put on hold for two...

Looking to combine study and sport? Applications being taken for 2015/16 Dual Career programme

20 May 2015

Combining study and high-performance sport can be a challenge – and one that becomes even tougher if you are an unfunded athlete. But the University of Bath Dual Career programme is helping to take the stress out of pursuing both sporting and academic excellence. And it is clearly having a positive impact, with current student athletes enjoying national and international success across a host of sports during 2014/15 including badminton, skiing, sailing, tennis and fencing....

Angus Pedersen nets GB badminton call-up for World University Games in Gwangju

01 May 2015

Badminton player Angus Pedersen has capped a memorable first year at the University of Bath by being named in the Great Britain squad for the World University Games in South Korea. The Chemical Engineering student – who has won a host of medals since joining Pete Bush’s training group in September – is looking forward to representing his country at the Games, taking place in Gwangju from July 3-14. “It was really surprising to get...

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