FORMER UC CAPITAL JESS BIBBY STILL MAKING SHOTS

  Ex-UC Capitals games played record-holder Jess Bibby has become a familiar face around Canberra with her iconic Shotclock Espresso van.   Over the past two years since leaving professional sport, Jess has built her business to include four mobile vans serving up cafe-quality coffee at events, as well as a couple of permanent locations. Now, …

Grimmond Returns to Lead UC7s in 2018

  Former Australian rugby sevens player David Grimmond will again coach the University of Canberra in this year’s Uni 7s Series.   Grimmond returns to the helm after guiding the University to a fifth-place finish in the inaugural series in 2017.   “It’s great to be back working with the University of Canberra,” Grimmond said. …

UC CAPITALS SIGN KRISTY WALLACE FOR 2 YEARS

  The University of Canberra Capitals have signed Australian junior and WNBA prospect Kristy Wallace on a two-year deal.   The 22-year-old point guard has spent the last four years playing college basketball for Baylor University’s Lady Bears, in Texas. She co-captained the side in her senior year where she averaged 13 points, five assists …

ROCCI COMMITS TO UC CAPITALS FOR 2018/2019

  Rising star Maddison Rocci will take the court again in 2018/19 with the University of Canberra Capitals, after signing a new one-year contract with the club.   Rocci joined the UC Capitals in 2017/18 and dazzled in her rookie WNBL season following two impressive seasons with Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence (COE) program.   …

FROLING COMMITS TO TWO MORE YEARS WITH THE UC CAPITALS

  The 2018/19 WNBL season will be her third with the UC Capitals, with Froling joining the club in 2016 after two seasons of college basketball in Texas.   The 22-year-old said she is pleased to be continuing her career with the UC Capitals.   “I’ve loved playing for the UC Capitals and I’m excited …