Professor Mashoor Al - Refai attends the final of the Men’s Jordanian Universities Basketball Championship, 2017

Monday, April 17, 2017 - 11:00




Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, President of both the Jordanian University Athletic Union and of Princess Sumaya University for Technology, attended the final match of the Men’s 2017 Jordanian University Athletic Union Basketball Championship. The teams from PSUT and the University of Jordan met in the sports arena of the Applied Science University (ASU), as the culmination of the championship organized by the Jordanian University Athletic Union, which was contested by 16 public and private universities. The PSUT team qualified for the final match after beating ASU with a score of 60/56.

The President of the Jordanian University Athletic Union, Dr. Mashoor Al-Refai, presented the University of Jordan team with the Men’s Jordanian Universities Basketball Championship Cup, and awarded the silver medal to the PSUT team. The teams from ASU and the Jordanian University of Science and Technology (JUST) shared the bronze medal position.

Prof. Al-Refai congratulated the winning teams in the Jordanian Universities Basketball Championship, where first place was taken by the University of Jordan, second by PSUT, and joint third by ASU and JUST. He also thanked all those who contributed to the success of this tournament, which helps university students to develop their skills and abilities, and enhance their sense of belonging.

PSUT achieved the following results in the first round:

PSUT defeated the University of Zarqa with a score of 63/8.

PSUT defeated Al al-Bayt University with a score of 66/33.

PSUT defeated Al-Balqa' Applied University 20/0, after Al-Balqa' withdrew from the competition.

Thus, PSUT went through to the second round, where they met Al-Zaytoonah University in a match which PSUT won 79/57. In the semi-finals, PSUT beat ASU with a score of 60/56, a win which took them into the finals to meet the University of Jordan. The University of Jordan came out victorious over PSUT with a score of 64/49.