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Captain's Interview: Singapore Institute of Technology

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? The biggest challenge was to have everyone coming together to train consistently. Because of the different courses and faculties we’re in, there’s a great mix of us in school, at work, or having exchange overseas. This results in the team having lesser time to train together as a whole team 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year?     Every team we meet on the field is our rival, and should not be underestimated. We shifted our mindset to play our best as a collective effort and this allows us to challenge all the teams we’re up against accordingly. 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season?        Definitely. There are some new players in the team who brought in a different set of hard and soft skills, which helped to challenge us even further in our trainings. We had a change of coach this year. This meant that there are new changes in our approach for game play. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be?      My team is valuable in each of their own ways. All of us give our best for the team in different ways, and we depend on one another to grow as an individual and player. 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?)      One thing would be, we are constantly improvising and adapting on our style of play as the competition progresses. We are not predictable, but we always have a set play to fall back on 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position)     We would like to see ourselves getting at least a podium finish (3rd) this year.

Captain's Interview: National University of Singapore

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? Managing between our packed school schedules and trainings. 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year? We treat every team as equal opponents and will give our best against every team we play. 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season? We are missing quite a number of graduating players and a bulk of our team are new players. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be? Every member is equally valuable and has their roles to play in the team. 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?) Just watch us on the field. 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position) 1st.

Captain's Interview: Nanyang Technological University

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? One of the team’s big challenge was definitely losing key players, through graduation, exchange and injuries. But we’ve adapted so well as a team regardless. 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year? Honestly, ourselves. 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season? Nothing much has changed compared to last season. More freshies, new faces to grow as players. Gaining experience from this year and contribute more for their years to come. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be? Haha, we don’t really believe in a sole MVP. But if anything, Darryl and Yan Ching, the ones that played throughout. 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?) We have no restrictions of setting a positional goal to reach. We come into this competition with a goal to just play our best and have fun as a team together. 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position) Like i said, we give our best every game and take each results as they go regardless of positioning.

Captain's Interview: Singapore University of Technology and Design

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? Ourselves. We had to deal with alot of coordination problems among ourselves and ensuring everyone is on the same page 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year? Ourselves. Overcoming our own nervousness, keeping our focus and intensity. Making sure our own game is working before worrying about others 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season? Basically a whole new everything. We lost some of our best girl players this year. We restructured ourselves which resulted in a change dynamics and team philosophy. Everything we do was different from the norm. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be? Female MVP: Jia Yee Male MVP: Jun Heng 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?) Our new strategy that we hope to catch other school by surprise! 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position) 5th

Captain's Interview: Singapore Management University

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? One of our team’s biggest challenge was not having a coach, hence a few of our players have to take up the role of coaching, leading and playing. 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year? SIT due to the past year games. 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season? Team dynamic and the emphasis of building the right . Just like every school, key players will graduate or go on exchange. Therefore, we always make the best out of whatever resources we have. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be? I would nominate Titus and Jamie, not only are they good players on-field, they have contributed tremendously off-field for the team. On behalf of our team, I would like to thank them for their contribution and commitment to the team. ❤ 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?) We are the under dogs. 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position) Podium finish.

Captain's Interview: Singapore Institute of Management

1. What is your team's biggest challenge coming into SUniG 2019? We had difficulty fitting individuals into the most suitable position, but we have been trying to adjust and adapt. 2. Which team is your biggest rival this year? The biggest rival would be ourselves. 3. Was there anything different that you did as compared to last season? In almost every school-based competition, be it Sunig or IVP, there are bound to be players graduating. but i guess the thing that is constant would be the spirit and hunger to outperform ourselves. recently, we were privileged to be given an opportunity to take part in an overseas tournament held in Qingdao, China. Our team managed to clinch the golden cookie but above all, i feel that the friendships forged during the trip is superior and it will be the driving factor for us which we lacked last season. 4. If you have to nominate a Male and Female MVP on your team, who would that be? Male MVPs would be Bryan Yeo/Ben Ho and the Female MVP would be Caroline (Student Development Officer). Without them we would not be able to train so comfortably. 5. What is the unique differential of your team? (What sets you apart from the other schools?) I can’t really compare with others schools because i’m not there personally to undergo their trainings, but i can say that our team is definitely more determined this year! 6. And finally, what is the expected finish for SUniG 2019? (Position) To retain the title of course! but results aside, what matters most would be the team fighting for one another as they are already winner