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Vampire Cup: History and Results

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Vampire Cup History

Vampire Cup was first incepted in 2008 as a small competition resulting in approximately 400 donations Australia wide. It has since grown with each consecutive year to result in over 2000 donations in 2017. In 2017, ANU went #backtoback to win the Cup with 87% of their cohort donating a huge 316 donations! But can they go #3inarow in 2018 or will a new University bleed to glory?

2017 Vampire Cup Results

University

Red 25 Name

Percentage Donations

Total Donations

Total New Donors

Australian National University

ANUMSS

86.81

316

38

Deakin University

MEDUSA

44.57

234

27

University of Queensland

UQMS

27.02

344

89

Bond University

MSSBU

23.83

112

48

University of Melbourne

UMMSS

23.57

285

70

University of New England

UNEMSA

21.67

65

11

University of Wollongong

WUMSS

19.72

56

7

University of Tasmania

TUMSS

18.30

86

10

Griffith University

GUMS

17.56

105

29

Western Sydney University

UWSMS

15.54

83

34

University of Western Australia

WAMSS

13.79

122

33

Notre Dame Sydney

MANDUS

12.94

62

11

Flinders University

FMSS

12.24

70

12

Notre Dame Fremantle

MSAND

9.72

42

10

University of Sydney

SUMS

9.71

92

6

University of Adelaide

AMSS

8.10

65

13

Monash University

MUMUS

6.14

95

21

University of New South Wales

UNSWMS

6.01

75

8

University of Newcastle

UNMS

5.32

37

6

James Cook University

JCUMSA

4.66

47

3

Total

2393

486

 

Past Winners 

Prize Winners

Highest Percentage of Cohort Donating

Highest Number of Raw Donations

Greatest Improvement

2017

Australian National University

University of Queensland

Western Sydney University

2016

Australian National University

Australian National University

Bond University

2015

Deakin University

 

 

2014

Deakin University

 

 

2013

Deakin University

 

 

2012

Deakin University

 

 

2011

Deakin University

 

 

2010

University of Western Australia