Winning 41 gold, 42 silver, and 16 bronze medals, Team VSU was hailed first in Team Sports ranking, and landed Third in the Individual and Double Sports events. This year's medal count is higher than last year's where Team VSU bagged 29 gold, 34 silver, and 26 bronze medals.

VSU players who won in this year's games will be chosen to represent the region in the national SCUAA games in 2017. 

Below is the total medal count and overall team rankings for Team VSU:

 

Arnis Men/Women

Gold - 15

Silver - 7

Bronze - 2

RANK: CHAMPION

 

Futsal

Gold - 1

RANK: CHAMPION

Volleyball Women

Gold - 1

RANK: CHAMPION

 

Badminton Women

Gold – 5

Rank: CHAMPION

 

Chess (Women)

Gold – 6

RANK: CHAMPION

 

Karatedo

Gold – 2

Silver – 2

RANK – CHAMPION

 

Swimming Men

Gold - 4

Silver - 1

RANK: 2ND

 

Track and Field Events Men/Women

Gold – 1

Silver – 12

Bronze – 2

RANK: 2ND

Badminton Men

Silver: 5

RANK: 2ND

Table Tennis Men/Women

Gold – 1 (Men)

Silver – 2 (Men)

Bronze – 2 (Women)

RANK: 2ND (Men)

Basketball Men

Silver

RANK: 2ND

 

Swimming Women

Gold - 3

Silver - 3

Bronze - 2

RANK: 3RD

 

Softball Women

Bronze

Rank: 3RD

 

Tennis Men/Women

Gold – Women

Silver – Men

Taekwondo (Poomsae)

Gold – 1

Silver – 6

Bronze – 5

Taekwondo

Silver – 2

Bronze – 2

 

Disclaimer: This is the unofficial tally. The rank was according to NSU Sports Director.