Team UG took an early lead and dominated their opponents in all the quarters of the game.
With this result, Team UG has equaled Accra Technical University’s (ATU) back-to-back record in 2011 and 2015.
The Most Valuable Player (MVP) award went to Joshua Akai of UG for his superlative performance throughout the tournament.
The level 300 student who set his teammates for wide open layups with dizzying passes and top ball handling plays in the finals, in an interview with ghcampus.com shortly after he was awarded, thanked his teammates for their support and contributions.
Meanwhile, ATU placed third by beating University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) 42-20 in the preceding game.
This current team has chalked remarkable achievements last year by emerging champions of major basketball competitions both nationally and on the international stage.
The team has won Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) games back-to-back both in 2016 and 2017.
In June last year, the team made University of Ghana and the nation proud by winning gold at the 8th Africa University Sports Federation (FASU) games held in South Africa. This made University of Ghana, the first Ghanaian institution to win Gold a major international tournament.