Sports

Men's hockey breaks program record with 19 wins

After winning a program-high 19 games, the men’s hockey team is ready to compete in the OUA playoffs and bring the Queen’s Cup back to Kingston.Continue...

Men’s, women’s squash medal at OUA Championships

If there were any doubts as to whether the women’s squash team could continue their longstanding domination in the OUA, they squashed them this past weekend.Continue...

Women’s volleyball on hot streak going into final stretch of season

The women’s volleyball team has been in superb form as of late.Continue...

Women’s basketball fall behind early, lose both games this weekend

The women’s basketball team faced an unexpected challenge in their final pair of regular season home games this weekend, losing to U of T 79-76 and Ryerson 82-75 in overtime.Continue...

Men’s volleyball snap three-game losing streak

After losing five of their last seven games, men’s volleyball is back to their winning ways.Continue...

Men’s basketball lose final regular season home games

Men’s basketball’s recent string of inconsistent play persisted this past weekend with consecutive losses to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Caroline Livingston returns to the hardwood

Caroline Livingston remembers the moment she came down on her ankle all too well.Continue...

Point-counterpoint: MVP of winter varsity teams

The Journal ’s sports staff trade jabs over which player matters most to their varsity team’s success.Continue...

Men’s squash wins first Jesters Squash Championship

Following their first-place finish at the Jesters Squash Championships in Toronto last weekend, the men’s squash team is going into Friday’s OUA Championships on a high note.Continue...

Stephanie Pascal leading the way

This year, the women’s hockey team has been making a lot of noise in the OUA as the conference’s best team. Quietly behind all this success has been goaltender Stephanie Pascal.Continue...

Women’s volleyball beat nationally-ranked team for first time this season

After wins against the Brock Badgers and the nationally sixth-ranked McMaster Marauders, the women’s volleyball team made a statement to the rest of the OUA this weekend — they’re ready to compete against the best.Continue...

Game In Photos: Queen’s Gaels vs RMC Paladins

With Game in Photos, The Journal's staff photographers hope to capture the ebbs, flows and emotions of Queen's varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

Women’s hockey in battle for OUA top spot

With just two games left in the regular season, the women’s hockey team has showed no signs of relinquishing their top spot in the OUA.Continue...

Men’s volleyball drop consecutive games

Men’s volleyball has seen ups and downs this season — and this past weekend was no different.Continue...

Week 4: Gaels weekend road roundup

Journal sports has you covered for Queen’s varsity teams who hit the road this weekend.Continue...

Mental health matters every day of the year

It was the most important game of our season — the OUA semi-final.Continue...

Men’s hockey wins 32nd Carr-Harris Cup

Prior to the 132nd rendition of the Carr-Harris Cup, men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson made it very clear that the annual game is unlike any other in the regular season.

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Markus Trence ready for life after volleyball

It’s not hard to find Markus Trence when he’s on the court.Continue...

Kingston Frontenacs host Pride Night

Last Friday night’s game wasn’t any ordinary matchup for the Kingston Frontenacs as they hosted the Oshawa Generals.Continue...

Queen’s awarded 2021 U Sports Women’s Basketball Championship

On Thursday morning, U Sports announced that Queen’s will be the site of the 2021 U Sports Basketball Championships.Continue...

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