September 29, 2016

Sports

Wolever skins the Varsity Blues

After a rocky first 20 minutes to the game, the women’s soccer team turned in a high-quality performance against the University of Toronto’s Varsity Blues, beating them 4-0 to secure their third straight victory.Continue...

Douros fuels men's rugby victory vs. Marauders

The men’s rugby team had a big victory against the previously undefeated McMaster Marauders, much to the delight of the large tri-coloured crowd that attended Saturday’s match at home on Nixon field.Continue...

Down, but not out

This weekend the men's soccer team (4-3-1) faced off against two of the league’s tougher squads, playing the #3 CIS ranked Ryerson and the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and falling short both times.Continue...

Queen’s one of four provincial teams leading women's rugby national polls

Although the women’s rugby season is relatively young, one thing is already clear — it’s Ontario’s sport.

Currently, three of the four top teams in national rankings are from the OUA...Continue...

Like father, like son

Richardson Stadium may have undergone a massive transformation over the past year, but Queen’s football assistant coach Ben D’Andrea is still unsure exactly how to feel about it.Continue...

A match that saved a life

As Gaels offensive lineman Brendan Ginn walked off the field at Richardson Stadium last weekend, his mother and an unfamiliar face stopped him.

It was someone he had planned on meeting for...Continue...

The road to redemption

The Queen’s men’s baseball team is a bit of an enigma on campus — you may have heard about it, but you’re not quite sure it’s really there. While the team is most definitely here, at one time, it almost wasn’t.Continue...

If you build it, will they care?

Saturday, September 17 was a day 45 years in the making. Until just under a year ago when work began on the revitalization, Richardson Stadium had been the unchanged home of Gaels athletics since constructed in 1971.Continue...

Gaels fall to Mustangs in much-anticipated home opener

Early buzz at the revitalized Richardson Stadium was met by a disappointing output from the Gaels, and, much to the fans’ disliking, a fair bit of rain.Continue...

Key moments of the match: men's soccer

In a game of firsts, not all were positive.Continue...

Men's rugby dismantle Laurier Golden Hawks: key moments of the match

The Queen’s men’s rugby team gave the large tricoloured home crowd exactly what it wanted when they beat the Laurier Golden Hawks 67-5 on Saturday at Nixon Field, Laurier’s first loss of the season. Below are The Journal’s top moments from the blowout victory.Continue...

Back to winning ways for women's soccer

The title of first ever Gaels win at the new Richardson Stadium now belongs to the women’s soccer team, following their 1-0 triumph over the Carleton Ravens on Sunday.Continue...

Doug Hargreaves remembered

July 5, 2016 was a tough day for the Queen’s football program.Continue...

Men's rugby under new leadership this season

When Lucas Rumball decided to step down as the captain of the men’s rugby team for the 2016 season, he knew he was leaving the role in capable hands.Continue...

Women's soccer unbeaten streak snapped

The Queen’s women’s soccer team picked up three points from a possible six this weekend, following up a 1-0 loss in Oshawa to UOIT with a thorough 4-0 victory over Trent in Peterborough.Continue...

Big challenge ahead of Richardson opener

In preparation for a football game that’s been a year in the making, head coach Pat Sheahan spoke positively of the football team’s upcoming game against the rival Western Mustangs taking place as the official grand opening of the newly revitalized Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Men's soccer remains undefeated

The men’s soccer team faced off against UOIT and Trent this weekend as they hit the road to defend their opening weekend success.Continue...

Gaels football fall behind in OUA standings

After their first three games of the season against teams in the CIS top 10, one thing became clear for Queen’s football — there wasn’t time to get settled into the season.Continue...

Gaels blow Trent out of the water in a rainy 71-5 match

Nothing could stop the women’s rugby team, not even the tornado warning on Saturday, as they rolled over the Trent Excalibur 71-5 in their first home game of the season on Nixon Field.Continue...

Women's soccer moves to sixth in Canada

The Gaels opened their season in similar fashion to how they ended last year’s campaign — dominant.Continue...

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