Sports

From Kingston to Vegas

Pritchard encapsulated the spirit of Queen’s

Although June 3 was a tough day for Queen’s Athletics, it also gave people a chance to remember and appreciate a true friend.Continue...

Gibson named to Canada’s U17 National Team

After spending over a decade building the men’s hockey program from the ground up, Brett Gibson has become one of the most respected coaches at the university level. Nationally, Hockey Canada has noticed Gibson, giving him opportunities he used to dream of.Continue...

Women’s Hockey lands pair of transfers from down south

When deciding where’s the best fit for a student athlete, one of the biggest questions is whether to cross the border or not. For two of Queen’s newest women’s hockey players, the decision to go to the United States has brought them back home.Continue...

De Goede putting in double time

It’s no secret varsity athletes have difficulties striking a balance between their sport, academics and being social.Continue...

Gaels Golf struggle at Canadian Championships

It’s safe to say the Queen’s golf team that the Canadian University/College Golf Championships wasn’t their best outing. Although the Gaels had a strong finish at the 2016 event, as well as a promising qualifying finish at the 2016 OUA championship, neither the male or female team made the final round of the Canadian Championships.Continue...

Queen’s recruitment goes to great lengths to recruit star athletes

In the United States, the way colleges approach athlete recruitment is a lucrative business. After years with their eyes on young talent, recruitment offices spend inordinate amounts of time and...Continue...

Wakefield taking one last shot at glory

Jess Wakefield has known for a while that this past season, her fourth with the women’s hockey team, wouldn’t be her last. Taking advantage of the U Sports rule that allows athletes to continue...Continue...

Gaels shine at East-West Bowl

Three Gaels represented Queen’s at the 15th annual Valero East-West Bowl earlier this May. Despite boasting a highly skilled roster, the East was unable to defeat the West, with final score 37-13...Continue...

Holding their own

When the ice breaks over Lake Ontario, it signals the start of a new sailing season.

Earlier in May, the Queen’s Gaels sailing team sent four rookies across the border to Ithaca, New York...Continue...

Queen’s Bench Boss Dave Wilson Reflects on All-Star Experience

Gaels’ women’s basketball coach Dave Wilson has been enjoying his fair share of success lately.

After leading the Queen’s women’s basketball team to the OUA Finals and then into the U...Continue...

Another accolade for Sumner

Prior to this year, if you were to have told cross country runner Claire Sumner that she would be a national champion and compete for Canada at the IAAF world championships in Uganda, she probably...Continue...

Winter clubs look to summer for training

As temperatures rise outside, the competitive season for many winter sports comes to an end. Not for the Nordic Skiing or Figure Skating teams.Continue...

Varsity athletes reflect on five-year careers

Graduating Varsity players talk their five years at Queen'sContinue...

Celebration at Colour Awards

On Tuesday night, the red carpet was rolled out for Queen’s Varsity Club athletes as they celebrated the 81st Colour Awards in a Tricolour-themed ARC.Continue...

Crouse says goodbye to Queen's

Kyla Crouse is moving on.Continue...

Jacob Schroeter’s road to recovery

A defining moment for Jacob Schroeter, for better or for worse was his first playoff game as a freshman Gael against Nipissing in October of 2014.Continue...

Winter Varsity Sports Power Rankings

Women's basketball was ranked the top varsity winter sport this year.Continue...

Curling wins fifth at U Sports national tournament

The men’s curling team, led by seasoned skip Wesley Forget, missed out on the semifinals at the U Sports Championships in Thunder Bay this week, finishing the round robin 3-4. The team is returning to Queen’s with a fifth place finish at nationals.Continue...

Competing to the final whistle for women’s hockey

Very few university hockey teams in Canada can say that they played hockey on the last day of the season. On Sunday, the women’s hockey team was given that honour.Continue...

Another chance in front of scouts

Standout Gaels running back Jonah Pataki, who ranked fourth in the OUA this season with 814 rushing yards, is one of 45 prospects to receive an invitation to the National CFL Combine, which takes place in Regina March 23-25.Continue...

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