Sports

Point/Counterpoint: What’s been the most memorable moment from the 2017-18 varsity season?

The Journal ’s sports editors dish out their hot takes on the most exciting points in the fall and winter varsity campaigns.Continue...

Top quotes of the year

Journal sports staff bundle together their picks for best quotes of the 2017-18 varsity year.Continue...

Queen’s athletes host Pathways to Education students

In recent years, Queen’s student athletes have increased their community involvement across Kingston. On Mar. 24, several members of the Queen’s Varsity Leadership Council (VLC) continued these efforts by mentoring 15 Pathways to Education students at the ARC.Continue...

Julia Wiercigroch blazes trails in rookie season

As she dived towards her 20th dig of the match against the University of Toronto during her rookie season as a Gael, Julia Wiercigroch was confident.Continue...

Varsity clubs shine at Colour Awards

On Tuesday night, varsity club athletes celebrated a year full of achievement at the 82nd annual Colour Awards.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The Journal's sports editor breaks down the latest athletics news on campus.Continue...

Queen’s athletics increase gender inclusivity

While athletic performance is at the core of the Queen’s Athletics department, the University has made it clear that they want to create an inclusive environment on campus.Continue...

Men's volleyball close season empty-handed

The men’s volleyball team’s remarkable mid-season turnaround to reach the U Sports National Championship finally came to an end this past weekend in Hamilton.Continue...

Women's hockey close out historic season at U Sports Championships

Spending their St. Patrick’s Day in London, ON at the U Sports Championships, the women’s hockey team seemed to be without the luck of the Irish this weekend in their bid for a national medal.Continue...

Queen’s defensive back Jacob Firlotte prepares for CFL National Combine

After a standout performance at the CFL’s Ontario Regional Combine on Mar. 9, Queen’s defensive back Jacob Firlotte has earned himself another opportunity to impress scouts.Continue...

Zane Grossinger making noise on the hardwood in first season

Oftentimes, an athlete’s rookie season is a time of growth and adaptation to university-level competition. For men’s volleyball first-year setter Zane Grossinger however, it feels as though he’s skipped this step entirely since his first game in November.Continue...

Love and basketball on campus and abroad

For former Queen’s couple Lisa Minutillo and Greg Faulkner, basketball was always intrinsically tied to their relationship.Continue...

Men’s volleyball head to U Sports Championship

Following a straight-sets win over RMC on Feb. 11, men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis told her team — who, at 6-8, were fighting for a playoff berth — to keep their confidence high and composure steady.Continue...

Women's hockey miss out on gold at OUA Championship

With the women’s hockey team playing in the OUA Championship game for the first time since 2014, Queen’s fans filled the Kingston Memorial Centre on Saturday afternoon in anticipation of the team’s pursuit for gold.Continue...

Women in Tricolour created on International Women’s Day

On March 8, Queen’s Athletics launched their Women in Tricolour initiative in honour of International Women’s Day.Continue...

Game In Photos: Queen’s Gaels vs Western Mustangs

The photos below feature women’s hockey hosting the McCaw Cup Finals on Mar. 10, 2018. The Gaels suffered a 3-0 loss to the Western Mustangs.Continue...

Andrea Priamo honored with Jay Bellinger Award

In her five years as part of the women’s basketball program, Andrea Priamo has made her presence felt on-and-off the floor.Continue...

Nordic skiing surprises in 2018 season

This season, nothing was given to the Nordic skiing team — every bit of their success was earned.Continue...

Women’s hockey confident going into McCaw Cup

It’s no secret that when the women’s hockey team hosts the McCaw Cup this Saturday against the Western Mustangs, it’ll be uncharted territory for most of the players.Continue...

Second annual wheelchair basketball tournament

This past Sunday saw the second rendition of Ball 4 a Cause take place at the ARC, a wheelchair basketball tournament organized by ASUS club Friends For Inclusion (F4I).Continue...

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