February 14, 2016

Sports

A different kind of fatherly advice

Russ Holmberg isn’t an official assistant coach for Queen’s women’s hockey program, but that doesn’t prevent him from providing his opinions to the team.Continue...

Training for the top

Six sessions a week would seem like a busy enough off-season for most women’s rugby players, but two Gaels have added extra field time with hopes of stepping up their game.Continue...

Showcasing a nation in Texas

While Richardson Stadium undergoes construction, Queen’s receiver Chris Osei-Kusi has found another football field: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Continue...

Men's basketball picks up pair of victories on home court

Men’s basketball is back in the win column after two consecutive victories this past weekend.Continue...

Gaels to compete in NBA All-Star Weekend

While most of their games take place on university campuses, next week women’s basketball plays Windsor at the Enercare Centre as part of the NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto.Continue...

Men's hockey picks up three points on Waterloo road trip

While the men’s hockey team hoped to complete a perfect weekend in Waterloo, they fell short Sunday night in a match up against the Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

Veteran leads rising Gaels

With seven rookies and five sophomores on the women’s volleyball roster, growing pains are inevitable. But following an underwhelming 0-3 start, the team saw themselves in a hole.Continue...

Gaels topple Paladins in Carr-Harris Cup

Gaels forward Eric Ming’s goal two minutes into the first period set the tone for an unsurprising result in the 2016 Carr-Harris Cup on Thursday night.Continue...

Gender’s place in CIS sports

When it comes to gender identification in Canadian university athletics, two boxes predominantly remain: Men’s team, or women’s team?Continue...

Women's squash champions once again

Women’s squash secure second straight OUA titleContinue...

A standout at the net

Standing at 6’8”, Scott Brunet’s defensive presence on the volleyball court has caused headaches for opposing coaches and teams this year.Continue...

Resurgent offence leads to women's hockey comeback

When his team was down 2-0 after the first period, head coach Matt Holmberg didn’t give a coach’s speech in the intermission. Instead, he let his athletes do the talking.Continue...

Rough road trip for men's basketball

Men’s basketball continued to struggle away from home this past weekend, with back-to-back losses against the Ottawa Gee-Gees and Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Women's basketball streak ended

Coming into the weekend with a five-game winning streak dating back to Nov. 21, women's basketball ended up falling short, unable to win either game on their trip to Ottawa.Continue...

Men's hockey unable to defeat the Redmen

Despite their 31st consecutive defeat at the hands of the McGill Redmen, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson was impressed by how the Gaels handled themselves this weekend.Continue...

Sealing a sibling success

As Amber Sealey stood at the Queen’s bench after scoring her first career goal last season, her sister Alisha wrapped an arm around her.Continue...

Sophomore Graham thrives in increased role

When Greg Faulkner left the Queen’s basketball program last year, it looked like there would be a gaping hole where he’d once been.Continue...

Pro dreams, and a career cut short

In 2011, Nelson Lords football teammates Doug Corby and Will Finch were the talk of Ontario high school football as the “next big thing”.Continue...

What's in a Gael?

Many people think of Queen’s students as just a bunch of kids from Toronto.

But when it comes to the Gaels varsity teams, there’s more diversity than some would think, though they do...Continue...

ARC home to athlete workers

Flirting with the idea of juggling academics and a job is demanding enough for most students. But mix in the schedule of being a varsity athlete, and it’s a whole different ballgame.Continue...

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