December 11, 2016

Sports

A former player’s perspective

The last time the men’s water polo team won an OUA medal was in 2004 — that was until last weekend when the team took bronze at the OUA Championships hosted by Queen’s in the ARC.Continue...

Men's hockey weekend ends on positive note

While losing to Ottawa on Friday was something the men’s hockey team will want back, no one can take away Saturday’s win.Continue...

Week 12 road games round up

Men’s Basketball — Strong second half sees team erase 27-point deficit to win

Down 48 to 27 at half, the chances of coming out with a win were looking pretty bleak for...Continue...

Sights sets on podium finish at home

When captain Ian Pinchin first joined the men’s water polo team during his first year at Queen’s in 2010, he didn’t expect to have a six-year run with the team.Continue...

Queen’s professor research hits the hardwood

It’s often believed that to be a successful athlete, you need to specialize early. But for every Tiger Woods, there are more stories of young athletes who burn out too early, leaving sport completely.Continue...

Men's basketball defend home court against Waterloo Warriors

Last Saturday afternoon, Queen’s fans packed the home stands in the ARC to watch the Gaels take on the Warriors on their home court. Below are the Journal’s two takeaways from the game.Continue...

Women's hockey streak snapped in overtime

Here are The Journal’s takeaways from the Gaels thrilling overtime victory.Continue...

Gaels improve national ranking with 93-63 win over Waterloo

In front of a pink-clad crowd, the women’s basketball team continued their win streak last weekend with their fourth consecutive victory since opening their regular season.Continue...

Women's soccer fourth at National Championship

After defining themselves as a defensive powerhouse this year, the women’s soccer team improved on their fairytale 2015-16 season. At this year’s national championship, the team improved on the previous year’s fifth place finish, coming in at fourth.Continue...

Women's hockey drop third game in a row

As the Chicago Cubs proved to us last month, all streaks must end.Continue...

Queen’s sailing team cruises to world championship victory

If you aren’t first, you’re either last, or in the case of Queen’s sailing team, you’re the first Canadian team in history to win the Student Yachting World Cup.Continue...

OUA Championship streak ends at four

In one of the longest and most intense games the league has ever seen, the 2016 men’s rugby OUA Championship went to the undefeated Guelph Gryphons, leaving a silver medal for the defending Gaels champions.Continue...

Season grades for fall varsity teams

The process to grading the fall performances of Queen’s varsity teams was highly unscientific. It’s based quite simply on our perceptions of how each team performed, in this year’s regular season and playoffs. The impressive wins, the tough losses, and the unforgettable moments of the year made the grading process difficult.Continue...

Sumner wins national gold in Quebec

After spending the last three years trying to hold on as long as she could in a race, Claire Sumner has made a name for herself in the running community.Continue...

Chasing glory out east

After Thursday’s 1-0 win against St. Francis Xavier University, the women’s soccer team is within reaching distance of the U Sports National Championship.Continue...

Men’s rugby looking for fifth consecutive OUA title

With ten seconds to go in their semi final game against the Western Mustangs last weekend, the hopes for a men’s rugby “Drive For Five” — five consecutive OUA titles — looked like it was coming to an end.Continue...

Trence and Hutcheson lead the drive in the OUA

Only three games into a new season, the men’s volleyball team doesn’t look phased by their veteran losses.Continue...

Young Gaels drop both home games against Toronto opponents

Last weekend, the women’s volleyball team faced off against their toughest adversaries in the East division, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Once in a lifetime race

With TV helicopters flying over Kailua Bay, and spectators watching as the sun crept over Mt. Hualalai, Ben Rudson couldn’t help but remove himself from the moment.Continue...

Callender’s late winner puts Gaels in Final Four

The women’s soccer team is heading back to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

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