Sports

Tying it together

Carmichael expanding Queen’s reach

Ever since Curtis Carmichael left social housing and came to Queen’s, his desire to improve the lives of those who share a similar story to his has been unmatched.Continue...

Gaels making final push for postseason

The men’s hockey team has faced obstacles at nearly every turn during the 2017-18 season.Continue...

Men’s basketball beat nationally-ranked team for first time since 2015

A win over the UOttawa Gee-Gees on Saturday night marked the men’s basketball program’s first win over a nationally-ranked side since 2012.Continue...

Women’s basketball lose momentum with successive losses

Through 14 games, it appears the nationally-ranked seventh women’s basketball team has come across their first serious speed bump of the season.Continue...

Women’s hockey split weekend games

Prior to their first game this weekend, Queen’s found some extra motivation in the form of The Kingston Whig-Standard .Continue...

Week One: Gaels weekend road roundup

The Journal’s sports editor recaps Gaels varsity teams’ weekends on the road.Continue...

Women's hockey ranked number one in province

Women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season.Continue...

Women's volleyball ring in New Year flush with optimism

Women’s volleyball head coach Ryan Ratushniak told The Journal in early October he wanted his team to stay in the moment and focus only on what is of their control.Continue...

Talking hockey with Gaels new assistant coach John Erskine

John Erskine always gave thought to the idea of coaching hockey — but he didn’t think it would come so soon.Continue...

Point-Counterpoint: Who’s the better nationally-ranked varsity team?

Only the women’s basketball and hockey teams at Queen’s hold the distinct honour of being nationally-ranked amongst Canada’s finest. To debate the merits of both teams, The Journal’s sports editors go back-and-forth to settle which varsity squad deserves the title of the best on campus.Continue...

Will Brown gets unexpected shot at varsity hockey

As his plane touched down in Saint John, New Brunswick in mid-August, Will Brown’s head was spinning.Continue...

McKellar ready for what the future holds

For women’s hockey forward Clare McKellar, life after graduation isn’t as scary as it is for some students.Continue...

Webster hoists the 105th Grey Cup

When Matt Webster lifted the Grey Cup at TD Place on Sunday night, his lifelong dream came full circle.Continue...

Women's basketball gaining momentum at halfway point

To the average fan, the women’s basketball team is in a very good place.Continue...

Men's basketball with promising start to season

Men’s basketball were all smiles on Wednesday afternoon.Continue...

Beating the odds

Rejection is something Jaz Bains is familiar with — but it’s not something he accepts.Continue...

Talking hoops with coach Barrie

It’s been eight years since Steph Barrie and men’s basketball were the OUA’s worst team with a 2-20 record.Continue...

Season grades for fall varsity teams

This report card followed a highly unscientific grading formula.Continue...

Gaels trio go international

Just when they thought their seasons were over, Nadia Popov, McKinley Hunt and Janna Slevinsky got phone calls from Rugby Canada.Continue...

Women’s hockey continues hot streak

Over the past month, the women’s hockey team has made one thing very clear: they can beat anybody in the country.Continue...

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