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Point/Counterpoint: Which varsity team will most impress in the 2017-18 season?

A new season signifies a fresh start, a clean slate for those who struggled and a platform to build on for those who exceled during last year's 2016-17 varsity season. The Journal 's sports editors found it fitting to make their picks for which varsity team will impress most by season's end.Continue...

Trio of women’s rugby rookies take to the global stage

Unconventional would be the best way to describe the first week of classes for three women’s rugby players.Continue...

Homecoming for MacDougall

The last few months have been a homecoming for Branna MacDougall.Continue...

Gaels remain winless after loss to Laurier

Inconsistent play continued to act as the theme of the Gaels’ season this past weekend.Continue...

Men’s rugby stays undefeated in overwhelming win vs RMC

The men’s rugby team continued their dominant start to the season with a convincing win over crosstown rivals RMC Paladins.Continue...

Gaels make strong first impression at Queen’s Invitational

Every year, running the hills of Fort Henry signifies the start of the cross country season and often sets the tone of what’s to come for the season ahead.Continue...

Gaels get their shot at the NHL with rookie invites

While the level of University hockey is exceptional, the choice to play it often signals the final stages of a player’s career.Continue...

A deep dive into Queen's athletics attendance rates

If you’ve attended a Queen’s sporting event within the last decade, often times you’ve probably found yourself in a similar predicament: ‘There’s so many seats I don’t even know which one to take.’

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Athletes make impact in the community

This past weekend offered the football team some reprieve with a bye weekend, a time most would expect to see the players get rest in the midst of a grueling season.Continue...

Gaels looks to bounce back against defending OUA Champions

Men’s football will be looking for their first win this weekend — but it’ll without question come with its share of difficulties.Continue...

Women’s rugby dominate in home opener

With jet planes flying over Nixon Field, the women’s rugby team put on a show of their own, blowing out the Western Mustangs with a score of 57-12.Continue...

Women’s soccer defends their home field and stays undefeated

Women’s soccer remained undefeated this past weekend with a home win and draw against Carleton and UOttawa, respectively.Continue...

Men's soccer drops lone game of weekend

Men’s soccer just couldn’t seem to get it going this past weekend as they suffered a 3-0 home loss to the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Football goes back to the drawing board

Queen’s football head coach Pat Sheahan said his team was disheartened after they fell to a 0-2 record following a loss to UOttawa last weekend.Continue...

New beginnings for women’s rugby

It’s a season of new beginnings and fresh starts for the women’s rugby team.

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Men's rugby looking to return to OUA glory

After four straight years of winning championships, there was a changing of the guard atop men’s rugby in the OUA.Continue...

Women’s and men’s soccer sweep weekend series at Richardson

Of all the signs of student life returning to Kingston after the summer holidays, none may be more recognizable than the beginning of varsity play at Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Picks for key varsity Queen's fall matchups

With the off-season coming to a close, varsity seasons have started up. Every Queen’s team rolls into September bristling with hope and trying to make a run for a championship. With a fresh new schedule, we made our picks for key games to keep an eye out for this fall’s varsity teams.Continue...

Hanging up the skates

I can still vividly picture my first day of class. While pulling out my note pad, a fellow classmate approaches me, a 22-year old bearded sophomore and asked “are you the professor?”Continue...

Callender ‘honored’to wear Maple Leaf at FISU tournament

When Laura Callender found out she was selected to represent Canada at the 2017 Summer Universiade this coming August, she felt a myriad of emotions. While taken aback by the announcement, she was simultaneously thrilled for the exciting challenge.Continue...

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