July 29, 2015

Sports

Queen’s double gold at Pan Ams

After a Pan Am Games that saw an exceptional performance by the Canadian team, the Queen’s community saw a pair of their own atop the podium.Continue...

Gael legend named to Order of Canada

While some remember James Rutka for his accomplishments on the football field, his life’s work as a pre-eminent neurosurgeon has led to his recent appointment as an Officer of the Order of Canada...Continue...

Rowing captain chosen for U-23 World Championship

Bulgaria isn’t usually considered a summer hot spot for university students. But for Larkin Davenport Huyer, it’s exactly where she wants to be.

The current Gaels rowing captain...Continue...

Men’s hockey stars at charity event

On a hot summer day in Kingston, members of Queen’s men’s hockey team found a way to give back to their community.Continue...

Varsity sports schedules released

With the schedules for all varsity sports now released, the Gaels are playing host to some of the top athletic schools in the country. Here’s some dates worth circling on your calendar for Queen’s biggest visitors of the fall athletic season.Continue...

Pettersen makes move to prime time

Kate Pettersen’s surname carries a significant weight in CFL circles, and she’s doing her best to carry on the family legacy.Continue...

Bowie headed to South Korea for FISU Games

While most student-athletes spend their summers training for the upcoming school season, Queen’s golfer Russell Bowie will be representing his country on an international stage.Continue...

Pianosi finds role with QMJHL’S Mooseheads

It’s a harsh but well-known truth that the CIS tends to be the end of the road for many hockey careers — but former Queen’s Gaels forward Alexi Pianosi is fighting to do things a little differently.Continue...

Crease experience expected key for upcoming season

With three goaltenders this year, women’s hockey has the makings of an elite defensive season.Continue...

New Recruits Introduced

Men’s hockey has eight new recruits for this coming season, all standing at 6’0” and above.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Gaels dominate East-West Bowl

Led by Queen’s receiver Doug Corby, Team East defeated Team West 29-21 at the 2015 CIS East-West Bowl on May 9 in Montreal. The two rosters...Continue...

Queen's court takeover

While some incoming sophomore students have yet to make their mark on the university, this certainly isn’t true of Danielle Blumentrath and Caroline Livingston.Continue...

Morgan heading to Winnipeg after draft

Last year saw four Queen’s players taken in the CFL Draft, but only one is on his way to the pros this time around.Continue...

Gaels excel at OUA Soccer Showcase

Top Queen’s athletes got the chance to exhibit their talents at the OUA Soccer Showcase earlier this month in Oshawa.Continue...

CIS final coming to Queen’s

Women’s rugby coach Beth Barz has seen her workload double for the upcoming season, but you won’t see her complaining.Continue...

Hoey stands tall on, off court

Standing at 6’11”, men’s volleyball middle blocker Will Hoey is no stranger to double takes. Volleyball players above 6’5” are a common occurrence, but only a handful of players in the OUA reach Hoey’s sky-scraping height.Continue...

Pro time proves key

When Stu Lang retired from the Canadian Football League (CFL) in 1981, he never intended to take up coaching.Continue...

Sports are a springboard

The first time I saw a plain-clothes police officer inspect the ARC bleachers before a men’s volleyball game, I was a little surprised.Continue...

Athletics must provide solid Richardson plan

Unlike a lot of current students, I plan on still being at Queen’s when the new Richardson Stadium is built.Continue...

A banner ending

In university athletics, players have only five years to don their school’s jersey before their eligibility runs out and they graduate.Continue...

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