Sports

Historic weekend for cross country

Queen’s rushed in the dawn of a new era in women’s cross country on Saturday.Continue...

Gaels’ season ends in Hamilton

Queen’s football left it all on the field last Saturday afternoon.Continue...

Commerce students bring hockey and charity together

The Cure Canadian Classic has recently taken a different approach to philanthropic giving.Continue...

Women’s basketball starts season on strong foot

The women’s basketball team opened up their regular season on Friday night with a commanding 77-61 victory over the Lakehead Thunderwolves.

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Women's soccer through to OUA semi-finals

The pouring rain and cold weather couldn’t dampen the women’s soccer team’s playoff hopes on Sunday afternoon — nothing could.Continue...

Men’s hockey has difficult weekend at home

Going up against a couple of the OUA’s strongest teams, the nationally ranked McGill Redmen and Concordia Stingers, the Gaels knew they were going to have their hands full. Though a tough task, two wins against these teams would’ve given Queen’s the top spot in the OUA East.Continue...

Statement weekend for women’s hockey

It couldn’t have been a better home opening weekend for the women’s hockey team.

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Cross country makes historical signing

Queen’s women’s cross country has a dynasty in the making.Continue...

Men’s soccer ousted from playoffs in first round

The men’s soccer team saw their season come to a close on Wednesday night, losing 2-0 away from home to the Ryerson Rams.

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Football hopes storybook ending to season continues in OUA quarter-final

When the football team was 0-4, Queen’s head coach Pat Sheahan told reporters his team still had a chance to write a story — and a pretty good one.Continue...

Queen’s Sailing steams ahead with seventh straight national championship title

After a few anxious moments waiting to confirm their win, Queen’s sailing team dived into a freezing St. Lawrence River this past weekend to celebrate their seventh CICSA Team Racing National Championship in a row.Continue...

de Goede shines on road to rookie of the year award

Juggling two varsity sports and a commerce degree — all in first year, no less — is no easy feat, but Sophie De Goede is managing it all extremely well.Continue...

Women’s rugby fall to Guelph in OUA Finals

Although being the underdog is nothing new for the women’s rugby team, the Gaels were unable to be on the winning side of another upset this weekend.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week six

It was a successful weekend for Queen’s teams as they hit the road across Ontario.Continue...

Football sneaks into last playoff spot

After their 59-38 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, Pat Sheahan asked his players to take a knee at Varsity Stadium in Toronto.Continue...

Football clinging to playoff hopes

Queen’s football have their sights set on the playoffs — but they’ll need their fair share of luck along the way.

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Lloyd gets shot on international stage

While his Gaels were busy extending their perfect record, Kainoa Lloyd was spending his time in Uruguay making a name for himself.Continue...

Baseball makes program history

After an up and down year — with wins, losses and a no-hitter — the baseball team achieved another first.Continue...

Golf takes home two provincial medals

With both men’s and women’s teams picking up silver medals at the OUA Championships in Ottawa, it’s safe to say Queen’s golf had some success on the fairway this past weekend.
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Football team shines on Homecoming

Queen’s football just can’t seem to take their foot off the gas pedal.

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