Sports

Veteran leadership leads undefeated Gaels

Often in sports, the strength of a group is defined by the strength of their leaders. For the women’s basketball team, it’s no different.Continue...

Women’s squash wins OUA gold

Over the last three years, the women’s squash team has ascended to the top of Ontario university squash.Continue...

Sweeping towards the podium

For the average person, their exposure to curling is rather limited. Often it’s glossed over on TSN, only highlighted during the Olympics.Continue...

Week 5: Gaels away from home

Mixed bag of results for travelling teams.Continue...

Gaels focus on successful system even with players gone

Teams can sometimes be put in difficult situations because of their success, and that’s exactly what has happened with the men’s hockey team.Continue...

Gaels fall to Paladins at 31st Carr-Harris Cup

When rivalry games are played, it brings out the best in both teams. Often, deep historical ties and bad blood boils over, with anything possible over the course of 60 minutes.Continue...

Women’s hockey continues to roll

It wasn’t the start that any of them had in mind. After ten games, the women’s hockey team was looking at a 4-6 record and a discouraging weekend consisting of two straight losses. Something wasn’t right. And then it was.Continue...

Dixon grows as team flourishes

When Abby Dixon decided to focus her sights on basketball over competitive soccer as a 16-year-old, multi-sport athlete, she couldn’t have anticipated the success that her basketball career would bring.Continue...

Looking at the stats: women’s volleyball

With every season comes a fresh start, an opportunity to turn the chapter on last year. At 5-8, the women’s volleyball team currently sits fifth in the OUA East with only Trent and RMC behind them.Continue...

Blowout victories keep women’s basketball undefeated

The women’s basketball team continues to be unstoppable this season, with victories over the Nipissing Lakers and Laurentian Voyageurs this weekend putting them at 14-0.Continue...

Men’s basketball keeps sliding, losing seven in a row

Last week head coach Stephan Barrie told The Journal that all was fine within the Gaels’ locker room, even amidst their five-game losing skid.Continue...

Women’s hockey continues to roll, winning eight in a row

On Saturday night, the Kingston Memorial Centre had a buzz unlike any regular season game this year.Continue...

Brett Gibson reflects on success

Gaels’ men’s hockey coach Brett Gibson has been enjoying his fair share of success behind the bench for the Gaels, with a 16-6 record this season. This level of success has put many people on notice, including Hockey Canada.Continue...

Women's basketball beat best in country

After knocking off the number one team in the country last weekend, the women’s basketball team is clearly going for gold. With the 70-68 win over McMaster, the team moved to 12-0 on the season, sitting atop the OUA East.Continue...

Looking to snap streak on hardwood

“Resiliency is one of the core values of our team.”

Even after dropping five consecutive games, guard Sukpreheet Singh said the Gaels don’t buy into the idea of bad karma. It’s something...Continue...

Not without a few bumps in the road

Will Hoey, the men’s volleyball team’s 6’11” star middle, hasn’t had an easy time during his five-year stint wearing tricolour. This season alone, injury has forced him to remain on the sidelines for nine of the team’s 11 games.Continue...

Top performing Gaels

Just over half-way through the year, our Sports Editor picks each team’s top performer.Continue...

Gaels away from home weekend round up: Week 3

Mixed bag of results for travelling teams.Continue...

Queen’s athletes use January to talk about mental health

While student athletes often see January as the start to the second half to their OUA season, it also becomes a time to speak about mental health.Continue...

Finding herself back in the net

Stephanie Pascal turns her head. Head coach Matt Holmberg taps her on the shoulder and tells her that she’s going in. It’s the first game of the season for the women’s hockey team, playing against Nipissing, and it’s early in the third period. The Gaels are down 5-2.Continue...

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