Sports Archive: 2011

Nine-goal loss caps off a November to forget

Last weekend, men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tweeted, “Whole month to stew over last night’s debacle! Recruiting starts today... to find guys that want
to compete.”Continue...

McPhee can be as good as Quinlan

Friday’s Vanier Cup between the Laval Rouge-et-Or and the McMaster Marauders was an instant classic. The underdog Marauders flew out of the gates at B.C. Place, riding a virtuoso first-half performance from quarterback Kyle Quinlan to take a 23-0 halftime lead.Continue...

Women's soccer tops varsity power rankings

1. Women’s soccer

No one came close to the women’s soccer team this season.

The Gaels won their second consecutive national championship and lost only one game...Continue...

Shootout loss

The women’s hockey team no longer has a perfect home record. The team fell 4-3 to the Guelph Gryphons in a shootout last Saturday at the Memorial Centre.Continue...

Gaels still winless

The men’s basketball team blew two early leads at the ARC last weekend, extending their losing streak to six games.Continue...

Last-second loss to Badgers

The women’s basketball team was one shot away from a
perfect weekend.
With the Gaels trailing 71-69 to the Brock Badgers in overtime last Saturday, leading scorer Brittany Moore needed to sink a
three-pointer with 2.8 seconds left on the clock — but she missed.Continue...

Blown lead

The men’s volleyball team was on track for a winning weekend when it led the McMaster Marauders 2-0 last Saturday. But McMaster came roaring back, winning the last three sets 25-22, 26-24 and 15-11.Continue...

Injury on court

The women’s basketball team returned from Waterloo with a win and a loss — but lost their starting point guard along the way.
Second-year guard Liz Boag sustained a mild concussion in Friday’s 80-60 loss to the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and sat out for her team’s 83-52 win over the Waterloo Warriors
on Saturday.Continue...

'It's a sport, but it's also an art'

There weren’t many fans at the Memorial Centre at 6 a.m. on Wednesday — but the Queen’s figure skating team wasn’t expecting much of a turnout.Continue...

Can't beat McGill

After grinding out a 1-0 win over the Carleton Ravens on Friday, the undermanned Gaels were flattened 6-0 by the McGill Redmen in Montreal on Saturday.Continue...

First win still elusive

The men’s basketball team extended its regular season record to 0-4 after two losses on the road last weekend. The Gaels haven’t won a game since Oct. 3 when they beat the Royal Military College Paladins 76-60 in an
exhibition game.Continue...

Third-period rally

The women’s hockey team got back on track with a 6-2 victory over the Ryerson Rams in Toronto on Saturday. The win came after consecutive road losses to the Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks and the Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Hot streak continues

The women’s volleyball team continued their scorching start to the season, sweeping both the Toronto Varsity Blues and the McMaster Marauders at home last weekend to improve to a 6-2 record. The team now sits at second in the OUA.Continue...

A new dynasty

This year’s women’s soccer team proved themselves as one of the best varsity teams in
Queen’s history.Continue...

Gaels keep losing

Men’s basketball head coach Stephan Barrie opened his inaugural season with two losses last weekend. The Gaels lost 84-52 to the Lakehead Thunderwolves and 73-56 to the Guelph Gryphons at the ARC.Continue...

Perfect start

The women’s basketball team is riding a perfect start to the season after wins over the Lakehead Thunderwolves and the Guelph Gryphons at the ARC this weekendContinue...

Gryphons take two gold

There weren’t any surprises at the national cross country championship in Quebec City last weekend — the Guelph Gryphons’ men’s and women’s teams took home gold medals for the sixth straight season.Continue...

Road games split

The women’s volleyball team was forced to play a fifth set in both games during last weekend’s road trip, returning home with a win and a loss.Continue...

Second best

The men’s rugby team played in the OUA final for the fourth time in the last five seasons. They’ve lost three of those four appearances after a 21-15 defeat to the Western Mustangs in London on Sunday.Continue...

Athletics signs streaming deal with QTV

Queen’s Athletics will webcast home games online for the first time this Saturday — but it won’t use the network that other
schools use.Continue...

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