Sports Archive: 2013

Agony of defeats

The Gaels were unable to put away sets in Toronto this weekend.Continue...

Rugby rules fall varsity sports scene

Ranking the fall varsity teams.Continue...

Back and forth

The Gaels won and lost against some of the top competition in the OUA.Continue...

Dual display

It was a tale of two skill-sets for the Gaels at home last weekend.Continue...

Firmly in front

With nine games to go, women’s hockey could be en route to another league banner.Continue...

Beating the best

The Gaels upset two top-tier teams over the weekend.Continue...

Regulation warriors

It’s been an eventful and historic fall for men’s hockey.Continue...

Late run leads to loss

Women’s basketball’s inability to close cost them a perfect weekend.Continue...

Rough road ahead

With their eyes on the fourth spot in the OUA East, women’s volleyball is hoping to make a mark in the coming weeks as they face tough inter-division competition.Continue...

Rebound win

Men’s basketball faced highs and lows last weekend, losing by double digits before pulling out a tight
road win.Continue...

Swept from the court

An injury-hampered men’s volleyball squad fell twice in straight sets this weekend, sliding to 3-3 after back-to-back road losses.Continue...

Veteran spark

Men’s hockey played a pair of overtime games this weekend, leading to mixed results.Continue...

Down and up

For the first time this season, women’s hockey fell in regulation.Continue...

Tennis club stuck at love

They’re the Queen’s tennis team, in everything but name.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's volleyball wins and loses, while rowing hits nationals.Continue...

Nation’s fastest

Two podium finishes won Queen’s women a bronze medal at the CIS championships.Continue...

You win one, you lose one

A young Gaels squad provided tough competition in a loss to the province’s top team.Continue...

One for two

Mackenzie Simpson kept up his scoring prowess on the road last weekend.Continue...

Complete performance

Queen’s earned a hard-fought victory and the easiest two points of the season last weekend.Continue...

Offensive woes

The Gaels shot themselves out of a perfect start to the regular season last weekend.Continue...

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