Sports Archive: 2014

Queen's approves construction of new stadium

Queen’s Board of Trustees has approved the multi-million dollar revitalization of Richardson Stadium, the University announced today.Continue...

Injured, but not out

An injury to a key player proved costly for women’s basketball
last weekend.Continue...

Frenetic flourish

After finding themselves on both sides of a fourth-quarter comeback over the weekend, men’s basketball finally got their first win of the year last night.Continue...

A taste of competition

Youthful talent carried men’s volleyball to victory last Friday.Continue...

Wonderful weekend

Queen’s made quick work of both their opponents this past weekend at the ARC.Continue...

Overtime vengeance

Women’s hockey stayed among the top teams in the OUA with split results last weekend.Continue...

Rematch heartbreak

For a few moments, it appeared Darcy Greenaway’s late goal on Saturday would be enough to give men’s hockey their second win in two nights.Continue...

Men’s rugby above and beyond

Ranking the fall Varsity teamsContinue...

No easy win

Facing a downtrodden opponent isn’t always easy, according to women’s volleyball head coach Michael Ling.Continue...

Strong, then stagnant

A promising start to men’s volleyball’s weekend was spoiled by a lackadaisical effort in their second match.Continue...

Crumble at critical time

Second-half struggles paved the road to a winless weekend for men’s basketball.Continue...

Consistently inconsistent

It’s been win one game, lose the other for men’s hockey this season.Continue...

Finishing foibles

The Gaels’ rocky start to the season continued with split results at the ARC last weekend.Continue...

Three standout frames

An offensive onslaught in the first period fueled women’s hockey’s most dominant performance of
the season.Continue...

Urgency issues

A shocking upset in their season opener spoiled women’s basketball’s northern road trip.Continue...

Offensive execution

After a shaky start to the season, the Gaels got back on their feet with a win last weekend in Waterloo.Continue...

Series of sweeps

The Gaels played two games last weekend and found themselves on both sides of a lopsided result.Continue...

Split on weekend trip

Women’s hockey suffered defeat in regulation for the first time this season last weekend.Continue...

Shut out, then blowout

After getting blanked last Friday, men’s hockey rebounded in spectacular fashion in a blowout win the following night.Continue...

Slow season opener

The Gaels kept things close, but dropped their season opener last Friday.Continue...

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