Sports Archive: 2017

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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Game In Photos: Queen’s Gaels vs York Lions

With Game In Photos, The Journal ’s staff photographers hope to capture the ebbs, flows and emotions of Queen’s varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

Women’s rugby upsets rivals to reach national championship

A lot was at stake for the women’s rugby team on Friday.Continue...

Successful start to weekend for Queen’s hockey

Homecoming weekend signalled the start to the men’s and women’s hockey team’s 2017/18 campaign.Continue...

Gaels stay undefeated after dominant homecoming

Men’s rugby are just one win away from a perfect regular season.Continue...

The heart of the Gaels

There’s a fall tradition Sue Bates has.Continue...

Gaels look to keep rolling at Homecoming

It’s not about how you start — it’s how you finish.Continue...

Men’s hockey looking to break through new boundaries

With players flowing in and out of programs as each year passes, creating sustained success at the university level is a daunting task.Continue...

Dan Valley making most of first season at the helm

While spearheading a university rugby team may be a first for Dan Valley, he hasn’t shown any signs of growing pains.Continue...

Queen’s only female varsity coach to retire this spring

As of March 2018, men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis will be retiring from Queen’s after 31 years with the school.Continue...

Women’s hockey raring for OUA glory

The women’s hockey team’s 2016-17 campaign was a wild ride.Continue...

Football looks to shine under the lights

It’s do-or-die for Queen’s football this week.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: The case for and against Queen’s Athletics’ team and club systems

Journal Staff go back-and-forth on whether the gap between varsity clubs and teams is unreasonably judged.Continue...

New look for women’s volleyball

With an offseason of uncertainty looming, the women’s volleyball program found themselves at a standstill this summer.Continue...

Men’s soccer suffer loss, settle for draw in home stand doubleheader

Men’s soccer head coach Christian Hoefler told The Journal last week that managing only one win in the team’s previous four games wouldn’t rattle the team’s optimism.Continue...

Game In Photos: Queen's Gaels vs Ryerson Rams

With Game In Photos, The Journal ’s staff photographers hope to capture the ebbs, flows and emotions of Queen’s varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

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