Alumni Profile

The heart of the Gaels

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

From Kingston to Vegas

It would be an understatement to say that Doug Davidson’s life has changed drastically since he graduated from Queen’s in 2013.Continue...

Jock Climie’s journey around the world to play football at Queen’s

“We showed up that day and it was a snowstorm and they wanted nothing more than to stop me.”Continue...

Once in a lifetime experience in Rio

It’s often believed that one of the many roles of coaches is to help inspire athletes.

Due to concussions and shoulder surgery, Rose LaBreche was forced to retire from rugby in 2010 while...Continue...

Queen’s grad finds success in NHL

As a defenceman on the men’s hockey team at Queen’s, the possibility of bringing the Stanley Cup home to Oshawa was a long shot for Ryan van Asten.Continue...

Engineer makes good on dream

While most consider an Engineering degree one of the safest bets for securing a job after graduation, few, if any, are taking the route of 2015 grad Dalton Kellett.Continue...

Back to the beginning

Katrina Galas was part of the first, unofficial contingent of Queen’s Sports Industry Conference
(QSIC) delegates.Continue...