Brenda Willis

End of an era for men's volleyball

For Joren Zeeman, there’s no solace in a fourth-place finish. The men’s volleyball team is trying to come to terms with the outcome of last weekend’s CIS championship at the ARC — an event the Gaels had been anticipating for five years.Continue...

Queen’s hosts volleyball nationals

Men’s volleyball coach Brenda Willis measures her career
in benchmarks. In 1987, she took over a team that hadn’t won a provincial title in 15 years and played its home games in the smallest gym at the now-defunct PEC.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...

Men's volleyball ousted from playoffs by undefeated McMaster

The men’s volleyball team closed out their season this Saturday with a 3-0 loss to the undefeated McMaster Marauders in the quarter-finals of the OUA playoffs.Continue...

Men’s volleyball team looks forward to season’s second half

Returning to class with the cold winter upon us, volleyball season is just starting to heat up. The men’s team begin the second half of their season this weekend against a 2-7 Royal Military College team, looking to continue their strong start to the 2016-17 campaign.Continue...

Nearly breaking rank

Marked improvement and a mid-season acquisition were on display Saturday for the men’s volleyball team.Continue...

Cashing in on championships

Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie drops back, winds up and tosses a 65-yard prayer to the Miami end zone.Continue...

Stopped by the ‘Stangs

The youthful men’s volleyball team showed their progression in a tight match with Western last weekend.Continue...

Ontario finds winning strategy

The OUA is getting serious about winning. This season, the conference posted its best results so far this century, securing 12 of 21 Canadian Interuniversity Sport titles.Continue...

Tournament part of Queen's long-term plans

The CIS men’s volleyball championship this weekend is part of Queen’s Athletics’ larger plan to become one of Canada’s leading athletics programs, according to Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin.Continue...

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