Emma Chown

Chasing national dreams out west

After three years of moving from a practice squad player at Queen’s to OUA All-Star, Emma Chown has added yet another item to her list of accomplishments in rugby.Continue...

From Oil Thigh to O Canada

After breaking onto the scene as one of the most dominant players in women’s rugby, Emma Chown temporarily swapped her tri-colour uniform for a red and white kit.Continue...

Training for the top

Six sessions a week would seem like a busy enough off-season for most women’s rugby players, but two Gaels have added extra field time with hopes of stepping up their game.Continue...

McEwen leads incredible comeback

After earning a position in the CIS championship by hosting the tournament, many likely questioned Queen’s credentials. But after their 24-17 upset of the number one seed Acadia Axewomen, few will doubt their abilities.Continue...

A second chance after falling short

After starting the season on a high note with four straight wins, inconsistent play caused the Gaels to crash out of the OUA playoffs without a medal.Continue...

Women’s rugby disposes of Lions

For the second year in a row, the women’s rugby team toppled the York Lions in the OUA quarterfinals to win 53-15.Continue...

Defense key to women's rugby

In a rematch of last year's OUA quarterfinal, women's rugby surged defensively in the second half to topple the York Lions 41-7.Continue...

Running away from the competition

In her three years at Queen’s, women’s rugby winger Emma Chown has gone from being a redshirted freshman to leading the OUA in try scores.Continue...

Women's rugby shines against Varsity Blues

On a chilly Saturday night under the lights, the women’s rugby team offence ignited to stay undefeated.Continue...