Jon Lawrance

Athletes’ attitudes shifting

Varsity athlete culture is undergoing a fundamental face-lift.Continue...

Playoff race picks up

The Gaels followed up an outstanding win with a costly loss on Saturday.Continue...

Fifth straight title

Last night at the K-Rock Centre, 2,576 fans watched the men’s hockey team win its fifth straight Carr-Harris Cup 4-1 over the Royal Military College Paladins.Continue...

Nine-goal loss caps off a November to forget

Last weekend, men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tweeted, “Whole month to stew over last night’s debacle! Recruiting starts today... to find guys that want
to compete.”Continue...

Five-year career comes to a close

Men’s hockey coach Brett Gibson isn’t sure if he’ll ever be able to replace his departing captain. “It’s hard to comprehend not having Jon Lawrance [next season],” Gibson said. “He brought leadership, effort and skill that may not ever walk through the doors of Queen’s again.”Continue...

Injuries derail season

Men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tried to create a playoff contender, adding four key players over the summer to a roster that had lost virtually none of its parts from 2010-11.Continue...

Gaels swept from playoffs

The men’s hockey team was eliminated from the OUA playoffs on Friday night after losing 5-1 to the McGill Redmen at the Memorial Centre.Continue...

Playoffs in doubt

After last night’s 3-2 loss to the Ryerson Rams in Toronto, the men’s hockey team’s playoff hopes depend on the final game of the regular season.Continue...

Mirwaldt too much for RMC

Jordan Mirwaldt is making up for lost time.
After missing the entire first semester with a broken foot, the winger has seven points in five games. He recorded two goals and an assist during the men’s hockey team’s 4-1 win over the Royal Military College Paladins
on Wednesday.Continue...

Three-game losing streak

The men’s hockey team missed an opportunity to beat the McGill Redmen, the top-ranked team in the OUA East.Continue...