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Women's soccer dominates Colour Awards

The women’s soccer team headlined the 76th annual Colour Awards at the Ambassador Hotel on Wednesday night, earning two of the six major prizes.Continue...

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...

Gaels win OUA championship

Despite being heavy underdogs, the men's volleyball team beats the Western Mustangs to win a provincial titleContinue...

One last stand

The men’s volleyball coach has stopped waiting for her sidelined players to return.
Going into the last weekend of the regular season, the men’s volleyball team has ruled out two injured fifth-years, outside hitter Bryan Fautley and setter Dan Rosenbaum.Continue...

Hot streak

The men’s volleyball team extended its winning streak to 11 straight sets after a perfect weekend in Toronto. The Gaels beat the Ryerson Rams 3-0 on Saturday afternoon and defeated the Toronto Varsity Blues by the same score on Sunday.Continue...

Sports in brief

The men’s volleyball team finished another weekend with mixed results, losing to the Guelph Gryphons last Friday and beating the Waterloo Warriors on Saturday.

The Gaels led 2-1 against...Continue...

Blown lead

The men’s volleyball team was on track for a winning weekend when it led the McMaster Marauders 2-0 last Saturday. But McMaster came roaring back, winning the last three sets 25-22, 26-24 and 15-11.Continue...

Early losing streak

After a sour weekend in Southern Ontario, the men’s volleyball team is on an early-season losing streak.Continue...

Volleyball veterans want gold

The national men’s volleyball championship at Queen’s will mark the end of an era for of five fifth-year players.
In 2007, head coach Brenda Willis brought in six
recruits — setter Dan Rosenbaum, middles Michael Amoroso and Will Bulmer, and outside hitters Bryan Fautley, Niko Rukavina and Joren Zeeman. With the exception
of Bulmer — who left after two seasons because of illness — they’ve been the team’s core players for the past three seasons.Continue...

Volleyball voyages

Two members of the Queen’s volleyball program will represent Canada at an international competition in Shenzen, China next month.Continue...