Men's Volleyball

A lot more to the job

Gary Gilks understands the balancing act his players go through.Continue...

Gaels hitter back in service

Tomorrow, one of the OUA’s biggest offensive threats will be back in full force.Continue...

Homeland security

The Gaels have secured home-court advantage for their first-round playoff matchup.Continue...

Coming out on the court

After Bryan Fautley quit the men’s volleyball team in April 2010, head coach Brenda Willis told his teammates why.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...

Spartans take national championship

Spartans drop first set, but claim the next three to win the CIS men's volleyball championship.Continue...

Straight-set loss dashes Queen's campaign for gold

The men’s volleyball team’s shot at a national championship ended on Saturday night when they fell to the first-seeded Trinity Western Spartans 3-0 in front of 1,994 fans at the ARC.Continue...

Laval to compete in national final after win over Manitoba

Quebec Player of the Year Karl De Grandpré — who only posted three first-set kills — put the team on his back, recording 25 kills en route to a 3-1 victory.Continue...

Up-to-the-minute championship results

Journal staff are updating games scores as they happen at the 2012 CIS men's volleyball championshipContinue...

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...

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