Sideline Commentary

Sports are a springboard

The first time I saw a plain-clothes police officer inspect the ARC bleachers before a men’s volleyball game, I was a little surprised.Continue...

Athletics must provide solid Richardson plan

Unlike a lot of current students, I plan on still being at Queen’s when the new Richardson Stadium is built.Continue...

Sports journalism is still journalism

“With so much to celebrate, it is hard to comprehend why you and the Journal chose to sensationalize versus to recognize.”Continue...

Crowd behaviour must be addressed

You wouldn’t scream obscenities at a person on the street, so what makes it acceptable to do it to someone wearing another school’s jersey?Continue...

Second best

For a season that ended in a championship blowout, Queen’s 2013 football campaign was still entertaining and a general success.Continue...

Don't get too excited

Saturday’s game was impressive, but fans shouldn’t get excited until the Gaels beat a better team.Continue...

What I learned covering sports this year

When I first got the news that I had gotten the job as Assistant Sports Editor back in April 2016, I was overjoyed. I couldn’t wait to write about different sports that I loved, get my stories published and pick up new skills along the way.Continue...

Looking at the stats: women’s volleyball

With every season comes a fresh start, an opportunity to turn the chapter on last year. At 5-8, the women’s volleyball team currently sits fifth in the OUA East with only Trent and RMC behind them.Continue...

Trence and Hutcheson lead the drive in the OUA

Only three games into a new season, the men’s volleyball team doesn’t look phased by their veteran losses.Continue...

Three days in November

I’ve been to March Madness, NFL games and even one of this year’s Blue Jays playoff games. But my three days spent on the sidelines of Nixon Field for the women’s rugby national championship easily matched them in intensity.Continue...

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