U Sports

A deep dive into Queen's athletics attendance rates

If you’ve attended a Queen’s sporting event within the last decade, often times you’ve probably found yourself in a similar predicament: ‘There’s so many seats I don’t even know which one to take.’

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Women’s soccer defends their home field and stays undefeated

Women’s soccer remained undefeated this past weekend with a home win and draw against Carleton and UOttawa, respectively.Continue...

Curling wins fifth at U Sports national tournament

The men’s curling team, led by seasoned skip Wesley Forget, missed out on the semifinals at the U Sports Championships in Thunder Bay this week, finishing the round robin 3-4. The team is returning to Queen’s with a fifth place finish at nationals.Continue...

Competing to the final whistle for women’s hockey

Very few university hockey teams in Canada can say that they played hockey on the last day of the season. On Sunday, the women’s hockey team was given that honour.Continue...

Athletic scholarships make sense across the border, not here

Adding sports scholarships doesn’t guarantee our athletes will stay, and it may spark a cultural shift we’ll regret.Continue...

CIS becomes U Sports

After 15 years, Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) is getting a facelift.Continue...