women's basketball

Gaels Windsor-bound

When women’s basketball’s OUA quarterfinal game went into overtime last Saturday, head coach Dave Wilson thought his team would win.Continue...

On the rebound

As Gemma Bullard’s head hit the floor during a pre-season game in October, she knew she’d suffered another serious injury.Continue...

Nationwide clash in Windsor

This weekend’s women’s basketball national championships will give Queen’s a chance for redemption.Continue...

Eastern supremacy

Queen’s was 0.4 seconds from a division title. After overtime, they won it anyway.Continue...

In it for the long haul

Dave Wilson just wrapped up his 30th season as the women’s basketball team’s head coach — quite an accomplishment, considering he almost didn’t last two seasons.Continue...

Who's making the playoffs?

Women’s volleyball
With 12 rookies on the roster, the women’s volleyball team wasn’t supposed to be this good. But at 10-5, the Gaels are a legitimate OUA contender,...Continue...

Study session

Women’s basketball coach Dave Wilson spends 10 hours a week analyzing gametape on a computer screen. At a Tuesday night gametape session, Wilson gave scouting reports on each player in the Carleton Ravens’
starting lineup.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Which varsity team will most impress in the 2017-18 season?

A new season signifies a fresh start, a clean slate for those who struggled and a platform to build on for those who exceled during last year's 2016-17 varsity season. The Journal 's sports editors found it fitting to make their picks for which varsity team will impress most by season's end.Continue...

Positive outlooks for women's and men's basketball 2017-18 seasons

After looking back at the men’s and women’s basketball seasons, it’s safe to say the two are almost polar opposites.Continue...

De Goede putting in double time

It’s no secret varsity athletes have difficulties striking a balance between their sport, academics and being social.Continue...

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