April 7, 2023

Quotes of the year

The Journal wrote countless sports articles this year, but the players and coaches have told their stories the best.  
In honour of the beloved Colour Awards put on by Queen’s Athletics and Recreation each year, The Journal has delivered its own best—and worst—sports picks of the year.  
My favorite moment from the season came after the win at Laurier in our final regular season game.
Baseball is back, but not quite how you might remember it.
Although most rowing takes place in the fall, the Gaels are getting ready to jump in the water this month after qualifying for the Pan Am Games Qualification Regatta.  
Canadian athletes will be coming to Kingston three times next year.
Queen’s Women’s Football finished their season with grit last weekend at the Ontario Women’s Intercollegiate Football Association (OWIFA).
There have been many firsts in this year’s NCAA March Madness tournament on both the men’s and women’s sides.
The Queen’s University Competitive Dance team is back and better than ever.
This past weekend, the Queen’s Artistic Swimming Varsity club travelled to the Pan Am Center in Markham, Ontario to compete in the National Championships.
Best-ever basketball seasons led by two best-ever players
For the first time ever, Queen’s will host the Vanier Cup.
Steph Barrie named OUA and U SPORTS Coach of the Year for Men’s Basketball
The Queen’s Men’s Curling team brought home a bronze medal at the U SPORTS Men’s Curling Championship in Sudbury this past weekend. 
Japan defeated The United States 3-2 in the 2023 World Baseball Classic.  
Queen’s Men’s Basketball finished sixth at the U SPORTS National Championship over the weekend.

Sports in Brief: March 17

March 17, 2023
Gaels collect hardware at OUA Figure Skating Championships
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