Through the athlete’s eyes: Claire Chow on Women’s Football

Queen’s Women’s Football finished their season with grit last weekend at the Ontario Women’s Intercollegiate Football Association (OWIFA).
March 31, 2023

Queen’s to host Vanier Cup for next two seasons

For the first time ever, Queen’s will host the Vanier Cup.
January 13, 2023

Women’s Football: ‘It’s a heck of a sport’

Days after the men’s football season ended, coaches and players regrouped for their next adventure: the women’s football team.
November 25, 2022

Getting in the wheelbarrow

Since the pandemic began in 2020, Queen’s Football has recorded an impressive 18 wins to only three losses—all at the hands of the country-best Western Mustangs.  
On Saturday, Queen’s Football travelled to London for the 114th Yates Cup against the Western Mustangs. They lost 44-16.
Queen’s is going to the Yates Cup.  
On Saturday, the Gaels met the Varsity Blues at Richardson for their annual homecoming game as the teams competed for a spot in the OUA semi-finals.
On Saturday, the Gaels met the McMaster Marauders at Richardson Stadium.
On Saturday, Queen’s Football met York at Richardson Stadium where tons of students and alumni watched the Gaels bring in another victory.  

Queen’s got spirit

October 7, 2022
If you’ve attended a football game this season, you’ve seen all three of the Gaels spirit squads cheering on the sidelines.  
On Sept. 24, Queen’s Football showed off at Alumni Stadium in Guelph.
The energy at Richardson on Saturday was electric. The stadium felt like it was pulsing, and Gaels football channelled all that energy into a win as they wrecked the Ravens.
The Gaels have not prevailed over the Mustangs in the last nine matchups they’ve played. Unfortunately, Saturday was no different: Western made it ten with a win on home turf.
Lightning delayed the start of the Gaels and Gee Gees Sept. 3 matchup at TD Place in Ottawa. 
The Gaels met the Varsity Blues at Richardson Stadium on Aug. 27.
Queen’s Gaels football players are going pro.
Queen’s offensive lineman Josh Mosley is capping off his five-year career as a Gael by transitioning into pro football.
The Queen’s Gaels were defeated by the Western Mustangs 29-0 in the 113th Yates Cup on Saturday.
The Queen’s Gaels defeated the uOttawa Gee-Gees 32-15 on Saturday at Richardson Stadium. With their victory, the Gaels will be playing for the 113th Yates Cup against the Western Mustangs on Nov. 20.
The Queen’s Gaels defeated the Carleton Ravens on Saturday afternoon, 41-14.
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