The 2022-23 NBA season has been nothing short of unpredictable, with many injuries and big-name players on the move.
Jude Wheeler-Dee has been unstoppable this winter.
This weekend, Queen’s Women’s Basketball collected their second silver medal of the year and made history with their best-ever regular season record and U SPORTS finish.
This weekend’s Quigley Cup loss shouldn’t dampen Women’s Volleyball’s incredible playoff run.
The Queen’s Gaels aren’t scared of overtime.
Women’s Basketball is keeping their heads held high as they take off for nationals. 
One of the year’s most anticipated—and rowdy—hockey games took to the ice this weekend.  
Women’s Volleyball did it again: another playoff sweep. 
Stu Crawford is the most legendary name in Queen’s Men’s Hockey, and filmmaker Mike Downie is the latest to celebrate his legacy. 
The news came in on Sunday: Queen’s Men’s Basketball snagged the last spot in the U SPORTS Final 8 Basketball Championships in Nova Scotia.  
It’s time for Queen’s to build another banner rack—there’s potential for a few more OUA and U SPORTS titles this season.
The Gaels sprinted their way into the spotlight after a stunning display of athleticism at the OUA Track and Field Championship on Feb 24 and 25.
This past Saturday, the Gaels men’s volleyball team faced off against the York Lions for the first round of OUA playoffs. They were defeated in four sets.
This weekend, Western learned they can’t count Queen’s out.
Queen’s Men’s Basketball fell to the Carleton Ravens on Wednesday in the OUA semifinals.
Women’s Basketball punched their ticket to the OUA Critelli Cup and the U SPORTS championship on Wednesday with a win over Waterloo.
In 2021, Women’s Basketball welcomed Claire Meadows and Wumi Agunbiade to the coaching staff.  
On June 4 in 1967, a ground-breaking event took place in Cleveland, Ohio.
With over 11,000 student athletes, coaches, and administrators, the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) is the largest conference within U SPORTS and was the first multi-sport organization of intercollegiate athletics in Canada. 
This weekend, the Queen’s Men’s Volleyball team faced off against the Brock Badgers in St. Catharines where they lost both games of their double header.
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