Queen’s was victorious over Lakehead and York this weekend while celebrating their graduating seniors.
Science took home the inaugural ArtSci Cup with a late momentum swing
Queen’s hosted the Men’s and Women’s OUA Squash Championship this weekend at the ARC, and the women won gold after three days of rigorous competition.
The Gaels faced off against the Western Mustangs twice this weekend, emerging victorious both times.
After a splitting two weekend games against Western, Queen’s record now sits at 11-5, ranking 10th in the U SPORTS Top 10 Women’s Volleyball ranking.
Queen’s Men’s Basketball had a rough weekend with losses to both Guelph and Western.
Whether it’s on the road against Guelph or at home against uOttawa—some of the toughest competition in the country—Queen’s Women’s Basketball will not be stopped.
The Carr-Harris Cup returned to the Leon Centre on Thursday Feb. 2 for the first time since 2020, continuing the world’s oldest hockey rivalry.

Sports in Brief: Feb. 7

February 7, 2023
The Queen’s Gaels cannot be kept dormant by cold weather—here’s what various varsity clubs have been up to in the winter semester.
Queen’s Men’s Basketball took one loss and one win in Ottawa this weekend. 
Queen’s Women’s Basketball conceded their first loss last Friday against the Carleton Ravens, but Queen’s recovered with a win over uOttawa on Sunday to not go home empty-handed.  
On Friday Jan. 27, the Queen’s Women’s Hockey team shut down the Windsor Lancers 5-1 at the Memorial Centre.
Queen’s Men’s Volleyball faced off against the Nipissing Lakers this weekend in a doubleheader at the ARC.
The Nipissing Lakers travelled down to Kingston last weekend for two games against Queen’s Women’s Volleyball, both of which ended in exhilarating wins for the Gaels.
On Saturday Jan. 28, Queen’s hosted the Winter Adapted Games (WAG).
On Friday at the McGill Team Challenge, Jude Wheeler-Dee broke a 35-year-old Queen’s Track and Field 1,000-metre record with a time of 2:22:15.
Men’s Basketball began the weekend with a nail-biter, squeaking by with a 93-92 win against the Windsor Lancers. Their climb to the top continues as they now rank fourth in the country.
After sweeping both the Windsor Lancers and Western Mustangs last weekend, Queen’s ascended to the top of the OUA rankings
Queen’s Varsity Figure Skating sharpened their skates and glided over to Waterloo for the OUA Winter Invitational on Monday and Tuesday.
Queen’s Men’s Hockey has a five-game win streak—they are undefeated in the new year.
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