Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov sat out of warm-ups during the team’s Pride Night last week because the team planned on wearing Pride-themed jerseys.
The Queen’s Climbing Club (QCC) is bringing exercise to new heights while creating an inclusive environment for new and experienced climbers. 
When the new intramural season started this semester, registered students received an influx of emails from the Athletics and Recreation (A&R) intramural team detailing changes they hope will improve the Queen’s intramural experience. 
Don’t count out the Gaels—even down 2-0. 
This weekend marked a high point for the Queen’s women’s volleyball team as they won back-to-back games on home court against the Windsor Lancers.
Students are invited to watch the world’s oldest hockey rivalry on Feb. 2. 
Queen’s Cross Country had a season to remember, but it’s the team bonds they will never forget—theirs is a story of legacy creation.  
This season, Julia Chadwick has led the Gaels to a perfect 12-0 record.  
On Saturday, Memorial Centre was reminiscent of Richardson Stadium during a football game.
The Gaels head into the second half of their season with a 10-1 record and a fourth-place spot in the U SPORTS ranking.
After some exhibition games and invitational tournaments prior to the official OUA season, both the men’s and women’s volleyball teams recorded valuable wins before the break.
Before the pandemic, avid intramural players, faculty rivals, and spirited student-athletes anticipated the winter semester.
All eyes are on the men’s and women’s hockey teams as they return after the winter break.
Queen’s Women’s Basketball is the team to watch this season.
Days after the men’s football season ended, coaches and players regrouped for their next adventure: the women’s football team.
The Gaels took home their fifth consecutive win of the season on Friday at the ARC as they defeated the Carleton Ravens 71-65. 
The ARC was pulsing on Friday night as the Queen’s versus Carleton match-up brought in 750 fans, the most the facility has seen all season. Despite a slow start and a little lost momentum in the fourth quarter, the Gaels beat the Ravens 76-62. 
Queen’s Aquatics has cancelled all recreational, varsity, and intramural aquatic activities until at least the new year due to a complicated pump failure. 
The Queen’s Gaels faced off against the RMC Paladins on Saturday at the ARC, with the Gaels emerging victorious after three sets.  

Getting in the wheelbarrow

November 25, 2022
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.  
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