Sports

Men’s hockey earns pair of home victories

After two road trips, the men’s hockey team returned to the Memorial Centre for a pair of games against the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) Patriotes this weekend, defeating them 5-2 on Friday and 3-2 on Saturday.Continue...

Men’s and women’s basketball impress in home openers

In their home-opening weekend, the men’s and women’s basketball teams put up strong performances.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 9

The men’s and women’s volleyball teams spent the weekend squaring off against McMaster and Brock.Continue...

Women’s rugby end season at U Sports championships

After winning only one of three matches, the women’s rugby team closed their season with a sixth-place finish at the U Sports national championships.Continue...

MacDougall sisters sprint through Canada

Last fall, Brogan MacDougall had her choice of school at her fingertips—all she had to do was give the nod.Continue...

Women's soccer bounced early in OUA Final Four

Two losses against the province’s top teams at the OUA Final Four left the women’s soccer team with a frustrating end to their 2018-19 season last weekend.Continue...

Men's and women's cross country eye podium on home soil

Going into this weekend’s U Sports National Championships, cross country head coach Steve Boyd said it’s no secret: they can win everything.Continue...

Rowers collect seven medals at national regatta

This season, Queen’s rowing’s harbored an unwavering confidence—their results at the Canadian University Rowing Championships (CURC) last weekend were proof.Continue...

Men's rugby going for gold in OUA final

The Waterloo Warriors gave the men’s rugby team everything they had on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to top the province’s only undefeated squad.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 8

It was a big weekend on the road for Queen’s, with eight teams featuring in varsity action across Ontario.Continue...

Point-Counterpoint: Does cannabis have a place in sports?

The Journal’ s sports editors trade takes on whether weed should be a legal substance for athletes.Continue...

Queen’s rowing claim 11 medals at OUA championships

Queen’s rowing is only comfortable in first place, and they proved it at the OUA championships last Friday.Continue...

Cross country win big at OUA Championships

Things didn’t go as planned for Head Coach Steve Boyd’s cross country teams at the OUA Championships last Saturday. They went better.Continue...

Men’s basketball relying on versatility for 2018-19 season

After finishing last season with an 11-12 record and losing their last four games, the men’s basketball team is ready to improve as they open their 2018-19 campaign.Continue...

Sports in Brief

This week, women's rugby player Sophie de Goede was named U Sports Rugby Player of the Year, seven Gaels soccer players received OUA All-Star honours, and the men's basketball team managed to crack the top ten U Sports rankings for the first time since their 2007-08 season.Continue...

Women’s soccer moves to OUA Final Four

For the fourth straight season, the women’s soccer team (9-3-5) is headed to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

Men's soccer season ends in heartbreak

In a stunning upset, the Nipissing Lakers cut the men’s soccer team’s season, defeating them 1–0 in the first round of the OUA playoffs Wednesday night.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 7

Women’s cross country was the big winner for Queen’s this weekend, running away with OUA team gold as sisters Brogan and Branna MacDougall finished first and second.Continue...

Women’s hockey comes out of weekend with two wins

While most students spent their long weekend at home, the women’s hockey team (4-2) stayed in Kingston, picking up two wins against the York Lions (1-2) and Brock Badgers (2-1).Continue...

Brett Gibson claims 150 wins as head coach

When men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson first joined the Gaels’ hockey program in 2006, he admits he was a kid. With several program records, a nationally-ranked team, and now 150 regular-season wins under his belt—he knows he’s a man.Continue...

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