Sports

Women’s Basketball splits weekend in Ottawa

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.Continue...

Women's Hockey Stomps Windsor

On Friday Jan. 27, the Queen’s Women’s Hockey team shut down the Windsor Lancers 5-1 at the Memorial Centre.Continue...

Queen’s Men’s Volleyball ranked seventh in Canada

Queen’s Men’s Volleyball faced off against the Nipissing Lakers this weekend in a doubleheader at the ARC.Continue...

Winter Adapted Games foster connection through sport

On Saturday Jan. 28, Queen’s hosted the Winter Adapted Games (WAG).Continue...

Gaels crush Lakers in Women’s Volleyball

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.Continue...

Queen’s Jude Wheeler-Dee breaks 35-year-old record

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.Continue...

Queen’s Men’s Basketball wins two close games

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.Continue...

Queen’s Women’s Basketball first in the nation

After sweeping both the Windsor Lancers and Western Mustangs last weekend, Queen’s ascended to the top of the OUA rankingsContinue...

Queen’s Varsity Figure Skating picks up three medals at OUA Winter Invitational

Queen’s Varsity Figure Skating sharpened their skates and glided over to Waterloo for the OUA Winter Invitational on Monday and Tuesday.Continue...

Queen’s Men’s Hockey wins two to keep streak alive

Queen’s Men’s Hockey has a five-game win streak—they are undefeated in the new year.Continue...

Queen’s Climbing Club: Let’s chalk about it

The Queen’s Climbing Club (QCC) is bringing exercise to new heights while creating an inclusive environment for new and experienced climbers.Continue...

Commentary: Athletes should universally support Pride events

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.Continue...

Queen’s Athletics and Recreation changes intramural programming

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.

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Men’s Volleyball pulls off crazy 2-0 comeback

Don’t count out the Gaels—even down 2-0.Continue...

Women’s Volleyball sweeps Windsor

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.Continue...

World’s oldest hockey rivalry returns at Carr-Harris Cup

Students are invited to watch the world’s oldest hockey rivalry on Feb. 2.Continue...

Inside Julia Chadwick’s basketball philosophy

This season, Julia Chadwick has led the Gaels to a perfect 12-0 record.Continue...

Cross Country wants to ‘leave a legacy’

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.Continue...

Gaels fall to top-ranked Varsity Blues

On Saturday, Memorial Centre was reminiscent of Richardson Stadium during a football game.Continue...

Men’s Basketball is still king on the court

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.Continue...

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