Sports

Women’s soccer aiming for return to form

The women’s soccer team had a promising season last year that ended on a sour note with matches conceded to Western and then McMaster, placing fourth in the Final Four.Continue...

Crivello conquers concussion

Concussions are a frightening prospect for athletes whose performance depends on hurtling full-speed at their opponents. Emma Crivello, a flanker for the Queen’s rugby team, knows them all too well.Continue...

Varsity summers: how athletes are training in the offseason

Just because the season is over doesn’t mean Queen’s athletes are putting their feet up. Being a varsity athlete is a year-round effort—summer just means getting ready for the next season. Here’s what some of our athletes are doing to prepare for their next campaign:Continue...

Sports in Brief: month of May

Junior Gaels program creates positive change; ARC gym under renovation for the upcoming school year; Richardson Stadium to play host to national football tournamentsContinue...

Thank you, Queen's

You remember the commercial: “What’s Your Thing?”Continue...

Colour awards: Queen’s Journal edition

The Journal ’s sports editors dish out their own spin on the year that was for Queen’s AthleticsContinue...

Strong performances from Gaels at World Cross Country Championships

While Kingston’s Fort Henry hills are some of the most difficult in Canada, little could prepare Makenna Fitzgerald and Brogan MacDougall for what hit them at the World Cross Country Championships last Saturday in Aarhus, Denmark.Continue...

‘This needs to end’: Queen’s hosts roundtable on racism in hockey

At Saturday’s Roundtable on Racism in Hockey, held at the Kinesiology building, one thing was made clear: racism isn’t new to hockey, and something needs to change.Continue...

Quotes of the Year

The Journal recaps the best sound bites from the 2018-19 season.Continue...

Finding satisfaction: Jaden Lindo comes out on top

While his resume shouts success, Jaden Lindo’s hockey career has been anything but linear.Continue...

Gaels head to national, regional CFL Combines

For most graduating varsity athletes, this time of year is often spent preparing for life without their sport of choice. But for some, it’s spent preparing for a career as a professional athlete.Continue...

Varsity teams celebrate at 83rd Colour Awards

On Wednesday night, Queen’s Athletics dressed up the ARC for the 83rd Colour Awards, honouring this year’s top performances from Queen’s varsity teams.Continue...

83rd Colour Awards honour varsity clubs

On Tuesday night, varsity athletes congregated at the ARC to celebrate their athletic feats for the 83rd Colour Awards ceremony.Continue...

Cycling team tops the leaderboard

Over the weekend, the Queen’s cycling team drove seven hours to Philadelphia where they participated in the first weekend of the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC) from March 16 to 17.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The Journal 's Assistant Sports Editor breaks down the latest news on campusContinue...

Becoming a world-class athlete in six races

Makenna Fitzgerald looked around, trying not to let the imposter syndrome take over—“What am I doing here?” she thought to herself.Continue...

Defeat in U Sports quarterfinals ends men’s hockey’s postseason run

The men’s hockey team suffered a tough season-ending loss last Friday night, ending their postseason campaign just six days after hoisting their first OUA title in 38 years.Continue...

Men's volleyball finishes fifth at U Sports Championships

With the taste of OUA gold lingering, men’s volleyball fell short of a podium finish at the U Sports National Championships last weekend.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The Journal’ s sports editor breaks down the latest athletics news on campus.Continue...

Queen's alum represents Ontario at Tim Hortons Brier

Wesley Forget, ArtSci '14 and current Residence Life permanent staff member, attended the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier tournament this year as part of curler Scott McDonald’s Ontario team. The Brier, an...Continue...

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