Sports

Field Hockey pulls off a sneaky win

Queen’s Field Hockey faced off against the McMaster Marauders on Friday night at Tindall Field for their first game of the season.Continue...

No coaches necessary

Men’s Ultimate Frisbee competed at the annual Steeltown Classic Tournament in Burlington on Sept. 24-25.Continue...

NBA draft age may be changing

The NBA Players Association (NBAPA) is fighting for a new bargaining agreement—one of the biggest issues they will be discussing is lowering the NBA draft eligibility age.Continue...

An ultimate start to the season

Women’s Ultimate Frisbee had their season debut this past weekend in Burlington at the Steeltown Classic. They competed against most of the western Ontario universities and placed second overall.

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Engineering wins TriColour Classic basketball game

The Leon’s Centre became the battleground for the infamous Engineering versus Commerce rivalry last Thursday, Sept. 22.Continue...

NBA drops the ball with Robert Sarver discipline

On Sept. 13, the NBA concluded its investigation into Phoenix Suns minority owner Robert Sarver, punishing his workplace misconduct with a one-year suspension and $10 million fine.Continue...

Men’s Hockey: What to expect

After a devestating loss at the OUA playoffs last March, Men’s Hockey is looking forward to a fresh start this season.Continue...

No one scores against Queen’s rugby

Women’s Rugby beat Western 53-0 on Sept. 17.Continue...

Men’s Soccer secures first victory

On Sunday, Men’s Soccer met RMC on home turf.Continue...

Women’s soccer keeps a clean sheet against RMC

The rain came down on Sunday at Richardson Stadium, but that didn’t stop the Gaels as they demolished the RMC Paladins 10-0.Continue...

‘Exactly what we needed’: Football wins big at home

The energy at Richardson on Saturday was electric. The stadium felt like it was pulsing, and Gaels football channelled all that energy into a win as they wrecked the Ravens.Continue...

Starting a new tradition: The Tri-Colour Classic

Tapping into the traditional rivalry between Commerce and Engineering, the Tri-Colour Classic (TCC) is hosting a basketball game between the two faculties with the goal of raising 100,000 dollars—after being matched by donor—for the Canadian Cancer Society. Continue...

Queen’s Football suffers first loss of the season

The Gaels have not prevailed over the Mustangs in the last nine matchups they’ve played. Unfortunately, Saturday was no different: Western made it ten with a win on home turf.Continue...

Intramurals season is upon us

Intramural program registration opened at the ARC on Sept. 7.Continue...

Men’s Lacrosse opens with a loss to Trent

Queen’s met Trent on Miklas-McCarney Field last Sunday for their first game of the season. Heading into the game, the team was ready to give it their all.Continue...

‘Soccer is a goofy game’: Women’s Soccer ties uOttawa

On Friday Sept. 9, Women’s Soccer had their third game of the regular season.Continue...

Women’s Rugby continues OUA domination

This past Saturday, the Queen’s Gaels destroyed the Brock Badgers 64-0 in their first regular season game at Nixon Field since winning the national championship there last year.Continue...

Men can’t hip thrust at the ARC

With school back and in-person, the ARC has seen many students flocking through its doors in the past week. However, not every student has been able to find what they are looking for.Continue...

Queen’s Soccer opens season against Ravens on home turf

On Sept. 2, the Queen’s women’s and men’s soccer teams laced up their cleats and faced the Carleton Ravens at Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Online sports betting is here to stay—for better and for worse

You’ve no doubt seen the commercials: sports betting is live in Ontario and the big companies are eager to get everyone on their apps.Continue...

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