Sports

Lightning strikes, but Gaels strike back

Lightning delayed the start of the Gaels and Gee Gees Sept. 3 matchup at TD Place in Ottawa.Continue...

Gaels demolish the Varsity Blues in season opener

The Gaels met the Varsity Blues at Richardson Stadium on Aug. 27.Continue...

Meet the new Executive Director of Athletics and Recreation

Following the few months she served as interim Executive Director, Linda Melnick was officially named the next Executive Director of Athletics and Recreation (A&R) in August.Continue...

Any Queen’s student can learn to ride a horse

All Queen’s students can learn to ride horses, and the Queen’s Equestrian Club is the place to start.Continue...

Looking ahead to sports this fall

This fall, it’s time for students to fill the stands.Continue...

What happens to graduated Gaels?

When athletes graduate from Queen’s, they’re not only leaving Kingston, but also leaving behind an integral part of their identity.Continue...

Women’s Rugby dominated in Garnet & Gold Classic Tournament

The Queen’s Gaels Women’s Rugby team took to the pitch in Ottawa on July 17 and 19 to take on the United States U20 and U23 teams.Continue...

‘This year could be pretty special’

Due to COVID-19, the past few years have seen limited capacity and reduced Athletics and Recreation (A&R) programming.Continue...

Professional tennis deserves more love

If you want some strange looks to come your way around the dinner table or at a party, confess that your favourite professional sport to follow is tennis.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Does MLB need robot umpires?

Home-plate umpires have a straightforward job on paper: call balls and strikes.

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Women’s sports demonstrate the power of LGBTQ+ representation

Sports are often stuck in the past.Continue...

Professional wrestling shows humanity through its LGBTQ+ stars

Professional sports are, before anything else, entertainment. This idea becomes clearer as teams and leagues constantly look for new ways to attract fans.Continue...

Queen’s Ultimate Frisbee athletes go international

Tyler Gunasekera, Thomas Oyhenart, and Taige Tomlinson are heading to Poland in August to compete at the World Junior Ultimate Championships.Continue...

Sporting facilities need to be accessible for all

For community members with disabilities, the accessibility of sports and recreation facilities can pose challenges even with legislative efforts and mandates work toward equal access.Continue...

‘One of the best teams in Queen’s history’

Earlier this month, a five-player roster represented Queen’s on the green at the National Championships held in Montreal at Chateau Bromont Golf Course.Continue...

CFL Draft Selects Five Queen’s Gaels

Queen’s Gaels football players are going pro.Continue...

Leslie Dal Cin retires as winner of J.P. Loosemore Award

After 15 years as the executive director of Queen’s University Athletics and Recreation, the OUA commemorated Leslie Dal Cin’s retirement with the J.P. Loosemore Award.Continue...

Gaels always put in the work—even during the off-season

During the school year and regular season, student athletes give it their all as they balance the demands of their classes and varsity teams. Although the summer is a break from studying, it’s not a break from being an athlete.Continue...

Sophie de Goede wins the Lois and Doug Mitchell USport Athlete of the Year Award

Queen’s rugby and basketball star Sophie de Goede has collected another accolade—she’s been named the Lois and Doug Mitchell USport Athlete of the Year.Continue...

Queen’s Journal Colour Awards: Vol. 149

Team of the Year—Women’s Rugby Although each Gaels team brought something special to the table this year, Women’s Rugby stood out among the outstanding—namely, by winning the U Sports National Championship.Continue...

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