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Men’s volleyball adapting to new role as a league leader

Heading into the 2018-19 season, first-year men’s volleyball head coach Gabriel DeGroot is ready to steer the ship.Continue...

Women's volleyball poised for strong 2018-19 campaign

After a difficult loss to Western in last season’s OUA quarter-final, the women’s volleyball team is ready to hit the hardwood.Continue...

Golf team completes strong season at OUA's

Queen’s golf capped their season off on a high note earlier this week, finding success at the OUA Championships on Monday and Tuesday.Continue...

Women’s rugby advances to OUA championship

After a 29-24 OUA semi-final win over the McMaster Marauders on Saturday, women’s rugby secured a spot in the OUA final next weekend.Continue...

Women's hockey splits opening weekend

After a hectic first weekend of the regular season, women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg struggled to find a single word to define the Gaels’ opening pair of games.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 5

It was a vital weekend for the Gaels playing away games the weekend of Oct. 12-14.Continue...

Wolever dominates in final season

When Jenny Wolever scored in the closing minutes against the UOIT Ridgebacks last Sunday to seal a 2-0 win, the Gaels breathed a collective sigh of relief.Continue...

Parity is the fuel to the OUA’s engine

Before the season started, the expectations for the Queen’s men’s rugby team were clear: championship or nothing. They weren’t ambitious expectations.Continue...

Queen’s rowers off to blazing start

Queen’s rowing had plenty to be thankful for this past weekend.Continue...

Women's hockey raising the bar in 2018-19

The past two seasons for the women’s hockey team have been a constant flow of progress. This season, there’s no desire to take a step back.Continue...

Gaels boast clean record following first set of games

The Gaels kicked off their regular season with two wins on Saturday and Wednesday, defeating the defending OUA champion, the McGill Redmen, 2-1 in overtime on the road and the RMC Paladins 4-0 at home.Continue...

Women's rugby senior class reflects on careers

Sitting in Kingston Hall on the eve of their women’s rugby national championships debut, nine wide-eyed first-years listened attentively to their senior teammates.Continue...

Colborne grabs the clipboard

After 16 years playing rugby, Alex Colborne hung up his cleats at the end of last season—but he’s still very much a part of the Queen’s rugby fabric.Continue...

Gaels to take on defending OUA champions in season opener

The men’s hockey team lives and trains by one motto: karma.Continue...

U Sports approves policy for transgender athletes

Last Thursday, U Sports introduced a new transgender policy with aims of creating equal opportunities for Canadian university athletes, regardless of their gender identity and expression.Continue...

Gaels hit crunch time Friday against McMaster

Headed into their second-last game of the season, the football team is grappling to find routine amidst a week many would call chaotic.Continue...

Football comes short of upset against Western

Ahead of the football team’s Saturday game against the Western Mustangs, head coach Pat Sheahan wasn’t expecting a win.Continue...

Gaels sweep Toronto teams in weekend series

The women’s soccer team showed no signs of discouragement after last weekend’s loss, earning two convincing victories over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues (4-5-2) and Ryerson Rams (2-4-5) this past weekend.Continue...

Women’s rugby's big win caps season

The women’s rugby team concluded their regular season Saturday with a resounding 90-5 victory over the York Lions.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 4

This weekend, the men’s rugby team won their 2017 OUA Championship rematch, while the men’s cross country team won their annual NCAA invitational. Meanwhile, rowing had a strong start to their season and men’s soccer lost both of their matches in Toronto.Continue...

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