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Men’s basketball win overtime battle vs Nipissing, lose to Laurentian

Over the weekend, the men’s basketball team (9-9) pulled together one hard-fought 84-75 overtime win against the Nipissing Lakers and suffered an 85-72 loss to the Laurentian Voyageurs.

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Gaels weekend road round-up: week 15

Coming off their biggest win of the season against Western a week ago, the women’s hockey team (11-8-0-0) looked for more success this weekend.Continue...

From varsity athlete to Olympic hopeful in 11 months

Jackie Boyle was certain she’d walked into the wrong gym.Continue...

Miles Brackenbury signed by cross country

The men’s cross-country team’s roster will see no shortage of local talent next season.Continue...

Top defensive recruit signs with football program

Steve Snyder’s had his eye on Ethan Martin since 1999.Continue...

Steve Snyder introduced to Queen’s

On Tuesday afternoon, Queen’s football got their first look at the Gaels’ new sideline boss.Continue...

Women’s hockey sweeps weekend series

In their strongest weekend of the 2018-19 season, the women’s hockey team (11-7-0-0) defeated the nationally-ranked sixth Western Mustangs (11-3-0-4) 5-2 and the Windsor Lancers (0-14-2-2) 2-1.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 14

Five of Queen’s six winter varsity teams were on the road this weekend, with men’s hockey and both volleyball teams splitting their games, while men’s and women’s basketball faltered in a pair of games in Ottawa.Continue...

Makenzy Arsenault rewrites the script

Before the 2018-19 season, women’s hockey goaltender Makenzy Arsenault knew her time was coming—she just thought it wasn’t for another year.Continue...

Varsity winter power rankings

The Journal’s sports editors rank each winter team’s mid-season performancesContinue...

Women's volleyball ready to fight through last half of season

The women’s volleyball team has to work for the OUA playoffs—but it’s not out of reach yet.Continue...

Women’s basketball split home games in return to action

The women’s basketball team (9-5) faced two teams with two very different trajectories in the OUA standings this weekend.Continue...

Men’s basketball drops pair of weekend games

The men’s basketball team was dealt back-to-back losses at home this weekend by the Ryerson Rams and University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 13

The beginning of the semester saw both hockey teams on the road for a pair of matchups. While the men’s team found good fortune away from home, the women weren’t quite as lucky.Continue...

Steve Snyder named head coach of Queen’s football

On Dec. 16, Athletics and Recreation (A&R) announced that Steve Snyder will take over as head coach of Queen’s football in the 2019-20 season.Continue...

Slater Doggett competes against Canadian World Junior team

In December, Queen’s forward Slater Doggett laced up and featured for the U Sports All-Stars in a three-game series against Canada’s World Junior Prospects.Continue...

New facilities, equipment on display at campus gyms

The New Year brought a wealth of fresh fitness equipment to the ARC and the soon-to-be-opened athletic facilities at Mitchell Hall.Continue...

Queen’s to host 2020 Women’s Rugby U Sports Championships

Early in December, U Sports awarded Queen’s the opportunity to host the 2020 Women’s Rugby National Championship.Continue...

Gaels' optimism ringing in new year

The men’s volleyball team has momentum heading into the final nine games of the regular season.Continue...

Face-off for number one

After his starting and backup goaltenders left the program this summer, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson faced a problem: he only had one goalie going into the season, and hadn’t recruited at all for another.Continue...

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