Sports

Mid-season basketball review

The Gaels (7-4) have had a strong campaign, and with their first game of the new year coming up this weekend, it’s a good time to review the highs and lows of the season so far.Continue...

Sports in brief: Week 1

Women’s hockey picks up points in opening matches, and men’s hockey drops a decisive contest in Queen’s Cup rematch.Continue...

Autism Mentorship Program brings together Athletics, community

It’s an age-old adage that when good people get together, good things happen. Case in point: Josh Mosely and Emilio Frometa. Case in another point: varsity athletes and kids with autism.Continue...

Meet Kara Blair, Queen’s most humble star

Kara Blair has made an incredible leap forward over the last year, and her individual accomplishments—highlighted by a fourth-place finish at this year’s nationals—helped push the top-ranked Queen’s cross-country team into championship territory.Continue...

Gaels return from nationals with bronze

Following a tough loss against the No. 3 University of Victoria Vikes in the semi-finals, the No. 2 Gaels played the host No. 4 Concordia Stingers in the bronze medal match.Continue...

Men’s basketball sweeps weekend

The Gaels defeated the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams in back-to-back games this weekend.Continue...

Gaels split Kingston games

This past weekend, the Gaels men’s hockey team pulled out a win as they continue to try to lift themselves out from the bottom of the OUA East standings.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: November edition

Queen’s varsity clubs have continued to impress. Squash beat up on opponents in Montreal, women’s water polo had a strong showing in Ottawa, and artistic swimming looked solid at the McGill Invitational.Continue...

Reflections of a retired athlete

It was supposed to be the perfect final season.Continue...

Queen’s secret weapon

Last year they lost. This year they won. What changed?Continue...

Sports in brief: Week 11

Men’s hockey snaps their losing streak, men’s rugby moves onto national semis, women’s hockey keeps winning at home, and men’s basketball’s weekend was a mixed bag.Continue...

Breaking curse, Women’s cross country wins nationals

After three consecutive years of U SPORTS silver medal finishes, the Queen’s women’s cross-country team finally prevailed as national gold medalists for the first time in school history.Continue...

Late try secures championship for Gaels

The men’s rugby team won a hard-fought battle against the Guelph Gryphons to cap off an undefeated season in OUA play, securing Queen’s third consecutive provincial championship.Continue...

More than a player, Grossinger is a natural teammate

For Zane Grossinger, it’s always been about the team.Continue...

Weekend wins over capital city teams shoot Gaels up national rankings

Women’s basketball made waves nationally last weekend when they beat both the Carleton Ravens and the Ottawa Gee-Gees in stunning fashion.Continue...

Gaels handed fourth straight loss

Looking to shake off last week’s losses to Carleton and McGill, the Queen’s Gaels were at home this past weekend facing off against the No. 6 University of Toronto Varsity Blues and No. 9 Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Men’s volleyball gets back on track

The Queen’s men’s volleyball team improved their record to 3 – 3 after coasting to an easy three set sweep against Trent University on Sunday, bringing them back to .500 for the second time in this early season.Continue...

Women's rugby loses heartbreaker

The Queen’s Gaels are national silver medalists after losing a hotly contested match to the Laval Rouge et Or, 22-14.Continue...

Queen’s runs away with OUA semis

The men’s rugby team came back from their first-round bye in full force, routing the Badgers in a 40-point victory.Continue...

Queen’s Rowing finishes strong

In what was billed as a rebuilding season, the Gaels still managed to win multiple medals at the provincial and national championships over the past two weeks.Continue...

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