Sports

Queen’s Journal vs Western Gazette March Madness bracket competition, vol. 2

For the second time, the Queen’s Journal is facing off against the Western Gazette during the NCAA’s March Madness men’s basketball tournament. And for the second time in as many years, Gonzaga is the Queen’s Journal ’s pick for bringing home the national championship.Continue...

Men’s Volleyball bests Nipissing in Second Round of OUA Playoffs

After a shaky start, the Queen’s Men’s Volleyball team rallied to beat the Nipissing Lakers 3-1 in the second round of the OUA Playoffs on Saturday.Continue...

Pre-playoff picture: winter varsity teams

Men’s Basketball Record: 9-3 Round 1: Mar 16Continue...

Women’s Hockey upsets Ontario Tech in first round of OUA playoffs

The Queen’s women’s hockey team beat Ontario Tech 4-2 Wednesday night to advance to the second round of the OUA playoffs.Continue...

Women’s Fencing pick up medals at OUA Championship

The Queen’s women’s fencing team had a sharp performance at the OUA Championships, hosted at the Royal Military College on Mar. 5 and 6.Continue...

Queen’s Swimming captain details team journey ahead of OUA championship

Sophie Deasy is the captain of the Queen’s Swimming team. Here, she discusses some of the difficulties the team has faced and speaks with teammates about their perspectives leading up to their first competitive meet in two years.Continue...

How each OUA team got its name: Part two

Guelph Gryphons

Founded in 1964 after an amalgamation of three separate educational institutions—the Ontario Agricultural College, the MacDonald Institute, and the Ontario Veterinary College—Guelph is among the younger stock of the OUA’s universities. However, whatever the school lacks in age it makes up for with its chosen name and mascot: the Gryphon.Continue...

“We’re a dangerous team to come across”: Inside the 2018-19 Queen’s Men’s Hockey season, part six

“I do think there is a change in the mentality of guys when it comes to playoffs […] there is just this sense, this feeling […] that just comes over you; you’ll do anything to win the game.”Continue...

Women’s Hockey Clinches Playoff Spot in final weekend series

The Queen’s women’s hockey team beat the York Lions 4-0 on Saturday to clinch a spot in the OUA playoffs after losing 5-1 to York the previous evening.Continue...

Queen’s Football’s Josh Mosley signs with Calgary Stampeders

Queen’s offensive lineman Josh Mosley is capping off his five-year career as a Gael by transitioning into pro football.Continue...

Five women’s rugby players selected for Rugby’s Canada’s ‘Next Gen’ Camp

Five Queen’s women’s rugby players have been selected to Canada Rugby’s 7s ‘Next Gen’ Camp in Victoria, BC, from Mar. 6 to 11.Continue...

Women’s Curling bring home lessons from OUA Championship

While the Women’s Curling team fell short at the OUA championships last week, for them, experience was still gained, and their cohesion was strengthened—two things hard to come by in a season disrupted by lockdowns.Continue...

10 Queen’s Football players invited to 2022 CFL combines

10 Queen’s football players have recently been selected for the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) National and Eastern Regional combines for 2022.Continue...

Sports in Brief: Winter reading week

The Men’s Hockey team (13-2) extended their three-game winning streak this past weekend, handily defeating the RMC Paladins (1-15) in back-to-back games on Feb. 25 and 26.Continue...

From U SPORTS to Queen’s: How Black History Month is being celebrated in university sport

From live U Sports events to initiatives taking place on Queen’s campus, important conversations and projects are underway within university athletics programs for Black History Month.Continue...

How do we move beyond the flawed paradigm of white intellectual superiority?

Contemporary western science lacks Black contribution. Improving Black representation in scientific fields requires a conscious effort to reject longstanding paradigms of white intellectual superiority.Continue...

'The Want to Win’: Inside the 2018-19 Queen’s Men’s Hockey season, part four

“I think it just was the want to win, everyone on our team just wanted to win.”Continue...

How has the pandemic affected the way Queen’s coaches recruit student-athletes?

If there’s one thing that coaches had to adjust to last year, it was leading their teams almost exclusively through a digital format.Continue...

Queen’s Football players on their picks for Superbowl LVI

Cincinnati Bengals

I want to begin by saying this is the most excited I’ve ever been for a Superbowl. Period.Continue...

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