Sports

First round loss ends women’s volleyball season

In an eerie repetition of their 2017-18 season, the women’s volleyball team’s (13-6) playoff run came to a quick close last weekend after a 3-1 loss to the Western Mustangs (14-5).

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Men’s volleyball wins quarterfinal over Guelph in five-set thriller

The only thing separating the ball from the court — and preserving the vitality of the men ’ s volleyball team ’ s season — was Zac Hutcheson ’ s outstretched palm.Continue...

Game in Photos: Queen's Gaels vs. Carleton Ravens

With Game in Photos, The Journal ’s staff photographers capture the ebbs, flows and emotions of Queen’s varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

Men’s, women’s volleyball begin playoffs Saturday

After clinching playoff berths, both men’s and women’s volleyball teams will play in the OUA quarterfinal games this Saturday.Continue...

Women's basketball falls to York in first round of OUA playoffs

Last Wednesday, the York Lions ended the women’s basketball team’s season in a dramatic, late-game 76-70 win in the OUA quarterfinals.Continue...

Men's basketball bounced from playoffs after 80-63 loss to Carleton

Despite squeaking through the first round of the OUA playoffs, the men’s basketball team’s season ended last Saturday with an 80-63 loss to the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Pair of Gaels sport maple leaf, compete internationally over reading week

Kingston and Trinidad and Tobago have two very different climates, especially in February.Continue...

Women's hockey loses nail-biting first round series to Ryerson

In playoff hockey, a single goal can be the difference between elation and heartbreak.Continue...

Men's hockey one win away from OUA Final

Following a 3-2 overtime win against the Carleton Ravens on Thursday, the men’s hockey team will head into game two of the OUA Eastern Conference final on Friday with a 1-0 series advantage.Continue...

Men's hockey squeezes past Concordia in first game of playoffs

A team’s season is defined by their peak performance—and most importantly, when they reach it.Continue...

Determining the weight of words in sport

When it comes to extreme circumstances, there’s never a correct answer.Continue...

Women’s squash wins fifth straight OUA title

Few teams at Queen’s understand dominance better than the women’s squash team.Continue...

Swimming team picks up three medals at OUA Championships

The Queen’s swimming team didn’t quite blow their competition out of the water this weekend—but they came close.Continue...

Men’s hockey trounces McGill in final regular season game

After losing to RMC 5-1 at Thursday night’s Carr-Harris Cup, men’s hockey Assistant Coach Kevin Bailie laid out the stakes going into Saturday night’s game against the McGill Redmen.Continue...

Women’s basketball beats nationally-ranked team for first time this season

When players believe in their capabilities, performance levels soar.Continue...

Men’s basketball completes upset over UOttawa, loses to Carleton

Over the weekend, the men’s basketball team (11-10) beat the UOttawa Gee-Gee's (13-8) 78-75 in overtime and fell to the Carleton Ravens (20-1) 81-61 in their final home regular season games.Continue...

Men’s hockey lose 5-1 in 133rd Carr-Harris Cup

At a press conference before Thursday’s Carr-Harris Cup, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson said every year, the game showcases the talent on Queen’s and RMC’s roster—regardless of where they sit in the standings.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 17

The men’s and women’s volleyball teams didn’t travel far for this weekend’s games against the RMC Paladins, where both teams extended their winning streaks. Women’s hockey, meanwhile, split their final series of the season.Continue...

Crunch time: varsity playoff probabilities

As varsity teams near their final regular season games, we sat back and crunched the numbers. These are our outlooks for all six teams. We’re hoping for the best—but preparing for the worst.Continue...

Powderpuff football tackles female engagement

There’s a new face for the future of football at Queen’s—and it’s female.Continue...

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