Sports

Sports in brief: week 7

The women’s soccer team, men’s rugby team, and men’s soccer team each faced off against their RMC counterparts and came away with solid victories.Continue...

Striking a balance at Homecoming

Whether you’re talking about school spirit or pure celebratory ecstasy, Homecoming (Hoco) is one of the most important dates of the year for the Queen's community. This year’s iteration, to be held on Oct. 19, is hoping to strike
a balance between the two.Continue...

Two heads are better than one

Sitting with a record of 2-4, the Gaels are admirers when looking at the playoff picture.Continue...

Women’s Soccer raises money for breast cancer research

On the final weekend of September, the women’s soccer team raised more than $4,500 for the fight against breast cancer through the “Play for the Cure” fundraiser.Continue...

Sports in Brief: week 6

Queen’s men’s rugby and football do great charity work, women’s soccer is closing in on an undefeated regular season, men’s soccer struggles down the stretch.Continue...

Cross country is off to a hot start

Last year set the expectations high for Queen’s cross country program. After outstanding races in London, Ontario and Pennsylvania, they might be even higher.Continue...

Analysis: Quarterback conundrum

Offensive Coordinator Tom Flaxman and Head Coach Steve Snyder have a great problem. A problem, surely, but as good as they come.Continue...

Queen’s athletes give back this Thanksgiving

Queen’s athletes have always prided themselves on doing great work on and off the field, whether in the classroom or community. Now, they have an organization to help concentrate their charitable efforts.Continue...

Sports in Brief: week 5

Men’s soccer makes strides; basketball season is upon us; and the cross country team takes off… across the country.Continue...

Gaels looking to reset ahead of bye week

The Gaels travelled to Waterloo to challenge the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks on a dreary Saturday afternoon.Continue...

Queen’s rowers go against the tide

Queen’s rowing is going to have a hard time following up on last season’s success, but with a new crop of recruits to replace the decorated graduates, the sky is the limit.Continue...

Varsity clubs round-up: September edition

Queen’s varsity clubs have been busy throughout September. Here are their biggest achievements so far.Continue...

Gaels soccer wins two, keeps pace with OUA leaders

The women’s soccer team continued their undefeated season, earning two wins this weekend by beating the Nipissing Lakers 2-1 on Saturday and the Laurentian Voyageurs 4-0 on Sunday.Continue...

Gaels stun nationally ranked Varsity Blues

The Gaels travelled to Toronto on Sept. 21 to take on the number 10 nationally-ranked Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Make Way for Cecilia

Queen’s newest soccer sensation Cecilia Way has one thing on her mind: winning.

The first-year striker’s red-hot start to the season has helped push the Queen’s women's team to second in...Continue...

Matsukubo storming OUA

Jenna Matsukubo’s soccer career experienced a seismic shift when she came to Queen’s—how could she know that within a month of her rookie season, she would be a star?Continue...

Women’s soccer ties against no.1 ranked Ottawa

The women’s soccer team continued their hot streak with a 1-0 win against the Carleton Ravens and a 1-1 tie against the Ottawa Gee-Gees in two matches over the weekend.Continue...

The Gaels' mid-season review

If you’re a Gaels fan, there’s been a lot to cheer for this season.Continue...

Gaels shut out by Carleton

On a warm and sunny Saturday afternoon, the Gaels lost another tight match, this time against a visiting Carleton squad.Continue...

Arhen's actualization

The Ben Arhen who arrived at football training camp in 2016 isn’t very different from the Ben Arhen you see today, making highlight catches at every stadium across the province. He’s got the same speed, the same vibrant personality, and the same drive.Continue...

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