Sports

Men’s rugby pull off tight win against Laurier

On Sunday, men’s rugby matched up against what head coach Dave Butcher called “the dark horse” of the OUA, the Laurier Golden Hawks, coming away with a 55-22 win.Continue...

Gaels weekend roundup: week one

Men's soccer seized opportunity this weekend in their matchups against the winless University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) Ridgebacks and Trent Excalibur.Continue...

Achintya Garikaparthi remembered

Earlier this summer, family and friends mourned the loss of Queen’s student and member of the Queen’s Quidditch team, 18-year-old Achintya Garikaparthi.Continue...

Cassidy Deane wins silver at FISU

It was her first time racing over international waters, but fifth-year rower Cassidy Deane looked beyond her years representing Canada at the International University Sport Federation (FISU) World Championships this past August in Shanghai, China.Continue...

Men's football split opening games of season

Three weeks into their season, it’s been a tale of two tapes for the Queen’s football team.Continue...

Women's soccer to find fresh footing in new season

Despite a large crop of new faces rounding out the women’s soccer team’s roster this season, head coach Dave McDowell is confident his squad will continue to be a perennial threat in the OUA.Continue...

Women’s rugby looking to finish atop OUA in coming campaign

Headed into the 2018 season, women’s rugby head coach Dan Valley isn’t ready to have his team rest on their laurels after a banner 2017-18 campaign.Continue...

Men's rugby going for more gold

After reclaiming its status as the province’s best with a commanding win in the 2017-18 OUA Championships, the men’s rugby team isn’t showing signs of slowing down.

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Gaels aiming for rebound season

According to men’s soccer coach Christian Hoefler, this year’s team is going to put on a show worth watching.Continue...

Kozak twins go varsity

While they didn’t plan to share a university, twins Quade and Kianna Kozak couldn’t resist the idea of becoming Queen’s Gaels.Continue...

Brant Stachel gains national recognition for work in Kingston

Most of Brant Stachel’s young coaching career has been spent in the shadows. The cross country team’s assistant coach has often found the time for others—but now, he’s finding it for himself.Continue...

Brett Gibson named to men’s U17 Canadian coaching staff

Many aspects of men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson’s life revolve around growth.Continue...

Rowers compete at under-23 worlds

While it felt like any other race, it definitely wasn’t for the three Queen’s rowers who showcased a summer of hard work on the international stage this past weekend.Continue...

Queen’s alumnus captains Canada

From Queen’s to the national stage, former Gaels men’s rugby player Lucas Rumball has taken his game to a new level since graduating in 2017.Continue...

Richardson stadium to host 2019 U18 Football Canada Cup

The recently revitalized Richardson Stadium will play host to next year’s U18 Football Canada Cup (FCC), Queen’s Athletics announced this past Friday.Continue...

Gage B. Foster remembered

On June 8, family, friends and teammates were delivered the tragic news of the passing of first year Queen’s student, Gage B. Foster.Continue...

Greenaway headed to France to pursue pro hockey career

Unlike many fellow graduating athletes this year, Darcy Greenaway isn’t letting the end of his university experience mark the final chapter of his hockey career.Continue...

Valley named Canadian senior women’s rugby team

After spending the past few years making contributions to the sport’s national landscape, women’s rugby head coach Dan Valley is once again reaping the rewards of his coaching success.Continue...

Athletes hit $40,000 in 2017-18

While Queen’s athletes were busy giving fans something to cheer about during the 2017-18 season, they were also giving back to the community.Continue...

Queen's alum sees Stanley Cup Final

When Doug Davidson signed with the Las Vegas Golden Knights last summer as the team’s first strength and conditioning coach, he had a number of expectations.Continue...

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