Club Sports

Fastpitch dethrones Western at OUS championship

For the past 11 years, Western Fastpitch has finished first in the Ontario University Softball Championship.Continue...

Women’s Lacrosse wins OUAs

Women’s Lacrosse finished their regular season undefeated and attended the OUA Championships in Toronto this weekend—they left hoisting the Patterson Cup.Continue...

Queen’s Baseball makes history by winning OUA Championship

Queen’s baseball met the University of Toronto for the OUA gold medal matchup on Saturday—the furthest the team has advanced in program history.Continue...

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Field Hockey pulls off a sneaky win

Queen’s Field Hockey faced off against the McMaster Marauders on Friday night at Tindall Field for their first game of the season.Continue...

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Men’s Ultimate Frisbee competed at the annual Steeltown Classic Tournament in Burlington on Sept. 24-25.Continue...

An ultimate start to the season

Women’s Ultimate Frisbee had their season debut this past weekend in Burlington at the Steeltown Classic. They competed against most of the western Ontario universities and placed second overall.

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Men’s Lacrosse opens with a loss to Trent

Queen’s met Trent on Miklas-McCarney Field last Sunday for their first game of the season. Heading into the game, the team was ready to give it their all.Continue...

Any Queen’s student can learn to ride a horse

All Queen’s students can learn to ride horses, and the Queen’s Equestrian Club is the place to start.Continue...

Queen’s Ultimate Frisbee athletes go international

Tyler Gunasekera, Thomas Oyhenart, and Taige Tomlinson are heading to Poland in August to compete at the World Junior Ultimate Championships.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...

Inside Haidong Gumdo, Queens’ sword-based martial arts club

When most people think of recreational clubs, they think of the staples: archery, gymnastics, eSports—maybe even Quidditch.

They rarely think of ancient forms of martial art.Continue...

Women’s football becomes ratified club at Queen’s, breaking new barrier

Members of the Queen’s women’s football team announced their ratification as a Recreation Club on Sept. 9.Continue...

Pawn among Queen’s

“People say it’s a game of kings […] You’re playing with the idea of making judgments, making sacrifices. And myself, I particularly prefer to just do weird things with it. It’s what I prefer."

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Queen’s wins bronze at curling championships

The disinfectant on the handles didn’t do anything to throw off Queen’s curlers, as the women came through in the clutch to snatch the U SPORTS bronze from McMaster.Continue...

Blair brings home U SPORTS bronze

For Queen’s runner Kara Blair, a fraction of a second won her a bronze medal at the 3000-metre U SPORTS track and field championship on March 6.Continue...

Women’s squash wins sixth straight provincial title, cementing dynasty status

The Queen’s women’s squash team has reached dynasty status.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: February edition

Women’s squash dynasty continues unabated, women’s curling moves on to U SPORTS championship, and figure skating earns accolades at OUA Championships.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: January edition

Women’s wrestling reaches new heights, women’s squash dominates, men’s squash looks solid, and swimming and fencing tune up for respective OUA Championships.Continue...

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