Soccer

Undefeated season ends with quarterfinal loss

The women’s soccer team had an unforgettable undefeated regular season, but the playoffs were another story. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated the Gaels 3-0 in the quarterfinals.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...

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...

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...

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...

Cecilia gets her Way with RMC

The Gaels were in complete control from the outset of their Saturday matchup against the RMC Paladins at Navy Bay.Continue...

Snakebitten Gaels finally break through

The men’s soccer team got into the win column on the back of a smooth strike from midfielder Nick Alie Day, beating the Trent Excalibur 1-0 on Sunday.Continue...

Queen’s men’s soccer looking for rebound

The Queen’s men’s soccer team has had a difficult start to the year, enduring close losses to difficult competition in the wake of important departures over the off-season.Continue...

Play-by-play: Men’s soccer takes on Ryerson

Sunny Saturday, August 31, in Richardson Stadium. The Gaels are opening up their season against the visiting Ryerson Rams, a perennial powerhouse in OUA men’s soccer.Continue...

Women’s Soccer starts season strong

The Women’s Soccer team’s weekend couldn’t have been better. They won their home opener, 2-1 against the Ryerson Rams on Aug. 31, before edging out the University of Toronto Blues 1-0 on Sunday.Continue...

Women's soccer bounced early in OUA Final Four

Two losses against the province’s top teams at the OUA Final Four left the women’s soccer team with a frustrating end to their 2018-19 season last weekend.Continue...

Women’s soccer moves to OUA Final Four

For the fourth straight season, the women’s soccer team (9-3-5) is headed to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

Men's soccer season ends in heartbreak

In a stunning upset, the Nipissing Lakers cut the men’s soccer team’s season, defeating them 1–0 in the first round of the OUA playoffs Wednesday night.Continue...

Wolever dominates in final season

When Jenny Wolever scored in the closing minutes against the UOIT Ridgebacks last Sunday to seal a 2-0 win, the Gaels breathed a collective sigh of relief.Continue...

Gaels sweep Toronto teams in weekend series

The women’s soccer team showed no signs of discouragement after last weekend’s loss, earning two convincing victories over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues (4-5-2) and Ryerson Rams (2-4-5) this past weekend.Continue...

Michael Chang posting career season

This year, Michael Chang has exploded onto the OUA soccer radar.Continue...

Women’s soccer loses, draws against talented Ottawa teams

Two hard-fought matches earned a well-deserved point for the women’s soccer team this weekend.Continue...

Men’s soccer continues strong form, split weekend games

While the men’s soccer team split their weekend games against Trent and Carleton, momentum remains on their side as they head into the second half of the season.Continue...

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