Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball falls to UofT in OUA Semifinals

The 2021-22 season has come to close for the Queen’s women’s volleyball team, but it was a battle that lasted until the very end.Continue...

Men’s Volleyball falls to Varsity Blues in OUA Playoffs Semifinals

The Queen’s Men’s Volleyball team lost in straight sets to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in the OUA playoff semi-finals Wednesday night.Continue...

Men’s Volleyball bests Nipissing in Second Round of OUA Playoffs

After a shaky start, the Queen’s Men’s Volleyball team rallied to beat the Nipissing Lakers 3-1 in the second round of the OUA Playoffs on Saturday.Continue...

Season Preview: Men’s & Women’s Volleyball

After nearly two years without competitive play, the Men’s and Women’s volleyball teams are making their return to the court.Continue...

Queen’s volleyball players selected for Volleyball Canada’s NextGen Women’s Program

Arielle Palermo, ArtSci ’23, and Hannah Duchesneau, ArtSci ’24, two outside hitters from Queen’s women’s volleyball, have been selected for the Women’s NextGen Program with Volleyball Canada.Continue...

Hutcheson and Siksna bringing experience back home from National Exellence Program

Two outside hitters from Queen’s men’s volleyball, Erik Siksna and Zac Hutcheson, have been training with the nation’s up-and-coming stars at Volleyball Canada’s National Excellence Program (NEP) in Gatineau, QC since the start of September.Continue...

Erik Siksna named U SPORTS Rookie of the Year

Erik Siksna has been playing volleyball since he was six years old, but it only took one year for the outside hitter to establish himself as a star at Queen’s.Continue...

Back-to-back: Forsyth Cup stays in Kingston

The men’s volleyball team has done it again, coming back from being down two sets to none to win the OUA Championship over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Queen’s smashes Windsor, on to Final Four

In front of the largest home crowd of the season, the nationally-ranked No. 6 Queen’s men’s volleyball team took to the ARC for their quarterfinal match against the No. 10 Windsor Lancers on Saturday, Feb. 29.Continue...

Wiercigroch guides Gaels

Three years ago, Julia Wiercigroch had a dream to take the Queen’s women’s volleyball program to new heights.Continue...

Palermo pushes the needle

The women’s volleyball team has been treading water since they won the OUA Championship in 2012.Continue...

Men’s volleyball preening before playoffs

In a measure of revenge, the Gaels sent both the York Lions and Nipissing Lakers packing without so much as a set win to show for their efforts.Continue...

Gaels dismantle Rams

Riding a six-game win streak, the Queen’s men’s volleyball team was on fire in a three-set sweep of the OUA East’s third seed, Ryerson.Continue...

Men’s volleyball keeps the good times rolling

The Queen’s men’s volleyball team kept their strong exhibition play going in the regular season with a straight-sets win over RMC.Continue...

Gaels sweep RSEQ leaders Laval

The winter break invigorated the men’s volleyball team, and consecutive weekend wins over a terrific Laval team have set the tone for 2020.Continue...

More than a player, Grossinger is a natural teammate

For Zane Grossinger, it’s always been about the team.Continue...

Men’s volleyball gets back on track

The Queen’s men’s volleyball team improved their record to 3 – 3 after coasting to an easy three set sweep against Trent University on Sunday, bringing them back to .500 for the second time in this early season.Continue...

Men's volleyball finishes fifth at U Sports Championships

With the taste of OUA gold lingering, men’s volleyball fell short of a podium finish at the U Sports National Championships last weekend.Continue...

Zac Hutcheson carves out his place among OUA’s best

Men’s volleyball player Zac Hutcheson’s had an amazing season—but it didn’t come without challenges.Continue...

Men's volleyball seeded sixth at U Sports Championships

Having secured gold at the OUA Championships, the men’s volleyball team is headed to nationals.Continue...

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