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Track team tramples the field

Last weekend, the Queen’s men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Canton, N.Y., to defend their titles at the St. Lawrence University Open Championships. Both the men’s and women’s
sides entered as defending champions, with the women as two-time champs.Continue...

Rookie goalie makes his mark

Queen’s men’s hockey starting goaltender Ryan Gibb isn’t your average rookie. In his first season of university hockey, the 21-year-old Gibb secured the starting spot and, by all accounts, is the main reason why the Gaels remain in the hunt for a playoff spot ...Continue...

The Journal's Athletes of the Week

The Queen’s track and field team’s stellar 14-medal performance at their first-ever Cornell meet last Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., was the setting for Danae Benjamin’s standout performance. She captured silver medals in both the triple jump and long jump events.Continue...

The Journal’s Fall Report Card for rugby and field hockey

The men’s rugby team had a promising regular season, finishing atop the OUA East division. Their strong play carried them through their quarterfinal match against Laurier, but they fell short in the semis against Western. Unfortunately, the Gaels never recovered from the loss, and dropped their bronze medal match to Brock, in similar fashion to last season. However, they can take solace in having a league high six OUA all stars.Continue...

Basketball rises in the rankings

Queen’s men’s basketball team started off their year right, winning both their home games last weekend. On Friday, the Gaels bested the York Lions 73-66 and then defeated the Laurentian Voyageurs 76-66 the following night.Continue...

Men’s volleyball goes south for holidays

With renewed vigour and a killer tan, the men’s volleyball team returned last week from and 11-day road trip. After Christmas, the team headed to Clearwater, Fla., for the Cay Clubs Men’s Volleyball Invitational where they went up against seven other teams, including two NCAA schools.Continue...

New athletic director to expand services

Leslie Dal Cin has been appointed the new chair of Athletics and Recreation by Queen’s Athletics, the first woman to hold this position since 1873. Dal Cin replaces John McFarlane, who retired last year, ending a 30-year career at Queen’s, the last 11 as chair of Athletics and Recreation.Continue...

Hockey keeps playoff hopes alive

The Carr-Harris Cup is an annual game between Queen’s and RMC to honour the Carr-Harris family.
The Gaels were riding high after last week’s 2-1 victory over the first-place University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Earlier in the season, U of T defeated Queen’s 8-2 at home.Continue...

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