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Gaels fall hard against Ridgebacks

Last weekend Queen’s travelled to Oshawa to take on the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks, but despite 38 shots on goal they couldn’t put that puck in and dropped the decision 6-2.Continue...

Sports in brief

Queen’s fencing team finished third in the quest for the Royal Military College Cup at the RMC Invitational last weekend, behind only the University of Toronto and RMC.Continue...

Men’s volleyball picks up two wins

Toronto proved welcoming to the men’s volleyball team last weekend, as they picked up full points from their road matches against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams and only dropped one set in the process.Continue...

Men’s hockey earns split on road

The men’s hockey team had another set of mixed results on their road trip to Toronto last weekend, beating the Ryerson Rams 4-3 in a shootout Friday night but falling 2-0 to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Saturday.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Last weekend, winger Chris Barrett scored one try early and added two conversions in the men’s rugby team’s 19-8 playoff win over Western Saturday.Continue...

Women’s volleyball wins

The women’s volleyball squad left Toronto on the weekend with their first win of the season.Continue...

Excalibur cut down men’s lacrosse team

The 4-6 men’s lacrosse team watched their season come to an end on Sunday with a 10-3 playoff loss to the Trent Excalibur, who went undefeated this year with a 10-0 regular-season record.Continue...

‘Every game this year is going to be tough’

The women’s basketball team opened its 2008-09 season Friday with a trip down the road to visit the Royal Military College Paladins, a team that hasn’t won a game since entering OUA competition in 2003.Continue...

Football falls down

Fairy-tale endings can be quite unpleasant if you’re the giant, as the Queen’s football team found out Saturday at Richardson Stadium when the heavily favoured Gaels and their perfect football season were cut down by the Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Rugby runs over Western

For the ninth consecutive year, the men’s rugby team will be featured in an OUA medal game this coming weekend in Markham thanks to their 19-8 win over the Western Mustangs on Kingston Field Saturday.Continue...

Rowers second and third in Canada

The rowing teams traveled to Fort Langley, B.C. for the Canadian University Rowing Championships last weekend and came away with a second-place overall finish on the women’s side and a third-place finish on the men’s.Continue...

Sports in brief

The Queen’s sailing team competed in three regattas over the weekend.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Rower Rob Ballard had an exceptional weekend contributing to the team’s OUA championship in St. Catharines, winning gold in the single event before helping clinch the title with a gold in the lightweight eight boat.Continue...

Gaels can’t stop Brock

It was déjà vu for the women’s volleyball team on Saturday as they lost a close, five-set match to the Brock Badgers.Continue...

Hawks soar over Gaels

After two season-opening road trips, the Queen’s women’s hockey team made their home-ice debut last weekend and came away with a win and a loss.Continue...

Have the tables turned?

The last time Queen’s faced the Ottawa Gee-Gees in an OUA football semifinal was a rather different scenario than this Saturday will be.Continue...

Volleyball’s ups and downs

The men’s volleyball team had a tough opening weekend.Continue...

Cross country places sixth

Both the Queen’s men’s and women’s cross country teams earned sixth-place finishes at the OUA cross-country championships held at the Fort Henry Hill course on Oct. 28.Continue...

Hawks soar over Gaels

After two season-opening road trips, the Queen’s women’s hockey team made their home-ice debut last weekend and came away with a win and a loss.Continue...

Men’s hockey perform the splits again

The men’s hockey team split yet another two decisions this past weekend, losing 5-2 to the Carleton Ravens on Friday night but beating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 4-1 on Saturday night.Continue...

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