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Weekend sports updates

A look at Gaels' competition over Thanksgiving weekendContinue...

Gaels to play for first against Brock

Friday’s game will pit the OUA East’s current number one and number two seeds, the Queen’s Gaels and the Brock Badgers, against each other for sole possession of first place in the division.Continue...

Women’s soccer loses and wins

The women’s soccer team’s weekend road trip was filled with ups and downs, but more predictable ones than they’ve seen before.Continue...

Sports in brief

The men’s volleyball team returned home from the Toronto Invitational tournament this weekend with an armful of hardware.Continue...

Gaels gutted by Gaiters

The men’s lacrosse team suffered a hard blow to their season Sunday after receiving a 19-5 shellacking at the hands of the Bishop’s University Gaiters.Continue...

Communication breakdown

The women’s lacrosse team went one for three this weekend and communication was the deciding factor in all three, coaches said.Continue...

Time for a sweep

It was a crucial rebound weekend for the men’s soccer team.Continue...

Gaels devour Lions

Saturday’s football game in Toronto against the York Lions was perhaps more notable for the records it shattered than for what happened on the gridiron.Continue...

Baseball out at home

The men’s baseball team came up just short in their weekend playoff series against the powerful Durham College Lords, winners of the last two Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association Ontario Conference championships.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Morgan Jarvis and Rares Crisan highlighted an exceptional event for Queen’s rowers at the National Rowing Championships in London, Ontario last weekend.Continue...

Women’s lacrosse picks up two wins

The women’s lacrosse team sustained its first loss of the season, going down 12-8 against the top-ranked Laurier Golden Hawks this past weekend, but made up for it with 13-12 and 12-6 victories over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and Guelph Gryphons, to keep the Gaels second in the OUA.Continue...

No wins, no problems

Despite over 24 hours on a bus and three losses, men’s hockey team captain Jon Lawrance said their trip to the Maritimes for some exhibition play was time well spent.Continue...

Sports in brief

The football team moved up to second spot in the weekly CIS Top 10 media poll Tuesday after their 43-16 win over the Western Mustangs Saturday.Continue...

Women’s rugby loses on road

The women’s rugby team travelled to Hamilton on Saturday to take on the McMaster Marauders, and though they scored the first try of the game, they gave up 31 points and the game, keeping them tied for second place in the OUA Russell Division.Continue...

Costs hold back interconference play

According to representatives from Canadian Interuniversity Sport and schools across the country, money is the only thing standing in the way of increased exhibition and regular-season interconference competition.Continue...

Racing into history

Jamie Holtom is looking to make history this weekend.Continue...

Where wolves fear to prey

View women's hockey photos.Continue...

Sports In Brief

Stephanie Reid, ArtSci ’04, won a bronze medal in track at the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing on September 9, beating out an American athlete in the 200m T44 final with a time of 28.85 seconds.Continue...

Gaels maraud McMaster

The men’s rugby team rode into Hamilton this weekend looking for a victory to put them into the lead of the OUA East Division, but faced a McMaster Marauders team who themselves needed a win to take top spot in the OUA West.Continue...

Gaels edge Varsity

The men’s lacrosse team overcame a deficit for an 8-7 overtime win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in their most bitterly contested game of the season on Sunday.Continue...

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