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Gaels’ golden rowers

Five members of Queen’s rowing team walked away from this weekend’s Rowing Canada National Rowing Championships with gold medals around their necks.Continue...

New gridiron stars shining for Gaels

Going into Saturday’s Homecoming football game against Western, much of the hype centred on the Gaels’ offence, and perhaps rightly so.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The women’s golf team won the Queen’s Invitational last weekend at the Loyalist Golf and Country Club, beating out teams from the University of Toronto, the University of Guelph and Carleton University.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Flanker Pat Richardson scored both of the men’s rugby team’s tries in its crucial road match against the Western Mustangs last weekend, including a last-second try that snatched a 12-12 draw out of the jaws of defeat.Continue...

A good sort of Homecoming

This week’s football clash between Queen’s and the Western Mustangs is not your typical Homecoming game, especially considering that the last five years of Homecoming games have not been overly impressive.Continue...

Men’s soccer drops three more points

or the men’s soccer team, a sub-par season only got worse Wednesday night.Continue...

Gaels clip Ravens’ wings

The women’s soccer team clung to a one-goal lead for 50 minutes to clinch victory against the Carleton Ravens Wednesday night.Continue...

Lacrosse doubles up on Carleton

Despite an ostensibly easy two-game schedule against the far weaker Carleton Ravens this weekend, Queen’s men’s lacrosse found themselves involved in two surprisingly difficult contests.Continue...

Queen's defeats Western in Homecoming battle

The fourth-ranked football team prevailed in a clash of CIS powerhouses on a rainy afternoon at Richardson Stadium Saturday, beating the No.2 Western Mustangs 43-16. The game wasn't as one-sided as the score indicated, though; Western put up 510 yards of net offence to Queen's 295 and collected 33 first downs to the Gaels' 18.Continue...

Soccer still slumping

After a poor showing on the road last weekend against the Nipissing Lakers and Laurentian Voyageurs, the men’s soccer team hoped to redeem themselves in this weekend’s homestand against the same teams.Continue...

Winning start for men’s hockey

The men’s hockey team got their season off on the right foot in a pair of exhibition games this weekend, beating the Royal Military College Paladins 4-3 in a shootout Friday and then defeating the Windsor Lancers 3-0 Saturday.Continue...

Women’s rugby ekes out a win

The Gaels pulled off a nail-biting 19-12 win against the visiting University of Toronto Varsity Blues Saturday afternoon, but the game won’t be remembered as a classic.Continue...

Gaels salvage late draw

The Gaels came from behind against the undefeated Western Mustangs Saturday, scoring on the final play to tie their first away game of the season 12-12.Continue...

Football holds up under pressure

Going into Saturday’s game against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, the football team had little to gain and everything to lose.Continue...

One step forward, one step back

The women’s soccer team had a roller-coaster weekend.Continue...

How do CIS and NCAA football stack up?

CIS football has a lot to recommend it.Continue...

Goodbye, Moose

One of the Gaels’ most famous alumni, Hal “Moose” McCarney, passed away Tuesday night at Kingston General Hospital from complications resulting from a broken leg.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Fourth-year defensive tackle Dee Sterling had an exceptional game on Saturday, helping the Gaels trample the Laurier Golden Hawks 41-7.Continue...

Miller time

About this time last week, recently graduated men’s volleyball setter Devon Miller was preparing to start a year without serious volleyball.Continue...

Men’s soccer beats rivals

The men’s soccer team hosted their crosstown rivals, the Royal Military College Paladins, at Richardson Stadium Wednesday evening.Continue...

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