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Sports in brief

The women’s lacrosse team kick-started their regular season with a bang this weekend in Montreal.Continue...

Single point for soccer

It was a disappointing weekend for the men’s soccer team, who went into a long road trip with high expectations but earned only a single point from two games.Continue...

Aeros soar over Gaels Sunday

The women’s hockey team got off to a rough start Sunday, falling 7-1 to the Toronto Aeros of the Ontario Provincial Women’s Hockey League in an exhibition game at the Cataraqui Community Centre.Continue...

Lions lacking in courage

The women’s rugby team shut out the York Lions 31-0 at Kingston Field on Sunday afternoon, but head coach Beth Barz said she wasn’t impressed with the performance against a York team that only won one match last season.Continue...

Gaels vanquish Voyageurs

The women’s soccer team earned three points from their weekend trip with a 2-0 victory over the Laurentian Voyageurs Sunday in Sudbury.Continue...

Gaels taste revenge

On Saturday, the football team tasted revenge courtesy of the Laurier Golden Hawks, a team they hadn’t beaten in five years.Continue...

International match hardly friendly

After leaving Fleming College and the Trent Excalibur teams bruised and shaking, the University of Ulster at Coleraine ended its exhibition tour of Canada on Saturday with a 29-5 loss to the Queen’s Gaels at Kingston Field.Continue...

An ugly mark on a beautiful game

It was a punch to the gut for those who follow the beautiful game, but perhaps one we should have been expecting.Continue...

Gaels fall to Trent in regular-season opener

The women’s rugby team couldn’t maintain their preseason momentum into the regular season, falling 18-15 to the Trent Excalibur Wednesday in Peterborough. It was the Gaels’ first regular-season match.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Running back Mike Giffin ran all over the Guelph Gryphons last weekend at Guelph’s Alumni Stadium. He will be looking to build on his outstanding performance against Laurier this weekend.Continue...

Football prepares to face Golden Hawks

On the heels of their 41-30 triumph over the Guelph Gryphons last week, the men’s football team will face the Laurier Golden Hawks Saturday at 1 p.m. at Richardson Stadium. Laurier edged out a 15-13 victory over Guelph in their first game two weeks ago, but fell 31-20 to the Western Mustangs last week.Continue...

CIS media coverage could take off

As part of a plan to expand coverage of CIS sports, Canadian universities may soon be able to upload and share video footage of their games at thescore.com.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The men’s baseball team lost all four of their opening weekend games to the powerhouse Durham College Lords, last year’s Ontario champions in the Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association.Continue...

A win and a loss for women’s soccer

On Saturday at Richardson Stadium, the women’s soccer team overcame a ferocious defensive effort from the Trent Excalibur to claim a 2-0 victory in their home opener and move to 2-0 on the season.Continue...

Baptism by fire

This weekend was a baptism by fire for new Queen’s men’s soccer head coach Carlo Cannovan and his team, who opened their regular-season campaign Saturday at Richardson Stadium with a 2-1 victory over the Trent Excalibur.Continue...

Football defeats Guelph

Offence trumped defence in the football Gaels’ 41-30 victory over the Guelph Gryphons on Saturday. Queen’s overcame a tough offence, including Guelph’s star quarterback Justin Dunk, despite lacking what head coach Pat Sheahan considered adequate time to prepare his defence.Continue...

Gaels make Varsity blue

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s rugby team went all of last season without a single win, but the Gaels showed no sympathy for their situation, pounding them 86-3 in front of a rowdy and spirited crowd at Kingston Field on Saturday.Continue...

Sports in Brief

The women’s field hockey team hired Kingston native Angela Meggs to take the helm for the upcoming season. Following an illustrious high school career where she was named an alternate for Ontario’s U16 team, she went on to play for the University of Western Ontario for four years. At Western, she received an honours degree in Health Sciences.Continue...

Gaels beat NCAA school

The men’s basketball team tested its mettle against some American talent, contesting four preseason games last month against National Collegiate Athletic Association teams.Continue...

Women’s soccer starts strong with 2-0 win

The women’s soccer team began their regular-season campaign with a bang, notching a 2-0 road victory over the Royal Military College Paladins Wednesday night at RMC.Continue...

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