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Female Athlete of the Week

Women’s hockey team assistant captain Becky Conroy started the new season off with a bang over Thanksgiving weekend. The forward notched three goals and five points in wins over the York Lions, ranked tenth in Canada, and the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Queen’s golfers played in cold and windy conditions on Tuesday in the McMaster Invitational. The women won their sixth team title this season with a team score of 235, 37 shots better than the second-place University of Western Ontario Mustangs.Continue...

Gaels book Trent rematch

The women’s rugby team sent the Brock Badgers home with their tails between their legs last Friday after a 23-10 win at Kingston Field, leaving the Gaels with a 4-1 regular season record, good enough for second in the Russell Division and tenth in the country.Continue...

Double loss for men’s volleyball

Queen’s campus was nearly deserted during the Thanksgiving holiday, but Bartlett Gym was alive with action as the men’s volleyball team hosted the McMaster Marauders and the Laval Rouge et Or.

On Friday night, the Gaels played the Marauders, ultimately losing a five-set thriller.Continue...

Football sweeps Warriors aside, prepares for Western

The top spot in the OUA is at stake tomorrow when the first-place Gaels will play the second-place Western Mustangs at Richardson Stadium. The first nationally-televised game of Queen’s season will be the Gaels’ resumption of the home-hero role after playing the visiting-villain to opposing crowds for two games on the road.Continue...

Women’s soccer second in OUA East

The women’s soccer team extended their winning streak to nine games after beating the Nipissing Lady Lakers 1-0 and the Laurentian Lady Vees 2-0 last weekend on the road. With clean sheets on Saturday and Sunday, goalkeepers Elena Corry and Chantal Marson haven’t allowed a goal in more than six games, a time of 594 consecutive minutes.Continue...

Gaels prevail in cold

Not even the horrible October weather could save the Guelph Gryphons last Friday.

The men’s rugby team left them in the dust with a 31-5 win at Kingston Field.Continue...

Male Athlete of the Week

Rower Morgan Jarvis could well be considered the perfect academic role model.

Jarvis started his rowing career in New Zealand before coming to Queen’s, where he completed an undergraduate degree in biology.Continue...

Female Athlete of the Week

Riding a seven-game winning streak, the women’s soccer team sits third in the OUA East, one point away from first. At the core of this success are the team’s two goalkeepers, Elena Corry and Chantel Marson, whose dominant performances feature four consecutive shutouts.Continue...

Golfers continue strong results

The women’s golf team enjoyed far greater success than their male counterparts last Monday at the Guelph Invitational. The women sustained their OUA dominance with another first-place finish, adding to their running tab of five gold medals. The men placed sixth overall.Continue...

Rowers bring home gold at Trent regatta

The reigning OUA champion men’s and women’s rowing teams continued their high-flying season Oct. 3 with a strong showing at the Head of Trent Regatta in Peterborough. The team amassed four gold medals and five silver medals with 16 of their 21 boats finishing at least fifth in their races.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Fullback Andrea Wadsworth led the women’s rugby team (3-1) to victory over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues this weekend in Toronto. Her two tries helped push Queen’s past the Blues by a score of 17-5, moving the Gaels to within one point of the McMaster Marauders for first place in the OUA Russell Division.Continue...

Thanksgiving weekend scores

Catch up with the Gaels' Thanksgiving gamesContinue...

Men’s soccer draws one, gets rained out of other

The men’s soccer team drew their only complete game this weekend, a 2-2 decision against the Ryerson Rams on Sunday at Richardson Stadium. The team also traveled to Peterborough the day before to face the Trent Excalibur, but the game was abandoned due to severe weather.Continue...

Gaels pick up wins against Quebec sides

The men’s basketball team notched two home wins this weekend over the Concordia Stingers and the Laval Rouge et Or, improving their pre-season record to a perfect 3-0.

On Friday, the Gaels overwhelmed the Stingers 73-57, led by forward Mitch Leger’s 16 points and 10 rebounds.Continue...

Women’s soccer wins to keeps hot streak alive

The women’s soccer team continued their hot streak this weekend as they defeated the Trent Excalibur 4-0 in Peterborough on Saturday before returning home on Sunday to shutout the Ryerson Rams 1-0.Continue...

Queen’s spoils Lakers’ hockey party in North Bay

The men’s hockey team played the role of villain on Friday.

The Gaels broke the spirits of almost 4,000 fans at the first-ever Nipissing Lakers home game with a 5-4 shootout victory.Continue...

Gaels win down south

Strong winds on Saturday made for a challenging football game.

The Queen’s team was as far south-west as they could go for an afternoon meeting with the University of Windsor Lancer. After a close first half, the Gaels prevailed 42-13.Continue...

Men’s rugby squeaks out win at Western to stay perfect

Last year, the men’s rugby team’s record at season’s end was 5-0-1, the lone tie a 12-12 draw at Western that extended their winless streak in London to seven years.

On Saturday, the Gaels finally chalked up a win in Mustangs territory, capping a 13-12 decision for sole possession of first place in the OUA and temporary bragging rights.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Rower Morgan Jarvis won gold on Sunday at Ottawa’s Head of the Rideau River regatta. Jarvis completed the lightweight single competition in a time of 19:35, beating the course record by more than 20 seconds.Continue...

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