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Vote for the Gael's best moment

Journal sports editor Andrew Bucholtz narrowed down the top 10 moments in Gaels sports for the 1008-09 school year. Cast your vote to pick which moment deserves to be number one.Continue...

Gaels prepare for the CFL draft

After strong showings at the CFL evaluation camp in Toronto earlier this month, five of Queen’s football players are hoping their names will be called at the 2009 CFL Draft on May 2.Continue...

Football offensive co-ordinator moves on

After successfully guiding Queen’s record-breaking offence to an 8-0 season and making the shortlist for the head coach position with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, Gaels’ offensive co-ordinator Warren Goldie has decided it’s time to leave football behind.Continue...

Athletes need better facilities all around

There is a great divide between Queen’s athletics and Queen’s academics.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Long sprinter Adrian Heller helped Queen’s to a fourth place finish in the men’s 4x400-metre relay at the CIS Track and Field Championships held at the University of Windsor Mar. 12 to 14.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men’s hockey goalie Brady Morrison was recognized by the OUA as the best in his position in the East conference this season, selected as the goaltender for the OUA East First Team All Stars.Continue...

Relay team barely misses podium

Gaels track stars Michael Prime, Gordon Frenke, Adrian Heller and Michael Nishiyama were less than half a second away from claiming a bronze medal in the 4x400-metre relay last weekend during the Canadian Interuniversity Sport track and field championships in Windsor.Continue...

Bagg rides again in Regina

After a successful season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL, former Queen’s football star Rob Bagg is ready for more.Continue...

Athletes of the week

It’s not often the opportunity arises to represent one’s country on the international stage, but that chance came in late February for second-year kinesiology student and cross-country skier Alexandre Dumond.Continue...

From Kingston to the desert

Former Queen’s goalie Ryan Gibb’s transition from hockey-mad Kingston to the desert of Rio Rancho, New Mexico might sound like a downgrade in venue, but the 23-year-old netminder has been stopping pucks in front of bigger audiences than ever.Continue...

Gaels come up short

The women’s hockey team rolled into Waterloo on Saturday night looking to shake off their 7-0 drumming from Thursday, tie their semi-final series against the second-ranked Laurier Golden Hawks and force a third game.Continue...

School versus sport

Jimmy Allin’s priorities haven’t changed.Continue...

Building better Gaels

If Queen’s athletes looked a little bigger on the fields and courts this year, Rodney Wilson deserves much of the credit.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Fifth-year basketball forward Rob Shaw wrapped up his Queen’s career in style Feb. 25 in the Gaels’ OUA quarterfinal match against the University of Toronto.Continue...

Sports in brief

At a special meeting on Sunday afternoon, AMS Assembly voted to put a motion to increase the annual Athletics and Recreation fee on the agenda for the AMS annual general meeting on March 16.Continue...

Athletes qualify for nationals

Queen’s returned home with two silver medals from last weekend’s OUA track and field championships at York University.Continue...

Women’s hockey hangs on

The women’s hockey team kept its season alive with a 4-2 road victory over the ninth-ranked University of Toronto Varsity Blues in the OUA quarterfinals Tuesday night.Continue...

Off the gridiron onto the court

While many fall sport athletes look forward to the rest that comes with the winter semester, there is no off-season for fifth-year athlete Scott Stinson.Continue...

Hockey comes through in the clutch

The women’s hockey team got itself out of a sticky situation last weekend, losing 3-0 to the Windsor Lancers Saturday then rebounding to beat the Western Mustangs 3-2 in London Sunday to secure themselves a seat in the OUA quarterfinals against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Athletes of the week

At last weekend’s McGill Last Chance Challenge in Montreal, Queen’s track and field team picked up ten medals.Continue...

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