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Athletes of the Week

Matt Eriksen of Lacrosse and Sarah Pathak of Women's RugbyContinue...

Gaels shut down Marauders

Women’s rugby triumphs in tight one.Continue...

Bring on the ‘Stangs

Frustrated Gaels look to take out high-flying Western team on the weekend.Continue...

From Oil Thigh to Muay Thai

Queen’s alumni Mike Martelle said he always knew he wanted to be a professional MMA fighter.Continue...

Sports in brief

Gaels lose on Quebec road trip, men’s hockey dominates at York Invitational, women’s hockey splits games and Gael named OUA Offensive Player of the Week.Continue...

Successful six-point weekend for soccer

Gaels top Nipissing and Laurentian to pick up two wins on the most successful weekend of the season.Continue...

Women’s soccer tested but triumphant

After taking their first loss of the season against Ottawa last week, the Gaels entered the weekend with ambitions of a new winning streak. The home field action kicked off on Saturday against the Nipissing Lakers at Tindall Field.Continue...

Mustangs end Gaels’ dominance

Slow start leads to rugby’s first loss to the Western Mustangs since the 2006 OUA semifinals.Continue...

Gaels can’t close game in overtime

A forgettable beginning led to a potential upset for the Queen’s Gaels as they battled from a 14-point deficit to take the nationally ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees to overtime at Richardson Stadium on Saturday. The Gaels’ 27-25 loss came after the Gee-Gees completed a 30 yard field goal during the first possession of overtime. Their loss brings the Gaels to a 1-3 record and was their first loss in Kingston since 2007.Continue...

Humbled Gaels looking for an upset

Gaels football season on the line against nationally ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Gaels pull out Excalibur

Men’s soccer grabs last minute win of the weekend against the Trent ExcaliburContinue...

Tomahawks chop Wolverines

Team Canada’s 22-16 loss to Team USA took place at Richardson Stadium this weekend in the first international rugby match to take place in Canada in 10 years.Continue...

Gibson’s recipe begins to simmer

Although the offseason rust still lingers, this weekend’s two exhibition wins previewed a talented men’s hockey team. The Gaels only gave up two goals in their games against the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and the Royal Military College Paladins while putting up nine of their own.Continue...

Home-opener provides lacrosse first win

Gaels ride strong third quarter, tight defence to pick up first win of the season.Continue...

A win and a loss for Gaels

The women’s hockey team participated in exhibition games this weekend at the Cataraqui Community Centre, facing off against the Western Mustangs and the Concordia Stingers.Continue...

Guelph capitalizes on Queen’s blunders

After losing 21-15 to the Guelph Gryphons on Saturday, the Gaels enter two challenging matchups with a disappointing 1-2 record.Continue...

Women’s rugby rolls to solid win

Happy home opener for Gaels over LionsContinue...

Bitter sweet celebration

Women’s basketball falls to the McGill Martlets on CBC’s ‘Sports Day in Canada’Continue...

Sports in Brief

The women’s soccer team suffered their first loss of the season on Wednesday against the Ottawa Gee-Gees and the men’s baseball team was swept in both of its double headers over the weekend against Guelph and Brock.Continue...

Athletes of the Week

Pitcher Stephen McDonald’s heroics came in their game against the Brock Badgers when he held them to just two runs through six innings in the Gaels’ season-opening weekend.Continue...

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