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Relay team barely misses gold at OUAs in Toronto

Matt Hulse’s gold medal in the men’s 1,500-metre highlighted a five-medal team performance by Gaels runners at the OUA Track and Field Championships in Toronto last weekend.

Hulse also won a silver medal in the 1,000-metre event—a race in which Michael Del Monte of the University of Toronto narrowly edged him out.Continue...

Men’s basketball end playoffs against Gee-Gees in Ottawa

The men’s basketball team closed out their playoff run last Friday after a 77-61 road loss to the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees in the OUA quarterfinal. The season-ending game for the Gaels sent the Gee-Gees into the OUA semifinal.Continue...

Queen’s grapples nationals

The wrestling team concluded their season at the OUA championships on Feb. 20 at the University of Western Ontario.

The only Gael to qualify for the CIS championships in Calgary this weekend was rookie Matt Di Staulo, who placed third in the 57-kg weight class.Continue...

Guelph guts Gaels’ golden goal

The women’s hockey team entered the playoffs comfortably, with a seventh-place national ranking, a second-place provincial seeding and a first-round bye.

The fourth-seeded Guelph Gryphons beat the University of Toronto Varsity Blues to meet the Gaels in the OUA quarterfinal.Continue...

Women's basketball feel the blues

The women’s basketball team fell short in OUA quarter-final action on Wednesday night, losing 62-54 to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, subsequently ending their season.Continue...

Men’s hockey sunk by Lakers in last regular season game

Despite two late third-period goals, the men’s hockey team couldn’t overcome a three-goal deficit and concluded their regular season with a 5-4 loss to the Nipissing Lakers on Saturday night at the Kingston Memorial Centre.Continue...

Men's hockey opens playoffs with road win

The men’s hockey team picked up a crucial first win Wednesday night in Ottawa, beating the fourth-place Carleton Ravens 4-3 in double overtime.Continue...

Ravens soar past Gaels to even series at one

The men’s hockey team were riding a 4-3 double-overtime win from Wednesday night into Friday’s game two against the Carleton Ravens at the Memorial Centre. The sweep wasn’t to be, though, as the Ravens beat the Gaels 4-1 on home ice to force a game three in Ottawa.Continue...

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Female Athlete of the Week

Last weekend the women’s squash team brought home the banner from the OUA Championships in Waterloo.Continue...

Male Athlete of the Week

Sabre fencer Scott Bowman had a big weekend with the fencing team at the OUA Championships in Ottawa. He helped lead the men’s team to bronze, helped the sabre team to silver and captured an individual gold in the men’s sabre event.Continue...

Gaels end season with loss

The women’s basketball team split two games last weekend at home. The third-placed Gaels were up against the fourth-place Ottawa Gee-Gees last Friday night and won 82-74. Post Erin Skippon lead the team with 19 points.Continue...

Gaels lose to Laurier

The women’s hockey team split a set of road games against the Laurier Golden Hawks and Waterloo Warriors last weekend.

On Saturday, the Gaels played a tightly-contested games against the undefeated Golden Hawks but came up short in the shootout, finishing on the losing end of a 4-3 decision.Continue...

Women squash Western at OUAs

The men’s and women’s squash teams traveled to Waterloo for the OUA championships last weekend, with the women’s team bringing home a gold medal and the men’s team coming home empty-handed.Continue...

Capital punishment at home for Gaels

The men’s basketball team fell to two nationally ranked teams at home this weekend.

The Gaels dropped to a .500 record after losing 72-59 to the sixth-ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees on Friday night at the ARC.Continue...

Gaels bring home bronze

The Queen’s fencing team returned from the OUA championships in Ottawa last weekend with a third-place finish in the overall men’s category and a fifth-place finish on the women’s side. The men were beaten by the host Carleton Ravens and the defending champion University of Toronto Blues. The Ravens also took the women’s banner.Continue...

Women's volleyball roars past Lions into semifinals

The women’s volleyball team hosted the defending OUA champion York Lions in the quarter-finals on Saturday, coming out on the winning end of a four-set decision.Continue...

Double-overtime heartbreak for men's hockey

The men’s hockey team finally got their power play going, but it wasn’t enough. The Carleton Ravens knocked the Gaels out of the OUA playoffs after a 3-2 double-overtime win in Ottawa on Sunday.Continue...

Men’s basketball sputters past Paladins

The men's basketball team played their final game of the regular season on Friday, beating the Royal Military College Paladins 80-73 at the ARC.Continue...

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