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Women’s hockey winless

The women’s hockey team returned from last weekend’s road trip empty-handed, losing to the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and the Toronto...Continue...

Three-game losing streak

The men’s hockey team missed an opportunity to beat the McGill Redmen, the top-ranked team in the OUA East.Continue...

Gaels claim second straight national title

Women's soccer beats Montreal Carabins in penalty kicks to become first-ever Queen's women's team to win two consecutive CIS Championships.Continue...

Men's rugby loses provincial final

Western beats Queen's 21-15 in OUA finalContinue...

Women's soccer advances to national championship

Gaels beat the Ottawa Gee-Gees in penalty kicks to secure second consecutive appearance at national final.Continue...

Women win OUA gold

The women’s soccer team won the only prize that’s eluded them in the past two seasons. On Sunday, the Gaels beat the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks to win the OUA gold medal.Continue...

Six picks in loss

HAMILTON — The Gaels were outplayed by the McMaster Marauders in Hamilton on Saturday, falling 40-13 in the OUA semifinal. Constant turnovers and an inability to stop the Marauders’ offence snapped Queen’s seven-game win streak and ended their season.Continue...

Tip-off for Gaels

Examining the basketball teams this seasonContinue...

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Early losing streak

After a sour weekend in Southern Ontario, the men’s volleyball team is on an early-season losing streak.Continue...

Landmark in London

Head coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane couldn’t remember the last time women’s volleyball won at the University of Western Ontario.Continue...

Life on the road

When the Queen’s basketball teams open their seasons at the ARC tonight, their visitors will have travelled over 1,600 kilometres to get here.Continue...

Semifinal win was too much to ask

The football team’s problems were obvious in last Saturday’s 40-13 semifinal loss to the McMaster Marauders.Continue...

Gaels two wins from national gold

It’s been an eventful week for the women’s soccer team. Last weekend, the Gaels clinched their third-straight berth at the national tournament with a 3-0 OUA semifinal win over the McMaster Marauders on Saturday and then beat the Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks to win the OUA title on Sunday.Continue...

Tall task for rugby

If the men’s rugby team wants to win the OUA title in London tomorrow, it will have to stop Conor Trainor.Continue...

Season over for Gaels

The Gaels were outclassed by the McMaster Marauders on Saturday in Hamilton, losing 40-13 in the OUA semifinalContinue...

Mac comes back to Kingston

Last year, the men’s rugby team lost to the McMaster Marauders in the OUA semifinal and watched them win the OUA championship. The two teams will face off in this year’s OUA semifinal at Tindall field tomorrow.Continue...

A view from Hamilton

The Gaels team that will play the McMaster Marauders in this weekend’s OUA semifinal is a very different team from the one the Marauders beat on Sept. 5.
Since that 26-2 loss, the Gaels have gone from looking like an unorganized bunch to one of the hottest teams in Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
Unfortunately for Queen’s fans, the same could be said of
the Marauders.Continue...

Former pros play university sports

Hayley Wickenheiser spent three years overseas on
a highly-publicized stint in professional European
men’s leagues.
Now, she’s playing Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) hockey with the Calgary Dinos.Continue...

New league ignores local talent

I was really excited when I heard about a pro basketball league coming to Canada. When the news broke, I immediately thought about the possibility of Canadian players living out their dreams at home.
But when the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL) started its inaugural season on Oct. 29, there were only 15 Canadian players on
league rosters.Continue...

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