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Gaels rebound then relapse

Gaels down Blues but fall to Paladins over the weekend in Kingston.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Joren Zeeman of men's volleyball and Renée Tse of figure skating.Continue...

Winless weekend

Gaels slip-up against Lancers and take a straight set loss against the Mustangs.Continue...

Losing that feeling

Women’s basketball can’t bring an end to their losing streak last weekend.Continue...

Rapid recovery

The women’s hockey team rebounds from a tough loss to take a 6-1 win.Continue...

Gael flies south

Offensive lineman Matt O’Donnell heads to Florida for the Shrine Bowl.Continue...

Veteran presence

Strong play by Zeeman and Fautley give Queen’s four points.Continue...

Gaels not singing Blues

Queen’s pulls off win against the University of Toronto following a loss to the Ryerson Rams last weekend.Continue...

B.Ed Rocks BEWIC

B.Ed Rocks BEWICContinue...

Sports in brief

Pick-up hockey for a cause, O’Donnell to represent Queen’s in East-West Shrine Bowl and Medals for Queen’s Fencing team.Continue...

Athletes of the week

Jordan Mirwaldt of men's Hockey and Kelsey Thomson of women's hockey.Continue...

Mixed emotions in Gaels’ win-loss weekend

An unusually inconsistent men’s volleyball team went 1-1 at the ARC on the weekend. Queen’s suffered a shocking four set loss (22-25, 20-25, 30-28, 20-25) against the Waterloo Warriors on Saturday, but bounced back on Sunday with a sweep (25-18, 25-18, 25-20) of the Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

Strong start to winter season

Good effort led to great results for the Queen’s track and field team last weekend at the Super Saturday Series hosted by the University of Ottawa. The team brought home seven medals including three golds.Continue...

Queen’s climbing towards playoffs

Some familiar names topped the score sheets in the last week as the Gaels picked up two important wins over their OUA competitors. The action started with a tough 6-2 loss against the Ryerson Rams on Thursday but the team bounced back to take a 5-4 overtime win against the Toronto Varsity Blues the next day and a 4-2 win against the RMC Paladins on Tuesday night.Continue...

Ravens edge Gaels

The first home games of the year ended with defeat for the women’s basketball team. The Gaels played the Carleton Ravens on Friday and the Ottawa Gee Gees on Saturday. The Gaels fought a hard battle with the Ravens but were ultimately edged out, 64-62.Continue...

Queen’s Synchro

The Canadian University Synchronized Swimming League’s Eastern Canadian Divisional was hosted by Queen’s Synchro and the ARC this past weekend.Continue...

Digging 9-1 record

Gaels drop one set over the weekend.Continue...

Gaels take T.O.

Queen’s pots 12 goals in weekend games.Continue...

Queen’s can’t pull off upset

Queen’s can’t close against Carleton.Continue...

Athletes of the Week

Athletes of the Week.Continue...

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