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One yard short

Queen’s student Nick Green lost his shot at $1 million by one yard. The fifth-year Engineering student lost to 51-year-old Calgary IT consultant Greg Wilson in the Kick for a Million semifinals at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton
last Friday.Continue...

Puck drops for Gaels

Men's hockey

Last season, the Gaels finished fifth in the OUA East and were knocked out of the playoffs by the Nipissing Lakers in a two-game sweep. But this year’s...Continue...

Former hero hurts Gaels

A familiar foot was responsible for the women’s soccer team’s first loss of the season on Saturday. Former Gael Eilish McConville scored to seal a 1-0 win for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Win in Windsor

The football team extended its winning streak to four games with a 27-14 road win over the Windsor Lancers on Saturday night. The win moves the Gaels to a 4-2 record, pulling them into a three-way tie for third place in the OUA with the Lancers and the Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Road to nationals starts tomorrow

Tomorrow, the women’s rugby team will launch the campaign for a repeat of their 2010 appearance at the national championships. It starts with an OUA quarter-final match against the Trent Excalibur at Tindall field.Continue...

Laval's secret

The Laval Rouge et Or’s $5 million operating budget and superior recruiting model will be on display when their men’s and women’s volleyball teams visit Queen’s for exhibition games this weekend. Both teams have been to every national championship since 2005 and finished last season ranked first and fourth, respectively, in Canada.Continue...

Queen's kicker keeps converting

Dan Village wanted to be a soccer player. But when he broke his leg and was cut from his high school soccer team, Village pursued a football career that’s seen him break 14 Queen’s records. He became the Gaels all-time career field goal kicker during Saturday’s 13-6 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues with his 48th field goal.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men’s volleyball to host national preseason tournament, Women’s hockey wins season openerContinue...

Strong start for women

The women’s rowing team finished their first regatta of the season with a seven-medal performance last weekend.
The women’s lightweight and heavyweight eight-person boats earned first- and second-place finishes respectively, despite high winds in Peterborough at Head
of the Trent competition.Continue...

Second win against Ottawa

The women’s soccer team consolidated their lead in the OUA East division with a 3-2 away win over the second-place Ottawa Gee-Gees on Wednesday night. The Gaels improve to 9-0-1 while the Gee-Gees drop to 8-3-1.Continue...

Learning experience at Lehigh

The cross country team faced more runners and different distances in American competition at Lehigh University’s Paul Short Run last weekend in Bethlehem, Pa.Continue...

Home loss

Injuries kept seven starters out of the men’s soccer team’s 4-2 loss to the Carleton Ravens Saturday afternoon at Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Back on track

Inclement weather was the women’s soccer team’s toughest opponent in the Gaels’ 2-0 win over the Carleton Ravens at Richardson Stadium on Saturday.Continue...

Costly loss to Mac

A 5-3 loss to the McMaster Marauders at West Campus on Saturday means the previously-undefeated women’s rugby team has a near-impossible route to the national championships in November.Continue...

Loss in London

The men’s rugby team’s perfect season came to an end in London on Saturday with a 13-7 loss to the Western Mustangs in front of a Homecoming crowd. With the win, the Mustangs improve to 5-0 and stand alone at the top of the OUA standings.Continue...

Queen's student advances

Queen’s student Nick Green’s quest for $1 million is still alive. The fifth-year Engineering student advanced to the semifinals of the Kick for a Million challenge after defeating 56-year-old Brockville businessman Mike Tompkins at Toronto’s Rogers Centre.Continue...

Gaels grind out win

The football team escaped Toronto with a narrow 13-6 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday.Continue...

Football team edges Toronto

Gaels beat Varsity Blues 13-6 in TorontoContinue...

Rowers win regatta

The men’s rowing team won nine of 10 races at the Head of the Rideau regatta in Ottawa on Sunday.Continue...

Sports in brief

Women's soccer rebounds with big win, Men's soccer breezes past RMC.Continue...

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