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Home game drought

Since 2005, Queen’s Athletics has submitted a scheduling request for a home football game to coincide with Homecoming (or Fauxcoming) weekend. This year, they didn’t.Continue...

Sibling connection

Most students have heard the clichés about the family environment that exists within varsity teams at Queen’s. For the women’s rugby team, it’s the truth.Continue...

Rivalry renewed in Gananoque

The men’s hockey team will start their preseason Friday by resuming a 125-year-old rivalry with the Royal Military College Paladins. They’ll compete in the sixth annual Lou Jeffries Memorial game at the Lou Jeffries Gananoque Recreation Centre.Continue...

Team struggles to move forward

A Queen’s-imposed sanction means the men’s baseball team will play this season with only six returning players.Continue...

Shared wisdom

Former quarterback Danny Brannagan was back at Queen’s during training camp in August as a guest coach, where he worked closely with Gaels’ starter Billy McPhee.Continue...

Defence dulls Excalibur

With only three returning defenders from 2010, there was uncertainty surrounding the men’s soccer team’s defence. But the back line posted a second consecutive shutout in the Gaels’ 3-0 win over the Trent Excalibur at Richardson Stadium on Sunday. Peter Christidis, Mac Ojiaku and Nick Pateras scored for the Gaels.Continue...

Gaels blow out Blues

The men’s rugby team won their season opener with a dramatic margin, beating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 71-0 on Saturday at Tindall Field. 11 different players scored tries in the game.Continue...

Still no touch downs

The football team’s offensive drought continued in Ottawa on Saturday in a 19-6 loss to the Ottawa Gee-Gees. The Gaels’ six points came from a field goal, a safety and a touchback. After two games this season, the team hasn’t scored a touchdown.Continue...

Gaels finally overcome Ottawa

The women’s soccer team opened their first weekend at home in Richardson Staidum with a set of victories, beating the Ottawa
Gee-Gees 1-0 on Saturday and the Trent Excalibur 2-1 on Sunday.Continue...

Rugby wins with team effort

Six different players scored tries in the women’s rugby team’s 38-22 win over the Trent Excalibur on Saturday at Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Sports in brief

Former Gael Colleen Ogilvie joins Volleyball Canada's training program, and women's hockey coach Matt Holmberg gets a full-time position.Continue...

QB must step up

Billy McPhee has to perform better for the Gaels to win in Ottawa on Saturday.Continue...

Former Gael to stay in NFL

The Cincinnati Bengals are keeping Matt O’Donnell. The NFL team announced Sunday that the former Gaels lineman would join their practice squad for the upcoming season.Continue...

Goals galore for Gaels

Striker Jackie Tessier scored two goals in the first 45 minutes to put women up 2-0 at half time. In the second half, Riley Filion and Kelli Chamberlain added one goal each. Veteran goalkeeper Chantal Marson recorded the shutout for the Gaels.Continue...

Gaels upset Ravens

Men’s soccer opened their season with a 2-0 victory over the Carleton Ravens Wednesday in Ottawa. It was the team’s first win against Carleton since October 2009.Continue...

Queen’s Gaels fall varsity preview

The Journal’s sports editors examine the seven varsity teams that take the field this fall.Continue...

Gaels lose season opener

Football team falls to McMaster 26-2Continue...

O'Donnell signs with NFL team

Former Queen's football player Matt O'Donnell signs with the Cincinnati Bengals. O'Donnell was drafted by Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders in May, but he skipped the team's training camp to pursue other options.Continue...

Stadium still standing

Richardson Stadium turns 40 this year but facility improvements are still on hold due to financial limitations.Continue...

Volleyball voyages

Two members of the Queen’s volleyball program will represent Canada at an international competition in Shenzen, China next month.Continue...

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