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Once a Viking, now a Gael

With his first major move as the new head coach of men’s basketball, Stephan Barrie will bring four new recruits to training camp in August.Continue...

Queen’s Baja team in top five

The Queen’s Baja racing team ended their 2011 season with a fifth place finish at a weekend in Peoria, Ill. last month. It’s the best result the Queen’s team has seen since a gold medal in 2008.Continue...

Sports in brief

Kingston Field to be renamed Nixon Field

Kingston Field is being redeveloped to open as Nixon Field in September 2012. The name change comes in recognition of a donation...Continue...

Summer league looks to expand

Queen’s intramurals is making some changes in order to attract more players over the summer.Continue...

Lineman in limbo

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have wrapped up their preseason schedule without former Gael Matt O’Donnell.Continue...

Quarterback question answered

For the second consecutive season, the Queen’s football team will have a new starting quarterback.Continue...

Coaching continuity vital to success of Gaels Athletics

Queen’s most recent national championship teams have a common denominator.Continue...

Former Gael switches focus

Lineman Matt O’Donnell was drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders last month and was scheduled to attend rookie training camp in Regina today. Instead, the 6’10" athlete flew to Boston for a tryout with the Celtics.Continue...

Ups and downs of staying in town

Varsity athletes who stay in Kingston for the summer could be at a disadvantage come training camp this August.Continue...

Sports in brief

Golfers to compete in championship

The men’s and women’s golf teams are set for the 2011 Canadian University/College Golf Championship at the Royal Ashburn Golf Club...Continue...

Succession plan to ensure future

With five players on the men’s volleyball team entering their final year this season, Gaels coaching is starting a succession plan.Continue...

O’Donnell rides west

For the second consecutive year, the Saskatchewan Roughriders chose a Queen’s player in the CFL entry draft.Continue...

Barrie takes the reins

Stephan Barrie was hired as the new head coach of the men’s basketball team this week.Continue...

Sailing team off to the Americas Trophy

Last weekend, the Queen’s Sailing team placed third at the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (MAISA) North Spring Qualifier hosted by Cornell University.Continue...

Hail the Gaels

The Journal highlights stand-out individuals from 2010-11Continue...

Off the couch, at the game

Appreciating live sports is important despite the improvement of the home entertainment experience.Continue...

Winter teams leave their mark

The Journal’s Sports staff Kate Bascom and Lauri Kytömaa look back at the Gaels’ winter season.Continue...

The somber side of sports

Countless Gaels athletes have been sent for rehab at the ARC after major injuries cut their seasons short.Continue...

Varsity clubs celebrate season

The Gaels club teams handed out awards to their top student-athletes.Continue...

Colouring Gaels golden

Achievements by varsity athletes were recognized Tuesday night at the 75th Colour Awards banquet and the women’s teams stood front and centre.Continue...

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