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Robbing opportunities

Examining the impact of budget cuts on women’s hockey in Canada.Continue...

Moving out West

Rugby teams will move to West campus for the 2011 season.Continue...

Strong showing for squash

The men’s squash team captured an OUA silver medal last weekend while the women just missed the podium by falling to fourth in a tiebreaker.Continue...

ARC hosts basketball clinic

The first annual Wheelchair Basketball Clinic and Tournament will take place at the ARC Saturday.Continue...

Mixed results at nationals

The Gaels came back empty-handed from the CIS Track and Field Championship in Sherbrooke even after solid performances from the veteran runners.Continue...

Recounting the best of 2010-11

With Queen’s Athletics, the Journal’s Lauri Kytömaa weighs in on the year’s top Gaels moments.Continue...

Bronze-lining for Gaels

The women’s hockey team brings the bronze medal home after defeating Laurier in the CIS Championship in Waterloo.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Gaels named to All-Star teams & Track and Field coach retiresContinue...

Lone Gael in Lakehead

Kellie Heney places sixth at CIS Championship.Continue...

Champs Czech-ed out of Turkey

The CIS champion curling team return from World University Games.Continue...

Banner in the bag, nationals next

Gaels advance to the CIS championship for the first time in Queen’s women’s hockey history.Continue...

Golden goal for Gaels

The first game of the OUA Finals series went to an historic six overtimes; the game which the Gaels won 2-1 is the longest game played in NCAA or CIS history.Continue...

Women’s hockey win gold in OUA Final

The Gaels finished off their thrilling OUA final series against the Guelph Gryphons Friday night with a 3-2 overtime victory after a sixth overtime period win in Guelph on Wednesday.Continue...

Athletes of the Week

Michael Nishiyama & Mel Dodd-MoherContinue...

Sports in Brief

Late night celebration, Queen’s wrestler competes at CIS Championships & Falling flatContinue...

Rams knock off Queen’s

Gaels lose to Ryerson in the quarterfinalsContinue...

End to title defence

Queen’s couldn’t overcome key injuries as they fell to McMaster.Continue...

Gaels on point at OUAs

Men’s fencing brings home OUA banner at championshipsContinue...

Women’s hockey advances to OUA finals

The women’s hockey team showed their flair for the dramatic last week as they swept the Laurier Golden Hawks in their best-of-three OUA semifinal, winning both games in double overtime by a score of 2-1. With the wins, the Gaels eliminated the seven-time defending OUA Champions and nationally ranked second Golden Hawks to advance to the OUA Championships against the Guelph Gryphons.Continue...

Gaels march through quarter-final

Despite the early departures of students for Reading Week, the ARC was still full of cheers and smiles as the men’s volleyball team kicked off their 2010-2011 playoff run with a solid showing. There would be no upsets at home as the third-seeded Gaels made short work of the number six Waterloo Warriors in three sets winning 25-23, 25-20, 25-17.Continue...

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