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Silver by a sliver

The 2012 campaign showed why Queen’s women’s soccer program continues to be a national powerhouse.Continue...

RMC sidelined

The OUA basketball season tipped off last weekend with just one Kingston team.Continue...

Queen’s crowned

It was a win men’s rugby captain Dan Moor had trouble putting into words.Continue...

Three-peat in sight

Everything fell into place for the women’s soccer team, at just the right time.Continue...

Dream season done

The men’s soccer team’s surprising season is finally over.Continue...

Rapid recovery

The women’s volleyball team had mixed results this past weekendContinue...

Home Sweep

Gaining match experience is still a priority for the rebuilding men’s volleyball team.Continue...

Moving forward

A look-ahead at the men's and women's basketball seasons.Continue...

Mustangs end streak

Queen’s eight-game winning streak was snapped on Sunday against the Western Mustangs.Continue...

Beaten in overtime

A controversial overtime loss on Saturday overshadowed Friday’s hard fought Gaels’ victory last weekend.Continue...

Fifth-place finish in Nova Scotia

It was a break-out year for women’s rugby, despite a disappointing grand finale.Continue...

Clash of the titans

Two men’s rugby heavyweights will duke it out for the OUA crown this Sunday at Nixon Field.Continue...

Yates dream dashed

Trailing by 22 points to start the fourth quarter last Saturday, Guelph fought back from the brink of elimination.Continue...

Final frontier

Gunning for a three-peat, the Gaels have secured their place in the national semifinal.Continue...

Can’t close in Guelph

Ten minutes away from returning to the Yates Cup, Queen’s suffered a devastating collapse they won’t forget.Continue...

Early shock at St.FX

The No. 1 St. Francis Xavier X-Women lived up to their hype, defeating the Queen’s Gaels 53-10 in the CIS Women’s Rugby Championship opener.Continue...

What’s in store for the Final Four?

Previewing the men's and women's soccer OUA Final Fours.Continue...

From agony to excellence

Stefanie Reid nearly lost her life after a debilitating accident at age 16.Continue...

Sports in Brief

A summary of Gaels action from the past weekendContinue...

Road sweep

WATERLOO — Right winger Brittany McHaffie was mobbed by her teammates after potting the overtime winner against the Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

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