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Gaels open post-season at home

Saturday’s OUA quarter-final will be the Gaels’ first playoff game against the Guelph Gryphons since the 2010 OUA final at McMaster two seasons ago. In that game, the men’s volleyball team overcame a four-point deficit in the fifth set to claim the OUA gold medal.Continue...

Webcast deal reached

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.Continue...

Gaels come up short

The men’s hockey team pushed the McGill Redmen to the limit on Wednesday night, but still fell 3-2 in Montreal.Continue...

Comeback falls apart in game one

The women’s hockey team’s comeback was foiled by a
third-period penalty shot on Wednesday night at the
Memorial Centre.Continue...

Fencing wins provincial title

The men’s fencing team won a dramatic second straight OUA title on Sunday, defeating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in an improvised sudden-death tiebreaker at
the ARC.Continue...

Gaels lose twice by a combined 65 points

The men’s basketball team lost by its biggest margin of the season in front of 250 fans at the ARC on Saturday night.Continue...

Losses at home

The women’s basketball team’s three-game win streak was stopped dead at the ARC this weekend.
The Gaels lost 83-46 to the first-place Ottawa Gee-Gees on Friday before falling 60-42 to the second-ranked Carleton Ravens on Saturday night. They never held the lead at any point over the weekend.Continue...

Back to winning ways

The women’s hockey team’s motto for the final weekend of the regular season was “finish strong.”
They did just that in Toronto, beating the Ryerson Rams 4-3 on Saturday and Toronto Varsity Blues 3-0 on Sunday to finish fourth in the OUA and earn home-ice advantage for a best-of-three
first-round playoff matchup against the York Lions that starts on Wednesday night.Continue...

Costly loss

The men’s hockey team made it into the OUA playoffs with a 6-4 loss to the Nipissing Lakers in their regular season finale on
Saturday night.Continue...

Silver for men's squash in Toronto

The men’s squash team earned its second- straight silver medal at the OUA championship in Toronto last weekend after falling to the
top-ranked Western Mustangs in the tournament final.Continue...

Recruitment in full flight

Pat Sheahan’s office at the ARC is covered with photos of different football players he’s coached in his 12 seasons at Queen’s.
Every year, 75 to 100 high school prospects visit that office before deciding whether to come to Queen’s. Only 25 to 30 of them will be at the football team’s training camp in August.Continue...

Playoffs in doubt

After last night’s 3-2 loss to the Ryerson Rams in Toronto, the men’s hockey team’s playoff hopes depend on the final game of the regular season.Continue...

Gaels start push for post-season

Ryan Golden thought the men’s basketball team was out of the OUA East playoff picture after losing 66-62 to the York Lions
last month.Continue...

Track team struggles after demotion

One of Queen’s oldest athletics programs has lost over half its members in the span of a year.
In September 2010, the track and field program was officially demoted to a Varsity Club. Since then, the team has shrunk from 91 athletes to 44, the coaching staff has dropped from four to two and the field portion of the program has been abolished.Continue...

Weekend shake-up

Matthew Holmberg held an emergency team meeting
on the weekend.
After the women’s hockey team lost 7-0 at home to the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks on Friday night, the head coach got his players together to discuss their new year slump.Continue...

Shut out on road

David Chubb is the newest addition to the men’s hockey team’s
injured list.Continue...

Guard keeps scoring

Brittany Moore keeps moving up the OUA all-time scoring chart.
The fifth-year guard drained a
three-pointer late in the third quarter on Saturday to climb to fourth on the OUA scoring list.Continue...

Gaels snap losing streak

The men’s basketball team broke a 25-game losing streak this weekend, beating the Royal Military College Paladins in both games of a home-and-home series. The Gaels won 84-43 at RMC on Friday night and followed up with a 72-41 win at the ARC on
Saturday night.Continue...

Ryan Sheahan to CFL

Former Queen’s football coach Ryan Sheahan starts a job with the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats today after signing a one-year deal to become the team’s running backs coach.Continue...

Gaels clinch third with two wins

When Joely Christian-Macfarlane became the women’s volleyball head coach in 2007, she made outside hitters Becky Billings and Natalie Gray her first two
official recruits.Continue...

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