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Five straight wins to end season

After sweeping the Western Mustangs and the Windsor Lancers in straight sets at home this weekend, the men’s volleyball team hasn’t lost a set in five games.Continue...

QTV loses rights

Queen’s TV won’t get
rights to webcast Queen’s first national championship to be hosted at the ARC.Continue...

Sights set on Olympics

Isolda Penney stopped rowing in 1995. Halfway through her Queen’s undergraduate career, she got married and had a child. Over the next decade, she raised her son, finished her BA, tried starting a wedding cake company and had two more children.Continue...

Fifth straight title

Last night at the K-Rock Centre, 2,576 fans watched the men’s hockey team win its fifth straight Carr-Harris Cup 4-1 over the Royal Military College Paladins.Continue...

One last stand

The men’s volleyball coach has stopped waiting for her sidelined players to return.
Going into the last weekend of the regular season, the men’s volleyball team has ruled out two injured fifth-years, outside hitter Bryan Fautley and setter Dan Rosenbaum.Continue...

Top-scoring twins

Henrik and Daniel Sedin might be the hockey world’s top twins. But the women’s hockey team is pretty satisfied with Morgan and Brittany McHaffie.Continue...

Winter Adaptive Games take ARC by storm

Blair LaTour has competed in the annual Winter Adapted Games (WAG) for as long as his parents can remember.Continue...

Injury problems persist

The men’s hockey team can’t escape the injury bug.
Defenceman Rob Stellick suffered a concussion on Jan. 24 against the Carleton Ravens and missed this weekend’s games in Toronto. Without him, the Gaels beat the Ryerson Rams 2-1 on Friday, but fell to the Toronto Varsity Blues 1-0 on Saturday.Continue...

Gaels come close to two more wins

The men’s basketball team had its two best offensive performances of the season, but still lost twice in Toronto, falling to 0-16.Continue...

Hot streak

The men’s volleyball team extended its winning streak to 11 straight sets after a perfect weekend in Toronto. The Gaels beat the Ryerson Rams 3-0 on Saturday afternoon and defeated the Toronto Varsity Blues by the same score on Sunday.Continue...

Slump continues on road trip

Matthew Holmberg can’t figure it out.
The women’s hockey team suffered two road losses this weekend, falling 2-1 to the Western Mustangs on Saturday and 3-2 to the Windsor Lancers on Sunday. The Gaels have lost six of their eight games since the winter break.Continue...

Gaels top Gee-Gees in comeback win

The Ottawa Gee-Gees were only one set away from leaving Kingston with their fourth-straight win over the women’s volleyball team on Friday night.Continue...

Toronto trip snaps losing streak

Guard Liz Boag had a happy birthday on Saturday night, leading the women’s basketball team to a 75-72 win over the Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Eyes on March

It’s been a tough season for the men’s volleyball team, but coach Brenda Willis is quietly confident as she looks toward the CIS championship in March. The team went 3-4 in its first seven regular season games, but is 5-2 since then.Continue...

Second-place showdown

The women’s volleyball team ended last season with a loss against the Ottawa
Gee-Gees. They started this season the
same way.
But tonight at the ARC, the Gaels have a chance to extract some revenge on the team that ended their playoff hopes last season. A win at the ARC would see the Gaels overtake the Gee-Gees for second place in the OUA.Continue...

Sport conference kicks off

Canadian Football League executives are hoping Queen’s Commerce students can find ways to fill the seats at Toronto Argonauts games next season.Continue...

Goalie steps up in win over Ravens

Goalie Riley Whitlock switched masks and the men’s hockey team started winning — Tuesday’s 3-2 over the Carleton Ravens win in Ottawa was the Gaels’ fifth
of 2012.Continue...

Who's making the playoffs?

Women’s volleyball
With 12 rookies on the roster, the women’s volleyball team wasn’t supposed to be this good. But at 10-5, the Gaels are a legitimate OUA contender,...Continue...

Rookies beat RMC

The Gaels’ rookies were too much for the winless Royal Military College Paladins on Friday night.Continue...

Sports in brief

The women’s volleyball team had a triumphant road trip to Thunder Bay, winning back-to-back straight-set games over the Lakehead Thunderwolves this weekend.Continue...

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