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Sixty minutes

Queen’s is still searching for a consistent performance.Continue...

Goal magician and musician

Jackie Tessier almost hung up her cleats for good.Continue...

Coming together

Saturday’s men’s rugby fixture saw the official unveiling of two products: Nixon Field’s grand opening held prior to the game, and a complete Gaels lineup.Continue...

Four straight wins

It wasn’t pretty, but Queen’s came out with a 2-1 win.Continue...

Tough team to break

The men’s soccer team is back on top.Continue...

Party crashers

The women’s rugby team spoiled Trent University’s Homecoming last Friday night.Continue...

Breakdown averted

Queen’s nearly choked away a substantial lead, barely hanging on to beat the winless Ottawa
Gee-Gees 32-25 on Saturday.Continue...

Off the field

Queen’s women field hockey team has been suspended indefinitely for an off-field incident.Continue...

Finally beaten

The men’s soccer team lost their first game of the season and the top spot in the OUA East Division Wednesday night, falling 1-0 to the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Ravaging the Ravens

The Gaels rolled over the Carleton Ravens 4-0 in Ottawa, after fighting to a 0-0 draw with them in Kingston on Sept. 16.Continue...

Victims of a political rift

In light of the Ontario teachers’ salary bargaining dispute with the provincial government, student athletes have become victims.Continue...

Gaels strong at midway mark

What a difference a year makes.Continue...

Running on brooms

Thanks to the sport of quidditch, the Queen’s-Hogwarts comparison will reach an all-time high this November.Continue...

McEwen shines in vital victory

Queen’s won their most important game of the regular season in convincing fashion.Continue...

Confidence boost

Brutal weather conditions didn’t stop the country’s sixth-ranked women’s soccer team from putting up impressive numbers.Continue...

Western wins in final seconds

The men’s rugby home opener was a nail-biter, from opening kickoff to the bitter end.Continue...

Queen’s falters

Billy McPhee thinks Queen’s can do better.Continue...

Another clean weekend

Goalkeeper Dylan Maxwell extended his shutout streak to four games this weekend, keeping Queen’s undefeated season alive.Continue...

Fans turn to Frontenacs

The Kingston Frontenacs offered local hockey fans something to cheer about last Friday in a time of hardship.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Women's volleyball and cross country.Continue...

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