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Saturday’s a rugby day for Gaels

Men's and women's rugby will play the biggest games of their seasons on Saturday.Continue...

Gentlemen’s gesture

What happens on the pitch, stays on the pitch.”Continue...

A strong base

Mike Wilton’s first encounter with the intensity of cheerleading came during his first-year tryout
for Queen’s.Continue...

First at Fort Henry

Queen’s was victorious at home on Saturday, winning the Queen’s Invitational at Fort Henry Hill to open the OUA cross country season.Continue...

Undefeated at halfway mark

A couple hundred loyal fans skipped a low-scoring football game to witness a women’s rugby scoring clinic.Continue...

Scoreless Sundays

The women’s soccer team has delivered similar results their last two weekends of play.Continue...

Defence dominates

Queen’s 45th all-time victory over Western was hardly a classic, but the Gaels managed to pass their first test of the 2012 season.Continue...

Scorching start cools Carleton

Gaels winger Nathan Klemencic celebrated with cartwheels, handsprings, and a flip after scoring in a 4-0 win over the second-place Carleton Ravens on Sunday.Continue...

Defence keys Gaels' victory

A tremendous effort from Queen’s defence led the Gaels to an 18-11 victory over Western on Saturday.Continue...

Evenly matched

A visual look at the Queen's-Western football programs in head-to-head historical comparisonsContinue...

Don’t press the panic button

The Queen’s Gaels women’s soccer squad is maintaining a cool demeanor, despite a rocky 2-1-1 start.Continue...

NFL campaign arrives at Queen’s

North America’s most prosperous sports league is on Queen’s campus for four days, but they’re not exactly out there.Continue...

Meeting the Mustangs

Queen’s and Western are separated by just one spot in the national football rankings. Tomorrow, they’ll face off at Richardson Stadium — and in doing so, set the tone for the 2012 season.Continue...

Total effort in Toronto

Rookie midfielder Tommy Hong’s first CIS goal helped the men’s soccer team extend their unbeaten streak, with a tie against the Ryerson Rams and a win over the Toronto Varsity Blues on the weekend.Continue...

Laurier blanked

With a balanced attack and suffocating defence, the men’s rugby team defeated the Laurier Golden Hawks 38-0 on Sunday.Continue...

White leads the way

An impressive individual scoring effort led the women’s rugby team to victory for the second straight game.Continue...

Varsity Blues stifle struggling attack

Offense has been hit-and-miss for the women’s soccer team during the first week of the season.Continue...

McPhee sets bar high

Billy McPhee enjoyed the best game of his CIS career in Queen’s 42-16 win over the Laurier Golden Hawks on Saturday night.Continue...

Hitting home

The baseball team is re-equipped after hitting rock bottom not long ago.Continue...

Sports in brief

Gaels signing overseas and the men's baseball team.Continue...

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