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Gaels net first win

Sunday’s season opener was both a confidence boost and chemistry-building session for the men’s soccer team.Continue...

Too much for Mac

Behind fullback David Worsley’s 18 points, the men’s rugby team defeated the McMaster Marauders 33-12 on their own turf.Continue...

Fall teams look to improve across the board

The Journal examines each Gaels fall varsity team.Continue...

Brock beatdown

The women’s rugby team scored early and often, winning their season opener against the Brock Badgers on Wednesday.Continue...

Gee-Gees stun champs

The women’s soccer team received an early wakeup call on Wednesday.Continue...

Open season in season opener

Queen’s secured a predictable victory on Monday, defeating the York Lions 48-13.Continue...

Football scores pre-season win

Rookie kicker Dillon Wamsley shone in his CIS debut, as the Queen’s Gaels defeated the McGill Redmen 23-9 on Sunday, in an exhibition game at Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Kingston FC reboots

Kingston FC began a new chapter midway through their debut season.Continue...

‘Focus like a laser beam’

Two male rowers are building the Queen’s rowing team’s Olympic pedigree.Continue...

Sergeant’s national ambition

Three years ago, Mattie Sergeant burst onto the Canadian gymnastics scene by winning a national championship.Continue...

Filling the void

Having lost nearly its entire core to graduation, the men’s volleyball team has brought in a strong
five-man recruiting class — one with a distinct international flavour.Continue...

Stamps in town

Canadian football fans were treated to a rare sight at Queen’s West Campus earlier in July.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Kingston FC women; Giovanni Aprile.Continue...

Canada tops US

Rugby Canada can add yet another Can-Am trophy title to its history books.Continue...

Potential market

Kingston’s not known as a basketball city, and that’s unlikely to change anytime soon.Continue...

Gaels seek edge

Men’s rowing captain Rami Maassarani is on the water at the Kingston Rowing Club seven days a week.Continue...

Western connection

It's no coincidence that the men's hockey program has a Western Canadian core.Continue...

From the field to the Bachelor

Former Gaels wide receiver Brad Smith has been chosen to star on the first season of The Bachelor Canada. While Smith’s career path is unconventional for a former CIS athlete, it’s not uncommon for Queen’s athletes to experience fame following their Gaels careers.Continue...

Kingston FC makes franchise debut

The Queen’s Gaels soccer team no longer plays at the highest level in Kingston. That title now lies with Kingston FC, which competes in the Canadian Soccer League against teams from across Ontario, as well as Montreal.Continue...

Aprile to the Blue Bombers

Just six years after playing his first football game, Gaels wide receiver Giovanni Aprile could be on his way to the pros.Continue...

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