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Running back commits

Running back Stephen Trivieri will join the Queen’s football team in 2012, returning to Canada after spending his senior year of high school in the U.S.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Sports in brief.Continue...

Underwood to suit up for Canada

Queen’s is set to host a major international rugby competition next month. Team Canada and Team U.S.A. will face off in a men’s rugby test match at Richardson Stadium on June 9.Continue...

Fourth at Cornell

The sailing team won’t be heading to a prominent North American championship later this month.Continue...

Legendary coach calls for CIS improvement

Ken Shields knows what it takes to develop Canadian basketball players.Continue...

No plans for arena

The men’s and women’s hockey teams are still waiting for their arena.Continue...

Ontario finds winning strategy

The OUA is getting serious about winning. This season, the conference posted its best results so far this century, securing 12 of 21 Canadian Interuniversity Sport titles.Continue...

The Journal’s varsity year-end awards

MOST PREDICTABLE CHAMPIONSHIP

Women’s soccer

Coming off of a national championship last year, the women’s soccer team was the favourite going into...Continue...

Unique challenges for Atlantic schools

When the top-ranked University of New Brunswick men’s hockey team fell in the national tournament last weekend, it didn’t just end their quest for back-to-back titles. It also marked the first time since
2007-08 that the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference failed to win a national championship in any sport.Continue...

Lunchtime game nears fourth decade

In the middle of a pickup soccer game on Tuesday afternoon, a Queen’s student dropped to the turf to complete 10 pushups.
It’s part of a long-standing tradition that has seen students, faculty and staff, called the Nooners, meet for a friendly soccer match every weekday. The game started with a group of faculty and staff from the computing department and ITS in 1973.Continue...

Women's soccer dominates Colour Awards

The women’s soccer team headlined the 76th annual Colour Awards at the Ambassador Hotel on Wednesday night, earning two of the six major prizes.Continue...

Men’s fencing cleans up at club awards

About 320 athletes from 20 different varsity clubs gathered at the Ambassador Hotel on Tuesday night for the varsity clubs
portion of the 76th annual Colour Awards, but the men’s fencing
team picked up almost half
the accolades.Continue...

Coming out on the court

After Bryan Fautley quit the men’s volleyball team in April 2010, head coach Brenda Willis told his teammates why.Continue...

Women's volleyball leads power rankings

1. Women’s volleyball

The women’s volleyball team defied all expectations to win its first-ever Ontario championship this season.

After the Ottawa Gee-Gees ended...Continue...

High hopes

Men’s basketball head coach Stephan Barrie is shaking his roster up this summer.Continue...

Strong man on campus

Anti Wesley-James is stronger than every player on the football team. But he can’t find a permanent spot on any varsity roster.Continue...

Sports in brief

Football team signs two recruits

The Queen’s football team has announced two new recruits in the past month — Doug Corby from Burlington, Ont.’s Nelson High School...Continue...

Track captain ends career

After five seasons with the track and field team, co-captain Michael Nishiyama is hanging up
his sneakers.Continue...

No bounties in CIS, Queen’s coach says

Football coach Pat Sheahan remembers a time when there wasn’t a rule against tackling receivers who were about to catch a ball.
“You’d get these guys completely exposed, hit in the midsection,” he said. “It looked marvelous from the stands — a guy does a 360 and lands on his head — but how ethical was it?”Continue...

Local hockey team can’t draw students

On Jan. 27, over 100 loud and drunken Queen’s Sports Industry Conference delegates filled up a corner of the K-Rock Centre, cheering on the Ontario Hockey League’s Kingston Frontenacs and taunting the visiting Oshawa Generals.Continue...

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