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In it for the long haul

Dave Wilson just wrapped up his 30th season as the women’s basketball team’s head coach — quite an accomplishment, considering he almost didn’t last two seasons.Continue...

Thuggery taints football

Pro football is plagued by contradictions right now.
The recent New Orleans Saints bounty scandal shows that the sport really isn’t that different from boxing.Continue...

Four Queen’s players at CFL combine

Four Gaels attended the Canadian Football League’s evaluation camp at the University of Toronto last weekend.Continue...

Five-year career comes to a close

Men’s hockey coach Brett Gibson isn’t sure if he’ll ever be able to replace his departing captain. “It’s hard to comprehend not having Jon Lawrance [next season],” Gibson said. “He brought leadership, effort and skill that may not ever walk through the doors of Queen’s again.”Continue...

Gaels exceed expectations

Back in October, nobody thought the women’s volleyball team would become Ontario champions. After losing 10 players in the off-season, a 12-rookie team went 2-8 in preseason play. Before the opening game of the OUA regular season, head coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane said her team’s goal was simple: get better every game.Continue...

Organizers pleased with hosting debut

Queen’s Athletics had to turn fans away from the men’s volleyball team’s CIS semifinal on Saturday night. “We were sold out,” Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin said. “We haven’t ever had to turn people away from an event before.”Continue...

Alberta Pandas field hockey folds

The national field hockey community is rallying together to support the newly-defunct University of Alberta Pandas. On March 1, Alberta’s Athletics Director Ian Reade told the field hockey team that the administration would be cutting the 32-year-old program.Continue...

Running for gold

Five Queen’s track and field athletes are competing for national medals at the University of Manitoba
this weekend.Continue...

End of an era for men's volleyball

For Joren Zeeman, there’s no solace in a fourth-place finish. The men’s volleyball team is trying to come to terms with the outcome of last weekend’s CIS championship at the ARC — an event the Gaels had been anticipating for five years.Continue...

Spartans take national championship

Spartans drop first set, but claim the next three to win the CIS men's volleyball championship.Continue...

Queen's settles for fourth after losing bronze medal match

Manitoba Bisons beat Gaels 3-2 to claim bronze.Continue...

Trinity Western, Laval vie for national title

Finalists prepare for gold medal game at the ARCContinue...

Gaels to compete for first-ever national medal in third-place game against Manitoba

The men’s volleyball team is out of contention for a national gold medal after losing 3-0 to the Trinity Western Spartans in Saturday’s semifinal. But Queen’s can still win its first-ever CIS bronze medal against the Manitoba Bisons.Continue...

Straight-set loss dashes Queen's campaign for gold

The men’s volleyball team’s shot at a national championship ended on Saturday night when they fell to the first-seeded Trinity Western Spartans 3-0 in front of 1,994 fans at the ARC.Continue...

Laval to compete in national final after win over Manitoba

Quebec Player of the Year Karl De Grandpré — who only posted three first-set kills — put the team on his back, recording 25 kills en route to a 3-1 victory.Continue...

Home crowd troubles Golden Bears veteran

Queen's supporters were relentless with taunts towards Alberta's Taylor Hunt in Friday's national quarter-final.Continue...

Mustangs lose to Dinos in consolation semifinal

Less than 24 hours after losing a five-set heartbreaker to the Manitoba Bisons in a men’s volleyball national quarter-final, the Mustangs fell in straight sets to the Calgary Dinos in Saturday afternoon’s consolation semifinal.Continue...

Defending champs prepare for tonight's semifinal against Gaels

As defending national champions, the Trinity Western Spartans are favourites against Queen’s — but the Spartans' coach won’t admit it.Continue...

Trinity Western sweeps Dalhousie in predictable quarter-final

The top-ranked Trinity Western Spartans only needed 70 minutes to win their opening match of the national men’s volleyball tournament on Friday night.Continue...

Queen's records first quarter-final win at national championship

Gaels win CIS quarter-final over Alberta Golden Bears in front of record-setting crowd at the ARC.Continue...

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