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Bisons best Western in close quarter-final

Queen's is the only Ontario team left in the national championship after Western loses quarter-final to University of Manitoba.Continue...

Up-to-the-minute championship results

Journal staff are updating games scores as they happen at the 2012 CIS men's volleyball championshipContinue...

Women's volleyball makes early exit at nationals

In their first-ever national championship appearance, Gaels lose to University of Alberta Pandas in first roundContinue...

Laval ousts Calgary in first game of national championships

The Laval Rouge et Or defeat the Calgary Dinos 3-1 in the opening game of the men’s volleyball national championship.Continue...

CIS Men's Volleyball Championship Photo Gallery

Photo from the 2012 CIS Men's Volleyball Championship.Continue...

Queen’s hosts volleyball nationals

Men’s volleyball coach Brenda Willis measures her career
in benchmarks. In 1987, she took over a team that hadn’t won a provincial title in 15 years and played its home games in the smallest gym at the now-defunct PEC.Continue...

Rough season for young team

With a new coach and a young roster, the men’s basketball team wasn’t expected to win many games this year. And that’s exactly what happened.Continue...

Middle of the pack

This season’s women’s basketball team looked poised for a long playoff run after three veteran players returned from
long-term injuries.Continue...

Injuries derail season

Men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tried to create a playoff contender, adding four key players over the summer to a roster that had lost virtually none of its parts from 2010-11.Continue...

Tournament part of Queen's long-term plans

The CIS men’s volleyball championship this weekend is part of Queen’s Athletics’ larger plan to become one of Canada’s leading athletics programs, according to Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin.Continue...

Tough opening game

Women’s volleyball coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane said her team won’t be intimidated when they play the four-time defending national champions this afternoon.Continue...

Ontario champs

With her team only one point away from victory during the fifth set of an OUA semifinal last Saturday, women’s volleyball captain Becky Billings called her teammates in for
a huddle.
Billings had just watched them blow a two-set lead to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. She said she brought the players together to make sure they wouldn’t lose focus again.Continue...

No title repeat

One year after a Cinderella playoff run that ended with an Ontario title and a national bronze medal, the women’s hockey team was upset in the first round of the
OUA playoffs.Continue...

Gaels win OUA championship

Despite being heavy underdogs, the men's volleyball team beats the Western Mustangs to win a provincial titleContinue...

Gaels win Ontario championship

Queen's men's volleyball beats Western to take OUA title.Continue...

Gaels swept from playoffs

The men’s hockey team was eliminated from the OUA playoffs on Friday night after losing 5-1 to the McGill Redmen at the Memorial Centre.Continue...

QTV settles webcast deal for national championship

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.Continue...

Webcast deal reached

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.Continue...

London in sight

Former Queen’s rower Rares Crisan works out three times a day at Rowing Canada’s national training centre in Victoria, B.C.
He starts at 7:30 a.m. He stops to eat breakfast two hours later, then he’s back on the water by 11 a.m. In the afternoon, he returns to the complex to lift weights.
“Your brain starts to slow down,” he said. “It’s harder to function and connect cognitive tasks because the energy just isn’t there and the fatigue is so compounding.
“You just try to not die until the
next morning.”Continue...

Women ready for playoff run

Women’s volleyball coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane got what she wanted — Queen’s will play the Brock Badgers in the first round of the OUA playoffs.Continue...

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