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Frenzy at the front

The playoff picture hasn’t become any clearer for the women’s hockey team.Continue...

Another fatal fourth frame

A bad bounce in overtime damned the Gaels in their final regular season home game.Continue...

Homeland security

The Gaels have secured home-court advantage for their first-round playoff matchup.Continue...

RMC carved up at Carr-Harris

Queen’s triumphed last night in a matchup of the world’s oldest hockey rivals.Continue...

Post-season prognosis

Head coach Brett Gibson’s group has three games to boost confidence before playoffs.Continue...

A new, noble tradition

Men’s basketball alumni will be in town tomorrow to remember and celebrate the life of a fallen teammate.Continue...

Sports in Brief

A brief version of sports news around campus.Continue...

Room to improve

The Gaels finally met their match against the first-place Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Short-handed split

Queen’s played smart defence to earn a road win without two crucial scorers.Continue...

Another losing weekend

Head coach Dave Wilson wasn’t pleased with his team’s performance last weekend.Continue...

Engulfed in Guelph

Friday’s tilt in Guelph was a humbling experience for the women’s hockey team.Continue...

Playoff race picks up

The Gaels followed up an outstanding win with a costly loss on Saturday.Continue...

Paladins trap punchless Gaels

The Gaels’ bench sat in stunned silence as the RMC Paladins mobbed at centre ice.Continue...

The rapid rise of Kate McKenna

Kate McKenna, ArtSci ’09, has travelled around the world solo with a video camera.Continue...

High offensive upside

Katie Duncan has one last shot at championship glory, while Alisha Sealey’s making her debut.Continue...

Strength coach a boon for basketball

Nick Boon’s love for the game hasn’t faded.Continue...

Topped by top teams

The Ottawa Gee-Gees and the Carleton Ravens capitalized on the depleted, injury-ravaged Gaels over the weekend.Continue...

Outshined in Ottawa

The men’s basketball team hit a roadblock against the CIS first- and 10th-ranked teams.Continue...

Gaels rally on road

Mike Tomlinson and Jackson Dakin rallied the Gaels to a crucial comeback win against the Windsor Lancers.Continue...

Last-minute letdown leads to loss

The women’s hockey team felt a hiccup en route to first place in the OUA.Continue...

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