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Top-tier tournament

Women’s hockey will be facing stiff competition when they host the inaugural Queen’s Invitational tournament this weekend.Continue...

Gee-Gees grounded

Bad weather in the nation’s capital didn’t stop Queen’s from remaining undefeated this season.Continue...

Inching toward perfection

A second-half scoring explosion drove women’s rugby to victory on Friday.Continue...

Weekend split

Men’s soccer’s fortunes mirrored the weather this weekend at West Campus.Continue...

Lockdown defence snuffs RMC

Despite poor weather conditions, men’s rugby was able to extend their season-long shutout streak to three games – and set up a crucial showdown with a hated rival.Continue...

No wins at home

A lack of scoring ability doomed women’s soccer in their first weekend homestand.Continue...

Rally caps

In a sport slowly becoming an afterthought, Queen’s is looking to continue their newfound success.Continue...

New name, same dancers

Queen’s Pom is expanding their presence beyond the Richardson Stadium sideline.Continue...

From one field to another

Many former soccer players convert to football, but few turn to rugby. Gaels fourth-year lock Bronwyn Corrigan is a rare exception to the rule.Continue...

Finding strength in numbers

Men’s rugby rolls 173 players deep.Continue...

First at the Fort

Home-course advantage led the Gaels to victory in their first competition of the season.Continue...

Four goals, four points

Queen’s first doubleheader of 2013 produced their best showing of the young OUA season.Continue...

Leaving points on the road

Queen’s is still unbeaten this season ― but their latest road trip didn’t produce fully desired results.Continue...

Veterans spur comeback win

A surprisingly feisty York Lions team gave Queen’s a tougher-than-expected challenge this weekend.Continue...

Second straight shutout

The defending OUA champions rolled over their second opponent of the season on Sunday.Continue...

No chance for non-recruits

Walk on, give it your best effort and walk out.Continue...

Playing the long ball

After three seasons as men’s soccer captain, Joe Zupo has an opportunity to go pro.Continue...

Skill and will uphill

Steve Boyd hasn’t run competitively for Queen’s since 1987 — but he still gets plenty of exercise on race days.Continue...

Championships at the summit

Organizational depth has bred an unlikely dynasty at Queen’s.Continue...

Queen's tops Windsor, stays atop the OUA

A complete team win against a pesky opponent leaves Queen’s at 3-0 and tied for first in the OUA.Continue...

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