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Weekend win and draw

Queen’s kept pace with their biggest challenger in the OUA last weekend.Continue...

Three points at Trent

After a tough loss in their season opener, men's soccer is in the win column for the first time this year.Continue...

Rugby handles Hawks

Men’s rugby annihilated the Laurier Golden Hawks last weekend, thanks in large part to a key veteran.Continue...

Marauders downed at Nixon

Facing what will be their toughest test of the 2013 regular season, Queen’s took early control of the OUA East division.Continue...

Yates or bust

Gauging Queen's competition for the 2013 Yates Cup.Continue...

For varsity squads, the time is now

Previewing Queen's 2013 fall seasons.Continue...

Mac streak snapped

It wasn’t pretty, but Queen’s finally beat the defending Yates Cup champions — with massive help from their defence.Continue...

Soccer splits home openers

Gaels soccer won and lost Wednesday night at a West Campus doubleheader against the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Temporary seating arrives at Richardson

Richardson Stadium’s safety issues will be resolved in time for football season – at the cost of over a thousand lost seats.Continue...

The great outdoors?

The NHL is going back to its roots in aggressive fashion.Continue...

Sports in brief

Basketball recruits and Gaels competing internationally.Continue...

Revival on the pitch

In its second season of play, Kingston FC has enjoyed a complete reversal of fortunes.Continue...

Gridiron grads go to the pros

Former Queen’s players have made a name for themselves in pro football — especially in Saskatchewan.Continue...

Initiative donations dawdle

Athletics and Recreation isn’t worried that they’re still far from their goal for the University’s most recent fundraising campaign.Continue...

A town, a game, a legacy

Jay McClement is the poster boy for Kingston’s NHLers.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Women's hockey, men's hockey and men's soccer.Continue...

Tournament hits town

When Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! tournament comes to town, Kingston could be part of a world record.Continue...

Online font for hashtag savant

Just like his team, Chris Lund is pesky.Continue...

Striker goes national

Jackie Tessier nearly missed her chance to play for Canada.Continue...

The art of the hockey rebuild

Two OUA titles in three seasons have made recruiting a little easier for Matt Holmberg.Continue...

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