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Rugby record-holder

In four years, Lauren McEwen has gone from injured rookie to Queen’s highest-scoring women’s rugby player of all time.Continue...

All for a cause

If there’s a group of carolers on your doorstep this year, it might just be the cross country team.Continue...

Undefeated stretch brought to an end

Men’s rugby saw their 19-game winning streak snapped on Sunday against the McMaster Marauders.Continue...

Four-point weekend

A hard-fought draw on the road and an easy home win netted women’s soccer four points over the weekend.Continue...

Gaels surprised by subpar opponents

Men’s soccer fought hard but didn’t get the result they wanted, tying both their games.Continue...

Defensive dominance over Trent

In their first game back on Nixon Field in two weeks, women’s rugby reminded everyone why they’re one of the top teams in the country.Continue...

McMaster trip ends in defeat

Against an undefeated team that had beaten its previous three opponents by an average of 44 points, the winless Gaels came up just short.Continue...

Invisible Injuries

Steph Nanos had to give up sports in high school because of concussions.Continue...

Key road game

Losing to the McMaster Marauders tomorrow would drop Gaels football to their worst start since 2000.Continue...

Fifth-year duo guns for playoff run

With their young squad struggling through a winless stretch, Queen’s football has looked to a pair of veterans for leadership.Continue...

Gaels top Brock to remain undefeated

Men’s rugby stayed perfect in 2014 by gutting out a tight win on the road.Continue...

Blown lead prevents perfect road trip

Two goals in the dying minutes spoiled the Gaels’ weekend trip to Toronto.Continue...

Streak snapped on the road

A Toronto road trip handed men’s soccer their first two losses of the season.Continue...

Blues blown out

Women’s rugby bounced back on Saturday in record-setting fashion.Continue...

Football falls apart in Guelph

Queen’s football was on the wrong side of history in their 66-0 loss to Guelph on Saturday.Continue...

Must-win game

When Queen’s football faces a familiar foe on the road tomorrow, it’ll be with their playoff chances at stake.Continue...

The rich get richer

There’s a parity problem in OUA football and not much can be done about it.Continue...

Titles from new talent

While it may not be the most popular sport on campus, Queen’s fencing is fighting hard to show that it’s one of the university’s most successful.Continue...

Formidable frosh

Less than a month into his OUA career, Jacob Schroeter is the leading scorer for men’s soccer.Continue...

Commanding victory

For the second week in a row, men’s rugby dominated a team near the bottom of the standings.Continue...

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