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Cycling named top club

Queen’s has a new top athletics club for the first time in three years, with cycling taking the highest honour at Monday night’s Club Awards banquet.Continue...

Community contributions

Three years removed from her final game, Liz Kench still maintains a Queen’s connection.Continue...

Rugby reigns supreme

Women’s rugby dominated the annual varsity team Colour Awards Tuesday night, snagging three of the six major awards.Continue...

Vote nullified

An unspecified infraction changed the outcome of Queen’s varsity team of the year vote.Continue...

Queen's announces lead stadium donor

Queen’s has locked down a lead football stadium donor.Continue...

Women lead way in winter

Ranking Queen's winter varsity teams.Continue...

Testing season

The road to the 2014 CFL draft will heat up this weekend for two top Gaels prospects.Continue...

Two and out

A pair of losses at the national championships couldn’t dampen the success women’s basketball achieved this year.Continue...

Stadium funds in the works

Queen’s could soon take a major step towards replacing Richardson Stadium.Continue...

There and back again

Caitlyn Lahonen was fed up with the NCAA.Continue...

Nationwide clash in Windsor

This weekend’s women’s basketball national championships will give Queen’s a chance for redemption.Continue...

Eastern supremacy

Queen’s was 0.4 seconds from a division title. After overtime, they won it anyway.Continue...

On-ice resurgence

It was their best season in decades, but this wasn’t how men’s hockey wanted it to end.Continue...

Capital calls Chapdelaine

Former Gael Justin Chapdelaine is on his way to the pros.Continue...

Repeat rebuked

Even after an off-season overhaul, women’s hockey came heartbreakingly close to defending their OUA title this season.Continue...

Distance duo leads national charge

They won national gold and bronze on an outdoor trail last fall. Now, Julie-Anne Staehli and Victoria Coates could reach similar heights indoors.Continue...

Dry spells prove costly

Battling injuries and long losing streaks, men’s volleyball was unable to recreate last year’s top-four finish and bowed out in the first round of the playoffs.Continue...

Progress on the court

Don’t let this year’s record fool you: the Gaels improved significantly from last season.Continue...

Title bout at home

Tomorrow night, women’s basketball will play in their first division final in over a decade.Continue...

Last gasp after milestone win

Riding high after a playoff series win, men’s hockey is now on the brink of elimination.Continue...

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