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On the edge of glory

When Jessica Wakefield scored in overtime on Wednesday night, she gave Queen’s a heart-stopping flashback to three years ago.Continue...

Injuries derail push for playoffs

After struggling through an injury-plagued campaign, women’s volleyball capped the year off with an inspiring performance against the OUA’s top team.Continue...

Blood, sweat and fears

It’s Tuesday evening and my fight is on Saturday.Continue...

Strokes behind

While the school’s swimmers are improving, Queen’s is lengths behind the top programs in the nation.Continue...

Time of the season

Men’s hockey is looking to turn their fortunes around from a history of post-season heartbreak.Continue...

Backbone in the goal

They’re one of sports’ rarest contradictions: experienced rookies.Continue...

Blowout battles

The Gaels dropped decisions to the country’s top teams in their final homestand of the year.Continue...

Front of the pack

The Gaels are finally in first place in the OUA East.Continue...

Strong at the finish

The women’s volleyball team went out on a high note on Sunday to close off their season.Continue...

Two sweeps for post-season berth

Men’s volleyball punched their ticket to the playoffs by sweeping both their weekend matches.Continue...

Fourth-place finish

A third straight weekend split dropped women’s hockey to fourth in the OUA heading into the playoffs.Continue...

Rebound performance leads to upset

Fresh off its most disappointing loss of the season, men’s hockey earned its most satisfying victory of the year.Continue...

Captain on the court

Liz Boag wasn’t sure she had what it took to play at the university level.Continue...

Imbalance of power

The Gaels are 9-9 in men’s basketball’s OUA East, the toughest division in CIS sports.Continue...

Men's hockey shocked in 28th Carr-Harris Cup

In a game hyped for its fanfare and history, the men’s hockey team suffered a heartbreaking loss to the RMC Paladins.Continue...

Early elimination

Women’s volleyball won’t return to the OUA playoffs this season.Continue...

Still sixth by a hair

Men’s volleyball is on the inside track to the playoffs after a predictable weekend split.Continue...

First-round advantage assured

Despite again coming up short against a top-10 opponent, women’s hockey has clinched home-ice advantage for the first round of the OUA playoffs.Continue...

Big wins, close race

Men’s hockey picked up a critical four points over the weekend to pull themselves out of fourth place.Continue...

Two more wins, bye in sight

Women’s basketball fully returned to their winning ways, prevailing twice last weekend to extend their streak to three straight victories.Continue...

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