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Continuing an Ontario dynasty

It’s been said that there are three guarantees in life: death, taxes and Queen’s having a place in the OUA men’s rugby final.Continue...

Three days in November

I’ve been to March Madness, NFL games and even one of this year’s Blue Jays playoff games. But my three days spent on the sidelines of Nixon Field for the women’s rugby national championship easily matched them in intensity.Continue...

Champions ousted

Though their national title dreams ran out in a CIS quarterfinal shootout, no one can say women’s soccer had an unexciting season.Continue...

Queen’s to host championship

Fresh off hosting the women’s rugby national championship, the CIS announced Queen’s as the host for the 2017 women’s hockey national championship.Continue...

Women's volleyball headed back to winning ways

After starting their season with three straight losses, the women’s volleyball team took to the road this weekend for their first taste of victory.Continue...

Salvaging points on road

While men’s hockey picked up a win and a loss against the UOIT Ridgebacks, they were less than satisfied with their overall performance.Continue...

Season started on positive note

Defence was the name of the game as the men’s basketball team locked down the York Lions to win 70-66 in the Gaels home opener.Continue...

Lions dropped on hardwood

Women’s basketball got the season off to a good start this past Saturday, beating the York Lions 64-47 in their home opener.Continue...

Bittersweet ending for women's rugby championship

On a day they could have made history on home turf, the women’s rugby team fell short in the CIS gold medal game.Continue...

Women’s rugby advance to national championship final

After breaking away in the second half of their semi-final match, the women’s rugby team is one win away from history.Continue...

McEwen leads incredible comeback

After earning a position in the CIS championship by hosting the tournament, many likely questioned Queen’s credentials. But after their 24-17 upset of the number one seed Acadia Axewomen, few will doubt their abilities.Continue...

CIS Women's Rugby Championship quarterfinal recaps

McMaster, Ottawa, Concordia victorious in CIS quarterfinalsContinue...

Bristol to Kingston

At the heart of another impressive season for men’s rugby is rookie flanker and placekicker Alex Colborne. Colborne, who grew up in Bristol, England, has played rugby since he was a child.Continue...

Sudden exit for men's soccer

After a season of ups and downs, men’s soccer has been eliminated from the OUA playoffs after their 1-0 defeat at the hands of the University of Toronto.Continue...

Reaching new heights

Last season, women’s basketball (11-8) made a run for the playoffs, but were knocked out in the Final Four by the Ryerson Rams, 69-60.Continue...

Women's soccer earns Final Four berth

The Queen’s women’s soccer team is returning to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

Rebound season

Men’s basketball returns to the court this Saturday as hosts to the York Lions in their home opener. After a disappointing 5-14 season where they finished last in the OUA East, the team looks to start the year off with a win against the Lions, the division’s runners-up last season.Continue...

A second chance after falling short

After starting the season on a high note with four straight wins, inconsistent play caused the Gaels to crash out of the OUA playoffs without a medal.Continue...

Live Feed: Women's Rugby National Championship

Follow along for coverage of the 2015 CIS Women's Rugby ChampionshipContinue...

Season ended by high-flying Ravens

“The Gaels dressed up as a bad football team for Halloween,” one onlooker said after the Queen’s football team lost to Carleton on Saturday.Continue...

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