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Rookies provide backbone

For the women’s rugby team, the sidelines are no place for a rookie.Continue...

Working for glory on home soil

Starting this weekend, the women’s rugby team are looking to write their names in the history books of Queen’s Athletics.Continue...

Emphatic win first step in playoff run

On a cold Wednesday afternoon, the men’s soccer team scored two goals 15 minutes into the game’s kickoff, granting them a spot in the OUA quarterfinals.Continue...

Lone goal enough to move on

Women’s soccer reached the OUA quarterfinals this Wednesday night following a dramatic overtime victory over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Gaels keep streak alive

Women’s hockey eked out an overtime victory in their second contest of the weekend to keep their hot start going.Continue...

Men's rugby rolls into final week

In front of a sizeable Homecoming crowd, men’s rugby eased to an 83-5 victory on Saturday over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Men's hockey and Women's volleyball were both on the road last weekend.Continue...

Gaels shown up on Homecoming

It’s hard to find something that went right for the Gaels in the 2015 Homecoming football contest.Continue...

Big show set up for season finale

With the first sellout game of the season set for the Homecoming football match-up against the Laurier Golden Hawks, fifth-year fullback Justin Gleben isn’t too caught up in the fanfare of the event.Continue...

Championship acting as springboard

After over a decade of falling short on the podium, the men’s ultimate team finally tasted glory, winning the Canadian University Ultimate Championship (CUUC) this past weekend.Continue...

Packed Weekend

For those who were unable to secure football tickets on Homecoming weekend, there are four Gaels’ teams in action at home on Saturday.Continue...

Defending home court

Coming off an OUA Final Four finish last season, women's basketball is doing their best to prove the ARC will be a tough court to play on this season.Continue...

Gaels survive scare to clinch playoff spot

Even though the Gaels clinched a spot in the OUA football playoffs with a 33-32 victory on Saturday, there wasn’t much excitement among the members of the team.Continue...

Late errors cause for dropped points

Women’s hockey came away with a victory in their second game of the weekend, but they’ll be kicking themselves for losing the night before.Continue...

First homestand results in split

Although men’s hockey salvaged a pair of points from their two-game homestand, head coach Brett Gibson isn’t satisfied with his team’s performance.Continue...

Women’s soccer extend unbeaten streak to six

Women’s soccer added to their undefeated streak over the weekend, which now stretches to six games.Continue...

Women’s rugby disposes of Lions

For the second year in a row, the women’s rugby team toppled the York Lions in the OUA quarterfinals to win 53-15.Continue...

Perfect road trip for men’s soccer

Men’s soccer faced off against the UOIT Ridgebacks and the Trent Excalibur on Friday and Sunday, ultimately repeating a pair of victories over these two teams from earlier in the season.Continue...

Tale of two halves

While a 60-20 victory over the Laurier Golden Hawks may seem like a blowout, it was clear to spectators that the Gaels took their foot off the gas pedal after leading 50-5 at halftime.Continue...

Cheerleaders making noise across country

Seen by most only on the sidelines of Richardson Stadium, Queen’s varsity cheerleading team has quietly risen to become one of the nation’s top cheer squads.Continue...

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