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Last ride for senior

With five years playing for the Gaels, forward Jessie de Boer is the most senior player on the women’s soccer team.Continue...

One win away from postseason

Coming off of an upset win against Guelph, Gaels head coach Pat Sheahan expects another solid game from his team this Saturday against York.Continue...

A fresh start on the court

After an early exit from last year’s post-season, men’s volleyball enters the 2015-16 season with a bitter taste in their mouths.Continue...

Varsity sports week in review

Hockey, soccer and women's rugby re-caps from the past week's actionContinue...

Lacrosse player drafted to pro ranks

It isn’t often that a text message becomes a life changer, but for men’s lacrosse player Ryan Wagner, he won’t soon forget the words that popped up on his phone on Sept. 27.Continue...

Reaching for perfection

When discussing current rivalries in OUA sport, the conversation tends to lead to the Queen’s and Guelph women’s rugby match-up.

Currently, both teams sit at the top of their divisions,...Continue...

Men's hockey looking to take next step

Heading into his second year with the men’s hockey program, defenceman Spencer Abraham has high hopes for the team. “I think we’re going to make a solid push to be one of those top three teams [in the OUA East Division],” he said.Continue...

Women's hockey title push begins

Coming off a first-round playoff loss last season to Laurier, women’s hockey can’t wait to get their new season started.Continue...

Upset victory at Richardson Stadium

Backed up against their own end zone, a stroke of magic resulted in the longest touchdown throw in the Gaels’ history.Continue...

Back to the drawing board for women's soccer

In what's been a reoccurring theme for the women's soccer team, an inability to finish in front of goal has left the team to settle for another pair of draws.Continue...

Defense key to women's rugby

In a rematch of last year's OUA quarterfinal, women's rugby surged defensively in the second half to topple the York Lions 41-7.Continue...

Streak snapped for men's soccer

After a seven-game winning streak, men's soccer finally found themselves in the losing column after falling 3-2 to Laurentian on Sunday.Continue...

Running away from the competition

In her three years at Queen’s, women’s rugby winger Emma Chown has gone from being a redshirted freshman to leading the OUA in try scores.Continue...

Engineer makes good on dream

While most consider an Engineering degree one of the safest bets for securing a job after graduation, few, if any, are taking the route of 2015 grad Dalton Kellett.Continue...

Shot at redemption

Queen’s football head coach Pat Sheahan didn’t mince his words when he spoke about his team’s performance last year against the Guelph Gryphons.Continue...

Wilkie adds another win

A standout since his first season in the OUA, Queen’s third-year runner Alex Wilkie had the privilege of standing at the top of the podium this past Saturday at the Western Invitational.Continue...

Road trips bond Gaels

Women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg has seen his fair share of successes in his time at Queen’s, winning two OUA titles in six seasons. But before the regular season begins, Holmberg’s players take an annual trip to build team chemistry on and off the ice.Continue...

Strong second half leads to men's rugby victory

After an unlikely 14-12 RMC lead at halftime, men’s rugby came through in the end with a 33-19 victory.Continue...

Brothers face-off in football family reunion

For what was the best offensive performance of his OUA career, Gaels quarterback Nate Hobbs certainly had reason to brag a little to his family.Continue...

Women's rugby shines against Varsity Blues

On a chilly Saturday night under the lights, the women’s rugby team offence ignited to stay undefeated.Continue...

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