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Five straight wins for men's soccer

After three straight victories, men's soccer headed into the past weekend with confidence.Continue...

Heartbreak followed by blowout for women's soccer

This weekend marked the beginning of the second half of the women’s soccer team’s season.Continue...

McAuslan mentor to many

Wednesday morning’s football workout started at 8:00 a.m. sharp. The two stragglers who showed up less than 60 seconds late were given a stern look and 50 burpees by Colin McAuslan, Queen’s Athletics head strength and conditioning coach.Continue...

New adventures for defensive star

As the CFL season begins to wind down, one former Gael is prepping for the playoffs with a first-place team.Continue...

Galasso’s quest for change ongoing

Unsatisfied with the current condition of the athletics program, Queen’s first Director of Athletics, Pat Galasso, is pushing hard for change on campus.Continue...

Goalie duo stands out

At the heart of the men’s soccer team’s success this year is its strong goalkeeping tandem: fourth-year veteran Taylor Reynolds, and rookie Kyle Lanzinger.Continue...

Star talent behind bench

When women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg had to search for a new assistant coach this offseason, he turned to one of his own.Continue...

Men’s rugby runs down Warriors

Men’s rugby earned their second victory of the season without much trouble on Sunday afternoon in Waterloo.Continue...

Men’s soccer picks up six points on the road

Two weeks ago, men’s soccer played host to the U of T Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams, with a 3-0 thrashing and a 1-1 draw as the unhappy results. This weekend, the Gaels faced the Blues and Rams on the road in another double fixture, only this time with 2-1 and 4-1 victories.Continue...

Gaels take positives from loss

Though few coaches ever celebrate defeats, the football team may be reveling in the team’s performance against the Western Mustangs this past Saturday.Continue...

Women’s soccer on a roll in Toronto

It’s been a while since the women’s soccer team has been beaten for a goal.Continue...

Women’s rugby dominates on the road

In their first game on the road this year, the women’s rugby team reminded everyone why they’re one of the top teams in the country.Continue...

Rugby star facing new battles

Once an integral part of the women’s roster, Karley Heyman has been forced to the sideline.Continue...

Dream alive for ex-Gaels standout

When Liam Underwood stepped onto the Queen’s pitch six years ago as an 18-year-old rookie, he took the OUA by storm. This Saturday, he’ll step onto a pitch in Wales, suiting up for Canada at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.Continue...

Local talent stays home

It isn’t often that top-tier Canadian athletes stay at home to pursue their dreams, but Bridget Mulholland hopes to change the mold.Continue...

Familiar foes on road ahead

When discussing rivalries in the OUA, the conversation tends to lead to the Queen’s and Western football matchup.Continue...

Doggett trains with first-time pros

Missing out on his first week of university classes, men’s hockey forward Slater Doggett had a more legitimate excuse than most.Continue...

Late rally leads to single-point victory

Though it wasn’t an easy victory, women’s rugby had an emphatic 15-14 win over the defending OUA champion McMaster Marauders this past Sunday.Continue...

Andrews dominant in Gaels victory

After a shaky first half on the gridiron, the Gaels cruised to their second victory of the season, with a 47-24 win over the Waterloo Warriors on Saturday.Continue...

Men's soccer battles to victory

Over the past weekend, the Gaels made the short trip down to RMC, and returned with a 2-1 victory — their first win of the OUA season.Continue...

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