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Men's rugby victorious in home opener

Gaels win 40-0 over Brock to improve to 1-1.Continue...

Women's soccer faces little opposition

The women’s soccer team steamrolled RMC this past weekend with a 10-0 win.Continue...

Gaels grind out victory against visiting Warriors

The Gaels’ lack of discipline proved to be the team’s greatest challenge in their second game of the season.Continue...

New quarterback settles in

When Nate Hobbs was first recruited for the Queen’s football team, he was told he would be a critical player from the get-go.Continue...

Men's soccer battle through rough weekend games

Despite a bevy of early chances, men’s soccer picked up only one point and scored just one goal over two games this weekend.Continue...

Steep learning curves for first-time Gaels

The Gaels hosted and faced four tough matchups to kick off their 2015 pre-season.Continue...

Women's soccer cool down under heat

The women’s soccer team settled for a pair of draws this past weekend due to an inability to finish in front of goal.Continue...

Gaels dominated in national capital

The football team suffered a rough defeat in their first road game of the season.Continue...

Local station inks broadcasting deal

Queen’s Athletics has signed a multi-year partnership with local broadcasters AMG Media Group and Station 14 to offer live web streams of Gaels sporting events.Continue...

Trip to Spain for women’s basketball

The Gaels took their pre-season outside of Kingston, facing opposition from Barcelona, Spain.Continue...

Field hockey trip to New York

The women’s field hockey team went to the state of New York for a number of pre-season friendlies.Continue...

Gaels season opens with victory

Chris Mackey’s last-minute interception put the finishing touches on the Gaels’ 2015 season opener.Continue...

Queen’s professor kayaks to victory

While most professors spend their summers researching and relaxing, Dr. Bob Ross spent his on the unforgiving, subarctic Yukon River.Continue...

Queen’s double gold at Pan Ams

After a Pan Am Games that saw an exceptional performance by the Canadian team, the Queen’s community saw a pair of their own atop the podium.Continue...

Gael legend named to Order of Canada

While some remember James Rutka for his accomplishments on the football field, his life’s work as a pre-eminent neurosurgeon has led to his recent appointment as an Officer of the Order of Canada...Continue...

Rowing captain chosen for U-23 World Championship

Bulgaria isn’t usually considered a summer hot spot for university students. But for Larkin Davenport Huyer, it’s exactly where she wants to be.

The current Gaels rowing captain...Continue...

Men’s hockey stars at charity event

On a hot summer day in Kingston, members of Queen’s men’s hockey team found a way to give back to their community.Continue...

Varsity sports schedules released

With the schedules for all varsity sports now released, the Gaels are playing host to some of the top athletic schools in the country. Here’s some dates worth circling on your calendar for Queen’s biggest visitors of the fall athletic season.Continue...

Pettersen makes move to prime time

Kate Pettersen’s surname carries a significant weight in CFL circles, and she’s doing her best to carry on the family legacy.Continue...

Pianosi finds role with QMJHL’S Mooseheads

It’s a harsh but well-known truth that the CIS tends to be the end of the road for many hockey careers — but former Queen’s Gaels forward Alexi Pianosi is fighting to do things a little differently.Continue...

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