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Third-period theatrics

Men’s hockey was seven seconds away from ending their regular season on a losing note.Continue...

Home-court hopes dashed

Men’s volleyball lost home-court advantage in the first round of OUA playoffs with mixed results this weekend.Continue...

Win and loss in season’s final home games

It was a tale of two performances for women’s hockey this weekend.Continue...

Gaels pummel Paladins in Carr-Harris Cup

The 29th edition of the Carr-Harris Cup looked like a mismatch heading in, and the result didn’t disappoint.Continue...

Crucial points at stake

When women’s hockey hosts the Laurier Golden Hawks tomorrow, memories of last year’s OUA finals won’t be on their mind.Continue...

Gaels’ sabre savant

Lily Jiang’s second OUA medal was a little bittersweet.Continue...

Eyes on the big show

Had it not been for his deteriorating eyesight, Michael Ling may have never gotten involved in
high-performance volleyball.Continue...

Redemption on the line in 29th Carr-Harris

When hockey’s oldest rivalry renews this year, one team will be looking to bolster their playoff position. The other is just looking for a win.Continue...

Sports in brief

Women’s fencing and squash snag OUA gold.Continue...

Back in the win column

A two-game winning streak doesn’t seem like much — but it’s been a while since men’s hockey has had one.Continue...

Home-court at stake after losses

Two road losses have left men’s volleyball fighting for a home playoff game going into the final weekend of regular season play.Continue...

Late-season loss

Despite being swept by the Ottawa Gee-Gees last Saturday, women’s volleyball still controls their own playoff destiny this weekend.Continue...

Wright ravages Western

Jenny Wright’s dominant Saturday powered women’s basketball past the Western Mustangs.Continue...

Miracle finish

Down as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter, men’s basketball mobbed Sukhpreet Singh after his game-winning buzzer beater.Continue...

Hockey In Brief

After a disappointing weekend at home, women’s hockey bounced back in a big way on the road.Continue...

Back to the beginning

Katrina Galas was part of the first, unofficial contingent of Queen’s Sports Industry Conference
(QSIC) delegates.Continue...

Win brings relief

Members of the men’s hockey team felt two separate emotions after beating the UOIT Ridgebacks Tuesday night.Continue...

Seeking a secure spot

Women’s volleyball will be looking to lock down a playoff spot when they take the court Saturday.Continue...

A change in the game

A keynote speech from Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos was merely the tip of the iceberg at this year’s Queen’s Sports Industry Conference (QSIC).Continue...

Perfect homestand

The Gaels are flying high after a pair of straight-set wins in their final home games of the season.Continue...

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