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OT comeback

Women’s basketball had to battle back to defeat a divisional foe last Friday.Continue...

On-ice woes

The men’s hockey team has found themselves at a crossroads with four games left in the regular season.Continue...

Inconsistent play nets split

Despite failing to play up to their potential, women’s hockey managed to come away with two points last weekend.Continue...

Senior send-off

Women’s volleyball’s senior players won the final regular season game they’ll play at the ARC.Continue...

Win sets them apart

Rookie Tanner Graham led men’s basketball to a crucial victory over the Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday.Continue...

Top-10 grudge match

If women’s hockey wants to even their score against the Guelph Gryphons, they’ll have to do it against one of the OUA’s top goaltenders.Continue...

Homegrown hustle

Jamie Wright wasn’t recruited to play Gaels volleyball, but he knew he wanted to attend Queen’s.Continue...

Richardson expected on time

While no shovels have hit the ground yet, the University is optimistic they’ll build the new Richardson Stadium without any negative impact on Gaels football.Continue...

Gaels streak past Lions

One dominant quarter extended women’s basketball’s winning streak to five games.Continue...

Post-season push stalled by York

Men’s basketball put further stress on their playoff hopes Saturday by dropping another winnable game.Continue...

Points from the point

A boost from the back end kept the Gaels in place as the OUA’s second-best women’s hockey team.Continue...

Cross-town victory

Women’s volleyball found themselves back in the win column last Friday.Continue...

Swept in straight sets

Men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis called a huddle after her team’s loss to the McMaster Marauders on Sunday.Continue...

Tough play pays off

It took a mix of likely and unlikely heroes to snap men’s hockey’s six-game losing skid.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's basketball player receives scholarship, squash and fencing prepare for provincial tournamentsContinue...

Turf move right call for Richardson

When the new Richardson Stadium opens in the fall of 2016, more than just its structure will change.Continue...

Kingston connection

At any level of sports, seven consecutive seasons is a long time to be teammates.Continue...

A lot more to the job

Gary Gilks understands the balancing act his players go through.Continue...

Poise powers straight-set victories

A York Lions player kicked a sideline chair in frustration midway through his team’s loss to men’s volleyball on Sunday.Continue...

Downward slide

It’s odd to see positivity from a team on a long losing streak, but that’s what you’ll find from men’s hockey.Continue...

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