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Callender’s late winner puts Gaels in Final Four

The women’s soccer team is heading back to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

Growing pains for women’s hockey team

Just six games into the season, the Queen’s women’s hockey team is still finding their groove.Continue...

Sumner wins gold in provincial cross country Championship

The 2016 regular season has been one to remember for Gaels’ cross country runners Claire Sumner and Julie-Anne Staehli.Continue...

Ming continues scoring streak

The men’s hockey team played back-to-back games in Kingston last weekend, on Friday against the Waterloo Warriors, and Saturday versus the Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

In Photos: Volleyball

This weekend, both the men’s and women’s volleyball team won 3-0 against the Trent Excalibur.

Men's Volleyball Markus Trence scored eight kills, one service ace and...Continue...

Gaels away from home recap

The women’s rugby team fell in a close bronze medal game on Saturday, Oct. 29 to the Western Mustangs 27-20 in London.Continue...

Women’s rowing takes silver medal in OUA championships

The women’s rowing team had a strong weekend at the OUA Championship Royal Canadian Henley Rowing Course in St. Catharines, locking in a silver medal.Continue...

Jock Climie’s journey around the world to play football at Queen’s

“We showed up that day and it was a snowstorm and they wanted nothing more than to stop me.”Continue...

Returning to the OUA with a new perspective

While Nadia Popov might be a rugby player with a Wikipedia page and a Pan-Am gold medal, she has midterms on her mind right now.Continue...

Gaels move on to quarter-finals with late winner

The Queens men’s soccer team hasn’t won an OUA championship since 1995, but as of 8 p.m. on Wednesday they’re one win closer to reliving a long awaited return to the top.Continue...

Goaltending key in Gaels win

After struggling early in the season, it seems the men’s hockey team has found their footing.Continue...

Golf teams finishes strong in OUA championships

Entering the season as 2015 OUA bronze medalists, both the men’s and women’s golf teams continued their rise to the upper echelon of the collegiate scene as they wrapped up their regular season with a great performance at the OUA Championship at the Ambassadors Golf Club in Windsor.Continue...

CIS becomes U Sports

After 15 years, Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) is getting a facelift.Continue...

Weekend road game roundup

Six teams hit the road this weekend to face off away from home.Continue...

Gaels lose game, playoff spot on last-second conversion

With his team leading by a sole point in overtime, Queen’s defensive back Jason Shamatutu leapt in the path of a poorly-thrown football by Ottawa quarterback Derek Wendel on a two-point conversion attempt.Continue...

Gaels on top at historic run

At typical races, Gaels’ cross country runner Claire Sumner sprints the last few-hundred meters to the six-kilometer mark, ending her race. At the Queen’s Invitational this past weekend, she held her pace with the front pack. With two additional kilometers to go, Sumner knew she could finish strong.Continue...

Camaraderie and community: A look at the Queen’s ultimate program

While most students were celebrating Homecoming this past weekend, the Queen’s Ultimate Frisbee program had their own reason to celebrate. Both the men’s and women’s ultimate teams were victorious at the Canadian University Ultimate Championship (CUUC) in Montreal.Continue...

High hopes for men’s basketball

After years of being in the basement of the OUA standings, last season the men’s basketball team put themselves on the map.

A second-round exit in the post-season, failed to highlight the...Continue...

A bright future ahead for women’s basketball

Last weekend, the Gaels’ woman’s basketball team showed that they have the potential to top the CIS this year.Continue...

Football team shines on Homecoming

While the seats in Richardson Stadium are brand new, Queen’s dominant play in front of the 8,000 tri-coloured spectators at Saturday’s game ensured they weren’t put to much use.Continue...

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