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Women's hockey split opening weekend

After the Gaels dropped their first round playoff series to the Nipissing Lakers in two tightly contested games last season, the Gaels squared off in a rematch with their rivals on Homecoming Saturday.Continue...

Men's hockey disappointed with loss to Lakers

Brett Gibson is frustrated.Continue...

Final home game for senior Gaels sees defeat

Sunday afternoon was a game of finals for the Queen’s men’s soccer team. Playing at Richardson Stadium, it was the team’s final home game of their regular season and for the 12 senior Gaels on the team, it could have been the final home game of their careers.Continue...

Gaels down the Lions in OUA playoffs

The Gaels secured their spot in the 2016 OUA semi-finals against number two nationally ranked Guelph this weekend in a landslide victory against the York Lions.Continue...

Football at the centre of an evolving tradition

This year's homecoming will look and feel very different from the first edition of the vaunted Queen’s tradition, held 90 years ago in 1926.

The size of the school, the number of people in...Continue...

More than just another game

With five teams having already clinched playoff berths, a lone playoff spot is up for grabs over the OUA football regular season’s final two weekends.Continue...

Gaels battle hard on Thanksgiving weekend

This weekend, the men’s hockey team skipped the turkey and festivities for two hard-fought home games against the Carleton Ravens and the Ottawa Gee Gees, with mixed results.Continue...

Working towards the national championships

At the beginning of a new season, it’s almost become a formality for teams to force-feed the phrase “new season, new start” when asked about their approach to the season ahead. Not for Queen’s women’s hockey team.Continue...

Homecoming game predictions

Women’s Rugby 1 p.m. @ Nixon Field From a statistical stand point, Queen’s is dominant against everyone but McMaster and Guelph. In games against the other teams in the league — including York — Queen’s has dominated, scoring 215 points while only allowing 10 in three wins. Queen’s also has a mix of veteran and young talent. Veterans Nadia Popov and Miranda Seifert lead Queen’s with 42 and 40 points respectively, with the Gaels getting strong controlled play from second-years Sadie Stephenson and Kara Gani have controlled play. The balanced attack and strong defense will lead Queen’s to a decisive win.Continue...

Point-Counterpoint: Which Gaels team has impressed you most?

Men's Rugby

Sarah O'Flaherty - Assistant Sports Editor


The Gaels’ men’s rugby team is undoubtedly the best varsity team that Queen’s has...Continue...

Young team uses pre-season to learn

This weekend, the men’s volleyball team faced their first test of the season at home during the Queen’s Invitational men’s volleyball tournament in the ARC.

The tournament featured the top...Continue...

Saving Queen's, one last time

In simplest terms, to be a successful soccer team, the 11 players on the pitch must either score more goals than their opponents, or let in fewer on their own net.Continue...

A fresh outlook for a new season

Competing in two exhibition tournaments in the past two weeks, the women’s volleyball team might not have gotten the results they wanted on the scoreboard, but they’re picking up some valuable experience on the court.Continue...

Women’s soccer in tough against Ottawa opponents

On what was, hopefully, the women’s soccer team’s toughest weekend of the season, the Gaels picked up just one point from a possible six against their two Ottawa-based rivals.Continue...

Weekend road game roundup

After having most teams at home with the opening of the revitalized Richardson Stadium, football, men’s rugby and men’s soccer hit the road to battle through the OUA.Continue...

Gaels defeated by Gryphons at home

The women’s rugby team faced tough competition this weekend as they hosted the second-best in the country Guelph Gryphons, at home on Nixon Field. The highly contested match resulted in a 5-50 loss for the Gaels.Continue...

Saying goodbye to their second home

Leonard Coyle was paid 25 cents the first time he worked as a timekeeper for a Queen’s football game.Continue...

Turning trick shots into a scholarship

Across a running stream of water, over a bridge, and swiftly into a trunk isn’t detailing a fugitive’s tracks — it’s the improbable story of how Gaels’ football kicker Nick Liberatore put himself on the map and secured an athletic scholarship.Continue...

Abraham plays with the pros

After a successful second year, which included a CIS All-Star team selection, Gaels star defensemen Spencer Abraham received the call of a lifetime this summer.Continue...

Draw ends losing streak for men's soccer

After dropping their last three matches by a combined score of 12-2, Queen’s welcomed the last-place RMC Paladins to Miklas-McCarney field on Wednesday night.Continue...

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