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Squandered chance for veteran men's volleyball squad

Men’s volleyball will be ruing their pair of losses at last weekend’s OUA Final Four in Hamilton.Continue...

Missing out on OUA Final Four

Women’s basketball’s season came to an end after the McMaster Marauders knocked Queen’s out of the second round of the playoffs by a 65-55 score.Continue...

Sailing their way to Rio

While many will spend their summer watching the 2016 Olympics on TV, three Queen’s students have the chance to represent their country in the Rio de Janeiro Games in Brazil this summer.Continue...

Gaels sink playoff hopes of Voyageurs

After dropping two games last weekend and playing the first round of the playoffs without a bye, Queen’s needed to set the tone in front of a packed crowd at the ARC.Continue...

Playoff drought ends with statement win

Men’s basketball were all smiles on Wednesday night after the Gaels notched their first playoff win in six years.Continue...

Men's volleyball drops OUA semifinal

While they overpowered the York Lions last week, men’s volleyball couldn’t seal the deal in the OUA semifinal on Thursday night in Hamilton.Continue...

Heartbreaker at the ARC

After a rolling layup with five seconds to spare edged Queen’s one point ahead of the Ryerson Rams, the Gaels looked all but in the clear.Continue...

Women’s basketball drop two spots in OUA standings on final weekend

Despite coming into the weekend with the third best record in the OUA, women’s basketball finished off the regular season with two defeats at home.Continue...

Men's volleyball moves on to OUA Final Four

In a match two years in the making, the men’s volleyball team finally knocked off their playoff rivals.Continue...

Women's hockey knocked out of playoffs

A third period comeback wasn’t in the cards for the women’s hockey team, as they bowed out of the post season on Friday night.Continue...

Zero to 100

Not many students get to go 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds. But if you go into McLaughlin Hall, turn right and go down the stairs, you’ll find a bewildering labyrinth of machinery, guarded by an authoritative sign that demands that all who enter wear safety glasses. Welcome to the fast lane.Continue...

Best of both worlds

It’s rare that an athlete takes on two varsity sports, but for the final year of her undergrad, Gill Pegg was up for the challenge.Continue...

Queen's Sports Mailbag

Journal Sports answers your questionsContinue...

Men's hockey exits early from playoffs

Men’s hockey saw an end to their promising season this past weekend, after they suffered a critical 4-3 loss to the UOIT Ridgebacks.Continue...

Gaels victorious over Lancers at NBA-All Star Weekend

Women’s basketball shone through with an impressive victory under the bright lights of the OUA Showcase event at the NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto.Continue...

Athletes get real about stereotypes

As Emily Hazlett sat at the back of the packed Duncan McArthur Hall last month, she couldn’t help but tear up.Continue...

A different kind of fatherly advice

Russ Holmberg isn’t an official assistant coach for Queen’s women’s hockey program, but that doesn’t prevent him from providing his opinions to the team.Continue...

Training for the top

Six sessions a week would seem like a busy enough off-season for most women’s rugby players, but two Gaels have added extra field time with hopes of stepping up their game.Continue...

Showcasing a nation in Texas

While Richardson Stadium undergoes construction, Queen’s receiver Chris Osei-Kusi has found another football field: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Continue...

Men's basketball picks up pair of victories on home court

Men’s basketball is back in the win column after two consecutive victories this past weekend.Continue...

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