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Queens of Queen’s: Part 3

Strategizing, recruiting, optimizing—a coach’s role is manifold. Another responsibility should be addressing the gender gap within sports.Continue...

Gaels CFL combine preview

The 2020 Canadian Football League combine season is almost underway, and there are five Gaels who will be getting evaluated by Canadian Football League (CFL) teams.Continue...

Women’s squash wins sixth straight provincial title, cementing dynasty status

The Queen’s women’s squash team has reached dynasty status.Continue...

Cross country team meets with Deane, new provost

On Monday, the Queen’s cross country team sat down with Principal Patrick Deane and the newly-instated provost Mark Green to discuss Steve Boyd’s firing .Continue...

Engineering vs. Commerce basketball game returns

A new tradition on Queen’s campus has taken the school by storm over the last couple of years, and on March 13, the Engineering vs. Commerce rivalry basketball game will return.Continue...

Anything I can do, you can do better

Although teammates value each other’s skills, sometimes they can get a bit envious. The Journal asked Queen’s student-athletes what skill they would steal from their teammates if they could.Continue...

Queen’s smashes Windsor, on to Final Four

In front of the largest home crowd of the season, the nationally-ranked No. 6 Queen’s men’s volleyball team took to the ARC for their quarterfinal match against the No. 10 Windsor Lancers on Saturday, Feb. 29.Continue...

Carcillo talks concussions

In 429 NHL games, Daniel Carcillo amassed 1,233 penalty minutes and got nicknamed the ‘Car Bomb’ for his play style—people remember that.Continue...

Gaels swept from playoffs by Patriotes

Following a sweep at the hands of the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres (UQTR) Patriotes, the 2019-20 Queen’s Gaels Men’s Hockey season has drawn to a close.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: February edition

Women’s squash dynasty continues unabated, women’s curling moves on to U SPORTS championship, and figure skating earns accolades at OUA Championships.Continue...

Wiercigroch guides Gaels

Three years ago, Julia Wiercigroch had a dream to take the Queen’s women’s volleyball program to new heights.Continue...

Gaels bounced in playoffs

Men’s basketball team eliminated in first round by Laurier; women can’t get by Rams to Critelli Cup semisContinue...

Thank you, Abes

Kevin Bailie, ArtSci ’16, Law ’19, writes a thank-you letter to his long-time friend, teammate, co-worker, and soon-to-be fellow alum, Spencer Abraham—an individual widely regarded as the best defenceman in Queen’s Varsity Hockey history. Continue...

Three Gaels runners medal at OUAs

This past weekend, the track and field team headed to the OUA Championship meet with high hopes, but without their Head Coach Steve Boyd.Continue...

Queen’s cross country team, threatening exodus over coach’s firing, demands answers

More than half of Queen’s cross country running team could quit if Steve Boyd, the recently-fired head coach, isn’t reinstated, The Journal has learned.Continue...

Queen’s playoff primer

Playoffs are around the corner for Queen’s winter sports teams, and for some of them they’re already here.Continue...

Palermo pushes the needle

The women’s volleyball team has been treading water since they won the OUA Championship in 2012.Continue...

Carr-Harris in pictures

On Thursday, Feb. 6, a record-setting 4,121 people packed the Leon’s Centre to watch the RMC Paladins and Queen’s Gaels duke it out for the 34th annual Carr-Harris Cup.Continue...

Gaels nearly double up Lakers

In their final regular season game at home, the women’s basketball team walloped Nipissing before saying a heartfelt thank you to the graduating players.Continue...

Gaels conclude home season with weekend split

The men’s basketball team split a pair of weekend games at home against the Laurentian Voyageurs and the Nipissing Lakers.Continue...

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