Athletics

Fencing reigns again at varsity club showcase

Men’s fencing topped all Gaels club teams once again.Continue...

Soccer triple crowned

The women’s soccer team cleaned up again, collecting two of the six major prizes awarded at the 77th annual Colour Awards on Wednesday night.Continue...

Rifle club rejected

The Queen’s Rifle Team (QRT) is refunding membership fees this week after the AMS rescinded their club status six months after its inception.Continue...

Community over competition

For intramural athletes, forging strong bonds with teammates is often more important than winning.Continue...

Lunchtime game nears fourth decade

In the middle of a pickup soccer game on Tuesday afternoon, a Queen’s student dropped to the turf to complete 10 pushups.
It’s part of a long-standing tradition that has seen students, faculty and staff, called the Nooners, meet for a friendly soccer match every weekday. The game started with a group of faculty and staff from the computing department and ITS in 1973.Continue...

Organizers pleased with hosting debut

Queen’s Athletics had to turn fans away from the men’s volleyball team’s CIS semifinal on Saturday night. “We were sold out,” Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin said. “We haven’t ever had to turn people away from an event before.”Continue...

Home game drought

Since 2005, Queen’s Athletics has submitted a scheduling request for a home football game to coincide with Homecoming (or Fauxcoming) weekend. This year, they didn’t.Continue...

Barrie takes the reins

Stephan Barrie was hired as the new head coach of the men’s basketball team this week.Continue...

Winter teams leave their mark

The Journal’s Sports staff Kate Bascom and Lauri Kytömaa look back at the Gaels’ winter season.Continue...

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