Basketball

Holding court

It’s 4:40 p.m. on a Saturday and Justin Walsh has just arrived in Kingston.Continue...

Renaissance man and superfan

Geoff Smith calls his love for basketball an illness.Continue...

Professional options limited

Former Gaels are forced to take their talents overseas for professional exposure.Continue...

RMC sidelined

The OUA basketball season tipped off last weekend with just one Kingston team.Continue...

Previewing the 2018-19 NBA season

As the days get shorter, and school is filled with more midterms and assignments, it’s easy to be gloomy. However, this time of year gives reason to look up—it marks the NBA’s return.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 7

Women’s cross country was the big winner for Queen’s this weekend, running away with OUA team gold as sisters Brogan and Branna MacDougall finished first and second.Continue...

Shoveller brings home silver medal at Commonwealth Games

Success in the game of basketball is nothing new to recent Queen’s graduate and men’s basketball post Mike Shoveller.Continue...

Love and basketball on campus and abroad

For former Queen’s couple Lisa Minutillo and Greg Faulkner, basketball was always intrinsically tied to their relationship.Continue...

Varsity athletes reflect on five-year careers

Graduating Varsity players talk their five years at Queen'sContinue...

Queen’s professor research hits the hardwood

It’s often believed that to be a successful athlete, you need to specialize early. But for every Tiger Woods, there are more stories of young athletes who burn out too early, leaving sport completely.Continue...

Pages