cross country

Sports in Brief

Men's rugby, cross country and volleyball.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Women's volleyball and cross country.Continue...

First at Fort Henry

Queen’s was victorious at home on Saturday, winning the Queen’s Invitational at Fort Henry Hill to open the OUA cross country season.Continue...

Fall teams look to improve across the board

The Journal examines each Gaels fall varsity team.Continue...

Women's soccer tops varsity power rankings

1. Women’s soccer

No one came close to the women’s soccer team this season.

The Gaels won their second consecutive national championship and lost only one game...Continue...

Gryphons take two gold

There weren’t any surprises at the national cross country championship in Quebec City last weekend — the Guelph Gryphons’ men’s and women’s teams took home gold medals for the sixth straight season.Continue...

Third and fifth in Ottawa

The men’s and women’s cross country teams are heading to nationals.

Both teams qualified for the race with top five finishes at the OUA championship in Ottawa on Saturday.Continue...

Learning experience at Lehigh

The cross country team faced more runners and different distances in American competition at Lehigh University’s Paul Short Run last weekend in Bethlehem, Pa.Continue...

LeBoeuf leads team in debut

The cross country team’s top recruit was the Gaels’ best runner at the Western Invitational in London on Saturday. Transfer student Maxime LeBoeuf led the men’s cross country team to a fourth-place finish in the 10-kilometre race with a time of 33 minutes and 10 seconds. The women’s team came in sixth in their five-kilometre run.Continue...

Rookie surprise

Head coach Steve Boyd said he was expecting big performances from his rookies this season, but Dave Cashin’s run at the Queen’s Invitational on Saturday still came as a surprise. Cashin was Queen’s fastest runner in the inaugural five-kilometre relay event.Continue...

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