Dave Wilson

Women's basketball streak ended

Coming into the weekend with a five-game winning streak dating back to Nov. 21, women's basketball ended up falling short, unable to win either game on their trip to Ottawa.Continue...

Women’s basketball ram Ryerson, sing blues to U of T

Despite a controversial call at a pivotal time in Saturday’s game against the No. 2 Ryerson Rams, women's basketball came out victorious 80-74 for their second victory in as many nights.Continue...

Getting to know “Rebounding Rob”

While she’s been a staple on Queen’s basketball court for the past few seasons, people didn’t always believe Robyn Pearson would make it to the university level.Continue...

Wright reaches milestone

Fifth-year Jenny Wright hit the 1,000-point milestone for CIS basketball in the Gaels’ 64-61 victory over Laurier. “I honestly don’t know whether she was aware of it or not,” Head Coach Dave Wilson said. “I certainly wasn’t paying any attention to it, and Jenny wasn’t making any issue of it. She hasn’t said a thing about it, actually.”Continue...

First taste of defeat for women's basketball

After a hot start to the year, women’s basketball lost their first game of the season this weekend, putting their record at 4-1.Continue...

Northern success

Women’s basketball went on a northern Ontario road trip this past weekend, winning both Friday and Saturday’s games against Laurentian and Nipissing. These wins set the Gaels off to a good start...Continue...

Lions dropped on hardwood

Women’s basketball got the season off to a good start this past Saturday, beating the York Lions 64-47 in their home opener.Continue...

Reaching new heights

Last season, women’s basketball (11-8) made a run for the playoffs, but were knocked out in the Final Four by the Ryerson Rams, 69-60.Continue...

Defending home court

Coming off an OUA Final Four finish last season, women's basketball is doing their best to prove the ARC will be a tough court to play on this season.Continue...

Local talent stays home

It isn’t often that top-tier Canadian athletes stay at home to pursue their dreams, but Bridget Mulholland hopes to change the mold.Continue...

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