Football

Football at the centre of an evolving tradition

This year's homecoming will look and feel very different from the first edition of the vaunted Queen’s tradition, held 90 years ago in 1926.

The size of the school, the number of people in...Continue...

Weekend road game roundup

After having most teams at home with the opening of the revitalized Richardson Stadium, football, men’s rugby and men’s soccer hit the road to battle through the OUA.Continue...

Turning trick shots into a scholarship

Across a running stream of water, over a bridge, and swiftly into a trunk isn’t detailing a fugitive’s tracks — it’s the improbable story of how Gaels’ football kicker Nick Liberatore put himself on the map and secured an athletic scholarship.Continue...

Football team picks up first win of the season

The Gaels picked up their first victory of the football season Saturday, with a 20-5 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Like father, like son

Richardson Stadium may have undergone a massive transformation over the past year, but Queen’s football assistant coach Ben D’Andrea is still unsure exactly how to feel about it.Continue...

Gaels fall to Mustangs in much-anticipated home opener

Early buzz at the revitalized Richardson Stadium was met by a disappointing output from the Gaels, and, much to the fans’ disliking, a fair bit of rain.Continue...

Doug Hargreaves remembered

July 5, 2016 was a tough day for the Queen’s football program.Continue...

Big challenge ahead of Richardson opener

In preparation for a football game that’s been a year in the making, head coach Pat Sheahan spoke positively of the football team’s upcoming game against the rival Western Mustangs taking place as the official grand opening of the newly revitalized Richardson Stadium.Continue...

Gaels football fall behind in OUA standings

After their first three games of the season against teams in the CIS top 10, one thing became clear for Queen’s football — there wasn’t time to get settled into the season.Continue...

Hobbs touches down in Montreal

Queen’s quarterback Nate Hobbs was just having a regular weekend when he received a cryptic text message from head coach Pat Sheahan, telling him he’d be heading to Quebec for the Montreal...Continue...

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