Football

How CFL’s Gaels are approaching the season cancellation

The CFL season cancellation puts many players, especially those with a family to provide for, in a tough situation. A year without football means a year without guaranteed income, forcing many to explore different employment opportunities.

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Queen’s rookies remain driven despite COVID cancellations

Malcolm Shields faced a difficult decision on whether or not to attend Queen’s when all fall sports were cancelled in early June.Continue...

Football’s Cameron Lawson drafted by Montreal Allouettes

Just over a week ago, all of Cameron Lawson’s hard work paid off.Continue...

Gaels nearly shut out Lions on Homecoming weekend

Queen’s alumni were out in full force as the Gaels took a well-earned 23-2 win over the York Lions this Homecoming weekend.Continue...

Homecoming 2019

As alumni returned to campus this fall, past and present students showed their love for their school.Continue...

Arhen's actualization

The Ben Arhen who arrived at football training camp in 2016 isn’t very different from the Ben Arhen you see today, making highlight catches at every stadium across the province. He’s got the same speed, the same vibrant personality, and the same drive.Continue...

Snyder takes the reins

For a native of London, Ontario native, former Mustangs Offensive Coordinator and freshly-minted Gaels Head Coach Steve Snyder’s philosophy is distinctly Queen’s.Continue...

Football drops second straight to open season

For the eighth time in a row, Queen’s fell to the Mustangs. Their 40-23 loss drops the Gaels to 0-2 on the season, with a challenging matchup against Ottawa on the horizon.

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In conversation with Nate Hobbs

Nate Hobbs completed his fifth year at Queen’s this past spring and left the program as one of its best. He ends his tenure with the Gaels ranked second all-time in passing yards, third in passing touchdowns, second in completions, as well as holding the record for throwing the longest passing touchdown in Queen’s history—a 108-yard strike to Matteo del Brocco.Continue...

Gaels head to national, regional CFL Combines

For most graduating varsity athletes, this time of year is often spent preparing for life without their sport of choice. But for some, it’s spent preparing for a career as a professional athlete.Continue...

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