Football

Football hopes storybook ending to season continues in OUA quarter-final

When the football team was 0-4, Queen’s head coach Pat Sheahan told reporters his team still had a chance to write a story — and a pretty good one.Continue...

Football team shines on Homecoming

Queen’s football just can’t seem to take their foot off the gas pedal.

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Riding with a cause

Standing on the podium at the Hilton hotel in Quebec City in November of 2015, Curtis Carmichael seemed to have a pretty keen sense of where his future was headed.Continue...

Gaels weekend roundup

The Journal rounds up some of this weekend’s home and away games.Continue...

Family tradition draws new recruits to Gaels

When high-school graduates are picking their schools, they often look to their family’s alma mater. Whether it’s the family connection or familiarity, families are often drawn to the same schools.Continue...

From the darkness, finding light

Former football player Jesse Topley speaks on his struggles with mental healthContinue...

Jock Climie’s journey around the world to play football at Queen’s

“We showed up that day and it was a snowstorm and they wanted nothing more than to stop me.”Continue...

Gaels lose game, playoff spot on last-second conversion

With his team leading by a sole point in overtime, Queen’s defensive back Jason Shamatutu leapt in the path of a poorly-thrown football by Ottawa quarterback Derek Wendel on a two-point conversion attempt.Continue...

Homecoming through QJ’s lens

Just before noon on Homecoming Saturday, a crowd of students and alumni began to convene at Grant Hall in the uncharacteristically warm October sun. Pictured below, a young child points to the bands playing outside of the Grant Hall building.Continue...

Football team shines on Homecoming

While the seats in Richardson Stadium are brand new, Queen’s dominant play in front of the 8,000 tri-coloured spectators at Saturday’s game ensured they weren’t put to much use.Continue...

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