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Varsity Clubs round-up: January edition

Women’s wrestling reaches new heights, women’s squash dominates, men’s squash looks solid, and swimming and fencing tune up for respective OUA Championships.Continue...

Back-to-back blowouts for women’s basketball team

Last weekend, the Gaels (11-7) played games on Friday and Saturday against Kitchener’s Waterloo Warriors and the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

Queens of Queen’s: Part 2

When the final whistle blows, the majority of graduating female student-athletes must come to terms with a harsh reality: the end of their elite athletic careers.Continue...

Meet Kara Blair, Queen’s most humble star

Kara Blair has made an incredible leap forward over the last year, and her individual accomplishments—highlighted by a fourth-place finish at this year’s nationals—helped push the top-ranked Queen’s cross-country team into championship territory.Continue...

Men’s basketball sweeps weekend

The Gaels defeated the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the Ryerson Rams in back-to-back games this weekend.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: November edition

Queen’s varsity clubs have continued to impress. Squash beat up on opponents in Montreal, women’s water polo had a strong showing in Ottawa, and artistic swimming looked solid at the McGill Invitational.Continue...

Late try secures championship for Gaels

The men’s rugby team won a hard-fought battle against the Guelph Gryphons to cap off an undefeated season in OUA play, securing Queen’s third consecutive provincial championship.Continue...

Queen’s Rowing finishes strong

In what was billed as a rebuilding season, the Gaels still managed to win multiple medals at the provincial and national championships over the past two weeks.Continue...

Gaels win home opener, road game

Over the weekend, the men’s basketball team won at home against the Guelph Gryphons and then on the road against the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks.Continue...

Gaels Golf struggle at Canadian Championships

It’s safe to say the Queen’s golf team that the Canadian University/College Golf Championships wasn’t their best outing. Although the Gaels had a strong finish at the 2016 event, as well as a promising qualifying finish at the 2016 OUA championship, neither the male or female team made the final round of the Canadian Championships.Continue...

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