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The Journal’s varsity year-end awards

MOST PREDICTABLE CHAMPIONSHIP

Women’s soccer

Coming off of a national championship last year, the women’s soccer team was the favourite going into...Continue...

Gaels to compete for first-ever national medal in third-place game against Manitoba

The men’s volleyball team is out of contention for a national gold medal after losing 3-0 to the Trinity Western Spartans in Saturday’s semifinal. But Queen’s can still win its first-ever CIS bronze medal against the Manitoba Bisons.Continue...

Queen's records first quarter-final win at national championship

Gaels win CIS quarter-final over Alberta Golden Bears in front of record-setting crowd at the ARC.Continue...

Gaels win OUA championship

Despite being heavy underdogs, the men's volleyball team beats the Western Mustangs to win a provincial titleContinue...

Gaels win Ontario championship

Queen's men's volleyball beats Western to take OUA title.Continue...

Gaels claim second straight national title

Women's soccer beats Montreal Carabins in penalty kicks to become first-ever Queen's women's team to win two consecutive CIS Championships.Continue...

Men's rugby loses provincial final

Western beats Queen's 21-15 in OUA finalContinue...

Women's soccer advances to national championship

Gaels beat the Ottawa Gee-Gees in penalty kicks to secure second consecutive appearance at national final.Continue...

Defence dulls Excalibur

With only three returning defenders from 2010, there was uncertainty surrounding the men’s soccer team’s defence. But the back line posted a second consecutive shutout in the Gaels’ 3-0 win over the Trent Excalibur at Richardson Stadium on Sunday. Peter Christidis, Mac Ojiaku and Nick Pateras scored for the Gaels.Continue...

Gaels blow out Blues

The men’s rugby team won their season opener with a dramatic margin, beating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 71-0 on Saturday at Tindall Field. 11 different players scored tries in the game.Continue...

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