Guelph

Split on weekend trip

Women’s hockey suffered defeat in regulation for the first time this season last weekend.Continue...

Weekend split in home stand

An inspired overtime performance gained men’s hockey one win this weekend, but they couldn’t maintain the momentum in their second game.Continue...

Repeat attempt stuffed in Guelph

A back and forth match ended women’s rugby’s hopes for a second straight OUA championship.Continue...

Back on Nixon Field

After a loss to the McMaster Marauders snapped their 19-game winning streak, men’s rugby is looking to get back on the right track this weekend.Continue...

Must-win game

When Queen’s football faces a familiar foe on the road tomorrow, it’ll be with their playoff chances at stake.Continue...

First-round advantage assured

Despite again coming up short against a top-10 opponent, women’s hockey has clinched home-ice advantage for the first round of the OUA playoffs.Continue...

One and one in straight sets

Women’s volleyball had a win and loss in their return to OUA competition after promising holiday results.Continue...

Hanging tough

Men’s volleyball played above their 5-7 record last weekend, hanging with a top OUA club and sweeping a close rival.Continue...

Veteran spark

Men’s hockey played a pair of overtime games this weekend, leading to mixed results.Continue...

Nation’s fastest

Two podium finishes won Queen’s women a bronze medal at the CIS championships.Continue...

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