Men's Basketball

Positive outlooks for women's and men's basketball 2017-18 seasons

After looking back at the men’s and women’s basketball seasons, it’s safe to say the two are almost polar opposites.Continue...

First round exit for men’s basketball team

A 26-9 run in the fourth quarter wasn’t enough for the men’s basketball team to come back against the Nipissing Lakers in the first round of playoff action last week.Continue...

Nationally ranked opponents keep men’s basketball on losing streak

The Gaels’ streak extended to eleven over the weekend after a home stand turned sour with losses to the number one nationally-ranked Carleton Ravens and number three Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Men’s basketball keeps sliding, losing seven in a row

Last week head coach Stephan Barrie told The Journal that all was fine within the Gaels’ locker room, even amidst their five-game losing skid.Continue...

Looking to snap streak on hardwood

“Resiliency is one of the core values of our team.”

Even after dropping five consecutive games, guard Sukpreheet Singh said the Gaels don’t buy into the idea of bad karma. It’s something...Continue...

Gaels away from home weekend round up: Week 3

Mixed bag of results for travelling teams.Continue...

Men’s basketball struggles at home to open second half of season

Queen’s drops both games against Ryerson and U of TContinue...

On the road to success

If we’re being frank, road trips usually blow.Continue...

Men's basketball defend home court against Waterloo Warriors

Last Saturday afternoon, Queen’s fans packed the home stands in the ARC to watch the Gaels take on the Warriors on their home court. Below are the Journal’s two takeaways from the game.Continue...

High hopes for men’s basketball

After years of being in the basement of the OUA standings, last season the men’s basketball team put themselves on the map.

A second-round exit in the post-season, failed to highlight the...Continue...

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