Men's Basketball

Rough road trip for men's basketball

Men’s basketball continued to struggle away from home this past weekend, with back-to-back losses against the Ottawa Gee-Gees and Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Sophomore Graham thrives in increased role

When Greg Faulkner left the Queen’s basketball program last year, it looked like there would be a gaping hole where he’d once been.Continue...

Walking on a different path

After getting cut from the men’s basketball team for the second time in two years, it appeared Idan Itskovich’s basketball career was coming to an abrupt end.Continue...

Limited break for hardwood teams

Most Queen’s students likely spent their winter break with family or friends, catching up with people they hadn’t seen for a while, and making up for sleep lost to the crush of final exams. However, for many varsity athletes, this long, relaxing break isn’t entirely possible. With many of the teams playing in seasons that span either side of the break, tournaments and extra practices become the holiday plans for many Queen’s athletes.Continue...

Men's basketball shocks Brock

When it looked like the game was lost for the second night in a row, men’s basketball Head Coach Stephen Barrie called for a time out. Down 45-31 to the Brock Badgers — the fourth ranked team in nation — the time out came with 2:23 remaining in the second quarter.Continue...

Defence key to victory

Last weekend, men’s basketball continued their dominating play, taking down the Nipissing Lakers (0-4) and Laurentian Voyageurs (0-2) on the road.

In their first match-up, the Gaels (3-0)...Continue...

Season started on positive note

Defence was the name of the game as the men’s basketball team locked down the York Lions to win 70-66 in the Gaels home opener.Continue...

Rebound season

Men’s basketball returns to the court this Saturday as hosts to the York Lions in their home opener. After a disappointing 5-14 season where they finished last in the OUA East, the team looks to start the year off with a win against the Lions, the division’s runners-up last season.Continue...

‘Ball best among Gaels

Women's basketball sits first in Journal's annual winter power rankings.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's basketball, women's hockey and men's hockey win awards, while wrestler finishes fourth.Continue...

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