Men's soccer

Queen’s Gaels fall varsity preview

The Journal’s sports editors examine the seven varsity teams that take the field this fall.Continue...

Gaels shut out by Carleton

On a warm and sunny Saturday afternoon, the Gaels lost another tight match, this time against a visiting Carleton squad.Continue...

Snakebitten Gaels finally break through

The men’s soccer team got into the win column on the back of a smooth strike from midfielder Nick Alie Day, beating the Trent Excalibur 1-0 on Sunday.Continue...

Play-by-play: Men’s soccer takes on Ryerson

Sunny Saturday, August 31, in Richardson Stadium. The Gaels are opening up their season against the visiting Ryerson Rams, a perennial powerhouse in OUA men’s soccer.Continue...

Sports in Brief

This week, women's rugby player Sophie de Goede was named U Sports Rugby Player of the Year, seven Gaels soccer players received OUA All-Star honours, and the men's basketball team managed to crack the top ten U Sports rankings for the first time since their 2007-08 season.Continue...

Men's soccer season ends in heartbreak

In a stunning upset, the Nipissing Lakers cut the men’s soccer team’s season, defeating them 1–0 in the first round of the OUA playoffs Wednesday night.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 6

While the men’s and women’s soccer teams finished their regular seasons, women’s hockey split their weekend series against Western and Windsor.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 5

It was a vital weekend for the Gaels playing away games the weekend of Oct. 12-14.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 4

This weekend, the men’s rugby team won their 2017 OUA Championship rematch, while the men’s cross country team won their annual NCAA invitational. Meanwhile, rowing had a strong start to their season and men’s soccer lost both of their matches in Toronto.Continue...

Michael Chang posting career season

This year, Michael Chang has exploded onto the OUA soccer radar.Continue...

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