Men's Volleyball

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Women’s hockey winless

The women’s hockey team returned from last weekend’s road trip empty-handed, losing to the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and the Toronto...Continue...

Early losing streak

After a sour weekend in Southern Ontario, the men’s volleyball team is on an early-season losing streak.Continue...

Straight set win

An inexperienced men’s volleyball lineup won its first regular season game in straight sets over the Royal Military College Paladins at the ARC on Friday night. Middle hitter Philippe Goyer recorded nine kills in the 25-12, 25-18, 25-18 victory.Continue...

Volleyball veterans want gold

The national men’s volleyball championship at Queen’s will mark the end of an era for of five fifth-year players.
In 2007, head coach Brenda Willis brought in six
recruits — setter Dan Rosenbaum, middles Michael Amoroso and Will Bulmer, and outside hitters Bryan Fautley, Niko Rukavina and Joren Zeeman. With the exception
of Bulmer — who left after two seasons because of illness — they’ve been the team’s core players for the past three seasons.Continue...

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Women’s basketball sweeps weekend

The women’s basketball team won three straight games at the ARC this weekend, beating the Dalhousie Tigers 80-70 on Friday, the Guelph...Continue...

Golden Bears win, Gaels bail early

Western Canadian teams dominated the Coast-to-Coast Classic at the ARC this weekend.
On Sunday, the Alberta Golden Bears came back from a two-set deficit to beat the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds 3-2 in the gold medal game, while the Calgary Dinos defeated the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds 3-0 to clinch the bronze medal.
The Gaels were plagued by injuries to veteran players and finished seventh.Continue...

Succession plan to ensure future

With five players on the men’s volleyball team entering their final year this season, Gaels coaching is starting a succession plan.Continue...

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