OUA

Gaels lose Yates Cup in blowout

With a chance to win their first Yates Cup since 2009, Queen’s fell flat in the OUA championship.Continue...

Sisters skate to gold and silver

The Queen’s-Western rivalry was in full swing at the OUA figure skating championships.Continue...

Top spot slips away

A controversial disallowed goal helped spoil senior night for the women’s hockey team.Continue...

Playoff race picks up

The Gaels followed up an outstanding win with a costly loss on Saturday.Continue...

Holding court

It’s 4:40 p.m. on a Saturday and Justin Walsh has just arrived in Kingston.Continue...

Middle at midway mark

A win streak is hard to come by for the men’s hockey team.Continue...

Luring talent

When student-athletes are choosing a collegiate program, schools are expected to raise the ante.Continue...

Fencing wins provincial title

The men’s fencing team won a dramatic second straight OUA title on Sunday, defeating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in an improvised sudden-death tiebreaker at
the ARC.Continue...

How each OUA team got its name: Part three

Laurier Golden Hawks

Originally known as ‘Waterloo College,’ the school that would later become Wilfred Laurier University had a series of unnamed sports teams for nearly 40 years until lobbying from students brought forth an official name in 1951: The Mules.Continue...

Gaels eliminate No. 1 ranked Ravens in Men’s Basketball

The Queen’s Men’s Basketball team managed the upset of the year on Wednesday night, eliminating the reigning U Sports Champions Carleton Ravens from the OUA playoffs, 86-80.Continue...

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