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...

Women’s soccer aiming for return to form

The women’s soccer team had a promising season last year that ended on a sour note with matches conceded to Western and then McMaster, placing fourth in the Final Four.Continue...

Homecoming changes mean safer students (and horses)

Ontario University Athletics’ (OUA) recent restructuring of Homecoming football games will cut down on horses slapped and cars flipped without diminishing Queen’s students’ love of the alumni-centred festivities.Continue...

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