OUA

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...

Women’s squash wins fifth straight OUA title

Few teams at Queen’s understand dominance better than the women’s squash team.Continue...

Swimming team picks up three medals at OUA Championships

The Queen’s swimming team didn’t quite blow their competition out of the water this weekend—but they came close.Continue...

Gabriel DeGroot named new head coach

For the first time since 1987, men’s volleyball will be seeing a fresh face pacing the sidelines—though it won’t be an entirely unfamiliar one.Continue...

A deep dive into Queen's athletics attendance rates

If you’ve attended a Queen’s sporting event within the last decade, often times you’ve probably found yourself in a similar predicament: ‘There’s so many seats I don’t even know which one to take.’

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Preview: Men's Volleyball vs. York

Queen's will play York in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the ARC Main Gym. The Journal visited a men's volleyball practice this week to talk to the players and their coach...Continue...

Gaels victorious over Lancers at NBA-All Star Weekend

Women’s basketball shone through with an impressive victory under the bright lights of the OUA Showcase event at the NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto.Continue...

Men's Rugby Championship 2014

For the third year in the row, Queen's men's rugby claimed provincial supremacy on Nixon Field.

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The rich get richer

There’s a parity problem in OUA football and not much can be done about it.Continue...

The realignment game

Over 33 years as head coach of the women’s basketball program, Dave Wilson has seen his fair share of divisional alignments.Continue...

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