pat sheahan

Season ended by high-flying Ravens

“The Gaels dressed up as a bad football team for Halloween,” one onlooker said after the Queen’s football team lost to Carleton on Saturday.Continue...

Big show set up for season finale

With the first sellout game of the season set for the Homecoming football match-up against the Laurier Golden Hawks, fifth-year fullback Justin Gleben isn’t too caught up in the fanfare of the event.Continue...

One win away from postseason

Coming off of an upset win against Guelph, Gaels head coach Pat Sheahan expects another solid game from his team this Saturday against York.Continue...

Shot at redemption

Queen’s football head coach Pat Sheahan didn’t mince his words when he spoke about his team’s performance last year against the Guelph Gryphons.Continue...

Familiar foes on road ahead

When discussing rivalries in the OUA, the conversation tends to lead to the Queen’s and Western football matchup.Continue...

Mac streak snapped

It wasn’t pretty, but Queen’s finally beat the defending Yates Cup champions — with massive help from their defence.Continue...

Gridiron grads go to the pros

Former Queen’s players have made a name for themselves in pro football — especially in Saskatchewan.Continue...

Sports in brief

Football team signs two recruits

The Queen’s football team has announced two new recruits in the past month — Doug Corby from Burlington, Ont.’s Nelson High School...Continue...

No bounties in CIS, Queen’s coach says

Football coach Pat Sheahan remembers a time when there wasn’t a rule against tackling receivers who were about to catch a ball.
“You’d get these guys completely exposed, hit in the midsection,” he said. “It looked marvelous from the stands — a guy does a 360 and lands on his head — but how ethical was it?”Continue...

Recruitment in full flight

Pat Sheahan’s office at the ARC is covered with photos of different football players he’s coached in his 12 seasons at Queen’s.
Every year, 75 to 100 high school prospects visit that office before deciding whether to come to Queen’s. Only 25 to 30 of them will be at the football team’s training camp in August.Continue...

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