Queen's Gaels

Top spot slips away

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

Autism Mentorship Program brings together Athletics, community

It’s an age-old adage that when good people get together, good things happen. Case in point: Josh Mosely and Emilio Frometa. Case in another point: varsity athletes and kids with autism.Continue...

Meet Kara Blair, Queen’s most humble star

Kara Blair has made an incredible leap forward over the last year, and her individual accomplishments—highlighted by a fourth-place finish at this year’s nationals—helped push the top-ranked Queen’s cross-country team into championship territory.Continue...

Gaels return from nationals with bronze

Following a tough loss against the No. 3 University of Victoria Vikes in the semi-finals, the No. 2 Gaels played the host No. 4 Concordia Stingers in the bronze medal match.Continue...

Varsity Clubs round-up: November edition

Queen’s varsity clubs have continued to impress. Squash beat up on opponents in Montreal, women’s water polo had a strong showing in Ottawa, and artistic swimming looked solid at the McGill Invitational.Continue...

Gaels split Kingston games

This past weekend, the Gaels men’s hockey team pulled out a win as they continue to try to lift themselves out from the bottom of the OUA East standings.Continue...

Picks for key varsity Queen's fall matchups

With the off-season coming to a close, varsity seasons have started up. Every Queen’s team rolls into September bristling with hope and trying to make a run for a championship. With a fresh new schedule, we made our picks for key games to keep an eye out for this fall’s varsity teams.Continue...

Young Gaels adjust to Queen’s

Aside from exam season, it’s hard to find a more hectic time at Queen’s than the seven-day span from move-in day to the start of classes.Continue...

Key matchups for the 2016-17 Gaels

With varsity seasons quickly approaching, Queen’s teams are starting to gear up in their quest for a championship. Some will succeed, and others won’t, but there’s sure to be a lot of action in the coming season.Continue...

Gaels announce final set of recruits for the 2016-17 varsity season

With the successes of last year behind them, many Queen’s teams have had to say goodbye to graduating athletes. To fill the void left by the players, many teams have added fresh faces to change the landscape of next season.Continue...

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