Sideline Commentary

Playoffs? We’re talkin’ ‘bout playoffs

Hockey, basketball and volleyball playoff prognostications.Continue...

Attendance woes reach new lows

Our apathetic student body hinders athletics programs at Queen’s.Continue...

Perfect through four

It’s said defence wins championships, but a little offensive consistency doesn’t hurt either.Continue...

Don’t press the panic button

The Queen’s Gaels women’s soccer squad is maintaining a cool demeanor, despite a rocky 2-1-1 start.Continue...

Basketball on both sides of the border

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The city was orange.
Syracuse’s college basketball team, the Orangemen, were playing the Providence Friars on Saturday. There was no place to eat — every sports bar had a minimum half-hour wait. Parking was hard to find. Ticket scalpers were on every corner within a kilometre of the stadium.Continue...

McPhee can be as good as Quinlan

Friday’s Vanier Cup between the Laval Rouge-et-Or and the McMaster Marauders was an instant classic. The underdog Marauders flew out of the gates at B.C. Place, riding a virtuoso first-half performance from quarterback Kyle Quinlan to take a 23-0 halftime lead.Continue...

New league ignores local talent

I was really excited when I heard about a pro basketball league coming to Canada. When the news broke, I immediately thought about the possibility of Canadian players living out their dreams at home.
But when the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL) started its inaugural season on Oct. 29, there were only 15 Canadian players on
league rosters.Continue...

QB must step up

Billy McPhee has to perform better for the Gaels to win in Ottawa on Saturday.Continue...

Coaching continuity vital to success of Gaels Athletics

Queen’s most recent national championship teams have a common denominator.Continue...

Ups and downs of staying in town

Varsity athletes who stay in Kingston for the summer could be at a disadvantage come training camp this August.Continue...

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