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Goal magician and musician

Jackie Tessier almost hung up her cleats for good.Continue...

Kingston FC makes franchise debut

The Queen’s Gaels soccer team no longer plays at the highest level in Kingston. That title now lies with Kingston FC, which competes in the Canadian Soccer League against teams from across Ontario, as well as Montreal.Continue...

FIFA should weigh the costs of 2022 World Cup

The highly anticipated, highly controversial FIFA Men’s World Cup is less than a month away.Continue...

Men’s Soccer ride victory wave into playoffs

On Sunday, Men’s Soccer played Laurentian at home and earned a 6-0 victory. It marked the end of an exciting season end for both the team and their fans.Continue...

Sports in Brief: Oct. 21

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Women’s soccer wins OUA Championship in London

After 120 minutes of scoreless play and eight rounds of penalty shootouts, the Gaels defeated the Western Mustangs in a nail-biting OUA Final on Friday, Nov. 12.Continue...

Gaels win third annual ‘Kick for the Cure’ game against RMC, raise $13,000 in the process

On Oct. 24, the Queen’s Women’s Soccer team won their third annual “Kick for the Cure” soccer game against RMC, handily beating the Paladins 5-0 at Richardson StadiumContinue...

Queen’s Professor provides insight into racial abuse following EURO 2020 loss

On July 11, Italy defeated England in a tense penalty shootout to win the UEFA European Football Championship (EURO) 2020.Continue...

Soccer’s changing place in Canada and at Queen’s

Soccer is the world’s game, but historically, it’s struggled to find its footing in the harsh Canadian climate.Continue...

Gender wage gaps in sports continue to miss the goal

Viewers from around the globe watched in awe on July 7 as the US women’s national soccer team took the World Cup for the second year running, defeating their competitors from the Netherlands. Co-Captain Megan Rapinoe hoisted the cup high and posed proudly for photos as adoring cheers rang out from the stands.Continue...

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