soccer

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...

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...

Low scoring, but still successful

A pair of weekend wins kept men’s soccer atop the OUA East.Continue...

English expedition

Joe Zupo’s professional chance has arrived.Continue...

Tackling intolerance

Held once every four years, the World Cup of soccer is the world’s largest sporting competition, drawing hundreds of millions of passionate onlookers.Continue...

Sports in brief

Women's soccer ties in Ottawa, while men's soccer loses.Continue...

Soccer splits home openers

Gaels soccer won and lost Wednesday night at a West Campus doubleheader against the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Revival on the pitch

In its second season of play, Kingston FC has enjoyed a complete reversal of fortunes.Continue...

Striker goes national

Jackie Tessier nearly missed her chance to play for Canada.Continue...

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