Sports

Attendance furies, not worries

Another school year means another debate about sporting event attendance at Queen’s. While it would be ideal if Queen’s athletes could look to full stands during every contest, ultimately, there are good reasons why this doesn’t happen.Continue...

Student athletes deserve more

A former Bishop’s University football player has sued the school after they refused to pay his medical bills following a concussion sustained during a football game two years ago. The 23-year-old’s entire right side was paralyzed as a result of the incident and he’s only just recently regained the ability to walk. During the game in question, the player was allegedly sent back out onto the field after complaining of concussion-like symptoms.Continue...

Sports in brief

Basketball recruits and Gaels competing internationally.Continue...

Road to CIS nationals

Women's hockey nationals coverage.Continue...

Sports in Brief

A brief version of sports news around campus.Continue...

Sports in Brief

A summary of Gaels action from the past weekendContinue...

Projecting the fall OUA title races

Projecting the fall OUA championships.Continue...

Victims of a political rift

In light of the Ontario teachers’ salary bargaining dispute with the provincial government, student athletes have become victims.Continue...

Community over competition

For intramural athletes, forging strong bonds with teammates is often more important than winning.Continue...

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