women's hockey

Still at the top

Women’s hockey kept a hold on first place in the OUA with a three-point weekend road trip.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's hockey, women's hockey and women's soccer.Continue...

Rebuilt and ready

Despite the loss of several important veterans, women’s hockey could still be repeat OUA champions.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Women's hockey, men's hockey and men's soccer.Continue...

The art of the hockey rebuild

Two OUA titles in three seasons have made recruiting a little easier for Matt Holmberg.Continue...

Rookies revealed

Three Queen’s teams announced the arrival of new recruits in May, with each program harbouring different hopes for the upcoming season.Continue...

Championship campaign

It was all-around excellence that led the women’s hockey team to victory.Continue...

Cool behind the bench

Matt Holmberg has quickly become one of Queen’s most decorated bench bosses.Continue...

Sixth place by narrow margin

TORONTO — CIS nationals were filled with heartbreak for the women’s hockey team.Continue...

Gaels finish sixth at nationals

Women’s hockey’s dream season came to an end in the fifth-place game at nationals.Continue...

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