women's hockey

Queen’s to host championship

Fresh off hosting the women’s rugby national championship, the CIS announced Queen’s as the host for the 2017 women’s hockey national championship.Continue...

Gaels keep streak alive

Women’s hockey eked out an overtime victory in their second contest of the weekend to keep their hot start going.Continue...

Cardiac Gaels: An oral history of the 2011 Queen's women's hockey playoff run

A historic hockey game took place on March 2, 2011, witnessed by just 312 spectators in a university rink.Continue...

Packed Weekend

For those who were unable to secure football tickets on Homecoming weekend, there are four Gaels’ teams in action at home on Saturday.Continue...

Late errors cause for dropped points

Women’s hockey came away with a victory in their second game of the weekend, but they’ll be kicking themselves for losing the night before.Continue...

Varsity sports week in review

Hockey, soccer and women's rugby re-caps from the past week's actionContinue...

Women's hockey title push begins

Coming off a first-round playoff loss last season to Laurier, women’s hockey can’t wait to get their new season started.Continue...

Road trips bond Gaels

Women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg has seen his fair share of successes in his time at Queen’s, winning two OUA titles in six seasons. But before the regular season begins, Holmberg’s players take an annual trip to build team chemistry on and off the ice.Continue...

Galasso’s quest for change ongoing

Unsatisfied with the current condition of the athletics program, Queen’s first Director of Athletics, Pat Galasso, is pushing hard for change on campus.Continue...

Star talent behind bench

When women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg had to search for a new assistant coach this offseason, he turned to one of his own.Continue...

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