Women's soccer

Callender’s late winner puts Gaels in Final Four

The women’s soccer team is heading back to the OUA Final Four.Continue...

Weekend road game roundup

Six teams hit the road this weekend to face off away from home.Continue...

Point-Counterpoint: Which Gaels team has impressed you most?

Men's Rugby

Sarah O'Flaherty - Assistant Sports Editor


The Gaels’ men’s rugby team is undoubtedly the best varsity team that Queen’s has...Continue...

Saving Queen's, one last time

In simplest terms, to be a successful soccer team, the 11 players on the pitch must either score more goals than their opponents, or let in fewer on their own net.Continue...

Back to winning ways for women's soccer

The title of first ever Gaels win at the new Richardson Stadium now belongs to the women’s soccer team, following their 1-0 triumph over the Carleton Ravens on Sunday.Continue...

Women's soccer unbeaten streak snapped

The Queen’s women’s soccer team picked up three points from a possible six this weekend, following up a 1-0 loss in Oshawa to UOIT with a thorough 4-0 victory over Trent in Peterborough.Continue...

Women's soccer moves to sixth in Canada

The Gaels opened their season in similar fashion to how they ended last year’s campaign — dominant.Continue...

Ranking the fall varsity teams

With three OUA championships and two national silver medals, the 2015 fall season at Queen’s was one to remember. As none of the teams had losing seasons, The Journal had a tough time deciding the final rankings.Continue...

Rollercoaster season finishes on high note

Women’s soccer fifth-place finish in the CIS National Championships marks the end of a highly successful, up-and-down season.

With their first-place standing in the OUA Final Four the...Continue...

Champions ousted

Though their national title dreams ran out in a CIS quarterfinal shootout, no one can say women’s soccer had an unexciting season.Continue...

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