Women's soccer

Fall teams look to improve across the board

The Journal examines each Gaels fall varsity team.Continue...

Women's soccer tops varsity power rankings

1. Women’s soccer

No one came close to the women’s soccer team this season.

The Gaels won their second consecutive national championship and lost only one game...Continue...

A new dynasty

This year’s women’s soccer team proved themselves as one of the best varsity teams in
Queen’s history.Continue...

Gaels claim second straight national title

Women's soccer beats Montreal Carabins in penalty kicks to become first-ever Queen's women's team to win two consecutive CIS Championships.Continue...

Women's soccer advances to national championship

Gaels beat the Ottawa Gee-Gees in penalty kicks to secure second consecutive appearance at national final.Continue...

Women win OUA gold

The women’s soccer team won the only prize that’s eluded them in the past two seasons. On Sunday, the Gaels beat the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks to win the OUA gold medal.Continue...

Gaels advance to final four

The women’s soccer team looked like national contenders on Sunday, dominating the Carleton Ravens in an OUA quarter-final win. The OUA’s leading scorer, Jackie Tessier, posted two goals and OUA East MVP Riley Filion added a late goal in the 3-0 victory at West Campus.Continue...

Road back to nationals

The question of the 2011 season was whether the women’s soccer team could handle the pressure of being defending national champions. They responded by posting an OUA-best 13-1-2 regular season record.
The Gaels have a near-identical roster to last season. But they have an extra year of experience and several strong rookies
this season.Continue...

Gaels head into bye week

The women’s soccer team finished their regular season with a win and a tie, beating the Nipissing Lakers 6-1 on Saturday and tying the Laurentian Lady Vees 2-2
on Sunday.Continue...

Former hero hurts Gaels

A familiar foot was responsible for the women’s soccer team’s first loss of the season on Saturday. Former Gael Eilish McConville scored to seal a 1-0 win for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

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