Benjamin Deans

Ben is a member of the Engineering Class of 2014.


Gaels shut out Mustangs

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

The Western Mustangs were undefeated and ranked first in Canada when they came to Richardson Stadium on Saturday. But the Gaels won 37-0 in front of 5,185 fans to extend their own winning streak to six games.

Western won’t play starters

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

The Western Mustangs head coach says he won’t field many of his starters in tomorrow’s game against the Gaels.

Are coaches to blame?

By Gilbert Coyle and Benjamin Deans, Journal Staff

The Journal's Sports team debates the merits of recently-tabled legislation The question: should the criminal code be amended to make it an offence for varsity coaches to knowingly allow concussed athletes to return to action before being cleared to play?

Team China falls to Gaels

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

The Chinese women’s hockey team visited Kingston last Wednesday to play the Queen’s team as part of a 20-game tour across Canada to prepare for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Warrior woes

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

If it weren’t for a 2010 doping scandal, Gaels quarterback Billy McPhee would have been playing for the Waterloo Warriors at Richardson Stadium on Saturday. Instead, the second-year quarterback completed eight of 14 passes for the Gaels, tallying 77 yards ...

One yard short

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

Queen’s student Nick Green lost his shot at $1 million by one yard. The fifth-year Engineering student lost to 51-year-old Calgary IT consultant Greg Wilson in the Kick for a Million semifinals at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton last Friday.

Win in Windsor

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

The football team extended its winning streak to four games with a 27-14 road win over the Windsor Lancers on Saturday night. The win moves the Gaels to a 4-2 record, pulling them into a three-way tie for third place ...

Blue Canoe treads new waters

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

A review of Blue Canoe's production of Glengarry Glen Ross.

Queen’s kicker keeps converting

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

Dan Village wanted to be a soccer player. But when he broke his leg and was cut from his high school soccer team, Village pursued a football career that’s seen him break 14 Queen’s records. He became the Gaels all-time ...

Sports in brief

By Benjamin Deans, Assistant Sports Editor

Men’s volleyball to host national preseason tournament, Women’s hockey wins season opener