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Legendary coach calls for CIS improvement

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

Ken Shields knows what it takes to develop Canadian basketball players.

Ontario finds winning strategy

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

The OUA is getting serious about winning. This season, the conference posted its best results so far this century, securing 12 of 21 Canadian Interuniversity Sport titles.

Unique challenges for Atlantic schools

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

When the top-ranked University of New Brunswick men’s hockey team fell in the national tournament last weekend, it didn’t just end their quest for back-to-back titles. It also marked the first time since 2007-08 that the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) ...

Women’s soccer dominates Colour Awards

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

The women’s soccer team headlined the 76th annual Colour Awards at the Ambassador Hotel on Wednesday night, earning two of the six major prizes.

Coming out on the court

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

After Bryan Fautley quit the men’s volleyball team in April 2010, head coach Brenda Willis told his teammates why.

High hopes

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

Men’s basketball head coach Stephan Barrie is shaking his roster up this summer.

Local hockey team can’t draw students

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

On Jan. 27, over 100 loud and drunken Queen’s Sports Industry Conference delegates filled up a corner of the K-Rock Centre, cheering on the Ontario Hockey League’s Kingston Frontenacs and taunting the visiting Oshawa Generals.

In it for the long haul

By Gilbert Coyle and Jerry Zheng, Journal Staff

Dave Wilson just wrapped up his 30th season as the women’s basketball team’s head coach — quite an accomplishment, considering he almost didn’t last two seasons.

Organizers pleased with hosting debut

By Gilbert Coyle, Sports Editor

Queen’s Athletics had to turn fans away from the men’s volleyball team’s CIS semifinal on Saturday night. “We were sold out,” Athletics Director Leslie Dal Cin said. “We haven’t ever had to turn people away from an event before.”