The football team won an OUA quarter-final without its starting quarterback on Saturday.
The Queen’s rowers won silver and bronze medals at the OUA championship in St. Catharines on Saturday. The women’s team finished second overall behind the Western Mustangs while the men finished third behind the Mustangs and the Brock Badgers.
The men’s hockey team’s four-game winning streak ended on Friday night with a 2-0 loss to the Ryerson Rams. Ryerson forward Jesse Chidwick scored the game-winning goal halfway through the second period at the Memorial Centre. The Rams are sixth in the OUA East while the Gaels are third.
Lauren McEwen burned the Brock Badgers for the second time this season.
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.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams are heading to nationals. Both teams qualified for the race with top five finishes at the OUA championship in Ottawa on Saturday.