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Too late for change

By - 27th May 2014

Starting this year, Ontario hockey programs will be better represented at the national level — a change that should have happened already.

There and back again

By - 14th March 2014

Caitlyn Lahonen was fed up with the NCAA.

Nationwide clash in Windsor

By - 14th March 2014

This weekend’s women’s basketball national championships will give Queen’s a chance for redemption.

Sports in Brief

By - 26th May 2013

CrossFit, CFL and CIS/Sportsnet.

Ranking the top varsity moments

By - 4th April 2013

Men's rugby and football highlighted this year's list of memorable Gaels moments.

Legends lead way at championships

By - 15th March 2013

TORONTO — Canadian women’s hockey icons were in direct competition at CIS nationals.

Gaels finish sixth at nationals

By - 10th March 2013

Women’s hockey’s dream season came to an end in the fifth-place game at nationals.

Gaels downed in overtime in first game at nationals

By - 8th March 2013

After three tight periods and nearly eight minutes of overtime, women’s hockey came up short in the opening game of the CIS Championships.

Road to CIS nationals

By - 8th March 2013

Women's hockey nationals coverage.

CIS disparity

By - 29th November 2012

A visual breakdown of CIS football programs' resources

Cashing in on championships

By - 29th November 2012

Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie drops back, winds up and tosses a 65-yard prayer to the Miami end zone.

Silver by a sliver

By - 15th November 2012

The 2012 campaign showed why Queen’s women’s soccer program continues to be a national powerhouse.

Early shock at St.FX

By - 2nd November 2012

The No. 1 St. Francis Xavier X-Women lived up to their hype, defeating the Queen’s Gaels 53-10 in the CIS Women’s Rugby Championship opener.

Legendary coach calls for CIS improvement

By - 5th April 2012

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

Unique challenges for Atlantic schools

By - 30th March 2012

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) conference failed to win a national championship in any sport.

Track captain ends career

By - 16th March 2012

After five seasons with the track and field team, co-captain Michael Nishiyama is hanging up his sneakers.

Gaels exceed expectations

By - 9th March 2012

Back in October, nobody thought the women’s volleyball team would become Ontario champions. After losing 10 players in the off-season, a 12-rookie team went 2-8 in preseason play. Before the opening game of the OUA regular season, head coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane said her team’s goal was simple: get better every ...

Organizers pleased with hosting debut

By - 9th March 2012

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.”

Alberta Pandas field hockey folds

By - 9th March 2012

The national field hockey community is rallying together to support the newly-defunct University of Alberta Pandas. On March 1, Alberta’s Athletics Director Ian Reade told the field hockey team that the administration would be cutting the 32-year-old program.

End of an era for men's volleyball

By - 9th March 2012

For Joren Zeeman, there’s no solace in a fourth-place finish. The men’s volleyball team is trying to come to terms with the outcome of last weekend’s CIS championship at the ARC — an event the Gaels had been anticipating for five years.

Spartans take national championship

By - 4th March 2012

Spartans drop first set, but claim the next three to win the CIS men's volleyball championship.

Trinity Western, Laval vie for national title

By - 4th March 2012

Finalists prepare for gold medal game at the ARC

Gaels to compete for first-ever national medal in third-place game against Manitoba

By - 4th March 2012

The men’s volleyball team is out of contention for a national gold medal after losing 3-0 to the Trinity Western Spartans in Saturday’s semifinal. But Queen’s can still win its first-ever CIS bronze medal against the Manitoba Bisons.

Straight-set loss dashes Queen's campaign for gold

By - 3rd March 2012

The men’s volleyball team’s shot at a national championship ended on Saturday night when they fell to the first-seeded Trinity Western Spartans 3-0 in front of 1,994 fans at the ARC.

Laval to compete in national final after win over Manitoba

By - 3rd March 2012

Quebec Player of the Year Karl De Grandpré — who only posted three first-set kills — put the team on his back, recording 25 kills en route to a 3-1 victory.

Home crowd troubles Golden Bears veteran

By - 3rd March 2012

Queen's supporters were relentless with taunts towards Alberta's Taylor Hunt in Friday's national quarter-final.

Mustangs lose to Dinos in consolation semifinal

By - 3rd March 2012

Less than 24 hours after losing a five-set heartbreaker to the Manitoba Bisons in a men’s volleyball national quarter-final, the Mustangs fell in straight sets to the Calgary Dinos in Saturday afternoon’s consolation semifinal.

Defending champs prepare for tonight's semifinal against Gaels

By - 3rd March 2012

As defending national champions, the Trinity Western Spartans are favourites against Queen’s — but the Spartans' coach won’t admit it.

Trinity Western sweeps Dalhousie in predictable quarter-final

By - 2nd March 2012

The top-ranked Trinity Western Spartans only needed 70 minutes to win their opening match of the national men’s volleyball tournament on Friday night.

Queen's records first quarter-final win at national championship

By - 2nd March 2012

Gaels win CIS quarter-final over Alberta Golden Bears in front of record-setting crowd at the ARC.

Bisons best Western in close quarter-final

By - 2nd March 2012

Queen's is the only Ontario team left in the national championship after Western loses quarter-final to University of Manitoba.

Up-to-the-minute championship results

By - 2nd March 2012

Journal staff are updating games scores as they happen at the 2012 CIS men's volleyball championship

Women's volleyball makes early exit at nationals

By - 2nd March 2012

In their first-ever national championship appearance, Gaels lose to University of Alberta Pandas in first round

Laval ousts Calgary in first game of national championships

By - 2nd March 2012

The Laval Rouge et Or defeat the Calgary Dinos 3-1 in the opening game of the men’s volleyball national championship.

CIS Men's Volleyball Championship Photo Gallery

By - 2nd March 2012

Photo from the 2012 CIS Men's Volleyball Championship.

QTV settles webcast deal for national championship

By - 16th February 2012

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.

Webcast deal reached

By - 16th February 2012

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.

Webcast deal reached

By - 16th February 2012

After almost a month of confusion, Queen’s TV has been given the go-ahead to produce webcasts for the upcoming national volleyball championship at Queen’s.

Athletics signs streaming deal with QTV

By - 18th November 2011

Queen’s Athletics will webcast home games online for the first time this Saturday — but it won’t use the network that other schools use.

Gaels claim second straight national title

By - 13th November 2011

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

Women's soccer advances to national championship

By - 12th November 2011

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

Former pros play university sports

By - 4th November 2011

Hayley Wickenheiser spent three years overseas on a highly-publicized stint in professional European men’s leagues. Now, she’s playing Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) hockey with the Calgary Dinos.

Sports - CIS Hockey Sunday

By Justin Tang - 14th March 2011

The 2011 CIS Women's Hockey Championships are over. The Gaels clinched the bronze medal in the dying minutes of the third period to win the final game of a season that has been called "miraculous" and a "Cinderella story." The Queen's Journal has been proud to have witnessed many of ...

The Locker Room

2nd March 2012

This weekend, the best men's volleyball teams descend into the ARC for the CIS national volleyball championship. With eight veterans set to graduate this year, Queen's Gaels will try to close out a mission they started five years ago. On Wednesday, the Journal's Justin Chin met up with 5th-year middle ...