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After a disappointing weekend at home, women’s hockey bounced back in a big way on the road.
Members of the men’s hockey team felt two separate emotions after beating the UOIT Ridgebacks Tuesday night.
Women’s volleyball will be looking to lock down a playoff spot when they take the court Saturday.
The Gaels are flying high after a pair of straight-set wins in their final home games of the season.
Women’s basketball had to battle back to defeat a divisional foe last Friday.
The men’s hockey team has found themselves at a crossroads with four games left in the regular season.
Despite failing to play up to their potential, women’s hockey managed to come away with two points last weekend.
Women’s volleyball’s senior players won the final regular season game they’ll play at the ARC.
Rookie Tanner Graham led men’s basketball to a crucial victory over the Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday.
If women’s hockey wants to even their score against the Guelph Gryphons, they’ll have to do it against one of the OUA’s top goaltenders.
Jamie Wright wasn’t recruited to play Gaels volleyball, but he knew he wanted to attend Queen’s.
While no shovels have hit the ground yet, the University is optimistic they’ll build the new Richardson Stadium without any negative impact on Gaels football.
One dominant quarter extended women’s basketball’s winning streak to five games.
Men’s basketball put further stress on their playoff hopes Saturday by dropping another winnable game.
A boost from the back end kept the Gaels in place as the OUA’s second-best women’s hockey team.
Women’s volleyball found themselves back in the win column last Friday.
Men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis called a huddle after her team’s loss to the McMaster Marauders on Sunday.
It took a mix of likely and unlikely heroes to snap men’s hockey’s six-game losing skid.
Men's basketball player receives scholarship, squash and fencing prepare for provincial tournaments
At any level of sports, seven consecutive seasons is a long time to be teammates.
Gary Gilks understands the balancing act his players go through.
A York Lions player kicked a sideline chair in frustration midway through his team’s loss to men’s volleyball on Sunday.
It’s odd to see positivity from a team on a long losing streak, but that’s what you’ll find from men’s hockey.
Matt Holmberg called the result of his team’s weekend games “ironic”.
Inconsistent play cost men’s basketball a winnable game Saturday against the Laurentian Voyageurs.
Women’s basketball prolonged their hot streak with a pair of home wins against northern Ontario opponents.
In a battle for a playoff spot, every game counts for women’s volleyball right now.
Men's volleyball, women's basketball and women's hockey in action over winter break
Taking a look at the Gaels winter varsity teams, midway through their seasons.
Ask men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson what he thinks about his team dropping their first two games of 2015 and you’ll get a short answer.
Fiona Lester has gone through serious upheaval on the ice this year.
Queen’s Board of Trustees has approved the multi-million dollar revitalization of Richardson Stadium, the University announced today.
An injury to a key player proved costly for women’s basketball last weekend.
After finding themselves on both sides of a fourth-quarter comeback over the weekend, men’s basketball finally got their first win of the year last night.
Youthful talent carried men’s volleyball to victory last Friday.
Queen’s made quick work of both their opponents this past weekend at the ARC.
Women’s hockey stayed among the top teams in the OUA with split results last weekend.
For a few moments, it appeared Darcy Greenaway’s late goal on Saturday would be enough to give men’s hockey their second win in two nights.
Ranking the fall Varsity teams
Facing a downtrodden opponent isn’t always easy, according to women’s volleyball head coach Michael Ling.
A promising start to men’s volleyball’s weekend was spoiled by a lackadaisical effort in their second match.
Second-half struggles paved the road to a winless weekend for men’s basketball.
It’s been win one game, lose the other for men’s hockey this season.
The Gaels’ rocky start to the season continued with split results at the ARC last weekend.
An offensive onslaught in the first period fueled women’s hockey’s most dominant performance of the season.
A shocking upset in their season opener spoiled women’s basketball’s northern road trip.
After a shaky start to the season, the Gaels got back on their feet with a win last weekend in Waterloo.
The Gaels played two games last weekend and found themselves on both sides of a lopsided result.
Women’s hockey suffered defeat in regulation for the first time this season last weekend.
After getting blanked last Friday, men’s hockey rebounded in spectacular fashion in a blowout win the following night.
The Gaels kept things close, but dropped their season opener last Friday.
Julie-Anne Staehli’s silver-medal run led Queen’s women to their second straight national bronze medal last Saturday.
It was a loss that sparked men’s rugby’s run to their third straight OUA title.
For the third year in a row, men's rugby claimed provincial supremacy at Nixon Field.
After kicking off their year with a pair of wins, women’s volleyball dropped two matches in their first taste of road action this season.
The rowing teams returned from the Canadian University Rowing Championships (CURC) with medals in two events, but without an overall podium finish.
Men’s hockey found themselves on both sides of comeback wins this weekend.
An ugly win and a shutout loss were the results of men’s volleyball’s Toronto road trip last weekend.
Off the heels of an OUA East title in 2013-14, a returning core has women’s basketball primed to thrive once again.
After being stuck behind the Carleton Ravens and Ottawa Gee-Gees in the OUA East, men’s basketball finally has a chance to break out.
After 130 minutes of action, women’s hockey came away with only two points from their northern road trip.
If men’s rugby triumphs in tomorrow’s OUA final, Andrew Carr and his teammates will once again experience the emotion of a league championship.
After cruising through their semi-final match, men’s rugby is one win away from a third straight OUA title.
The men’s rugby team has the opportunity to avenge their only loss of the regular season tomorrow.
While their goal was to make the OUA Final Four, men’s soccer still put forth a top-notch effort.
After an inconsistent regular season, a young women’s soccer squad fell short of their expected outcome.
It was a season of both triumphs and disappointments for women’s rugby in 2014.
While they weren’t expected to return to the Yates Cup this year, missing the post-season was a definite disappointment for the football team.
With no more than two games left in their time at Queen’s, several men’s rugby veterans are itching for one last championship.
Men’s volleyball winless, women’s volleyball undefeated after opening weekend
The rowing team returned from the OUA championships with two gold medals and a pair of overall podium finishes.
Men’s soccer’s 2014 season came to an end on Sunday with a loss in the OUA quarterfinal.
Another season of women’s soccer is in the books after a close loss to the Ottawa Gee-Gees.
Women’s rugby won’t have a chance to defend their CIS bronze medal after losing the OUA’s third-place match.
Home-field advantage helped the Gaels gain extra ground at the OUA cross country championships on Saturday.
Defensive play has been a hallmark for women’s hockey this season, and this weekend’s games continued that trend.
An inspired overtime performance gained men’s hockey one win this weekend, but they couldn’t maintain the momentum in their second game.
The Gaels played spoiler against the Carleton Ravens in their final game of the 2014 season.
Men’s rugby dominated a subpar opponent on Saturday to clinch top spot in the OUA.
After a one-year hiatus from the OUA playoffs, women’s volleyball will be in a battle to return to the post-season.
Brenda Willis and the men’s volleyball team have lofty ambitions this season.
Four straight successful penalty kicks sent women’s soccer to the OUA quarterfinals.
A brilliant 30-yard strike from Chris Wellsman pushed men’s soccer into the second round of the OUA playoffs.
Women’s hockey continued their hot start to the year with a nearly perfect performance Friday afternoon.
Men’s hockey managed their first two victories over this past week in a pair of close matchups.
A win in their final game of the regular season has women’s soccer on the right track heading into the playoffs.
Men’s soccer solidified their grasp on third place in the OUA standings heading into the first round of playoffs.
A back and forth match ended women’s rugby’s hopes for a second straight OUA championship.
A Homecoming win over the Western Mustangs (4-2-1) kept the Gaels atop the provincial standings heading into the season’s final game.
The Gaels salvaged some pride out of a frustrating season on Saturday, crushing the visiting York Lions 57-10.
An all-around dominant display made for a large margin of victory at Homecoming.
Alumni were treated this afternoon as men's rugby dominated the rival Western Mustangs at Nixon Field.
In an unexpected battle against the York Lions, the Gaels held on for victory in last Friday’s OUA quarterfinal.
Though it was too late to salvage their playoff hopes, the Gaels earned their first win of the 2014 season last Saturday.
There’ll be more than just first place on the line when men’s rugby hosts the Western Mustangs tomorrow on Nixon Field.
When men’s hockey hosts the Guelph Gryphons on Oct. 24, the hope is Carley Allison will be there to sing “O Canada”.
Queen’s men’s hockey team is heading into the upcoming season with high expectations.
Even with the departures of their top scorer and top goalie, women’s hockey remains among the OUA’s best squads.
Ask around campus who Queen’s biggest rival is and you’re likely to hear a rousing chorus of “Wuck Festern”.
For one month a year, another colour joins the Queen’s trifecta of red, blue and gold.
Men’s soccer clinched an easy win but was robbed of three points in their other weekend match.
On a chilly Saturday night under the lights, women’s rugby was able to beat their top rivals.
A win at home against a tough opponent kept Queen’s in the hunt for provincial supremacy.
Two wins up north brought women’s soccer’s record to 7-2-3 heading into the season’s final stretch.
A massive mid-week win lifted men’s soccer back into contention for a first-round playoff bye.
Women’s soccer only managed a single point on the road against the team they’re battling for third place in the OUA East.
After a loss to the McMaster Marauders snapped their 19-game winning streak, men’s rugby is looking to get back on the right track this weekend.
If there’s a group of carolers on your doorstep this year, it might just be the cross country team.
Men’s rugby saw their 19-game winning streak snapped on Sunday against the McMaster Marauders.
A hard-fought draw on the road and an easy home win netted women’s soccer four points over the weekend.
Men’s soccer fought hard but didn’t get the result they wanted, tying both their games.
In their first game back on Nixon Field in two weeks, women’s rugby reminded everyone why they’re one of the top teams in the country.
Against an undefeated team that had beaten its previous three opponents by an average of 44 points, the winless Gaels came up just short.
Losing to the McMaster Marauders tomorrow would drop Gaels football to their worst start since 2000.
With their young squad struggling through a winless stretch, Queen’s football has looked to a pair of veterans for leadership.
Men’s rugby stayed perfect in 2014 by gutting out a tight win on the road.
Two goals in the dying minutes spoiled the Gaels’ weekend trip to Toronto.
A Toronto road trip handed men’s soccer their first two losses of the season.
Women’s rugby bounced back on Saturday in record-setting fashion.
Queen’s football was on the wrong side of history in their 66-0 loss to Guelph on Saturday.
When Queen’s football faces a familiar foe on the road tomorrow, it’ll be with their playoff chances at stake.
For the second week in a row, men’s rugby dominated a team near the bottom of the standings.
An inefficient offence caused Queen’s to lose out on points in the OUA East standings.
A pair of weekend wins kept men’s soccer atop the OUA East.
Women’s rugby lost a nail-biter in their most important match of the regular season.
A disheartening loss to an archrival dropped the Gaels to 0-3 on the season on Saturday.
Offensive struggles and missed opportunities doomed the Gaels at Richardson Stadium on Saturday.
Saturday’s rematch of the 2013 Yates Cup will be the highlight of the Gaels’ regular season schedule.
For the first time in Gaels history, women’s rugby is returning to the field as champions.
Queen’s Athletics announced Wednesday that Gaels football will forfeit their first two games of the OUA season after dressing an academically ineligible player.
Queen's Athletics announced Wednesday that Gaels football will forfeit their first two games of the OUA season after dressing an academically ineligible player.
Behind the play of keeper Madison Tyrell, women’s soccer kept their perfect record intact.
Jacob Schroeter played the hero over the weekend, ensuring men’s soccer walked away with six points.
The Gaels rolled over their opponent on their first step towards a possible championship repeat.
Men’s rugby opened the OUA campaign with a shutdown performance on the road.
A fourth-quarter collapse snapped the Gaels’ 14-game winning streak at Richardson Stadium.
A fourth-quarter collapse stole a win away from the Gaels in today’s home opener.
A familiar face keyed Queen’s blowout victory over the RMC Paladins on Sunday.
A strong start and a fantastic finish was what it took for the Gaels to earn a hard-fought road win over the Windsor Lancers in week one of OUA football action.
Playing at both ends of Kingston, men’s soccer snagged four points out of possible six in their opening games.
One of the most stressful moments of many parents’ lives is helping their children decide where to go for university.
Of the four Gaels selected in May’s CFL’s draft, two have found steady homes on professional rosters.
Three Queen's teams add recruits, while another team's coach steps down.
Recruits, coaching changes and OUA basketball.
A year after no Queen’s players were taken in the CFL Draft, four Gaels are on their way to the big show.
Men’s volleyball head coach Brenda Willis has seen a lot since taking the helm back in 1987.
You wouldn’t scream obscenities at a person on the street, so what makes it acceptable to do it to someone wearing another school’s jersey?
Queen’s has locked down a lead football stadium donor.
Ranking Queen's winter varsity teams.
The road to the 2014 CFL draft will heat up this weekend for two top Gaels prospects.
A pair of losses at the national championships couldn’t dampen the success women’s basketball achieved this year.
Queen’s could soon take a major step towards replacing Richardson Stadium.
Caitlyn Lahonen was fed up with the NCAA.
This weekend’s women’s basketball national championships will give Queen’s a chance for redemption.
Queen’s was 0.4 seconds from a division title. After overtime, they won it anyway.
It was their best season in decades, but this wasn’t how men’s hockey wanted it to end.
Former Gael Justin Chapdelaine is on his way to the pros.
Even after an off-season overhaul, women’s hockey came heartbreakingly close to defending their OUA title this season.
They won national gold and bronze on an outdoor trail last fall. Now, Julie-Anne Staehli and Victoria Coates could reach similar heights indoors.
Battling injuries and long losing streaks, men’s volleyball was unable to recreate last year’s top-four finish and bowed out in the first round of the playoffs.
Don’t let this year’s record fool you: the Gaels improved significantly from last season.
Tomorrow night, women’s basketball will play in their first division final in over a decade.
Riding high after a playoff series win, men’s hockey is now on the brink of elimination.
When Jessica Wakefield scored in overtime on Wednesday night, she gave Queen’s a heart-stopping flashback to three years ago.
After struggling through an injury-plagued campaign, women’s volleyball capped the year off with an inspiring performance against the OUA’s top team.
They’re one of sports’ rarest contradictions: experienced rookies.
The Gaels dropped decisions to the country’s top teams in their final homestand of the year.
The Gaels are finally in first place in the OUA East.
The women’s volleyball team went out on a high note on Sunday to close off their season.
Men’s volleyball punched their ticket to the playoffs by sweeping both their weekend matches.
A third straight weekend split dropped women’s hockey to fourth in the OUA heading into the playoffs.
Fresh off its most disappointing loss of the season, men’s hockey earned its most satisfying victory of the year.
Liz Boag wasn’t sure she had what it took to play at the university level.
The Gaels are 9-9 in men’s basketball’s OUA East, the toughest division in CIS sports.
In a game hyped for its fanfare and history, the men’s hockey team suffered a heartbreaking loss to the RMC Paladins.
Women’s volleyball won’t return to the OUA playoffs this season.
Men’s volleyball is on the inside track to the playoffs after a predictable weekend split.
Despite again coming up short against a top-10 opponent, women’s hockey has clinched home-ice advantage for the first round of the OUA playoffs.
Men’s hockey picked up a critical four points over the weekend to pull themselves out of fourth place.
Women’s basketball fully returned to their winning ways, prevailing twice last weekend to extend their streak to three straight victories.
The ARC was rocking Saturday night as Roshane Roberts’ last second heroics lifted men’s basketball to a perfect weekend.
Queen’s football has signed its first recruit of 2014.
Joe Zupo’s professional chance has arrived.
Tomorrow, one of the OUA’s biggest offensive threats will be back in full force.
A fourth-quarter collapse stole a perfect weekend away from the Gaels against two perennial playoff teams.
On the toughest road trip possible in CIS play, the Gaels dropped two decisions.
The Gaels got caught sleeping up north last weekend, before scaring a top club in Toronto.
Looking strictly at the box scores, it appears men’s hockey has gone through a January rough patch.
Eyeing the final playoff spot in the OUA East, women’s volleyball scored a massive upset win on the road.
Women’s hockey took advantage of familiar surroundings in their final home games of the regular season.
From the playground in the second grade to the pinnacle of high school basketball, Roshane Roberts and Cy Samuels have followed the same journey.
Hockey, basketball and volleyball playoff prognostications.
Men’s hockey earned two key points in a midweek victory over their oldest rivals.
Their title isn’t flashy, but Gaels assistant coaches play invaluable roles on their teams.
Another 1-1 weekend kept men’s volleyball in playoff contention.
Men’s basketball’s play went south on their road trip up north last weekend.
They suffered a tight defeat on Friday, but men’s hockey rallied the next day to claim a shutout victory.
The injury-plagued women’s volleyball team bounced back with a win against the Western Mustangs this weekend, after suffering a narrow defeat at the hands of the Windsor Lancers the day before.
The Gaels are back to their winning ways after a perfect weekend record.
Queen’s football is facing the bittersweet departure of a key member of its coaching staff.
Women’s volleyball had a win and loss in their return to OUA competition after promising holiday results.
Women’s basketball’s five-game winning streak came to a screeching halt at home.
Men’s basketball found themselves on both sides of 20-point blowouts last weekend.
After a strong exhibition showing, women’s hockey kept the momentum going in their return to OUA play.
Men’s volleyball played above their 5-7 record last weekend, hanging with a top OUA club and sweeping a close rival.
Men’s hockey finally fell short in regulation.
The Gaels are finally healthy and winning.
The York Lions roared past the Gaels last Saturday, winning the second part of an extended home-and-home series against the men’s basketball team.
It was the perfect way to ring in the new year for the men’s hockey team.
Instead of heading south for the winter holidays, the men’s volleyball team set their sights to the east.
Even with her equipment in the Hockey Hall of Fame and an OUA MVP award, Morgan McHaffie’s greatest feat isn’t an individual one.
The Gaels were unable to put away sets in Toronto this weekend.
Ranking the fall varsity teams.
The Gaels won and lost against some of the top competition in the OUA.
It was a tale of two skill-sets for the Gaels at home last weekend.
With nine games to go, women’s hockey could be en route to another league banner.
The Gaels upset two top-tier teams over the weekend.
It’s been an eventful and historic fall for men’s hockey.
Women’s basketball’s inability to close cost them a perfect weekend.
With their eyes on the fourth spot in the OUA East, women’s volleyball is hoping to make a mark in the coming weeks as they face tough inter-division competition.
Men’s basketball faced highs and lows last weekend, losing by double digits before pulling out a tight road win.
An injury-hampered men’s volleyball squad fell twice in straight sets this weekend, sliding to 3-3 after back-to-back road losses.
Men’s hockey played a pair of overtime games this weekend, leading to mixed results.
For the first time this season, women’s hockey fell in regulation.
Men's volleyball wins and loses, while rowing hits nationals.
Two podium finishes won Queen’s women a bronze medal at the CIS championships.
A young Gaels squad provided tough competition in a loss to the province’s top team.
Mackenzie Simpson kept up his scoring prowess on the road last weekend.
Queen’s earned a hard-fought victory and the easiest two points of the season last weekend.
The Gaels shot themselves out of a perfect start to the regular season last weekend.
Women’s hockey is atop the OUA again after a blowout win and a last-minute goal.
For a season that ended in a championship blowout, Queen’s 2013 football campaign was still entertaining and a general success.
With a chance to win their first Yates Cup since 2009, Queen’s fell flat in the OUA championship.
Women’s hockey kept a hold on first place in the OUA with a three-point weekend road trip.
Gaels women’s rugby returned home from Quebec City last weekend with the first national medal in program history.
An uneven 2013 season plagued by injury ended last weekend when Queen’s women’s soccer fell in the OUA Final Four.
Men’s hockey continues to be stymied by the shootout.
Rookies Abby Dixon and Andrea Priamo shone in their OUA debuts, as women’s basketball was perfect on their opening weekend.
Four years after their last Yates Cup appearance, Queen’s will again face off against the archrival Western Mustangs in the OUA championship game.
Men’s rugby did it again.
Gaels football is Yates Cup-bound after defeating the Guelph Gryphons 34-17 in the OUA semi-finals.
For the second year in a row, men’s rugby claimed OUA supremacy with a victory over the Western Mustangs.
Championships are within arms length for men's and women's rugby.
The location has changed since last year, but the stakes are the same.
Men's and women's basketball tip off at home tonight.
This year, men’s soccer was unable to build on last season’s success.
After a stunning upset of the top-ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees last Sunday, Queen’s will play in the OUA Final Four for the fifth straight season.
Men’s volleyball opens with a win, while women’s volleyball splits their opening weekend.
Despite standout performances from top runners, neither cross-country team found the podium at the OUA championships this weekend.
Matt Christie reigned over Ontario on Sunday.
A late equalizer wasn’t enough to save men’s soccer in the OUA quarterfinals.
Women’s soccer shocked the nation’s top team to advance to the OUA Final Four.
Men’s hockey continued their winning ways with a pair of victories on the road over the weekend.
The Gaels pulled off the biggest victory in program history on Saturday, winning their first-ever OUA championship.
The Gaels came out of the weekend with a win and an overtime loss, extending their point streak to seven games.
For the second straight year, all that stands in the way of an OUA men’s rugby win for Queen’s is the Western Mustangs.
Women’s rugby claimed their first-ever OUA championship today, ending the Guelph Gryphons’ five-year reign atop the OUA.
Nate Kerstens’ mind immediately turned to Bishop’s.
Kristian Zanette’s late heroics saved the Gaels on Wednesday.
Five players scored Wednesday afternoon as Queen’s rolled on to the next stage of the playoffs.
Men's and women's volleyball previews.
Of all the awards she’s picked up over her cross-country career, Victoria Coates is proudest of one that came in the classroom.
Women’s rugby has clinched a spot in the OUA finals thanks to an exceptional performance on Saturday led by third-year centre Lauren McEwen.
Men’s rugby capped off a perfect regular season in style.
Women’s hockey pulled out a win in what will probably be their strangest home game of the year.
Men’s hockey mustered three out of four potential points in their first homestand of the season.
Women’s soccer finished the regular season with a weekend of draws.
The Gaels slayed the beast on Saturday, defeating the Guelph Gryphons 37-23 in their final game of regular season football.
Men’s soccer enters the post-season in search of consistent scoring.
Queen’s took care of business in their second Homecoming game, closing out the regular season with a statement win.
Men's hockey, women's hockey and women's soccer.
Minutes from earning six weekend points, the men’s soccer team instead conceded six late goals.
This weekend’s Homecoming football game against the Guelph Gryphons won’t only offer the Gaels a chance at a bye, but a shot at redemption.
Men’s rugby is a win away from their first perfect regular season since 2009.
Playoffs are here, and so is Queen’s offence.
Both at home and overseas, Meghan Robinson is picking up where her dad left off.
The Gaels women’s rugby team is one win away from heading to CIS nationals for the third time in four seasons.
Women's soccer ties in Ottawa, while men's soccer loses.
Our apathetic student body hinders athletics programs at Queen’s.
Men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson has reason to believe 2013-14 will be a special season for the Gaels.
The wolf and the shark unite at Richardson Stadium.
On a field lined with a sea of tricolour, men’s rugby reaffirmed their spot atop the OUA.
Men’s soccer erased 90 minutes of frustration in a matter of seconds.
Women’s soccer faltered against the country’s best team last weekend.
On Homecoming weekend, Queen’s completed a furious comeback on a crazy, but heads-up play in overtime.
Women’s rugby wrapped up their undefeated regular season in style on Saturday, with a convincing 45-12 win over the Waterloo Warriors.
A rebuilt women’s hockey team came up just short in their season opener Friday.
In a game plagued by mistakes, it took the craziest play of the day for Queen’s to put Laurier away.
The Queen’s Gaels (6-1-3) kept a clean sheet against the RMC Paladins (2-7-1) on Wednesday for their second straight 8-0 win.
Despite the loss of several important veterans, women’s hockey could still be repeat OUA champions.
Five years and one week since Queen’s last reunion game, Richardson Stadium will once again be full for Homecoming.
As Queen’s pushes for a Yates Cup on the football field, campus broadcasters are expanding their coverage on the sidelines.
Despite hosting the tournament, Queen’s Ultimate teams ended up falling short at the Canadian Eastern University Ultimate Championships (CEUUC).
Men’s rugby secured its position at the top of the OUA in commanding fashion.
After a shutout victory, women’s rugby is now a single win away from going undefeated in the regular season for the second straight year.
After a disappointing pair of games last weekend, the Gaels more than redeemed themselves on Saturday.
Chris Michael’s 85th-minute goal was all the Gaels needed to achieve a hard-fought victory.
A slow start and lack of red zone production ultimately proved the Gaels’ downfall in their first loss of the season.
Queen’s let an opportunity to move up the OUA standings slip through its grasp this week.
Jenna Adams came to Queen’s to play volleyball. Three weeks later, she’s switched from land to water, swapped a ball for an oar — and transformed from veteran to beginner.
It’s said defence wins championships, but a little offensive consistency doesn’t hurt either.
The legend of Boo Hoo the Bear is boundless, and has puzzled university archivists and historians alike.
Adam McQueen is following in the footsteps of a superstar teammate.
Women’s hockey will be facing stiff competition when they host the inaugural Queen’s Invitational tournament this weekend.
Bad weather in the nation’s capital didn’t stop Queen’s from remaining undefeated this season.
A second-half scoring explosion drove women’s rugby to victory on Friday.
Men’s soccer’s fortunes mirrored the weather this weekend at West Campus.
Despite poor weather conditions, men’s rugby was able to extend their season-long shutout streak to three games – and set up a crucial showdown with a hated rival.
A lack of scoring ability doomed women’s soccer in their first weekend homestand.
In a sport slowly becoming an afterthought, Queen’s is looking to continue their newfound success.
Many former soccer players convert to football, but few turn to rugby. Gaels fourth-year lock Bronwyn Corrigan is a rare exception to the rule.
Men’s rugby rolls 173 players deep.
Home-course advantage led the Gaels to victory in their first competition of the season.
Queen’s first doubleheader of 2013 produced their best showing of the young OUA season.
Queen’s is still unbeaten this season ― but their latest road trip didn’t produce fully desired results.
A surprisingly feisty York Lions team gave Queen’s a tougher-than-expected challenge this weekend.
The defending OUA champions rolled over their second opponent of the season on Sunday.
Walk on, give it your best effort and walk out.
After three seasons as men’s soccer captain, Joe Zupo has an opportunity to go pro.
Steve Boyd hasn’t run competitively for Queen’s since 1987 — but he still gets plenty of exercise on race days.
Organizational depth has bred an unlikely dynasty at Queen’s.
A complete team win against a pesky opponent leaves Queen’s at 3-0 and tied for first in the OUA.
Queen’s kept pace with their biggest challenger in the OUA last weekend.
After a tough loss in their season opener, men's soccer is in the win column for the first time this year.
Men’s rugby annihilated the Laurier Golden Hawks last weekend, thanks in large part to a key veteran.
Facing what will be their toughest test of the 2013 regular season, Queen’s took early control of the OUA East division.
Gauging Queen's competition for the 2013 Yates Cup.
Previewing Queen's 2013 fall seasons.
It wasn’t pretty, but Queen’s finally beat the defending Yates Cup champions — with massive help from their defence.
Gaels soccer won and lost Wednesday night at a West Campus doubleheader against the Carleton Ravens.
Richardson Stadium’s safety issues will be resolved in time for football season – at the cost of over a thousand lost seats.
In its second season of play, Kingston FC has enjoyed a complete reversal of fortunes.
Former Queen’s players have made a name for themselves in pro football — especially in Saskatchewan.
Two OUA titles in three seasons have made recruiting a little easier for Matt Holmberg.
Three Queen’s teams announced the arrival of new recruits in May, with each program harbouring different hopes for the upcoming season.
After five years, being a varsity athlete becomes such an integral part of your self-identity that it can be hard to let go.
Varsity athletes are on a very short leash.
Queen’s sailing team will have to settle for a consolation prize.
The road to peak conditioning doesn’t end with the final repetition at the gym.
Onlookers couldn’t possibly ignore the lime green lacrosse game.
Men’s fencing topped all Gaels club teams once again.
There was a time that the janitor’s closet served as a changing room for Shawna Griffin.
The women’s soccer team cleaned up again, collecting two of the six major prizes awarded at the 77th annual Colour Awards on Wednesday night.
It was all-around excellence that led the women’s hockey team to victory.
Former 100m sprinter Carlin Isles abruptly made the switch from track to rugby sevens.
Queen’s squash players are getting paid to play at the highest levels.
Matt Holmberg has quickly become one of Queen’s most decorated bench bosses.
Sports Editor Peter Morrow sizes up hockey, volleyball and basketball team performances this winter.
TORONTO — Canadian women’s hockey icons were in direct competition at CIS nationals.
TORONTO — CIS nationals were filled with heartbreak for the women’s hockey team.
It starts in a dark room.
Women’s hockey’s dream season came to an end in the fifth-place game at nationals.
Queen's lost 5-4 in overtime to the Calgary Dinos today at the CIS women's hockey national championships.
After three tight periods and nearly eight minutes of overtime, women’s hockey came up short in the opening game of the CIS Championships.
While wrestling flounders on an international stage, Gaels athletes are trying to grow the sport at Queen’s.
Queen’s athletes can’t cross over like they used to: it has to be one sport or the other.
Greg Faulkner regained his passion for basketball by returning to his roots.
Women’s hockey is heading back to CIS nationals.
There wasn’t a championship hangover for the women’s volleyball team — but there wasn’t much of a playoff run, either.
An inexperienced roster had most people counting out men’s volleyball early this season.
Women’s basketball stumbled down the stretch, but made up for it in the first round of the playoffs.
Men’s basketball had nowhere to go but up, and a radically revamped roster delivered just that.
A lack of goal-scoring ultimately doomed the men’s hockey team.
The women’s hockey team is one win away from OUA gold.
Kingston’s pro soccer team will take full advantage of Queen’s soccer resources.
For a lawyer in the making, a prolific hockey career is nearing its final days.
Setting the playoff picture for Gaels basketball and volleyball.
The women’s hockey team’s veteran corps is priming for one last shot.
A monster weekend from Nikola Misljencevic couldn’t stop Queen’s late-season slide.
Both volleyball teams capped off their OUA seasons on the road.
Men’s hockey wrapped up their regular season in underwhelming fashion.
The Gaels broke out of a lengthy funk, clinching a playoff spot along the way.
A familiar 6’6” presence returned to the court last weekend.
Wrapping up the weekend in Gaels action.
Fourth-year co-captain Sydney Kernahan may have played her final home game on Saturday.
The playoff picture hasn’t become any clearer for the women’s hockey team.
A bad bounce in overtime damned the Gaels in their final regular season home game.
The Gaels have secured home-court advantage for their first-round playoff matchup.
Queen’s triumphed last night in a matchup of the world’s oldest hockey rivals.
Head coach Brett Gibson’s group has three games to boost confidence before playoffs.
Men’s basketball alumni will be in town tomorrow to remember and celebrate the life of a fallen teammate.
A brief version of sports news around campus.
The Gaels finally met their match against the first-place Ottawa Gee-Gees.
Queen’s played smart defence to earn a road win without two crucial scorers.
Head coach Dave Wilson wasn’t pleased with his team’s performance last weekend.
Friday’s tilt in Guelph was a humbling experience for the women’s hockey team.
The Gaels followed up an outstanding win with a costly loss on Saturday.
The Gaels’ bench sat in stunned silence as the RMC Paladins mobbed at centre ice.
Kate McKenna, ArtSci ’09, has travelled around the world solo with a video camera.
The Ottawa Gee-Gees and the Carleton Ravens capitalized on the depleted, injury-ravaged Gaels over the weekend.
The men’s basketball team hit a roadblock against the CIS first- and 10th-ranked teams.
Mike Tomlinson and Jackson Dakin rallied the Gaels to a crucial comeback win against the Windsor Lancers.
The women’s hockey team felt a hiccup en route to first place in the OUA.
The defending OUA champions’ win streak just reached eight.
A couple key bounces cost a determined Gaels squad on Tuesday night.
Jason Jones plays his part for the love of the game.
A pair of timely three-pointers from Greg Faulkner helped the men’s basketball team to an 84-82 win Saturday over the Laurentian Voyageurs.
Wing Jenny Wright is rising to the occasion.
The women’s hockey team is back on top in the OUA.
The Gaels took home two hard-fought wins this weekend, but their play left much to be desired.
Last year’s top scoring trio re-emerged, helping the Gaels start 2013 with a weekend split.
More and more Gaels personalities are joining twitter. We've selected the top ones.
A visual breakdown of CIS football programs' resources
The Canadian Hockey League (CHL) has been Canada’s stepping stone for junior hockey players looking to play professionally for 37 years.
Men's basketball and men's hockey.
Ranking Queen's fall varsity teams.
Women’s volleyball head coach Joely Christian-Macfarlane reflects positively on her team’s first semester of play.
Head coach Dave Wilson thinks his team should have beaten the Brock Badgers last Friday, despite Brock’s perfect record.
The Gaels have exceeded expectations through the first half of the season. Short-term success has suddenly changed the team’s long-term perspective.
It’s been 10 periods since the women’s hockey team last gave up a goal.
Another dominant defensive performance led the Gaels to their third straight victory last Friday night.
Queen’s secured a thrilling win last Friday in a game that came down to the wire.
The only teams better than Queen’s right now are undefeated.
The Gaels have won more games than all of last season after defeating a nationally-ranked opponent.
Men's and women's volleyball
Splitting a weekend’s games is becoming an all too familiar result for the Gaels.
The Gaels were a few baskets away from a perfect home weekend.
The women’s hockey team found themselves back on the right track last weekend.
The men’s basketball team has already matched their win total from last season.
The 2012 campaign showed why Queen’s women’s soccer program continues to be a national powerhouse.
The OUA basketball season tipped off last weekend with just one Kingston team.
Everything fell into place for the women’s soccer team, at just the right time.
The men’s soccer team’s surprising season is finally over.
The women’s volleyball team had mixed results this past weekend
Gaining match experience is still a priority for the rebuilding men’s volleyball team.
A look-ahead at the men's and women's basketball seasons.
It was a break-out year for women’s rugby, despite a disappointing grand finale.
Two men’s rugby heavyweights will duke it out for the OUA crown this Sunday at Nixon Field.
Trailing by 22 points to start the fourth quarter last Saturday, Guelph fought back from the brink of elimination.
Gunning for a three-peat, the Gaels have secured their place in the national semifinal.
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.
A faultless performance has Queen’s positioned for a shot at revenge.
The Gaels’ rowing team thrived under hostile weather conditions.
The Gaels nearly dethroned the five-time defending OUA champions at Nixon Field.
The Gaels are heading to the OUA Final Four after squeaking by the Toronto Varsity Blues in sudden-death penalty shots on Sunday.
The 2012 campaign looked all but over for the women’s soccer team.
Illustrating the Gaels' fall playoff picture.
Far away from home, Shingo Tanaka still feels comfortable on the lacrosse field.
The men’s soccer team won’t rest on their laurels just yet.
Women's basketball and men's hockey.
Queen’s overcame some scares at home to keep their early winning streak alive.
A draw felt like a win for the Gaels over the weekend.
The undermanned Gaels overpowered the Brock Badgers 55-10 on Saturday.
Head coach Brenda Willis said it last March, and her opinion hasn’t wavered since: the goal for this year’s men’s volleyball program is simply to make the playoffs.
The men’s soccer team closed out their 11-1-2 season with a dominant 4-1 win over the Trent Excalibur on Sunday.
The Gaels have qualified for the CIS Women’s Rugby Championship for the second time in team history.
Queen’s final regular season win may have come with severe repercussions.
Projecting the fall OUA championships.
Men's rugby, cross country and volleyball.
Queen’s rowing teams aren’t favourites, but they’re in fine form heading into the season’s biggest competition.
Bad weather and playing conditions didn’t faze the Gaels en route to a weekend sweep of Northern Ontario teams.
A little extra motivation helped Queen’s blank the York Lions 3-0 in their home opener on Saturday night.
The Queen’s Gaels shook off some rust by beating the Ryerson Rams 6-3 in their season opener on Friday night.
Queen’s has secured first place in their division, but they’re aiming even higher.
Claragh Pegg believes this year’s women’s rugby team has the chemistry necessary to succeed.
For nearly two full quarters on Saturday, Queen’s was on the verge of locking down second place in the OUA. Then it all fell apart.
A pair of goals from Lucas Lobo helped secure four points for the men’s soccer team last weekend.
The Gaels are searching for a firmer grip on tight games.
The undefeated Queen’s Gaels can finally shift their focus to the post-season.
Queen’s has set the stage for a pivotal matchup with the Guelph Gryphons tomorrow.
There’s no easy answer for the men’s soccer team’s breakout season.
Queen’s is still searching for a consistent performance.
Saturday’s men’s rugby fixture saw the official unveiling of two products: Nixon Field’s grand opening held prior to the game, and a complete Gaels lineup.
It wasn’t pretty, but Queen’s came out with a 2-1 win.
The men’s soccer team is back on top.
The women’s rugby team spoiled Trent University’s Homecoming last Friday night.
Queen’s nearly choked away a substantial lead, barely hanging on to beat the winless Ottawa Gee-Gees 32-25 on Saturday.
What a difference a year makes.
Queen’s won their most important game of the regular season in convincing fashion.
Brutal weather conditions didn’t stop the country’s sixth-ranked women’s soccer team from putting up impressive numbers.
The men’s rugby home opener was a nail-biter, from opening kickoff to the bitter end.
Billy McPhee thinks Queen’s can do better.
Goalkeeper Dylan Maxwell extended his shutout streak to four games this weekend, keeping Queen’s undefeated season alive.
Men's and women's rugby will play the biggest games of their seasons on Saturday.
What happens on the pitch, stays on the pitch.”
Mike Wilton’s first encounter with the intensity of cheerleading came during his first-year tryout for Queen’s.
Queen’s was victorious at home on Saturday, winning the Queen’s Invitational at Fort Henry Hill to open the OUA cross country season.
A couple hundred loyal fans skipped a low-scoring football game to witness a women’s rugby scoring clinic.
The women’s soccer team has delivered similar results their last two weekends of play.
Queen’s 45th all-time victory over Western was hardly a classic, but the Gaels managed to pass their first test of the 2012 season.
A tremendous effort from Queen’s defence led the Gaels to an 18-11 victory over Western on Saturday.
A visual look at the Queen's-Western football programs in head-to-head historical comparisons
Queen’s and Western are separated by just one spot in the national football rankings. Tomorrow, they’ll face off at Richardson Stadium — and in doing so, set the tone for the 2012 season.
Having lost nearly its entire core to graduation, the men’s volleyball team has brought in a strong five-man recruiting class — one with a distinct international flavour.
Former Gaels wide receiver Brad Smith has been chosen to star on the first season of The Bachelor Canada. While Smith’s career path is unconventional for a former CIS athlete, it’s not uncommon for Queen’s athletes to experience fame following their Gaels careers.
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.
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.
Gaels win CIS quarter-final over Alberta Golden Bears in front of record-setting crowd at the ARC.
Despite being heavy underdogs, the men's volleyball team beats the Western Mustangs to win a provincial title
Queen's men's volleyball beats Western to take OUA title.
My sheltered experience as a first-year made me doubt my potential to have any value as a Gael.
Women's soccer beats Montreal Carabins in penalty kicks to become first-ever Queen's women's team to win two consecutive CIS Championships.
Western beats Queen's 21-15 in OUA final
Gaels beat the Ottawa Gee-Gees in penalty kicks to secure second consecutive appearance at national final.
First year is one of the most socially unique and intense experiences most students will ever have. I urge first years to embrace this aspect of their education.
Saturday’s game was impressive, but fans shouldn’t get excited until the Gaels beat a better team.
With only three returning defenders from 2010, there was uncertainty surrounding the men’s soccer team’s defence. But the back line posted a second consecutive shutout in the Gaels’ 3-0 win over the Trent Excalibur at Richardson Stadium on Sunday. Peter Christidis, Mac Ojiaku and Nick Pateras scored for the Gaels.
The men’s rugby team won their season opener with a dramatic margin, beating the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 71-0 on Saturday at Tindall Field. 11 different players scored tries in the game.
Former Queen's football player Matt O'Donnell signs with the Cincinnati Bengals. O'Donnell was drafted by Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders in May, but he skipped the team's training camp to pursue other options.
Lineman Matt O’Donnell was drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders last month and was scheduled to attend rookie training camp in Regina today. Instead, the 6’10" athlete flew to Boston for a tryout with the Celtics.
As the weather dropped below freezing, the Gaels turned up the heat in courts and arenas both home and away. Journal photographers Justin Tang and Balpreet Kukreja followed the action throughout the term.
The Journal’s Sports staff Kate Bascom and Lauri Kytömaa look back at the Gaels’ winter season.
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The sights and sounds of the Queen's Gaels' Vanier Cup victory over the University of Calgary Dinos Saturday Nov. 28th, 2009 at Laval University. Video by Tyler Ball with stills from Christine Blais and Tyler Ball Music: Justice - Phantom Pt. II