CAPE BRETON, NS – Three of four consolation games in the U SPORTS women’s soccer national championships, the bronze medal game included, needed penalty shootouts to decide their winners. Both consolation semifinals and the bronze medal match went the distance. These results were in part due to the fact there are no extra time periods in consolation games, instead skipping right to penalty kicks. The … Continue reading WSOC: Laval, Queen’s end seasons on winning notes
News, notes and quotes from Day 2 in Cape Breton. Continue reading WSOC: Queen’s, Cape Breton wins set up unofficial AUS/OUA title game Saturday
All the news, notes and quotes from Cape Breton. Continue reading WSOC: CanWest, RSEQ squads will play for medals at soccer nationals
KINGSTON, ON – The Queen’s Gaels women’s rugby team clinched their first-ever U SPORTS championship in the comfort (or discomfort due to the weather) of their own home Sunday afternoon. They defeated the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees 26-18 to capture the Molinex Trophy. U SPORTS MVP Sophie de Goede put up a masterful performance, leading the way for Queen’s with a try, a conversion and … Continue reading GOLDEN GAELS: Queen’s outlasts Ottawa on wet home turf to win U SPORTS title
A quiet day offensively from Carleton helped Queen’s take a win on opening weekend in OUA Continue reading A quiet Carleton offence helps Queen’s take an Opening Day win.
Jonathan Yantsis becomes the Gaels’ seventh recruit of the offseason. Continue reading U SPORTS MHKY: Gaels Land OHL 50 Goalscorer Jonathan Yantsis
The OUA men’s hockey season has wrapped up and the playoff brackets have been set. 49 Sport will be previewing each matchup and will provide in-depth analysis to set up a very exciting postseason. Continue reading U Sports MHKY Playoff Preview: UQTR vs. Queens