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OUA Men’s Rugby All-Stars and Coach of the Year at RMC

On Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced the league All-Stars and major award winners, days after the RMC Paladins qualified for the Rugby Canada University National Championship. RMC’s Thomas Weissenborn, Brayden Gray, Matthew Young, and Glenn Butler were named OUA East All-Stars, while head coach Sean McDonaugh earned his second career OUA

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RMC planning full in-person classes by January 2022

The Royal Military College (RMC) is planning a full return to in-person classes for its undergraduate student population by January 2022. This information comes after months of near-silence from military university, who were unable to respond to media inquires during the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year. This was due

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OUA releases 2021 football schedule, Gaels to play six games

Ontario University Athletics (OUA) has released their 2021 University Football schedule. The season will see each school play six games over a seven-week period, which is down from the usual eight games over nine weeks. The Queen’s Golden Gaels will open their season on the road in Ottawa on Saturday,

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University sports competitions cancelled for winter term

The Ontario University Athletics (OUA) association, in conjunction with U SPORTS, the national governing body of university sport in Canada, have announced the cancellation of all sanctioned sport programming and championship play, up to March 31, 2021.  This cancellation is not unexpected, considering the current COVID-19 climate across Canada. In

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Three local students named captain of RMC Paladins varsity teams

Three Kingstonians have been named captains of their respective varsity teams for the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) Paladins during the 2020-21 school year. Dylan Hoare, Jenna Kane, and Chris Paquette will captain teams in soccer, fencing and hockey respectively. Dylan Hoare – Soccer In men’s soccer, former Holy

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Ontario University Athletics cancels fall sports

The Ontario University Athletics association, in conjunction with U SPORTS, the national governing body of university sport in Canada, have announced the cancellation of all league-sanctioned play, including championships, for fall 2020.  Winter sports, including hockey and volleyball, which typically kick off in the fall, will not commence before Friday,

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Gaels Women’s Cross Country team wins OUA Championships

While it was a busy weekend for a number of the Queen’s Gaels teams, the Cross Country Teams had an incredible weekend and the Women’s team brought home the OUA Championship banner for the third year in a row. Sisters Branna and Brogan MacDougall managed to take the second and

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John Curcio joins Gaels men’s basketball program as assistant coach

Queen’s Gaels men’s basketball head coach Stephan Barrie announced Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2019 that John Curcio will be joining the men’s basketball staff as assistant coach. “John is a hard-working, energetic, and passionate coach which fits well with the qualities we value in our program,” said head coach Stephan Barrie

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Gaels ready for big weekend in men’s hockey and volleyball

It’s a big weekend ahead for the Queen’s Gaels and their fans, and both the Men’s Hockey and Men’s Volleyball teams host cup championships on Saturday, Mar. 9, 2019. The Gaels Men’s Hockey team will host the Queen’s Cup for the first time in 30 years on Saturday, bringing the

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Gaels happenings: Big wins for Gaels Squash teams, Men’s Volleyball team to host Forsyth Cup

On top of the Queen’s Men’s Hockey team defeating the Carleton Ravens to put them in line to host the Queen’s Cup on Saturday, Mar. 9, 2019, the Gaels have seen some massive wins, and one team’s season come to an end over the past weekend. MEN’S VOLLEYBALL – Gaels

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