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Gaels win consolation final at CIS women's soccer  November 16th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Queen’s Golden Gaels are coming home from the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s soccer championship tournament as the fifth-ranked team in the country. The Gaels ended there after they defeated the Atlantic conference champion Cape Breton Capers 2-1 in the... [Read More]
Gaels reach consolation final after shootout victory  November 14th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels will play for fifth place Saturday at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s soccer championship tournament in Vancouver. For the second time in as many days, the Gaels and their opponent, in this case the Calgary Dinos, were deadlocked after regulation... [Read More]
Gaels lose in a shootout at CIS women's soccer tournament  November 13th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels have been relegated to the consolation round of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s soccer championship tournament, after they bowed 2-1 to the Sherbrooke vert et or in a quarter-final game played in a downpour Thursday night in Vancouver. The teams... [Read More]
Gaels to open CIS tournament Thursday against Sherbrooke  November 12th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels begin play Thursday as the No. 3 seed at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s soccer championship tournament in Vancouver. The Gaels begin the quest for their first national title since 2011 against the sixth-seeded Sherbrooke vert et or, the Quebec... [Read More]
Queen's wins OUA women's soccer championship  November 8th, 2015
A goal by Tara Bartram in the game’s 69th minute gave the Queen’s Golden Gaels a 1-0 victory over the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, and the Ontario University Athletics women’s soccer championship, Sunday afternoon in Ottawa. Queen’s goalkeeper Madison Tyrell made six... [Read More]
Gaels qualify for CIS championship; will play for OUA gold Sunday  November 8th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels found themselves in familiar territory Saturday afternoon, and perhaps because they're comfortable playing there, they’re going back to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s soccer championship tournament. The Gaels, going to overtime for the sixth... [Read More]
Queen's women advance; men's season ends with loss at Toronto  November 2nd, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels peppered Laurentian Voyageurs goalkeeper Richele Greenwood with 16 shots and they emerged from their Ontario University Athletics women’s soccer quarter-final match in Sudbury Sunday afternoon with a 2-1 victory. The win gives Queen’s a berth in the... [Read More]
Gaels bound for men's soccer quarter-finals  October 29th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels rode a five-save goalkeeping performance from Kingston Collegiate grad Taylor Reynolds and two first-half goals to a 2-1 victory over the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks in the opening game of the Ontario University Athletics men’s soccer playoffs Wednesday afternoon... [Read More]
Queen's women gain overtime victory at Toronto  October 29th, 2015
A goal by Tara Bartram with less than five minutes left in the second overtime period gave the Queen’s Golden Gaels a 1-0 victory over the Toronto Blues in an Ontario University Athletics women’s soccer playoff game Wednesday in Toronto. The victory puts the Gaels, who have had... [Read More]
Queen's men, women embark on soccer playoffs  October 27th, 2015
Whatever you do, don’t buy Dave McDowell any ties for Christmas. He’s received quite enough of them this fall, thank you. As a result, the Queen’s Golden Gaels coach will take his team to Toronto Wednesday for an Ontario University Athletics first-round women’s... [Read More]
Queen's women win, tie; climb into fourth place  October 19th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels moved into fourth place in the Ontario University Athletics East division standings Sunday afternoon with a 3-1 over the Trent Excalibur in a women’s soccer game in Peterborough. The win gives Queen’s four points from the weekend, moving them two points... [Read More]
Queen's men get tie with Carleton  October 15th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels missed an opportunity to move past the Carleton Ravens in the East division standings Wednesday, as they settled for a 1-1 draw with the Ravens in an Ontario University Athletics men’s soccer game at Miklas-McCarney Field. Now 6-2-4—and with just one... [Read More]
Queen's men, women get best of RMC  October 11th, 2015
Two first-half goals by Rachel Radu sparked the Queen’s Golden Gaels to a 6-0 victory over the Royal Military College Paladins Friday night in an Ontario University Athletics women’s soccer game at Miklas-McCarney Field. The Queen’s attack exploded for four second-half... [Read More]
Weekend bleak for Queen's soccer teams  October 6th, 2015
Not a lot of teams have had difficulty with the Carleton Ravens this year, but the Queen’s Golden Gaels are one of them. Sunday afternoon at Miklas-McCarney Field, the Gaels surrendered a last-minute goal that gave the visiting Ravens a 1-1 draw in an Ontario University Athletics... [Read More]
Queen's soccer men extend win streak to five games  September 29th, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels withstood a second-half rally by the visiting Trent Excalibur Sunday to post a 4-2 Ontario University Athletics men’s soccer victory at Miklas-McCarney Field. For the Gaels, who have lost just one game this year, the victory was the fifth in a row, and it... [Read More]
Queen's soccer teams both on a roll  September 22nd, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels are proving to be a formidable foe on the road this year, and the latest team to discover that firsthand is the Ryerson Rams. The Rams, the No. 2-ranked men’s soccer team in Canada going into the game, were beaten 4-1 by the Gaels Sunday afternoon. It was... [Read More]
Soccer Gaels trample RMC to gain first win  September 14th, 2015
A season’s worth of offensive frustration bubbled over for the Queen’s Golden Gaels Saturday, right into the laps of the Royal Military College Paladins. The Gaels, with but four goals—and no victories—to show for their first four Ontario University Athletics... [Read More]
Kingston teams remain winless in OUA soccer play  September 8th, 2015
Four games into their season, the Queen’s Golden Gaels remain winless after they and the Ryerson Rams played to a scoreless draw Sunday in an Ontario University Athletics women’s soccer game at Miklas-McCarney Field. The tie was the second of the weekend for Queen’s, which... [Read More]
Women's soccer Gaels winless in Ottawa  August 31st, 2015
Queen’s Golden Gaels will be looking for their first win of the Ontario University Athletics women’s socer season Saturday afternoon, when they host the Toronto Blues at Miklas-McCarney Field. The Gaels failed to gain a victory in Ottawa as the regular schedule began on the... [Read More]
KC upsets Regi to claim senior girls soccer crown  May 21st, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY As he lauded the play of his team’s defence, and goalkeeper Kristin Treitz in particular, Kingston Blues coach Colin McCue tipped his hat to another lady after his team captured the senior girls high school soccer championship Thursday—Dame... [Read More]
Holy Cross captures senior boys soccer title  May 21st, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY In the grand scheme of their senior boys soccer season, there wasn’t much at stake for the Holy Cross Crusaders Thursday afternoon. As the top surviving AAA team in the county—and with no other triple-A schools in eastern Ontaro—their ticket to the... [Read More]
Senior boys soccer final will be a clash of undefeated teams  May 20th, 2015
Something will happen Thursday that hasn’t happened yet this spring in a senior boys high-school soccer match—either the Kingston Blues or Holy Cross Crusaders will lose. A showdown of the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association’s two undefeated senior sides... [Read More]
Regi, KC to meet in girls soccer final  May 20th, 2015
Hardly a game went by this spring when Bridget Mulholland didn’t score a goal for the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers. Tuesday, she turned the tables. Her job was to prevent people from scoring goals—and she did it flawlessly. Mulholland posted the shutout as the Panthers... [Read More]
Sydenham stages stunning quarter-final upset  May 14th, 2015
Sydenham Golden Eagles perpetrated perhaps the biggest upset staged by any team in any sport in the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association this year, as they ousted the Holy Cross Crusaders from senior girls soccer playoffs Wednesday, with a 2-1 win at Holy Cross. The Eagles... [Read More]
Bayridge prevails in quarter-final shootout  May 14th, 2015
Some key saves by goalkeeper Matt Makin boosted the Bayridge Blazers to a 3-2 shootout victory over the Loyalist Lancers in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior boys soccer quarter-final game Wednesday afternoon at Bayridge. The win sends the Blazers into a... [Read More]
Playoff positions decided in senior girls soccer  May 12th, 2015
Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers claimed first place in high school senior girls soccer play Monday, with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Holy Cross Crusaders on the final day of the regular season. Playing at Miklas-McCarney Field, the Panthers quickly answered an opening goal by... [Read More]
Crusaders defeat Regi in final game of the season  May 12th, 2015
Holy Cross Crusaders got a pair of goals from Justin Lafrance, one of them on a penalty kick, as they defeated the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers 3-1 on the final day of the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior boys soccer season. In the annual Father Stan Kurusumuthu... [Read More]
Regi, Holy Cross headed for first-place showdown  May 9th, 2015
Holy Cross Crusaders and Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers will meet Monday afternoon to decide first place on the final day of the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior girls soccer season. The Crusaders gained their fifth win of the season Friday, as Marily Doherty and... [Read More]
Mulholland scores two as Regi stays unbeaten  May 7th, 2015
Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers remained undefeated with a 3-0 win over the La Salle Black Knights in a high school senior girls soccer game Wednesday at La Salle. Bridget Mulholland scored twice for Regi, 5-0, and Jennifer Cowan once for the Panthers, who posted their third consecutive... [Read More]
First place, senior boys playoff teams decided  May 7th, 2015
First place was decided, as were the final playoff teams in the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association, in senior boys soccer play Wednesday. At the top of the spectrum, the Kingston Blues completed an undefeated regular schedule with a 1-0 win over the previously undefeated... [Read More]
Panthers move into first=place tie  May 5th, 2015
Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers moved into a tie for first place in high school senior girls soccer standings Monday with a 7-0 win over the Sydenham Golden Eagles at McLellan Field in Sydenham. Aileen O’Sullivan opened scoring early in the first half and six of her teammates scored one... [Read More]
KC, Regi, Holy Cross atill to taste defeat  May 5th, 2015
Four different players shared the scoring Monday as the Kingston Blues defeated the Granite Ridge Gryphons 4-0 in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior boys soccer game played at La Salle Secondary School. Isaac MacFayden, Graeme Workman , Mark Lappan and Sam Shore... [Read More]
Lancers gain first victory  May 1st, 2015
Loyalist Lancers gained their first win of the senior boys high school soccer season Friday, a 4-0 decision over the Granite Ridge Gryphons in a game played at Loyalist. Connor Moore, with two, Jeremy Garofalo and Kalid Haider scored for the Lancers, who improved to 1-3 in the only Kingston... [Read More]
Goalkeeper turns striker and scores a goal at La Salle  April 30th, 2015
The gulf between the top and lower tiers in senior boys high school soccer became more defined Wednesday, as the Kingston Area Secondary School Athletic Association’s three undefeated teams all won, in each case at the expense of a team aspiring to join the upper echelon. At Tindall... [Read More]
Crusaders, Panthers remain unbeaten  April 30th, 2015
The ranks of the undefeated in high school senior girls soccer was cut in half Wednesday. Holy Cross Crusaders maintained their grip on first place with their fourth straight win, 5-0 over the previously unbeaten Loyalist Lancers. The Kingston Blues, also without a loss before play began,... [Read More]
Big second half propels Regi girls past Frontenac  April 28th, 2015
Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers spotted the Frontenac Falcons a pair of first-half goals, before roaring back to claim a 6-2 win Monday afternoon in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior girls soccer match at Regi. An early second-half goal by Kaitlyn Balfour, her... [Read More]
Senior Blues take over first place  April 28th, 2015
Kingston Blues took sole possession of first place in Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior boys soccer standings Monday with a 4-0 victory over the Frontenac Falcons. In a game of undefeated teams at Frontenac, the Falcons and Blues played a scoreless first half, a... [Read More]
Holy Cross, Loyalist share first place  April 24th, 2015
Alison Dodwell scored four goals Thursday afternoon to lead the Holy Cross Crusaders to a 6-0 win over the Ernestown Eagles in a Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior girls soccer game at Caraco Field. Marilyn Doherty and Adrianna den Ouden scored the other goals for... [Read More]
Women's World Cup trophy headed for Kingston  April 23rd, 2015
  On the day Canada’s team for the women’s World Cup of soccer is introduced, the prize at the end of the tournament, the World Cup trophy, will be in Kingston Tuesday, as part of a cross-Canada tour in advance of this summer’s tournament, June 6 to July 5 in several... [Read More]


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