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Pascal picks up third shutout of the season

"Goalie Stephanie Pascal earned her third shutout of the season as the Queen's Gaels beat the UOIT Ridgebacks 2-0 on Saturday."
Goalie Stephanie Pascal earned her third shutout of the season as the Queen's Gaels beat the UOIT Ridgebacks 2-0 on Saturday. (Photo by Jason Scourse)

A quick roundup of Gaels teams and athletes in action over the weekend:


The No. 10 Queen’s Gaels (8-2-0-1) picked up a 2-0 victory over the UOIT Ridgebacks (2-2-5-1) on Saturday night at the Memorial Centre. Hailey Wilson scored the game-winning goal in the second period with her third of the season, while Addi Halladay added an empty-netter to seal the win for the Gaels.

Goalie Stephanie Pascal made 18 saves for her third shutout of the season .


The Queen’s Gaels (6-3-3) used some overtime magic to beat the Nipissing Lakers (4-5-3) 4-3 on Saturday night. Darcy Greenaway netted the overtime winner 50 seconds into the extra frame

Also scoring for the Gaels were Luke Edwards, Duncan Campbell, and Ben Fanjoy. Goalie Jacob Brennan picked up the win, making 29 saves.

On Friday, the Gaels beat the Laurentian Voyageurs (2-9-0) 8-2 in Sudbury. Ryan Bloom led the way for Queen’s with four points – a goal and three assists – while Slater Doggett added two goals and an assist. Darcy Greenaway had two goals and singles went to Damian Bourne, Patrick Sanvido and Shawn Boudreau.


The Queen’s Gaels (4-1) beat crosstown rivals the RMC Paladins (1-5) in four sets, 18-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-19, on Saturday.

After the Paladins took the opening set the Gaels roared back for the win. Markus Trence finished with 14 kills and two aces, while Mitchell Neuert added 12 kills and an ace. Zane Grossinger had 33 assists. 


The Queen’s Gaels (5-1) women’s volleyball team swept the Lakehead Thunderwolves (3-4) in straight sets 26-24, 25-20, 25-18 in Thunder Bay on Saturday.

Isabelle Korchinski led a well-rounded attack with nine kills and Julia Wiercigroch added eight more. Sierra Hardy finished the match with 27 assists and three aces.


The No. 10 Queen’s Gaels (5-1) dropped their first game of the season, on the road against the Laurier Golden Hawks (4-3) 72-70 on Saturday night.

After closing the gap to two points with a minute to go, the Gaels had their chances but couldn’t find the winning basket.

Veronika Lavergne finished with 16 points and Abby Dixon added 15 points of her own.

On Friday, the Gaels romped past the Waterloo Warriors (0-6) 53-35, utilizing a stingy defence to take the win.

Lavergne led the way with 17 points along with seven rebounds, all on offence. Andrea Priamo finished with four of the team’s 17 steals.


The Queen’s Gaels (4-2) defeated the Laurier Golden Hawks (3-4) in a tightly contested matchup 77-76 on Saturday in Waterloo. 

Tanner Graham nailed a late threepointer to seal the win and finished with a double-double on 16 points and 11 rebounds, while Quinton Gray added 13 points to go along with seven assists.

On Friday, the Gaels lost 87-75 decision on the road to Waterloo (1-5). Jaz Bains scored 22 points and Tanner Graham contributed 17.