Tenicha Gittens Set to Usher in New Era of Concordia Women’s Basketball
Eight years before she accepted the title as head coach of Concordia women’s basketball team, Tenicha Gittens was five months into a 9-to-5 desk-job-type internship in the U.S. when a thought crossed her mind. “I can’t do this,”
Linebacker Andy Mulumba Tells Story of His Journey to the National Football League During Conference at Concordia University
Pro football player Andy Mulumba was initially frightened at the prospect of playing football. The native of Congo had only taken up the sport after being forced by his friends to attend a practice. “I saw guys hit each other with helmets and pads,” he said. “I even brought Advils because I thought I’d have headaches.”
Longtime Men’s Hockey Team Head Coach Departs Program After 15 Seasons
The Concordia Stingers announced that Kevin Figsby will not be returning as the head coach of their men’s hockey team for the upcoming 2015-16 season today. Figsby had held his position for the last 15 seasons.
Charles Joly’s Hat Trick Helps Bleu-Blanc-Noir Stomp Saint Louis FC at Home
FC Montreal forward Charles Joly scored his first three United Soccer League goals inside the first 40 minutes of play to issue a crushing 5-2 defeat to the Saint Louis FC Wednesday afternoon.
Anthony Jackson-Hamel’s Two Goals Give Team a 4-2 Win over Pittsburgh
FC Montreal fans were treated to a high scoring affair this past Sunday afternoon as the bleu-blanc-noir defeated the Pittsburgh Riverhounds 4-2 at Stade Saputo’s turf field. Four goals were scored (a team record) by Montreal, including two from forward Anthony Jackson-Hamel. Winger Alessandro Riggi and midfielder Marco Dominguez also scored as their team ended an eight home game losing streak.
League Begins Four Stop Training Camp Tour in Montreal
Women’s hockey has added another chapter to its history, and it will benefit university female hockey players who wish to continue their careers after they graduate.
Wilmington’s Stoppage Time Goal Hands FC Montreal Another Loss; Remains At Bottom of USL Standings
FC Montreal remain at the bottom of the United Soccer League Standings following a 2-1 loss at Stade Saputo to the Wilmington Hammerheads this past Thursday. A goal in stoppage time by Wilmington forward Will Heaney slashed Montreal’s hopes of obtaining their second win of the season.
FC Montreal Manager Philippe Eullaffroy Shows His Frustration Following 2-0 Loss to Louisville
FC Montreal couldn’t avoid the rain and gloom that fell on Stade Saputo as the bleu-blanc-noir lost 2-0 to Louisville City SC this past Wednesday night. It’s the team’s eighth loss in ten games.
Victor N’Diaye Secures Last-Minute 2-2 Draw Versus New York
FC Montreal robbed New York Red Bulls II of a win with a late goal by forward Victor N’Diaye at Saputo Stadium on Saturday night, securing a 2-2 draw and shattering the hopes of the visiting New York fans who crossed the border to see their team play.
Louis Béland-Goyette Scores to Give FC Montreal First Win in League History
FC Montreal grabbed their first three points of the season by beating the Charleston Battery 1-0 on Thursday at Saputo Stadium’s turf field. A goal by midfielder Louis Béland-Goyette in the first half gave Montreal their first win and first shutout in the team’s short United Soccer League history.
Team East Wins 13th Annual CIS Prospects Football Game 29-21
Led by Queen’s Golden Gaels receiver Doug Corby, Team East defeated Team West 29-21 at the 2015 Canadian Interuniversity East-West Bowl, a showcase for the best university football players across Canada, at Percival Molson Stadium on Saturday.