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Fields of Dreams

Nirra Fields Talks Team Canada, UCLA Bruins, and Being Drafted Into the WNBA

At 22 years old, Montreal born basketball player Nirra Fields has been through it all. From representing Team Canada to being drafted into the Women’s National Basketball League, the UCLA Bruins guard possesses an impressive repertoire, and she’s not even in her prime yet.

  • Stingers Decide to Keep it in the Family

    Marc-Andre Element Returns as Concordia Stingers Men’s Hockey Coach

    The Concordia Stingers have announced that interim head coach Marc-Andre Element will be returning to the team. This time without the interim tag.

  • Red Bulls II get Late Winner on “Experimental” FC Montreal

    Junior Flemming’s Lone Goal Ruins FC Montreal’s Inaugural Game at New Home

    FC Montreal let their guards down after holding tight for 90 minutes. A stoppage time goal courtesy of forward Junior Flemmings gave the 1-0 win to New York Red Bulls II at Montreal’s first game in Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard Saturday afternoon.

  • West Win 2016 CIS East-West Bowl

    Tylor Henry Comes Back from Injury to Make West Win 29-14

    With two touchdowns, University of Alberta Golden Bears wide receiver Tylor Henry helped the West snap their two-game losing streak at the 2016 East-West Bowl Saturday afternoon, with a 29-14 win over the East.

  • Hockey Lives on in Montreal

    The 13th Edition of the Montreal Media Celebrity Hockey Marathon Took Place With a Record-Breaking 73 Teams Participating

    Many Canadians across the nation have dreamt of playing hockey professionally. At the very least, they have all fantasized about playing alongside their hockey idols from the day they laid their eyes on the game.

  • Three Stingers Called at 2016 Canadian Football League Draft

    Mikael Charland, Roman Grozman, and Arto Khatchikian Drafted by CFL Teams

    Concordia Stingers safety Mikael Charland booked a restaurant in his native Gatineau for his closest friends and family to watch the Canadian Football League draft this past Tuesday. His roommate and teammate, linebacker Arto Khatchikian, also joined the party, mostly in support of his teammate.

  • Throwing the Pigskin Down Under

    Australian NGL Attracts North American Football Players and Coaches

    It was during a conversation with friends about football when the idea of Australia first came into Shaquille Armstrong’s mind. The former Concordia Stingers defensive end caught wind that a new league was opening up down under but needed to confirm it was the right kind of football.

  • 10-man Orlando Top FC Montreal at Home

    Montreal’s Losing Streak Increases to Five

    Despite being one man up for more than 70 minutes by way of a red card to defender Devron Garcia, FC Montreal were still unable to pick up their first points of the season. Montreal fell, for a fifth straight game, to Orlando City B 1-0 on Sunday night.

  • Rhinos Beat FC Montreal in Comeback Win

    Rochester Score Two Unanswered Goals to Win 2-1 At Home

    Boy, that escalated quickly.

  • Hoops For Everyone

    Boys and Girls from Different Parts of Montreal Unite for the Montreal Classic Hoops Tournament

    The 18th annual Montreal Classic Hoops Tournament, not only shows Montrealers the importance of competition, but life lessons as well.

  • FC Montreal Drowned by Hammerheads

    Wilmington Picks Up a Clean Sheet At Home Against FC Montreal

    Sunny Wilmington, North Carolina was not the city where FC Montreal would pick up its first point of the 2016 United Soccer League season. Goals by strikers Qudus Lawal and Matthew Barnes Homer, sunk the visitors as FC Montreal lost 2-0 to the Wilmington Hammerheads.