A Dynamic Duo

Stingers Women’s Rugby MVPs Set to Make International Impression

The dynamic duo centering the Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team, Frédérique Rajotte and Alexandra Tessier, is set to establish their incredible chemistry in England for two test games against the host nation with the Canadian national squad.

  • Another Casualty in a Tough Reality

    Closure of W-League Brings Women’s Soccer Down to Bare Minimum

    Women’s soccer in Canada suffered a blow last week as the W-League, a second-tier division women’s soccer league with teams operating in the United States and Canada, shut its doors.

  • Women’s Hockey: Silent Night

    Concordia Unable to Score in Rivalry Match Versus McGill Martlets

    Every time the McGill Martlets come to the Ed Meagher Arena, it’s a special game for the Concordia Stingers. However, this past Friday night, it was special teams that cost the Stingers the game.

  • Men’s Basketball: “Rude Awakening”

    Concordia Suffers First Loss of The Season to McGill

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team lost 75-53 to the third-ranked McGill Redmen in front of a boisterous crowd at the Love Competition Hall on Thursday evening.

  • Women’s Basketball: Martlet Madness

    Concordia Loses to McGill, Start Season 0-3

    The Concordia women’s basketball team was defeated 59-54 by the second-ranked McGill Martlets on Thursday evening.

  • Under the Gunner

    Catching Up with the Former Stingers Running Back

    In Austin, Texas, the capital of the second most populous and second largest state in the U.S., there is a young industrial welder who spends his day building overhead bridge cranes and designing custom parts for oil production.

  • Ready Set Goal

    Rookie Samantha Rhainds Hopes To Bring Scoring Sting to Women’s Hockey Team

    A two-time all-star in North American Prep Hockey Association in 2014 and 2015, Samantha Rhainds scored lots of goals for the Stanstead Spartans—and there are high hopes she’ll bring that power to Concordia this season. But in another sport, she was the one who stopped them from going in.

  • Men’s Hockey: Re-Finding the Offense

    Stingers Bounce Back From Losing Streak and Win 6-3 Versus the Royal Military College Paladins

    Coming off of a four game losing streak, the Stingers needed to get their season back on track with a win against the Royal Military College Paladins. Despite a late comeback attempt by the Paladins, Concordia would hold on for a 6-3 win.

  • Talking Baseball in Montreal

    Expos, Blue Jays and More Discussed During Pitch Talks Event at Fairmount Theatre

    It was a late July day in Cooperstown, New York, the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Montreal Expos fans, and ESPN columnist Jonah Keri, are in town for the induction of legendary pitcher Pedro Martinez into the Hall as a member Boston Red Sox, despite having spent the earlier part of his career in Montreal. Keri, and nine other colleagues, were trying to sneak into a party for Martinez, which was being held by the Red Sox.

  • Women’s Hockey: “Everything is Earned”

    Stingers Defeat Number One Ranked Carabins 1-0

    Playing the best women’s hockey team in the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec was never going to be an easy task for the Stingers, but Concordia was able to sneak away a 1-0 victory against the Montreal Carabins last Friday at the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Football: Most Outstanding Miller

    Concordia Stingers Quarterback Given Top Conference, Receiver Lessard Named Most Outstanding Offensive Rookie

    Concordia Stingers quarterback Trenton Miller was given the Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy for being named the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec conference’s most outstanding player during a ceremony in Quebec City on Friday afternoon.