Iris Hosts Exhibition Game for Gender Equity

Iris Play First Stadium Game Against Boston’s Brute Squad

On a cold Saturday evening, Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard saw Boston’s Brute Squad win 15-6 against Iris, an ultimate team comprised of Quebec’s best players. The score, however, was irrelevant—this was more than just a normal game.

  • Montrealer Malcolm Henderson Comes Home

    Henderson Returns to Montreal and Represents The Stingers This Seasons

    Basketball players like Malcolm Henderson are hard to find in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. He’s big and he’s strong, but most importantly he has competed at the biggest collegiate stage possible.

  • Women’s hockey: Stingers Win Home Opener

    Concordia Score Two Unanswered Goals in 5-4 Come-From-Behind Win Over Ottawa

    The Concordia Stingers did not make things easy for themselves in their thrilling 5-4 victory over the Ottawa Gee-Gees Friday night at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Men’s Hockey: Stingers Lose at McGill

    Stingers Score Four Unanswered Goals in Third But Lose 6-5

    The McGill Redmen were leading 6-1 by the end of the second period in their season opener. At that point, the game seemed all said and done. However, the Stingers thought otherwise.

  • Montreal to Host Ultimate Game for Gender Equity

    Quebec’s Iris Will Play Boston’s Brute Squad to Promote Women’s Ultimate

    October 15 will be an evening of firsts for Iris, a women’s ultimate frisbee team comprised of the best talent from the province of Quebec. Their matchup at Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard will be the team’s first exhibition game but also a first game at home in Montreal.

  • McGill Redmen Lacrosse Team Recruits First Indigenous Player

    Kieran McKay Excels on the Field and in the Classroom

    By earning a spot on the McGill Redmen lacrosse team, Kieran McKay made history, yet he didn’t even know it.

  • Former Montreal Alouette Tanner Marsh Settles on Coaching Job

    Former Quarterback Makes Montreal Home, Trains High School QBs

    He may be the most recognizable high school coach in Quebec, but former Montreal Alouettes quarterback Tanner Marsh doesn’t want to be described that way—he’s here to develop quarterbacks.

  • Concordia Stingers’ Julien Cantin Switches From Soccer to Rugby

    Former Stingers Soccer Player Takes On Rugby As New Challenge

    Julien Cantin remembers his first ever rugby game for the Concordia Stingers like it was yesterday—which makes sense, since he only started playing the sport for the first time this past August.

  • Stingers Shutout by Les Canadiennes at Home

    Les Canadiennes Prove Too Much for Concordia in Exhibition Contest

    The Concordia Stingers put in a valiant effort, but were ultimately no match for Les Canadiennes de Montréal of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. They defeated the Canadian Inter-university Sport squad 5-0 Friday night at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Miller Shines, Stingers take home the Shrine Bowl

    Concordia Offense Explodes For An impressive 50 points

    It was a penalty filled affair but the Shrine Bowl provided Concordia supporters with a breath of fresh air, as the Stingers offence came alive after a three-week hiatus.

  • Men’s Soccer: Stingers Suffer Late 2-1 Loss At Home to Rouge et Or

    Late Goal By Nico Hernandez Give Laval Late Win Against Concordia

    An 89th minute goal by Laval Rouge et Or forward Nico Hernandez gave the visitors all three points at Concordia Stadium Friday night. With the 2-1 loss, the Stingers were denied a chance to leapfrog Laval for second place in the Réseau de Sport Étudiant du Québec.