Retiring Recreation and Athletics Director Brought Facility Development to ConU
It still hasn’t sunk in yet for Katie Sheahan.
Stingers Golf Gets a Jumpstart With New Head Coach
If everything falls into place for the Concordia golf club, they could be a force to be reckoned with once their season gets underway in September.
ConU Grad Brings Grassroots Vision to CIS
Pierre Lafontaine has never been one to shy away from a challenge.
Stingers Star Evens Laroche Reflects on Decorated ConU Basketball Career
In a way, Concordia got lucky.
ConU Students Play for More than Victory in Annual Soccer Tourney
Soccer and charity brought together Concordia’s ethnic associations March 23, as the Concordia Caribbean Student Union and International and Ethnic Associations Council organized their third annual Unifying Concordia Charity Soccer Tournament.
Three ConU Football Players Prepare for the Biggest Job Interviews of Their Lives
For most of the past two months, the Concordia Stingers defensive back and kick returner has been training at the TEST Football Academy in Miami, on the Florida International University Campus.
Spring Football Camp Promises New Beginnings for Embattled Concordia Squad
The Concordia Stingers football team began the process of turning the page on their tumultuous 2012 season as they opened their annual spring camp practice last Thursday…
ConU Olympian David Tremblay Says Goodbye to University Wrestling After Half-Decade in Maroon and Gold
If you ask any wrestler on Concordia’s varsity team about their teammate David Tremblay, the words “leader” and “role model” are never very far from their lips.
ConU Men Fall Short of Basketball Final in Injury-Plagued Season
With 1:39 remaining on the clock in last Wednesday’s semifinal against the Bishop’s University Gaiters, it was evident the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team’s season was already over. *
ConU Women Lose Hoops Title to McGill for Second Straight Year
As the second of two free throws by McGill guard Marie-Pier Bastrash fell through the net, Keith Pruden found the nearest referee and called a timeout.
Stingers Hold Off Furious Citadins Comeback to Reach Provincial Championship
The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team are headed to the provincial championships for a second straight year after narrowly escaping the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins at the Concordia Gym on Wednesday.