• One Special Night

    Athletes, Celebrities and More Celebrate in Special Olympics Quebec Soirée

    When co-ambassador Alexandre Bilodeau asked swimmer Valmor Quitich his thoughts after winning Athlète masculin émérite, the Joliette native replied with pride.

  • Breaking Into the Icy World of Snow Cricket

    A First-Timer’s World Cup Cricket Story

    It’s Saturday afternoon, and the Australians are everywhere. There’s one crouched behind me, nine spread across the field, and one straight ahead, whipping a ball at my face.

  • Stingers Briefs: Saturday Afternoon Rivalries

    Stingers Men’s Basketball Wins Second Straight Over Nationally-Ranked McGill, Women’s Team Loses in OT

    This week in Stingers Briefs, we recap a wild Saturday afternoon of Concordia basketball against McGill University.

  • Women’s Hockey: Hard Work Pays Off

    Stingers Get Late Power Play Goal to Win 1-0 Over Carleton

    Stingers forward Claudia Dubois scored a crucial power-play goal with 47 seconds remaining on the clock in the third period to secure a 1-0 home victory for the Concordia Stingers over the Carleton Ravens om Sunday afternoon at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Men’s Hockey: Comeback All for Naught

    Stingers Rally From Two Goals Down, Lose 4-3 in Overtime to Carleton

    Carleton forward Joey West scored the game-winning goal in overtime on Friday night, giving the Ravens a 4-3 victory over the slumping Stingers. The Stingers were down 3-1 to Carleton before scoring two goals in the span of one minute to tie the score, only to lose in extra time.

  • Men’s Basketball: Hell of a Game

    Concordia Beats No. 4 Nationally Ranked McGill in Double Overtime

    The Stingers men’s basketball team upset the McGill Redmen this past Thursday night with a 95-83 double overtime win at the Concordia Gymnasium.

  • Women’s Basketball: Drowning Under Pressure

    Stingers Lose to Shorthanded Martlets

    Before their Thursday night match-up against the second-ranked ranked team in Canada, the McGill Martlets, the Concordia Stingers appeared to have an edge in winning their encounter.

  • Dunking for Success

    Stingers Guard Jonathan Mirambeau Speaks About His Life as a Diabetic Athlete

    It was a normal day at his grandmother’s house when an 11-year-old Jonathan Mirambeau felt ill.

  • Men’s Basketball: Schneiders Saves The Day

    Concordia Defeats UQAM At Home, Creates Three-Way Tie for Second Place in Conference

    Concordia Stingers head coach Rastko Popovic had a big smile on his face on Saturday evening as he prepared to answer questions post-game.

  • Women’s Basketball: Sweet Second

    Stingers Get Second Win of the Season After Beating Citadins

    The Concordia Stingers scored 33 points in the third quarter and their bench was loving every minute of it. Shot after shot, the players and coaches would celebrate as if every point was bringing them closer to a championship, and not their second win of the season.