Sports

  • Good Home Cooking

    Men’s Hockey Team Gets Going at Ed Meagher

    Concordia Stingers forward Olivier Hinse didn’t know what he was getting into. After being appointed as the new captain of the Concordia Stingers Men’s hockey team following former captain, George Lovatsis’ departure, Hinse was given the task of leading by example and integrating 11 new rookies to the team.

  • New Blood, Same Heart

    New Men’s Basketball Squad Is Already Looking Towards Regular Season

    With most Concordia Stingers teams already knee-deep in their respective seasons, the men’s basketball team is still tuning up for their season opener in November. The team will look significantly different with eight newcomers on their roster, but the expectations remain the same.

  • To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Tested

    Stingers Get Throttled In Second Straight Loss of the Season

    Concordia Stingers defensive back Michael Asare is usually a man full of energy, looking for any opportunity to pump his team and the crowd whenever he can. This past Saturday, however, he wasn’t, as he brushed off a reporter’s question.

  • Men’s Rugby: Stingers Settle For Stalemate

    Stingers Tie Redmen To Keep Pace in Standings

    In a game Stingers men’s rugby head coach Clive Gibson described as his team’s best game in four years, the Stingers managed to retain second place in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings with a 17-17 draw against the McGill Redmen at Percival Molson Stadium this past Friday night.

  • All Good Things Must Come to an End

    Stingers Crash Yet Remain Positive after First Loss of the Season against Laval

    The Concordia Stingers football team entered their Sunday afternoon battle against the Université Laval Rouge et Or on a four-game winning streak, their best start to the season since 2006.

  • Lost in the Wind

    Stingers Drop Second Consecutive Game and Lose Player to Injury in Windy Affair

    The Stingers women’s rugby team was unable to close out the Université Laval’s Rouge et Or at Concordia Stadium on Sunday, losing 27-25 after holding a 15-12 lead at half time.

  • Baseball: Stingers Lose in a Game of Inches

    Stingers Lose Nail-Biter as the McGill Redmen Win in Walk-Off Fashion

    With no outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning, McGill shortstop Tyler Welence hit a game-winning RBI single to give the Redmen a walk-off victory over the Concordia Stingers on Thursday night.

  • Women’s Soccer: A Win to Remember

    Stingers Jump Ahead in the Standings with 2-1 Win over UQTR Patriotes in Erica Cadieux Memorial Game

    Friday night’s women’s soccer game between the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes and the Concordia Stingers will be a game the Stingers won’t soon forget.

  • The Legend of Odaine

    Well-Traveled Stingers Defender Survives Medical Scare and Racism with Hard Work and Faith

    It isn’t easy to reach the professional level in soccer, with the obstacles that need to be overcome often relentless and unforgiving. Odaine Demar’s story does not break from that reality.

  • Baseball: Making the Most of It

    Stingers Baseball Ends Weekend by Winning Three Out of Four Games

    This past weekend, the Concordia Stingers baseball team won three of four games, sweeping the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees 9-3 and 8-0 on the road in Ottawa, and splitting their two-game series with cross-town rival McGill, losing one game 7-2 and winning the other 8-4.