• Nuthin’ Like a Poser Thang

    David “Boots” Bouthillier Hosts 16th Edition of Montreal City Hall Poser Game Championship

    A dozen skateboarders take turns pulling tricks on a bench centred in an iceless skating rink. Forty or so spectators huddle around the boards, chatting, drinking and waiting for the tournament to begin. A loud blow horn signals the end of the warm up.

  • O Captain, My Captain

    Meet the New Captain of the Women’s Rugby Team: Samantha Ewing

    Off the field, you would never know that she was the captain of Concordia’s most successful team this season so far. But on the rugby pitch, Samantha Ewing is a force to reckon with—one of Concordia’s top players.

  • Baseball: Regaining Momentum

    Stingers Wrap Up Weekend Series Versus Carleton by Winning Three of Four Games

    It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster weekend for the Concordia Stingers baseball team, which managed to win three of four games versus the Carleton Ravens in a home-and-home series doubleheader.

  • Seeing the Light

    New CEO Graham Brown on New Challenges and the Inclusion of Men’s Rugby in Canadian Interuniversity Sport

    The new CEO of the governing body of university sports, Graham Brown, is presently transitioning to his new job and bringing his business expertise from his current one as CEO of Rugby Canada.

  • A Tale of Two Halves

    FC Montreal Head Coach Philippe Eullaffroy Offers Season Postmortem at Caserne Letourneux Training Centre

    There were two sides to FC Montreal’s inaugural season in the United Soccer League. After his two-week stint in Europe where he attended coaching clinics in Clairefontaine, France and Alkmaar, Netherlands, head coach Philippe Eullaffroy conveyed the media to make his first ever FC Montreal season post-mortem.

  • Football: The Swarm Is To Be Feared

    Stingers Win 29th Annual Shrine Bowl Over McGill Redmen, Winning 33-21

    The Stingers won the 29th annual Shrine Bowl this past Saturday afternoon, defeating the McGill Redmen by a score of 33-21 at Concordia Stadium.

  • Men’s Soccer: The Well Has Dried Up

    Concordia Men Held Scoreless Again, Lose 3-0

    After a dream start to their 2015 campaign, the Concordia men’s soccer team has now suffered two consecutive defeats, including a 3-0 loss against Université de Montreal on Friday night.

  • Women’s Soccer: Stingers Blanked 3-0 at CEPSUM

    Concordia Shutout At The Hands of the UdeM Carabins

    Concordia’s women’s soccer team ran into a buzzsaw on Friday night at the Université de Montreal’s CEPSUM, where they were convincingly beat by a score of 3-0 by the Université de Montreal Carabins. UdeM had three goals from three separate players, as they remain unbeaten in league play with a 2-0-1 record, while the Stingers fell to 1-2.

  • Men’s Rugby: Stingers Trip Over First Hurdle, Fall to Carabins

    Lack of Rhythm and Discipline Lead to Stingers 19-16 Loss to Université de Montreal

    The second home game of the men’s rugby season was regarded as the team’s “first real test”, according to head coach Clive Gibson, as this game would be important in order to impose themselves against the other teams in their pool. However, the result did not go Concordia’s way, and the men’s rugby team fell to the Université de Montreal Carabins 19-16 on Friday night at Concordia Stadium.

  • David Samson Will No Longer Be At JMSM Conference

    John Molson Sports Marketing Committee Removes Controversial Former Montreal Expos VP From Event Lineup

    Concordia University’s John Molson Sports Marketing group will no longer host former Montreal Expos executive vice-president David Samson at their upcoming JMSM Business Conference in November.