• “Nothing Wrong With Being MLS”

    Major League Soccer Executives Discuss Soccer’s Rise in North America at John Molson Sports Marketing Panel

    “We are not the NFL, we are not the NBA,” said Toronto FC President, Bill Manning. “It’s okay being MLS, and I never try to pretend that we’re the NFL.”

  • Building Through The Fans

    Hockey Executives Discuss Growing the Sport of Hockey Throughout North America

    It may come as a surprise to Canadians, but hockey is not a self-sustaining sport in North America. Nurturing and supporting the growth of hockey requires lots of work from the National Hockey League and its historical franchises.

  • League of Lechery

    E-Sports Community is “Toxic” to Female Players

    If you attended the 2015 League of Legends World Championships at the Rialto Theatre, you got a prize: a Japanese schoolgirl.

  • Women’s Hockey: Stung by the Martlets

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team was shutout by the McGill Martlets 2-0 at McConnell Arena on Sunday night. McGill captain Melodie Daoust and teammate Gabrielle Davidson both scored goals for the Martlets.

  • Men’s Basketball: Good Start

    Concordia Stingers Outlast UQAM Citadins in Season Opening Victory

    Stingers guard Jaleel Webb led his team to a 69-56 victory over the visiting UQAM Citadins this past Saturday evening. Webb had 27 points and five rebounds in the team’s first game and win of the season at the Concordia Gymnasium.

  • Women’s Basketball: Stumble at the First Block

    Stingers Drop Season Opener Versus UQAM Citadins

    Down 8-3 in the first quarter, Concordia Stingers head coach Tenicha Gittens looked visibly frustrated at her players.

  • Rising Above

    An Inside Look at Rugby Rookie Charles Debove

    What started off as a bonding experience with his father has turned into a lifetime passion for Stingers rugby kicker Charles Debove.

  • Killing for E-Sport

    Rialto Theatre Livestreams 2015 League of Legends World Championships

    A woman stepped forward holding the prize. Hands reached out, but she threw it over the masses, and they fell on it in a swarm. A hand shot up, tightly clutching the plushie hat—welcome to the end of Montreal’s screening of the League of Legends 2015 World Championships.

  • Women’s Soccer: Final Day Woes

    Stingers Lose 1-0 to Laval in Last Regular Season Game, Begin to Look Towards Future

    The Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team fell to division leaders, the Laval Rouge et Or, 1-0 on a stormy afternoon at Concordia Stadium this past Sunday evening. Laval’s goal came courtesy of forward Cynthia Turcotte.

  • Men’s Soccer: Foiled Again

    Concordia Men’s Soccer Team Falls to Laval in Season Finale

    The Concordia men’s soccer team wrapped up their season with a 3-1 defeat to the Laval Rouge-et-Or on Sunday afternoon. The Stingers finished their season with a 3-9 record and finished in sixth place in the Réseau du sport étudiant Quebec conference standings.