Sports

  • Men’s Soccer: Stingers Seeing Red

    Concordia Stingers Get Two Red Cards in 2-0 Loss to UQTR

    The Stingers saw red on Friday night—twice to be exact—in what proved to be a convincing 2-0 win for the Université du Québec à Trois Rivières Patriotes.

  • Women’s Soccer: First Win of the Season

    Stingers Beat UQTR Patriotes 3-1 at Home

    Knowing they would need three points in order to keep a contending spot for the playoffs, the Concordia Stingers took a 3-1 win against the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes.

  • Football: Carabins Destroy Stingers 59-3

    A Game to Forget for the Concordia Stingers

    “First down Carabins!”

  • Baseball: Stingers Show No Mercy to Carabins

    Concordia Wins 15-5 After 15-Point Inning

    After having been swept by Carleton in a two game series on Sunday in Ottawa, the Concordia Stingers captured their first win of the season on Monday night in bizarre fashion by beating the Université de Montréal Carabins 15-5.

  • Nachi Fujimoto Reports to Montreal Canadiennes Camp

    Japanese Defender Looks to Make an Impact With Les Canadiennes

    As she left the Canadiennes locker room at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard, Nachi Fujimoto was approached by the team’s media relations director. The 25 year old, who is from Japan and was in Montreal for the team’s training camp, had a number of interviews scheduled.

  • Matthew Halbgewachs Transitions from CJFL to Stingers

    Sought-After Offensive Lineman Joins Concordia Stingers

    There are obvious differences between Regina, Saskatchewan and Montreal. Here, millions of people walk the streets daily. There, roughly 240,000 individuals inhabit the city. Other noticeable differences include the vast number of buildings, the French language and the overall faster pace of life that defines Montreal to a tee.

  • Football: Stingers Drop Home Opener to Rouge et Or

    Trenton Miller Throws for 361 Yards in Loss to Laval Rouge et Or

    The Laval Rouge et Or proved to be in better shape than the Concordia Stingers Saturday afternoon at Concordia Stadium, winning by a score of 37-18.

  • Women’s Soccer: Stingers Outmuscled by Carabins

    Concordia Stingers Women’s Soccer team Fall 2-0 to the Montreal Carabins in Home-Opener

    The Stingers were shrugged off of any chance to make a positive impression in their home opener.

  • Men’s Soccer: A Hard Fight

    Stingers Come From Behind to Stun the Montreal Carabins 2-1 in Home-Opener

    The Stingers bounced back Friday night after a harsh loss against the McGill Redmen as they showed their gritty side in a 2-1 comeback win to seal three points in their home-opener at Concordia Stadium.

  • Stingers Baseball Preview: Replacing A Star Pitcher

    Concordia Baseball Program Looking To Bounce Back From Loss Of Jonathan Raftus

    A year ago, the Concordia Stingers baseball head coach Howie Schwartz’s team was entering the season as the national runners-up from the previous season.