Former Stingers Soccer Player Takes On Rugby As New Challenge
Julien Cantin remembers his first ever rugby game for the Concordia Stingers like it was yesterday—which makes sense, since he only started playing the sport for the first time this past August.
Les Canadiennes Prove Too Much for Concordia in Exhibition Contest
The Concordia Stingers put in a valiant effort, but were ultimately no match for Les Canadiennes de Montréal of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. They defeated the Canadian Inter-university Sport squad 5-0 Friday night at Ed Meagher Arena.
Concordia Offense Explodes For An impressive 50 points
It was a penalty filled affair but the Shrine Bowl provided Concordia supporters with a breath of fresh air, as the Stingers offence came alive after a three-week hiatus.
Late Goal By Nico Hernandez Give Laval Late Win Against Concordia
An 89th minute goal by Laval Rouge et Or forward Nico Hernandez gave the visitors all three points at Concordia Stadium Friday night. With the 2-1 loss, the Stingers were denied a chance to leapfrog Laval for second place in the Réseau de Sport Étudiant du Québec.
Concordia Beat Montreal 4-2 With Seventh Inning Point Tally.
Concordia Stingers pitcher Jarryd Taylor’s dominant six and two third innings gave the Stinger offence just enough time to explode for four runs in the top of the seventh inning. The Stingers secured a 4-2 win against the Université de Montréal Carabins on Thursday.
Head Coach Eullaffroy Cites Positive Season Despite Last Place Finish
Patience was the theme of FC Montreal’s season for head coach Philippe Eullaffroy as the team offered their 2016 season post mortem on Tuesday morning.
Chu To Coach Concordia Stingers Full-time
Between coaching the Stingers women’s hockey team and playing for Les Canadiennes, Julie Chu doesn’t have much free-time. Monday is almost considered to be her “day-off,” even though she still has to lead a Stingers practice at night.
Concordia Defeats ETS Piranhas 41-36 For First Win
The École de Technologie Supérieur Piranhas held a two-point lead after 80 minutes of play. At 36-34, it looked like Concordia was going to remain winless in three games this season.
2015 Champions Ottawa Too Strong For Concordia
The Stingers were visibly disappointed after losing to Ottawa on Sunday afternoon. The players stood on the field with looks of disbelief and frustration on their faces.
Concordia Fails to Breach UQAM’s Defence After Slow Start
Outperformed during the first half, the Stingers did not manage to bounce back against the UQAM Citadins at Stade Saputo’s turf field on Sunday afternoon.