Goals by Malik Johnson and Raheem Edwards Sealed Rivalry Win For Toronto
Red was stronger than blue once again as Toronto FC II took a 2-1 win against the FC Montreal at the Olympic Stadium on Saturday.
Combat Athletes on the Difficult and Dangerous Process of Weight Cutting
“I can’t stop sweating,” said John “The Bull” Makdessi, a Mixed Martial Arts fighter, as heavy bags thudded and snapped at Tristar Gym in Montreal.
Concordia Alum and MLB Scout Jim Stevenson Reminisces on His Career Path
At the end of the Major League Baseball season, members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America vote for the best pitchers in the league’s two divisions—the National League and the American League—and award them the Cy Young award. At the end of the Major League Baseball season, members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America vote for the best pitchers in the league’s two divisions—the National League and the American League—and award them the Cy Young award.
Following the Career of the Second Year Concordia Hockey Goaltender
At the beginning of 2015, Robin Billingham was the guy.
Representatives From the Sports Industry Spoke About their Experiences at Concordia
Without the fans, professional sports would count for very little. Tim Zenner’s job, as director of ticketing and fan engagement for the Detroit Lions, is basically to make sure his fanatics feel appreciated and happy without having their wallets emptied.
Fabian Herbers Scores Lone Goal in Steel’s 1-0 Shutout
Disappointed faces headed back to the locker rooms through the tunnels of Olympic Stadium on Friday night. Given the opportunity to play on the United Soccer League’s opening game, FC Montreal fell 1-0 to expansion team Bethlehem Steel FC.
Profiling Incoming Football Freshman Jizreel Botat
He has yet to step on the field for the Concordia Stingers football team, but rookie halfback Jizreel Botat has already made his intentions known about finding his place on the Stingers squad.
One Student’s Journey in Memory of Her Grandmother
She struggles to pace her breathing—each lungful cutting shorter than the last. The self-awareness only makes it worse. Is the treadmill getting faster? Ten kilometres. She feels like her lungs are going to collapse. How is she ever going to run 42?
Concordia Student and Sprinter Joel Jacobs Turned Away From 2016 Summer Olympics
It’s not a stretch to say that every competitive athlete’s goal is to make the Olympics. Years of training and hard work are required. Sacrifices have to be made to progress in your athletic career.
Ottawa Wins 3-1 in Quiet, Not for Public, Preseason Game at Olympic Stadium
Pressure was high in FC Montreal’s last game before the start of the 2016 United Soccer League season, as the team lost 3-1 against the Ottawa Fury of the North American Soccer League.