• Women’s Rugby: Gee-Gees For The Win

    Stingers Lose to Gee-Gees in Provincial Championship Game, Still Advance to Nationals

    There were seconds left to play in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec provincial championship rugby game on Saturday and the Stingers were trying to mount a comeback.

  • Football: Lost in Blue

    Stingers Drop Regular Season Finale at UdeM, Will Face Laval Next Week

    Twice the Concordia Stingers tried to compete with the reigning Vanier Cup champions, the Université de Montréal Carabins. Twice the Concordia Stingers failed. But it didn’t stop Stingers quarterback Trenton Miller from vowing that the Stingers would get another chance at defeating UdeM following Saturday’s game.

  • Men’s Hockey: Comeback Kids

    The Stingers win 4-3 over the Golden Hawks after a dreadful start

    Down 3-0 after the first period, it looked like the Stingers were done and out of the game. After the next 40 minutes, the Stingers were anything but that, completing the comeback and winning the game 4-3 versus the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks.

  • Breakers Dance Off

    B-boy Event Can I Get A Soul Clap Makes Street Dance a Family Affair

    Dancing duellists squared off on a mat, each trying to outclass the other under the gaze of a roaring crowd.

  • Built Tough

    Concordia’s Wrestling Team Trains Under Former Olympian Coach Victor Zilberman

    For most elite coaches, nothing but the best is expected, and with a no-nonsense attitude, Concordia’s head wrestling coach Victor Zilberman is no exception.

  • Men’s Hockey: Last Minute Effort

    McGill Redmen Steal Win from Stingers at Ed Meagher Arena

    McGill Redmen forward Daniel Milne scored the game-winning goal with 13 seconds left to play in a game against the Concordia Stingers this past Saturday evening at the Ed Meagher Arena, ending the game with a 3-2 score.

  • Football: Kick It to Win It

    Concordia Stingers Win Shaughnessy Cup and Clinch A Playoff Berth With Victory

    With crosstown bragging rights, a trophy and a potential playoff berth on the line, Concordia Stingers kicker Keegan Treloar was called on to kick a 30-yard field goal to win the game. However, prior to the game-winning kick, Treloar’s kicking practice net was broken and the fifth-year marketing student couldn’t warm up.

  • Paying It Forward

    Stingers Slotback Raises Money for Paralyzed Child

    Concordia Stingers slotback Jamal Henry has played a grand total of one game this season, as he’s been sidelined due to injury. Yet, he provided a significant contribution for his team, albeit after they defeated the Bishop’s Gaiters 63-0 on Saturday afternoon at Concordia Stadium.

  • Young Guns

    New Wave of Talent Buzzes Into Stingers Men’s Hockey Program

    The roster for the Concordia men’s hockey team has many new names following training camp. In an effort to get some fresh legs into the program, head coach Marc-Andre Element chose rookies in favour of long time Stinger veterans.

  • The New Guard

    Three-Point Specialist Returns to University Basketball As a Stinger

    Months ago, newly minted Concordia Stingers women’s basketball coach Tenicha Gittens had just celebrated her new job as Stingers head coach, similar to how most would do in the digital age—via Facebook post.