Sports

  • Gone in a Flash

    McGill Redmen Put a Swift End to the Stingers’ Season

    It took 26 games for the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team to clinch the sixth spot in the Ontario University Athletics East Division and their first playoff appearance since the 2010-2011 season.

  • A Change of Guard

    Graduating Stinger Ashley Clarke Leaves Team with Big Shoes to Fill

    The end of the Stingers women’s basketball team’s season will be a bittersweet moment for graduating guard Ashley Clarke…

  • The Buzz

    Feb. 13, 2014

    Get your weekly dose of Concordia sports action with The Buzz, your source for all things Stingers.

  • The Start of A New Chapter for Concordia Football

    Stingers Introduce Mickey Donovan as New Head Coach

    After longtime Stingers football head coach Gerry McGrath announced his retirement last October following a disappointing 0-8 season, the responsibility of finding…

  • A 3,000 km Assist

    Stinger Mukiya Post Brings Sports Gear to Caribbean Youth with Pass the Ball

    On the court, Concordia Stingers forward Mukiya Post has been counted on as a scorer, averaging a team-leading 14 points a game this season.

  • Curtain Call for Captain Concordia

    Stingers Captain George Lovatsis Reflects on Career in Maroon and Gold

    When Concordia’s men’s hockey 2013-2014 season reaches its end, most players will be reflecting on a season filled with ups and downs, and looking forward to how they can improve for next year.

  • Gaiters Feast on Stingers

    Stingers Lose Home-and-Home versus Bishop’s

    After reviving their season with a six-game winning streak, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team has lost three straight games, including back-to-back losses to the Bishop’s Gaiters this past weekend.

  • Sweeping the Opposition

    Stingers Prolong Winning Streak to Six With Weekend Wins over Bishop’s

    The Stingers women’s basketball team have now won six straight games after sweeping a home and home series versus the Bishop’s Gaiters.

  • Stingers Secure Sixth Spot in Playoff Race

    Men’s hockey team takes three of four points over weekend

    Less than 24 hours after a trip to the nation’s capital left the Stingers men’s hockey team stunned and shaking their heads due to a 4-3 shootout loss, Concordia’s squad regrouped and displayed a great 60-minute effort, winning 4-2 against the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks.

  • A Fifty-Minute Effort

    Second-Period Slump Costs Stingers in 6-2 Loss to Martlets

    If Sunday’s game against the McGill Martlets was a preview of what’s to come, the Stingers women’s hockey team’s first postseason appearance since the 2010-2011 season might be a brief one.