Women’s Hockey Team Unable to Capitalize of Numerous Chances
Reeling off their first victory of the season last week against the Carleton Ravens, Concordia’s women’s hockey team wanted to keep the momentum going at their inaugural game at the newly renovated Ed Meagher Arena.
Men’s Season Starts With Blown 13-Point Lead
A year ago, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team orchestrated a shocking 19-point comeback in the fourth quarter to ruin the Université de Québec à Montréal Citadins’ home opener.
Stingers Offence Fizzles in Season Opener
When your star player is on the court for 32 minutes of the game and makes only two baskets, your chances of winning as a team are almost nonexistent.
Concordia’s Renovated Rink Reopens
One year, over $6 million and two weeks of home-games-away-from-home later, Concordia’s Ed Meagher Arena is finally renovated and looking spiffier than ever.
ConU Conference Dives into the World of Professional Athletics
If you’ve ever tuned in to watch the Montreal Canadiens or the L.A. Dodgers over the past few years, or cheered Canada on in the 2010 Winter Olympics, chances are …
Stingers give up 4 third-period goals in 5-2 loss to Waterloo Warriors
Saturday’s game started off poorly, with a malfunctioning zamboni door that delayed the start of the game from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Stingers Women’s Basketball Team Looks to Reach Third Straight RSEQ Championship Game in 2013-2014 Season
Concordia’s women’s basketball team ended last season with a heartbreaking three-point loss to the McGill Martlets in the provincial championship.
Concordia’s Men’s Basketball Team Hopeful for Championship Run Despite Losing Key Players
Concordia’s men’s basketball team didn’t only lose the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec semi-finals last year…
Stingers Lose Game, Bragging Rights and Top Forward as Redmen Rally in 27th Corey Cup
Saturday night at the Verdun Auditorium was a game of symbolic tradition, as the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team took the ice against the McGill Redmen for the 27th annual Corey Cup in a battle for points—and bragging rights.
Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Comeback from 4-Goal Deficit For First Win of Season
After scoring just three goals in their first three games of the season, it was high time the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team started producing results on offence.