45 Athletes Compete at Concordia’s Athletics Complex
On Wednesday, 45 young and talented athletes made their way out to the sports complex on the Loyola campus of Concordia University to compete in the Canadian Football League’s regional combine. This was their chance to get one step closer to a dream; becoming a professional football player.
UQAM Point Guard Greishe Clerjuste Leads Upset with 24 Points
The number-three-ranked UQAM Citadins eliminated the second-ranked Concordia Stingers in the semi-final matchup of the men’s Réseau de Sport Etudiant de Québec basketball playoffs by a score of 70-63 Friday night at McGill’s Love Competition Hall.
Stingers See Season End With 85-60 Loss to McGill in RSEQ Final 4 Semi-Final
Optimism was high for the Concordia Stingers as the halftime buzzer sounded Thursday night at McGill. They had little success against the McGill Martlets in 2016, losing all four of their meetings in the regular season, but were only down 35-34 at the break.
The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team is currently in the process of hiring a new head coach.
How to Get People to Attend Canadian Interuniversity Sport Games
It’s the little brother to the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the United States, and Canadian Interuniversity Sport features the best collegiate athletes that Canadian universities have to offer.
Stingers Beat UQAM 64-51 in Season Finale
Behind a strong performance from veteran forward Richelle Gregoire, the Concordia Stingers defeated the UQAM Citadins 64-51 at the UQAM Centre Sportif on Thursday evening.
Stingers Close Out Regular Season With Win at UQAM
After seeing the Stingers women’s team win the top half of the Thursday night doubleheader at UQAM, the men’s squad came out with a gutsy performance to beat the Citadins 76-74.
Following the Golden Snitches of the Quidditch Eastern Regional Championships
Real live quidditch is just like the game in the Harry Potter books—sort of.
Newly Appointed Futsal Coach Opens Up About Sport’s Rapid Growth in Canada
The ball is just as round, but it doesn’t roll on grass, it rolls on hardwood floor. Many of today’s soccer players owe their success to the little-known sport of futsal.
Canadiennes Defender and Stingers Coach Julie Chu Experiences Both Playoff Win and Playoff Loss On Same Day
This past Saturday turned out to be an eventful day for Montreal Canadiennes defender and Concordia Stingers women’s hockey acting head coach Julie Chu.