Sports

  • Stingers Baseball Preview: Replacing A Star Pitcher

    Concordia Baseball Program Looking To Bounce Back From Loss Of Jonathan Raftus

    A year ago, the Concordia Stingers baseball head coach Howie Schwartz’s team was entering the season as the national runners-up from the previous season.

  • Women’s Rugby: Stingers Lose 45-26 in Home-Opener Against Laval

    After Slow Start, Late Game Surge Unable to Help Stingers Win on Home Turf

    Head coach Graeme McGravie used the word “shocked” when asked to describe his team’s morale at half-time in their first regular season game on Labour Day.

  • Concordia Stingers Wrestling Preview: New Blood

    Stingers Seek To Bolster Experienced Roster

    Sports are hard enough to do when you’re at 100 per cent. When you only have half the roster you should have, things can get a little trickier.

  • Concordia Stingers Men’s Soccer Preview: Leading the Charge

    Head Coach Greg Sutton Looking Towards Veterans For Playoff Spot

    It’s been somewhat of a transitional period for the Stingers men’s soccer team under head coach Greg Sutton. He will look towards continuing his team’s development in the upcoming season.

  • Concordia Stingers Women’s Soccer Preview: New Groove

    Women’s Soccer Team Look To Climb Up The Standing After Undefeated Preseason

    With preseason coming to an end, and a new campaign up and running, the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team are looking to make an impression on the league come this fall.

  • Stingers Women’s Soccer Add Sports Science

    Women’s Soccer Team To Use Sports Science In Pilot Project

    At the end of practice, ten players from the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team retreat to the rafters and lift their shirts halfway up to unclip a red strap wrapped around their lower chest. This little strap represents the first step in an effort to shift the way the team will train.

  • Concordia Stingers Men’s Hockey Preview

    Stinger Kick-Start Training Camp and Hope for Strong Season

    The Stingers men’s hockey team finished last season with a losing record and an early playoff exit against their arch rivals, the McGill Redmen. While the statistics paint a negative image, the now-official head coach Marc-Andre Element viewed last season from a positive light.

  • Concordia Stingers Women’s Hockey Preview

    Newly Appointed Full-Time Head Coach Julie Chu Ready for First Season

    The Stingers were ousted from the Réseau de Sport Étudiant du Québec playoffs in the first round last season. The loss marked the end of a great career for team captain Erica Porter and veteran Marie-Pier Cloutier. Their departures signified a shift in leadership on the team, but Chu didn’t seem rushed to choose their next captain.

  • FC Montreal’s Unbeaten Streak Snapped by Louisville City FC

    Tarek Morad’s Second Half Goal Ends Montreal Streak At Five

    FC Montreal’s weakness of conceding goals minutes after halftime was enough to put a stop to their unbeaten streak that ended at five games. A goal by midfielder Tarek Morad sealed the 1-0 win for Louisville City FC at Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard.

  • Concordia Stingers Win Third Straight Shaughnessey Cup Over Rival McGill

    Trenton Miller Records Three Touchdown Passes in Stingers Win

    The Concordia Stingers opened their season to a raucous crowd at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium as they defeated their crosstown rivals McGill Redmen for the coveted Shaughnessey Cup. A memorable second-half performance saw the Stingers dominate McGill en route to a 30-16 win.