Sports

  • Snoozin’ Stingers

    Flu Symptoms Linger in Latest Defeats

    They came to play, but forgot to shoot the puck.

  • Cruising to Victory

    Stingers Fly Past Top-Ranked Gaiters

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team put the rest of their future opponents on notice Saturday night at the Concordia Gym, as they dominated the Bishop’s Gaiters, ninth-ranked in Canada and top-ranked in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec.

  • A Shaky Performance

    Stingers Squeeze by Winless Gaiters

    Ranked among the best teams in the country, Concordia’s women’s basketball team (5-2) were supposed to breeze by the Bishop’s Gaiters (0-7) Saturday afternoon at the Concordia Gym. Instead, an expected blowout turned into a narrow escape.

  • Stumbling Stingers

    Incomplete Men’s Basketball Team Blow Late Lead Against UQAM

    Despite missing star players, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team found themselves ahead of the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game—but it all slipped away in the final minutes of play.

  • Uphill Battle for Downhill Team

    Concordia University Ski Club Looks to Improve in 2013

    Concordia University’s Ski Club…

  • Nearly Perfect

    Desmarais’ Return Leads to Victory

    Having a healthy roster never felt as good as it did Thursday night when the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team devoured the McGill Redmen in explosive fashion. The win marked the return of Stingers’ guard Kyle Desmarais, sidelined for months due to injury.

  • Back on Track

    After Humiliating Loss to McGill, Stingers Bounce Back Against UQAM

    On Saturday, facing a team that had won their last five games, the Concordia’s women’s basketball team beat the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins at the Concordia Gym and showed why they’re considered among the best teams in the country.

  • A Rough Start

    Women’s Basketball Come out Flat Against McGill

    The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team appeared to be in holiday mode as they were nowhere to be found in Thursday’s blowout loss to the McGill Martlets.

  • Why Are the Stingers Struggling?

    ConU’s Sports Teams Are Having Trouble Finding Success. Here’s How th­e Athletics Department Plans to Make Strides. Sort Of.

    Concordia’s varsity sports teams are struggling nearly everywhere you turn.

  • ‘Tis the Season (For Workouts)

    Check Out Montreal’s Indoor Fitness Options

    During this city’s winter freeze, the streets fall silent and the sidewalks become narrow paths carved out by footprints laid down since the most recent snowfall. Montrealers seem to hibernate around this time of year, building up their reserves and waiting for the coming terrace season.