Daniel Audette, Son of Habs Scout, Looks for Own NHL Path
Being the first overall selection in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League draft is enormous pressure for any teenager.
Shootout Win Kept Playoff Hopes Alive For 24 Hours
It took 12 shooters to end last Friday’s matchup between the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team and the Queen’s University Gaels.
The Ongoing Legacy of the Kahnawake Survival School Wrestling Team
If you were to ask Peter Montour to pick his proudest moment as part of the Kahnawake Survival School wrestling team, he would have trouble choosing just one.
Concordia’s Lack of Pool Leaves Swimmers Stranded
Concordia’s plans to build a swimming pool have been floundering since the beginning.
Strong Fourth Quarter Not Enough For A Stingers Victory
It took three quarters for the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team to realize there was a game to be played last Friday night. And unfortunately for them, a strong fourth quarter wasn’t enough to get past the McGill Redmen.
Stingers Victory Puts Them in First Place in RSEQ
The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team fought hard and it paid off as they defeated the McGill Martlets last Friday for the first time since Nov. 24, and the first time on McGill’s home court since Nov. 10, 2011.
Concordia’s Sports Clubs Can’t Yet Earn Varsity Status. But That’s Okay—They’ll Wait
Many things may keep Concordia baseball club head coach Howard Schwartz up at night. His team’s lack of varsity status isn’t one of them.
Annual Loyola Sports Tournament Bigger Than Ever
You could say it came from Meagher beginnings.
Final Frame Proves to Be Stingers’ Undoing
Concordia’s women’s basketball team fought hard for most of the game, but hit the snooze button in the fourth quarter.
Stingers Escape Loyola Gym With Win Over Redmen
Concordia’s men’s basketball team didn’t appear ready for what the McGill Redmen had planned Thursday night, as their opponents entered the Concordia Gym firing on all cylinders.