Sports

  • Top of the Heap

    Stingers Clinch First Place in RSEQ with Win Over UdeM Carabins

    It was a cold Friday night for Stingers fans at the men’s rugby team’s final regular season game. While the weather may not have been ideal, those who braved the cold with gloves, blankets and tuques were rewarded in the end.

  • Late-Night Theatrics

    Stingers Edge Lakers 4-3 in Friday Night Thriller

    Faced with the continuation of their longest losing streak of the season, the Concordia Stingers had blown a three-goal lead against the Nipissing Lakers and were over a minute away from playing an overtime period. However, Stingers forward Dominic Beauchemin had other plans.

  • Stingers Double Up Ravens for First Win

    Concordia’s Women Hockey Team Prevails in Home Opener

    Despite losing rookie forward Suzie Sauriol to a lower-body injury suffered in the pre-game warm-up, the Stingers beat the Carleton Ravens 4-2 this past Sunday afternoon.

  • Get On The Good Foot

    Stingers Avoid Upset Against McGill in Shrine Bowl Thriller with Late Field Goal

    Graced by the presence of former Montreal Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo, the Stingers entered the 28th annual Shrine Bowl game against the winless McGill Redmen looking to snap a three-game losing skid and get themselves back on the right foot before the playoffs.

  • Buildup to Nowhere

    Stingers Allow Four Unanswered Goals In Loss to Queen’s Golden Gaels

    It was difficult to watch the utter shock and disappointment on Olivier Hinse’s face. The Stingers men’s hockey captain had given his team a 2-0 lead against the Queen’s Golden Gaels on Saturday evening and Concordia was seemingly on its way to a fourth victory this season.

  • Growing Pains

    Men’s Hockey Team Loses to UOIT Ridgebacks

    The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team lost to the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks this past Friday night by the score of 6-3. The Stingers have lost back to back games for the third time this year after only nine games.

  • Gee-Gees Strike Early and Often

    20-Point Deficit in the First Quarter Sinks Stingers

    A good start is always key to getting a victory—and the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team learned this the hard way.

  • 34 Years And Still Going Strong

    Les Lawton Reflects On Ongoing Legacy of Greatness in Women’s Hockey

    The old saying “If you love your job, you will never work a day in your life” rings true for Les Lawton. Lawton has been the head coach of the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team since 1980, and is showing no signs of slowing down.

  • Painting a Fútbol Culture onto Montreal

    Local Pub Owner Enlists Help of Spanish Artist to Unite Art and Soccer

    “Giving my little help and work—being in a city I have a nice connection with—it makes the project really good.”

  • Disappointment Doubled

    Stingers Lose National Championship for Second Consecutive Year

    It turns out that the highlight of beating McGill in the Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association’s North Division final last weekend was the peak of Concordia’s baseball season—it could only go downhill from there.