Sports

  • Pucks Across the Pond: Mountain Pressure

    Not half the professional hockey players in the world can say they’ve experienced playing in an officiated outdoor game, let alone one nestled in the Swiss Alps—a mini European Winter Classic just three days before the NHL’s version between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers.

  • Can You Say Defense?

    Men’s Basketball Team Hits Hurdles But Wins Fourth Straight

    It took a full 40 minutes and some team perseverance, but Concordia’s men’s basketball team are now 4-0 in the season after last Thursday’s 73-60 victory over the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins.

  • Cold in One

    Strange Sport of Ice Golf Has Been Around for Centuries

    Golf’s moving from the greens to the whites.

  • Ottawa Weekend Split

    Men’s Hockey Team Wins Convincingly, Then Loses

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team got their weekend road trip in Ottawa off to a great start with a resounding 7-2 victory over the Carleton Ravens last Friday. Yet they couldn’t carry that same momentum into the following game, losing 5-3 to the Ottawa Gee-Gees Saturday.

  • Smooth Moves

    New Studio to Offer Martial Arts, Mind-Body Connection

    Yoga meets fighting—Systema fighting is now offered at Montreal’s Flow Space gym.

  • Two Minutes for Reffing: Unofficials Calling Intramurals Games

    Some intramural refs don’t have training, but just previous experience playing the game.

  • Fight Like a Soviet

    Russian Systema Debuts at Studio Flowspace

    Andrew Gordon Middleton is showcasing his upcoming classes in the Russian martial art Systema at Studio Flow Space on Dec. 3.

  • Strong Start Has Stingers Buzzing

    Women’s B-Ball Team Improves to 3-0 After Beating Gaiters

    It was a hard-fought battle, but Concordia’s women’s basketball team came out on top last Friday, nudging the Bishop’s University Gaiters 59-56.

  • Concordia Clinks

    An In-Depth Look at Concordia’s Notorious Drinking Culture

    Temperatures dropped sharply in the past two weeks, but the steps leading up to Loyola’s The Hive were packed Nov. 16, the students divided into those shivering impatiently to get inside and those out enjoying a smoke. That night, a few hundred Concordia students migrated to The Hive to partake…

  • Caron Wins Presidents’ Trophy

    Stingers Linebacker Picks Up Top CIS Defensive Award

    Concordia football player Max Caron gets CIS top defensive award at banquet in Vancouver.