Sports

  • The Mario Lemieux of Women’s Hockey

    Ex-Stinge Lisa-Marie Breton-Lemieux on Her Hockey Career

    Hockey Renaissance woman and ex-Concordia Stinger Lisa-Marie Breton-Lebreux lapped a life goal last weekend, winning the Clarkson Cup—for a third time.

  • Barrette the Alouette

    Former Stingers Lineman to Dress for Montreal

    Like many young Canadians, ex-Concordia Stinger Anthony Barrette’s first passion was hockey. But a chance meeting helped spur his move from the ice rink to the gridiron.

  • Exhibit of Things to Come

    Stingers Men’s Rugby Team Starts Pre-Season with Victory

    The Concordia Stingers men’s rugby team began preparations for the upcoming 2012 season with a 15-5 victory over Royal Military College in exhibition play on Sunday at the Concordia Stinger Dome.

  • Hitting the Ground Running

    Stingers Cross-Country Team Comes up Strong at Spring Competition

    Concordia’s cross-country team turned in a solid effort in the 33rd edition of La Course et Marche Populaires de Lasalle on Sunday afternoon.

  • Pitching In

    Tournament Makes Gains Playing the Beautiful Game

    Despite the vast diversity of people and cultures in the Concordia community, it’s not often they are united under the common banner of a charitable cause.

  • Fencing for Glory

    Concordia Fencer Takes Second Shot at Olympic Gold

    “You are completely focused,” said Philippe Beaudry, discussing his mental preparation for a fencing match.

  • The Penalty Shot Shivers

    How To Conquer Your Fears From The 12-Yard Line

    Karim Haroun, centre midfielder for the Stingers, knows how to take a penalty shot—he converted four out of four penalties during the fall season.

  • Wrestling with a Dream

    Concordia Wrestler Hoping for Olympic Chance

    Weighing in at only 130 lbs, 24-year-old wrestler and Concordia student David Tremblay has a lofty dream much bigger than his 5’5” stature.

  • To the Maxwell

    Top Recruit Joins Stingers Football Team

    Jordan Maxwell was always talented on the football field, but something was missing. That changed when he decided to make the move to quarterback.

  • Bend It Like Genders

    Looking at a Future for Professional Women’s Soccer

    Jorge Sanchez has been a women’s soccer coach at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport and provincial level for over a decade—he’s seen the drastic change the sport has undergone in the new millennium.