• The Buzz

    Feb. 6, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Concordia sports action, it’s The Buzz with David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali.

  • Cool Runnings

    Do Winter Jogging the Safe Way

    Cold and icy weather often makes you feel like just staying inside, but don’t let it keep you from your daily jog.

  • Concordia Gets a New Pond

    New Student-Initiated Outdoor Skating Rink at Loyola to Officially Open

    Back in mid-October, Krzysztof Kmiecik had a vision.

  • A Golden Opportunity

    Team Canada Captain and Former Stinger Caroline Ouellette Seeking 4th Straight Gold Medal in Sochi

    Representing Canada at the Sochi Winter Olympics is an honour that comes with high pressure to perform.

  • One Step Closer To Clinch Playoff Spot

    Big Win Gives Stingers a Chance of Post-Season for First Time in Three Years

    After being set back their chase for the post-season Saturday afternoon in a 5-1 loss to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport no. 1-ranked McGill Martlets, Concordia was excited at their chances against the Carleton Ravens—a team who had lost 15 straight.

  • Sinking Stingers

    Stingers Lose Both Weekend Games By Large Margin

    Trying to put a couple of points in their playoff race seemed impossible for the Concordia Stingers’ men’s hockey team this past weekend as they were beaten handedly in both games, losing 6-2 to the Queens’ Gaels Friday night and then 7-2 on the following afternoon playing against the Carleton Ravens.

  • No Glory Without Discipline

    Stingers Fall 4-1 to Red-Hot UQTR Patriotes

    The scoreboard showed 4-1 in favour of the Patriotes when the final horn sounded at Ed Meagher Arena on Wednesday night. The Stingers knew it could have been a lot worse.

  • The Buzz

    Jan. 30, 2014

    Get your weekly dose of Concordia sports with The Buzz, hosted by David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali.

  • Weekend Warriors

    Weekend wins keep Stingers men’s hockey team in playoff hunt

    Consistent inconsistency has been the Stingers men’s hockey team theme thus far in the new year.

  • Rising to the Occasion

    ‘The Best Point Guard in the Conference’ Has Stingers Back in the Playoff Race

    A 6-foot-tall point guard, the Stingers’ Adam Chmielewski was overshadowed in more ways than one last season by teammates Kyle Desmarais and Evens Laroche.