• Stingers Hockey Previews

    What’s to Come From Your Stingers Hockey Teams

    A look at what’s to come for the Stingers men and women’s hockey teams.

  • Hockey Canada’s Future Shines at Ed Meagher

    Concordia Plays Host to Team Canada’s World Junior Hockey Squad

    The Ed Meagher Arena caught a glimpse of what to expect from Hockey Canada, and its hopefuls, at the upcoming IIHF World Junior Championships.

  • Jackalope Shreds It Up in Montreal

    Montreal Plays Host to Action-Packed Sports Festival

    For the third time in as many years, the Olympic Stadium hosted Jackalope, an extreme sports festival open to anyone and everyone.

  • Buzzin’ On Up To The Pros

    Four Concordia Stingers Make the Leap From CIS to CFL

    Tens of thousands of football players, whether in Canada or in the United States, all dream of making it on a professional roster. Most, if not all, work tirelessly to reach their goal, but only a few see their gridiron dreams come to fruition.

  • Ultimate Royalty

    Montreal Royal Look To Rip It Up in Ultimate Frisbee League

    Hold on to your hats! Montreal has a new professional team in ultimate frisbee.

  • Protect The Hive At All Costs

    Stingers Women’s Soccer Bolster Defence with New Recruits

    It’s a popular saying in sports: “Defence wins championships.” The head coach of Concordia’s women’s soccer team, Jorge Sanchez, made it clear he’s a believer in that adage with the players he has recruited so far this offseason.

  • Combining Two Passions

    Montreal Rapper Annakin Slayd Mixes Montreal and Sports in His Rhymes

    If you were to tell a young Montreal sports fan growing up in St. Leonard in the 1980s like Andrew Farrar that he would achieve international success…

  • Dodge, Dip, Duck, Dive and Dodge

    Concordia’s Dodgeball League Whips It at Le Gym

    If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball,” a wise man and dodgeball legend—or, more precisely, a character from the film Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story—once said.

  • Not Just Another Medal

    6-time Olympic Medallist and Humanitarian Clara Hughes Awarded Loyola Medal

    Olympic speed-skating and cycling medallist Clara Hughes took a quick break from biking and stopped by Concordia, where she received one of the university’s most prestigious awards—the Loyola Medal.

  • Back in the Hive

    New Concordia Football Head Coach Mickey Donovan Hopes to Return Stingers to their Glory Days

    In 2003, linebacker Mickey Donovan helped lead the Concordia Stingers football team to a 7-1 record and an appearance in the Dunsmore Cup.