Sports

  • 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.

  • Out Like a Light

    Women Season Ends in Semi-Finals

    The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team were unable to pull off an upset against the number-one seed Regina Cougars and fell 73-60 in the semi-final game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Western Regionals in Saskatoon Friday night.

  • Stingers Stutter on big Stage

    Ryerson Comes Back to Beat Concordia in Losers Bracket

    Ryerson University kicked the Concordia Stingers out of the consolation competition of the men’s basketball national championship.

  • Championship Dreams Dashed in Quarters

    Concordia Lose First Game in Nationals, Can’t Make Finals

    Concordia’s national championship dreams were crushed minutes into the CIS quarter finals.

  • Maroon & Golden

    Concordia Demolishes UQAM in RSEQ Final

    After a string of buzzer-beating finishes in the semi-finals, Concordia’s men’s basketball team trounced the Université du Québec à Montreal Citadins in front of a sold-out Loyola gym in the RSEQ conference finals 77-47.

  • Down But Not Out

    Nationals Still a Possibility for Lady Stingers Despite Finals Loss

    McGill’s Love Competition Hall was the scene of a near-miracle last Friday.