Alexander Perez

  • Men’s Soccer: A Hard Fight

    Stingers Come From Behind to Stun the Montreal Carabins 2-1 in Home-Opener

    The Stingers bounced back Friday night after a harsh loss against the McGill Redmen as they showed their gritty side in a 2-1 comeback win to seal three points in their home-opener at Concordia Stadium.

  • Concordia Stingers Men’s Soccer Preview: Leading the Charge

    Head Coach Greg Sutton Looking Towards Veterans For Playoff Spot

    It’s been somewhat of a transitional period for the Stingers men’s soccer team under head coach Greg Sutton. He will look towards continuing his team’s development in the upcoming season.

  • Concordia Stingers Women’s Soccer Preview: New Groove

    Women’s Soccer Team Look To Climb Up The Standing After Undefeated Preseason

    With preseason coming to an end, and a new campaign up and running, the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team are looking to make an impression on the league come this fall.

  • Sports Previews: What You Need to Know About the Concordia Stingers

    A look at what to expect from some of the Stingers teams this year.

  • Fields of Dreams

    Nirra Fields Talks Team Canada, UCLA Bruins, and Being Drafted Into the WNBA

    At 22 years old, Montreal born basketball player Nirra Fields has been through it all. From representing Team Canada to being drafted into the Women’s National Basketball League, the UCLA Bruins guard possesses an impressive repertoire, and she’s not even in her prime yet.

  • Switching Allegiances

    Alexandros Kouvakas on Weightlifting and Ambitions to Represent Greece at Olympic Games

    A weightlifter waits for his turn to compete. He rubs the church’s holy oil on his knees and elbows, praying to the archangel, Michael. It’s time. Stepping centre stage on the mat, he grabs the 210-kilogram barbell, lifting it over his broad shoulders.

  • Up for the Task

    Newly Appointed Futsal Coach Opens Up About Sport’s Rapid Growth in Canada

    The ball is just as round, but it doesn’t roll on grass, it rolls on hardwood floor. Many of today’s soccer players owe their success to the little-known sport of futsal.

  • Women’s Basketball: “Still Not Satisfied”

    Stingers Beat Last Place Bishop’s Gaiters at Home

    The Concordia Stingers had an easy time at the Concordia Gymnasium on Thursday night, as they cruised to an 80-51 win over the Bishop’s Gaiters.

  • Dunking for Success

    Stingers Guard Jonathan Mirambeau Speaks About His Life as a Diabetic Athlete

    It was a normal day at his grandmother’s house when an 11-year-old Jonathan Mirambeau felt ill.

  • Men’s Basketball: Stung!

    Stingers Defeat UQAM Citadins at UQAM’s Centre Sportif

    It was a night where everything seemed to go right for the Concordia Stingers.

  • Women’s Hockey: Gee-Gees Too Good

    Stingers Lose to Gee-Gees in Shootout After Holding 3-0 Lead

    The Concordia Stingers raced out to a three-goal lead on the Ottawa Gee-Gees, but they ultimately lost 5-4 in a shootout on Sunday afternoon at home in the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • “Nothing Wrong With Being MLS”

    Major League Soccer Executives Discuss Soccer’s Rise in North America at John Molson Sports Marketing Panel

    “We are not the NFL, we are not the NBA,” said Toronto FC President, Bill Manning. “It’s okay being MLS, and I never try to pretend that we’re the NFL.”

  • Women’s Soccer: Final Day Woes

    Stingers Lose 1-0 to Laval in Last Regular Season Game, Begin to Look Towards Future

    The Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team fell to division leaders, the Laval Rouge et Or, 1-0 on a stormy afternoon at Concordia Stadium this past Sunday evening. Laval’s goal came courtesy of forward Cynthia Turcotte.

  • Women’s Soccer: Another Setback

    Stingers Drop 2-1 Game to McGill Martlets, Now 11 Points Out of Final Playoff Spot

    The Concordia Stingers dropped their second game of the season against the McGill Martlets on Friday, Oct. 16, losing 2-1.

  • Women’s Soccer: Never Fear, Fournier is Here!

    ConU Defeats UQÀM Citadins 2-1 At Concordia Stadium

    Coming off back-to-back losses, the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team ended the losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the UQÀM Citadins this past Friday night at Concordia Stadium.

  • Remembering Erica Cadieux

    Annual Memorial Game Marks 10 Years Concordia Stadium

    Jan. 27 will forever be a day of mourning for the Concordia Stinger family. It was this day, in 2006, that former women’s soccer player Erica Cadieux was killed after a driver, who fell asleep at the wheel of her SUV, hit her.

  • Women’s Soccer: Not Enough

    Unlucky Stingers Come Up Short in Erica Cadieux Memorial Game

    It was another gloomy night for the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team as they were beaten 2-1 by the Sherbrooke Vert et Or this past Friday night in the annual Erica Cadieux memorial game at Concordia Stadium. The Stingers now have a record of 1-3-1 five games into their season.