Andrew Maggio

  • Stingers Stories

    Games of the Week

    Summaries on all the latest Stingers action!

  • The Great Eight

    Stingers Receiver Setting Lofty Goals

    Kris Bastien could have followed the dream he shared with countless young Canadian boys: pursuing a career in professional hockey.
    Instead, he was introduced to something that once upon a time was considered unconventional in this province…

  • Out of Sync

    Stingers Can’t Convert in Loss to Carabins

    Concordia Stingers football hung on for as long as they could, but it wasn’t enough as they fell 48-10 to the U de M Carabins on Friday night at CEPSUM Stadium.

  • Stingers Stories

    Games of the Week

    Summaries on the latest Stingers action!

  • Nail-Biting Opener

    Stingers Hang On For Season-Opening Win

    The Concordia Stingers football team got their season off on the right foot with a 42-36 victory over the Bishop’s University Gaiters Saturday at Concordia Stadium.

  • The Fight of His Life

    Concordia Judoka Sergio Pessoa’s London Experience

    Sergio Pessoa had spent his whole life training for this moment. As he walked into his under-60-kilogram fight against Yerkebulan Kossayev of Kazakhstan at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre in London…

  • Stingers Season Previews

    A Brief Look at Concordia’s Fall Sports

    August in Montreal means the bees are back. At Concordia, the eighth month means the same thing as Stingers fall training takes off. With the start of their seasons only days away, the athletes are gearing up for what they hope will be their own championship seasons.

  • Ed Meagher Arena to Get $6.5 Million Facelift

    Concordia Matches Government Donation

    The Stingers’ skating rink will be getting an overhaul, slated to be done by the start of next year’s hockey season.

  • Nah’msayin?


    Even during off-peak hours, the Concordia University elevators are useless.

  • The Disappearing Anglo Media

    Silencing Montreal Sports Fans

    My heart sank when I heard that TSN 990 was going to be shut down—for several reasons.

  • Sport Transcending Borders

    But How to Get People Interested in the Impact?

    The European Football Championship is more than just an ordinary soccer tournament. It generates unity not only for the countries participating in the event, but also for local ethnic enclaves here in Montreal.

  • Beginning the Quest

    Concordia Quarterback Trains with Alouettes in Off-Season

    When the 2012 Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec football season kicks off in August, Concordia Stingers second-year quarterback Reid Quest will be ready—perhaps more ready for a football season…

  • Gym-On-The-Go

    Workouts Meet Social Media with Training Mobs

    Its not everyday that you hear about two young men leaving high-paying jobs by choice, but for fitness entrepreneurs David Sciacca and Jonas Caruana, their jobs were merely an obstacle in their quest to answer the million-dollar question.

  • Flying High

    Concordia Student Heads to Red Bull Paper Wings World Championship

    Concordia student ZSean Qureshi will be representing Canada at the Red Bull Paper Wings World Championship, taking place in Salzburg, Austria May 4-5.

  • Bleu, Blanc, Maroon and Gold?

    Befuddled Habs and ConU Admin Have a Few Things in Common

    At first glance, there isn’t much Concordia University and the Montreal Canadiens have in common, except perhaps their proximity to Lucien-L’Allier Metro.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.