Andrew Maggio

  • 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.

  • Beginning to End

    Graduating Stingers Captain Reflects on Career

    Eric Begin was lost when he came to Concordia in 2007.

  • Stingers Slink Into Offseason

    Disappointing Season Ends in Blowout Loss to Carleton

    Yet another disappointing performance in a must-win game left the Concordia men’s hockey team in a state of shock Saturday afternoon, as they were officially eliminated from playoff contention.

  • That Hurt

    Stingers risk not making post season in humiliating defeat

    The McGill Redmen got revenge for last week’s home loss to Concordia by routing the Stingers 5-0 at the Ed Meagher Arena Wednesday night in the 25th annual Corey Cup game.

  • Overtime Winners

    Stingers Pick Up Crucial Points in Tight Playoff Race

    Nicholas Champion made 35 saves and Michael Blundon scored the overtime winner as the Stingers defeated the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes 4-3 in a closely contested game on Jan. 25.

  • Grades Before The Gridiron

    Rookie Vaillancourt Tipped for Pro Ball, but Rejects International Bowl

    Rookies are supposed to be complementary pieces to a sports team. They’re expected to stay quiet, absorb information and learn the ropes until their moment comes somewhere down the road.

  • Ottawa Weekend Split

    Men’s Hockey Team Wins Convincingly, Then Loses

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team got their weekend road trip in Ottawa off to a great start with a resounding 7-2 victory over the Carleton Ravens last Friday. Yet they couldn’t carry that same momentum into the following game, losing 5-3 to the Ottawa Gee-Gees Saturday.

  • Caron Wins Presidents’ Trophy

    Stingers Linebacker Picks Up Top CIS Defensive Award

    Concordia football player Max Caron gets CIS top defensive award at banquet in Vancouver.

  • McGrath to Stay On

    Concordia Football Coaches Meet After Twitter Controversy

    Concordia’s football exodus has been put on hold. No significant movement has happened since Nov. 8, despite a coaches’ meeting in the morning and a team meeting that took place in the afternoon.

  • Crossing to Nationals

    After Successful Season, ConU’s X-Country Teams to Vie for Top Spot

    With the season dwindling down to its last few weeks, Concordia Stingers cross-country head coach John Lofranco has been pleased with the overall performance from both the men’s and the women’s squads this year.

  • Uproar in the Offseason

    Twitter Fracas Calls for Football Head Coach to Resign

    With the season coming to an abrupt end at the hands on the Laval Rouge et Or this past Saturday, several Concordia Stingers football coaches and players are publically rebelling against long-time head coach Gerry McGrath.

  • Université de Maciocia

    Grey Cup Champion Coach Brings Winning Pedigree to Carabins

    Danny Maciocia is no stranger to the game of football. He’s successfully coached at every level, going back to his days as the coach of to the Canadian Junior Football League’s St. Leonard Cougars, right up to his Grey Cup with the Canadian Football League’s Edmonton Eskimos in 2005.

  • Stingers Go Down in the Mud

    Poor Weather a Factor in Road Loss

    Concordia’s men’s rugby team couldn’t pull off a victory on the road Sept. 30 as they fell 8-0 to Bishop’s University Gaiters in a sloppy, rain-filled affair.

  • Gentil Alouette

    Ex-Al Chiu Takes on Leadership Role With Stingers’ Staff

    For most of his 13-year career, Bryan Chiu was considered the best center in the Canadian Football League. Chiu was the recipient of various accolades, such as the 2002 Most Outstanding Lineman award, 16 total all-star selections…

  • Undisciplinary Hockey Proves Costly

    Poor Penalty-Killing Leads to Big Loss in Stingers Exhibition Opener

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team was treated to a 6-1 loss by the Ottawa Gee-Gees in exhibition play Friday night at Ed Meagher Arena. The game marked the opening of what players and coaches alike hope will be a fruitful and promising campaign.

  • Stingers Cap Off Homecoming in Style

    ConU Throttles X-Men From Start to Finish

    The Stingers kicked off homecoming weekend in style, beating the St. Francis Xavier X-Men 55-9 at Concordia Stadium on Saturday. The massive crowd was witness to a dominating performance by the Stingers, spearheaded by the efforts of cornerbacks Kris Robertson and Nathan Taylor, both of whom contributed immensely on defense and special teams.