David Kaufmann

  • On the Upswing

    Stingers Golf Gets a Jumpstart With New Head Coach

    If everything falls into place for the Concordia golf club, they could be a force to be reckoned with once their season gets underway in September.

  • Stingers Turning the Page

    Spring Football Camp Promises New Beginnings for Embattled Concordia Squad

    The Concordia Stingers football team began the process of turning the page on their tumultuous 2012 season as they opened their annual spring camp practice last Thursday…

  • End of the Road for Stingers

    ConU Men Fall Short of Basketball Final in Injury-Plagued Season

    With 1:39 remaining on the clock in last Wednesday’s semifinal against the Bishop’s University Gaiters, it was evident the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team’s season was already over. *

  • All Done in the First

    Strong Opening Period Propels Stingers to Victory

    A strong first period is all it took for the Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team to put last Thursday’s game at the Concordia Gym away against the Bishop’s University Gaiters.

  • Sneaking By

    Stingers Basketball Overcome Sloppy Play to Win Key Game

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team are one step closer to opening the playoffs at home after defeating the Bishop’s University Gaiters at the Concordia Gym last Thursday. But they didn’t make it easy on themselves.

  • Clinching Home-Court Advantage in Style

    Victory Secures Stingers Second Place Finish in RSEQ

    It’s official: The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team will be opening the playoffs on their home court Feb. 27…

  • Too Close for Comfort

    Stingers Nearly Drop Their Second Straight to Fourth-Place UQAM

    For a while, it seemed like the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team were headed for a second straight loss…

  • A Last-Ditch Effort

    Shootout Win Kept Playoff Hopes Alive For 24 Hours

    It took 12 shooters to end last Friday’s matchup between the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team and the Queen’s University Gaels.

  • Incomplete Effort

    Strong Fourth Quarter Not Enough For A Stingers Victory

    It took three quarters for the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team to realize there was a game to be played last Friday night. And unfortunately for them, a strong fourth quarter wasn’t enough to get past the McGill Redmen.

  • Back on Top

    Stingers Victory Puts Them in First Place in RSEQ

    The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team fought hard and it paid off as they defeated the McGill Martlets last Friday for the first time since Nov. 24, and the first time on McGill’s home court since Nov. 10, 2011.

  • Fourth-Quarter Blues

    Final Frame Proves to Be Stingers’ Undoing

    Concordia’s women’s basketball team fought hard for most of the game, but hit the snooze button in the fourth quarter.

  • Taking Them for Granted

    Stingers Escape Loyola Gym With Win Over Redmen

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team didn’t appear ready for what the McGill Redmen had planned Thursday night, as their opponents entered the Concordia Gym firing on all cylinders.

  • Snoozin’ Stingers

    Flu Symptoms Linger in Latest Defeats

    They came to play, but forgot to shoot the puck.

  • Nearly Perfect

    Desmarais’ Return Leads to Victory

    Having a healthy roster never felt as good as it did Thursday night when the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team devoured the McGill Redmen in explosive fashion. The win marked the return of Stingers’ guard Kyle Desmarais, sidelined for months due to injury.

  • A Rough Start

    Women’s Basketball Come out Flat Against McGill

    The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team appeared to be in holiday mode as they were nowhere to be found in Thursday’s blowout loss to the McGill Martlets.

  • Locked Out?  Play On!

    Montreal Arenas Offer Ice Time for Hockey-Starved Players

    It’s that time of the evening. You’re at the point where you want to invite your friends over to watch the hockey game with some pizza and beer. There’s just one problem.

  • Losing Streak Ends

    Women’s Hockey Win Goaltender Duel and First Game Since October

    It took them six games, 65 minutes and four different shooters, but at long last the Concordia women’s hockey team won a game, throwing everything they had at the Carleton Ravens to defeat them 2-1 Friday night.

  • The End of an Era

    Stingers Captain Tittley Looks Back on Spectacular Career

    Last weekend’s Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championships didn’t only mark the end of the season for Concordia’s women’s rugby team—it also marked the end of an era for Stingers captain Jackie Tittley.

  • Ugly Victory

    Stingers Advance to Finals Despite Taking Too Many Penalties

    The Concordia Stingers men’s rugby team were lucky the Sherbrooke Vert et Or choked harder than they did in Friday’s semi-final. That’s because their lack of discipline nearly cost them the game.

  • No Medals for Lady Ruggers

    Stingers Return from CIS Championships with Fourth-Place Finish

    The Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team came up empty-handed in this past weekend’s Canadian Interuniversity Sport championships in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.