David Kaufmann

  • No Shots, No Victory

    Stingers Fail to Capitalize on Key Opportunities

    A consistent effort was missing from Friday’s matchup over the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks. As a result, the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team lost their fifth straight game, a game they could have easily won.

  • Clash of the Titans

    Women’s Rugby Nearly Drop Semi-Final in Dying Minutes

    The game seemed like a constant battle. At times it appeared as though the McGill Martlets were going to take this one. But the Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team prevailed…

  • Undefeated Season Goes to Laval

    Rouge et Or too Much for Stingers

    Too many mistakes were to blame in Concordia’s women’s rugby team’s first loss of the season Friday at the hands of the Université Laval Rouge et Or.

  • Homecrushing

    Poor Defense to Blame for Stingers’ Homecoming Loss

    Concordia’s homecoming game quickly turned to disaster as the Stingers football team were hung out to dry by the Université de Montréal Carabins on Friday, 38-0.

  • A Sting That Packs a Wallop

    Women’s Rugby Crushes Gee-Gees

    The Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team steamrolled the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Friday night, scoring early and often to win their fourth straight game by a 41-5 margin.

  • Stingers Weather the Rain

    Men’s Rugby Team Gets First Win of the Season

    It took three games, but the Concordia Stingers men’s rugby team got the monkey off their backs last Friday with a 19-7 victory over the Université de Montréal Carabins.

  • Downpour Gets in Way of Victory

    Stingers Baseball Gets Rained Out

    Stormy weather got in the way of the Concordia Stingers baseball team’s victory plans Friday as they were in the midst of figuring out the John Abbott Islanders star pitcher Pat Lalonde.

  • Big Win for Stingers

    Baseball Squad Take Advantage of Weak Bullpen Late in Game

    The Concordia Stingers baseball team took an early lead and never looked back Wednesday night on their way to an 11-4 thrashing over the McGill Redmen.

  • Stingers Stories

    Games of the Week

    Summaries on the latest Stingers action!

  • 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.

  • Paper Planes a-Flyin’

    Winners Fight for a Flight to Austria

    It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Well, really, paper planes. White paper planes filled the lobby of Concordia’s EV Building Feb. 28 as Red Bull Paper Wings hosted one its qualifying rounds leading up to the national round in Toronto.

  • Starting Playoffs the Hard Way

    Women’s Basketball Loses Twice, But Still Claims Home Court Advantage

    Concordia’s women’s basketball team secured a home court advantage for the playoffs this past weekend, but they did it the hard way.

  • Disappointing Weekend

    Losing Streak Stands at 11 for Women’s Hockey

    They looked and played like a team that had been eliminated from the playoffs.

  • Dryden Talks Game

    Ex-MP & Hockey Legend on Head Shots, Hockey History

    A crowd filled the Indigo bookstore in Place Montréal Trust Feb. 2 to hear former Montreal Canadiens goaltender and politician Ken Dryden talk about his book, The Game, and weigh in on the concussion crisis currently rocking the hockey world.

  • The Frustration Continues

    Penalty Woes Lead to Another Women’s Hockey Loss

    They came, they competed, but they couldn’t stay out of the penalty box.

  • Ex-Pro Tries to Fill Expos’ Void

    Yankee Catcher Returns to Teach Montreal Kids

    On Friday, the Montreal Canadiens’ practice facility in Brossard was taken over by baseball pros and aspiring major-leaguers, as around 160 kids lined the halls of the Bell Sports Complex to learn tips from New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin, who played high school baseball growing up in Montreal.

  • Two Minutes for Reffing: Unofficials Calling Intramurals Games

    Some intramural refs don’t have training, but just previous experience playing the game.

  • Shorthanded Squad Falls to UdeM

    Carabins’ Barker Pots Four as Stingers Beaten Early and Often

    A depleted lineup and lack of form were the main cause of Concordia’s women’s hockey team’s 7-1 drubbing at the hands of the Université de Montréal Carabins last Sunday.

  • Later Last Call Could Boost City’s Economy

    Just for Laughs co-founder Gilbert Rozon recently proposed the idea of keeping bars in Montreal’s downtown core open until 6:00 a.m.—three hours later than the current province-wide 3:00 a.m. closing time.

  • Get the Heck Into Dodge

    Concordia Dodgeball League Is Back in Action

    If flying balls and diving jocks pique your interest, Concordia has a recreational league just a ball’s toss from downtown that’s calling your name.