David Kaufmann

  • Sports

    Late Heroics Not Enough

    A late rally wasn’t enough for Concordia’s women’s soccer team to recover from a three-goal deficit as the Sherbrooke Vert et Or cruised to a 3-1 victory at Loyola Field on Sept. 25.

  • Sports

    The Way of the Sword

    Sword fights and battle cries filled the air at Loyola Gym last Tuesday as Concordia’s Shidokan Kendo & Iaido Club held an open house to kick off the semester, drawing a crowd of four dozen experienced and amateur fighters.

  • Sports

    Stingers Open Season With a Thud

    Concordia’s women’s rugby team was caught by surprise last Sunday, as the Laval Rouge et Or dominated from start to finish to the tune of a 24-8 thrashing.

  • Special Issue

    Where Are the Sports?

    Are you in the mood for some bone-crushing, hard-hitting action? Perhaps you would like to watch some slam-dunking, or some goal scoring? Or maybe painting yourself maroon and gold is just your thing. (Fall colours, brah.)

  • Sports

    Eagles Fly Into Stingers Territory

    If last Wednesday’s game between Concordia’s men’s basketball team and the Niagara Purple Eagles was any indication, the Stingers could be competing for a national title come March.

  • Sports

    Stinger Desmarais Respresents Team Canada in China

    Stingers point guard Kyle Desmarais of the men’s basketball team is representing both Concordia and team Canada at the 2011 summer Universiade in Shenzhen, China, which takes place until August 23.

  • Sports

    Tremblay Takes Gold

    David Tremblay of the Concordia Stingers wrestling team has decorated his trophy room with his third straight CIS national title, all while helping Concordia get its first as a team since 1990.

  • Sports

    Ex-Stingers Win Highest Honour

    The Montreal Stars won the Clarkson Cup on March 27, earning themselves the highest honor in North American women’s hockey by shutting out the Toronto Aeros in the final with a decisive 5-0 victory.

  • Sports

    Provincial Champions

    The Concordia Stingers are headed to the CIS championship after a bitter fight against the Laval Rouge et Or. The Stingers snatched the provincial title in a 77-67 win at the Loyola Gym.

  • Sports

    Rebounds Abound

    Bad luck and a stingy Carabin goaltender stood in the way of the Concordia’s women’s hockey team’s chances of advancing to the next round. The Montreal Carabins cruised to a 4-2 victory at the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Sports

    Playing Catch-up

    They got a little banged up, but Concordia’s men’s basketball team finally struck back against the UQAM Citadins in a 94-87 decision Friday at the Loyola Gym.

  • Sports

    Comeback Falls Short

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team was on a mission last Wednesday when they took on the McGill Redmen at the McConnell arena. For the majority of the game it nearly worked,

  • Sports

    Victory Hockey

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team made a statement to the Ottawa Gee Gee’s last Sunday at the Ed Meagher arena. They weren’t going to be taken lightly, as they dominated from start to finish in an 8-2 rout.

  • Sports

    Off to Turkey

    Stingers women’s hockey coach Les Lawton is heading to Erzurum, Turkey this week to lead Team Canada in the 2011 Winter Universiade—a multi-sport event held by the International University Sports Federation from Jan. 27 to Feb. 6.

  • News

    Speakers On Campus

    Canadian Senator Anne Cools spoke to Concordia University students on Oct. 22, seeking to “expose the reality of domestic violence” by eliminating stereotypes of men being the primary abusers of women in conjugal disputes.

  • Sports

    Stingers Continue Hot Start

    The Stingers’ men’s hockey team claimed back-to-back 3-2 victories over the Nipissing Lakers and Toronto Varsity Blues at Ed Meagher Arena last week.

  • Sports

    Baseball Team Beats John Abbott, Notches Playoff Wins

    Concordia’s men’s baseball team clinched a playoff spot on Oct. 7 with a 10-1 win over the John Abbott Islanders at Trudeau Park.
    “What’s happening now is that the team is finally starting to gel. I think we’re finally starting to show some discipline,” said Stingers manager Howard Schwartz.

  • Sports

    Men’s Baseball Splits Double with Carleton

    Concordia’s men’s baseball team endured some growing pains last Sunday as they split their doubleheader against the Carleton Ravens with a 5-4 loss and a 10-9 win on the opponents’ turf in Ottawa.

  • Sports

    A Good Week

    It took some time, but Concordia’s women’s rugby team scored a couple of late game tries to post a come from behind 31-14 victory over the Ottawa Gee Gees last Sunday in the season opener.

  • Sports

    Stingers Win, but Lose Captain

    Concordia’s men’s rugby team opened its season with a costly victory on Sunday in a 24-7 rout over the Bishop’s Gaiters at Loyola.