Julien Assouline

  • Women’s Basketball: Final Home Game

    Five-Year Veteran Kaylah Barrett Plays Final Home Game in a Stingers Uniform

    The Concordia Stingers could not overcome the McGill Martlets’ physical play in five-year veteran Kaylah Barrett’s final home game, losing 65-53 and giving them a 6-9 record on the season.

  • An Answer to the Hawks’ Success

    Kyle Korver is one of the biggest reasons for the Atlanta Hawks’ great start to the season and nobody knows it.

  • Tim Raines Should Be a Hall of Famer

    On Jan. 6, the Baseball Hall of Fame inducted four deserving members into its hallowed halls in Cooperstown, New York: pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz, and infielder Craig Biggio.

  • The Longest Dream In The World

    Concordia Student Jakub Muda Prepares For Eight-Month Expedition Across Canada

    In February 2014, Jakub Muda, a student at Concordia University, was looking to embark on a grand adventure. By the time you read this article, Muda will be preparing for an expedition that has been described as “the longest dream in the world.”

  • Men’s Basketball: Late Fouls Cut Stingers Comeback Short

    Stingers Lose Enthralling Game to UQAM Citadins

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team kept it close against the UQAM Citadins this past Thursday night, but ultimately came up short, losing 80-73 at the Concordia Gymnasium.

  • Women’s Basketball: Let’s Not Get Physical

    Stingers Held Back by Referees in Loss to UQAM

    Weeks after Stingers women’s basketball coach Keith Pruden complained over the quality of officiating in his team’s season opener, the coach bemoaned the referees once more.

  • Blame Game: The NFL Tries to Tackle Domestic Violence, But Does the Judicial System Need More Blame?

    The National Football League Players Association has filed an expedited grievance to have currently suspended star Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, reinstated into the NFL. Peterson is currently on the NFL’s exempt list, meaning that he is temporarily suspended with pay, without costing the Vikings a roster spot. Peterson was put on the exempt list after Peterson was indicted on charges for abusing his 4-year-old son.

  • Disappointment Doubled

    Stingers Lose National Championship for Second Consecutive Year

    It turns out that the highlight of beating McGill in the Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association’s North Division final last weekend was the peak of Concordia’s baseball season—it could only go downhill from there.

  • Baseball: You Can Blame Mother Nature

    Stingers Drop Game 2 to McGill, Series Tied 1-1

    The Stingers were seemingly on their way to a two-game sweep of the Redmen in the Canadian Collegiate Baseball Association North Division Final when rain began pouring down and moved the game to the next day.

  • Baseball: Stingers Take Game 1 of CCBA North Division Final

    Stingers’ Anthony Marandola Provides Heroics in Extra Innings

    The Concordia Stingers’ baseball team managed to take an early advantage in their conference final versus the McGill Redmen with a 5-3 victory in extra innings this past Saturday afternoon.