Nick Pevato

  • Men’s Basketball: Seventh Heaven

    Concordia Wins Seventh Straight Game After Win Over Laval

    The Concordia University men’s basketball team defeated the Laval Rouge-et-Or 67-60 at home on Thursday night to extend their winning streak to seven games. Ken Beaulieu led all scorers with 29 points.

  • Men’s Basketball: “Let It Fly”

    Stingers Defeat Gaiters, Win Fifth Consecutive Game

    To put it simply, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team is hot right now.

  • Women’s Basketball: “Outworked”

    Concordia Stingers Women’s Basketball Team Loses Sixth Game of the Season

    The Concordia University women’s basketball team fell to the UQAM Citadins by a score of 56-43 on Thursday evening at the Centre Sportif UQAM.

  • Men’s Basketball: “Rude Awakening”

    Concordia Suffers First Loss of The Season to McGill

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team lost 75-53 to the third-ranked McGill Redmen in front of a boisterous crowd at the Love Competition Hall on Thursday evening.

  • Women’s Basketball: Martlet Madness

    Concordia Loses to McGill, Start Season 0-3

    The Concordia women’s basketball team was defeated 59-54 by the second-ranked McGill Martlets on Thursday evening.

  • Men’s Soccer: Foiled Again

    Concordia Men’s Soccer Team Falls to Laval in Season Finale

    The Concordia men’s soccer team wrapped up their season with a 3-1 defeat to the Laval Rouge-et-Or on Sunday afternoon. The Stingers finished their season with a 3-9 record and finished in sixth place in the Réseau du sport étudiant Quebec conference standings.

  • Men’s Soccer: Down and Out

    Concordia’s Losing Streak Continues After 4-1 Loss to UQTR Patriotes

    The Concordia men’s soccer team was dealt their fifth loss in as many games, losing a 4-1 decision at the hands of the Université de Québec a Trois-Rivières Patriotes on Sunday afternoon at the Concordia Stadium.

  • Men’s Soccer: “Broken Record”

    Concordia’s Woes Continue As They Drop Game to McGill

    Truth be told, it was the same old song and dance Friday night for the Concordia Stingers men’s soccer team. An inability to dictate the play, failure to finish, and lack of concentration all led to the demise of the Stingers, who fell 1-0 to the McGill Redmen at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium this past Friday night.

  • Women’s Soccer: Playoffs Slipping Away?

    Stingers Lose 2-0 to UdeM Carabins at Concordia Stadium

    By their own admission, an “average” Université de Montréal Carabins defeated the Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team 2-0 on Sunday afternoon.

  • Men’s Soccer: Shutout Again

    Stingers End Tough Weekend With 2-0 Loss to UdeM

    A tough weekend came to a close Sunday afternoon for the Concordia men’s soccer team. After dropping a tough 2-0 defeat to number one nationally ranked UQAM on Friday, Concordia fell to the Université de Montréal Carabins by the same score on Sunday afternoon.

  • Reggae Boy

    Stingers Midfielder Brandon Anderson Looks Back on International Experience

    It was an unreasonably hot afternoon in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The mid-August sun was relentless in the sky, beaming down directly on the soccer players as they nervously fidgeted and jogged in place. Brandon Anderson stood intently in the row of his teammates, all wearing black, yellow and green—the colours of their country, Jamaica.

  • Men’s Soccer: “It’s A Cruel Game”

    Stingers Lose 2-0 Against Top-Ranked UQAM Citadins

    A crossbar, a post and a saved penalty were all that came in the way of the Stingers defeating the best men’s university soccer team in Canada.

  • Men’s Soccer: Stingers Bounce Back

    ConU Returns to Win Column With 4-1 Win over Sherbrooke

    The Concordia men’s soccer team ended their goal drought in emphatic style Friday night, defeating the Sherbrooke Vert-et-Or (0-4) by a score of 4-1 at Concordia Stadium. After being shutout in their last two games, the Stingers rediscovered the scoring touch that had deserted them after their four-goal opening season win.

  • Women’s Soccer: Stingers Blanked 3-0 at CEPSUM

    Concordia Shutout At The Hands of the UdeM Carabins

    Concordia’s women’s soccer team ran into a buzzsaw on Friday night at the Université de Montreal’s CEPSUM, where they were convincingly beat by a score of 3-0 by the Université de Montreal Carabins. UdeM had three goals from three separate players, as they remain unbeaten in league play with a 2-0-1 record, while the Stingers fell to 1-2.

  • Men’s Soccer: The Well Has Dried Up

    Concordia Men Held Scoreless Again, Lose 3-0

    After a dream start to their 2015 campaign, the Concordia men’s soccer team has now suffered two consecutive defeats, including a 3-0 loss against Université de Montreal on Friday night.

  • Women’s Soccer: Un-Hive-ly

    Stingers Women’s Soccer Team Drops Season Opener Against Martlets 4-0

    It was a tough outing for Concordia’s women’s soccer team as they fell to rival McGill University 4-0 this past Friday night at Concordia Stadium. The Martlets were lead by Audrey-Ann Coughlan, who scored twice for the visitors. Daphnee Morency-Roussin and Rebecca Green also found the back of the net as McGill cruised to a season opening victory.

  • Men’s Soccer: Stingers Score Four

    Stingers Men’s Soccer Team Wins First Game Since 2013 With 4-0 Win Over McGill

    Thanks to two goals from freshman Eli Barutciski, the Stingers men’s soccer team defeated bitter rivals, the McGill Redmen 4-0 this past Friday night at Concordia Stadium. It is the first victory for the Stingers in the RSEQ conference since Oct. 27, 2013.

  • Men’s Soccer Preview: Attacking and Exciting?

    Men’s Team Optimistic They Can Move On Past Old Scoring Woes

    After a dismal 2014 campaign that saw the team fail to pick up a win in league play, the Stingers will look to use their experience, and new additions, to make some noise this fall.