Vince Morello

  • You Must Train to Remain Insane

    Stinger Defensive Back Kris Robertson Does It All as Athlete and Personal Trainer

    When Kris Robertson first became a Stinger, he had one goal in mind. That goal was to become a professional football player, and he did anything and everything he could to reach it.

  • Late-Night Theatrics

    Stingers Edge Lakers 4-3 in Friday Night Thriller

    Faced with the continuation of their longest losing streak of the season, the Concordia Stingers had blown a three-goal lead against the Nipissing Lakers and were over a minute away from playing an overtime period. However, Stingers forward Dominic Beauchemin had other plans.

  • Gee-Gees Strike Early and Often

    20-Point Deficit in the First Quarter Sinks Stingers

    A good start is always key to getting a victory—and the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team learned this the hard way.

  • Back-to-Back Years of Dominance

    Stingers Baseball Team Wins Second Straight Division Title

    Concordia Stingers manager Howie Schwartz was moments away from the traditional celebratory Gatorade shower. His team had just gotten the division title win over the McGill Redmen and spirits were at a high. Unfortunately for the players holding the cooler, The Link reporter asking Schwartz questions delayed the celebration.

  • Graduating from the Hive

    10 Women’s Soccer Players Tie in Their Final Game at Concordia Stadium vs. UQAM

    The Concordia Stingers’ women’s soccer team will be losing some players to graduation following their season finale a few weeks from now.

  • New Blood, Same Heart

    New Men’s Basketball Squad Is Already Looking Towards Regular Season

    With most Concordia Stingers teams already knee-deep in their respective seasons, the men’s basketball team is still tuning up for their season opener in November. The team will look significantly different with eight newcomers on their roster, but the expectations remain the same.

  • Women’s Soccer: A Win to Remember

    Stingers Jump Ahead in the Standings with 2-1 Win over UQTR Patriotes in Erica Cadieux Memorial Game

    Friday night’s women’s soccer game between the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes and the Concordia Stingers will be a game the Stingers won’t soon forget.

  • Women’s Soccer: Sharing the Spoils

    Stingers Comeback and Tie Martlets and Remain Fifth in the RSEQ Standings

    The Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team came back from a two-goal deficit and finished with a 2-2 draw versus the McGill Martlets on Sunday.

  • Men’s Soccer: Stingers Fall Short Versus the Redmen

    McGill Redmen take advantage of Stinger errors to win the game in the second half.

    After their thrilling last-minute draw against the Montreal Carabins on Friday, the Stingers looked ready to take on their long time rival, the McGill Redmen. Unfortunately, the Stingers crashed back to Earth with a 2-1 loss.

  • Concordia Soccer: A Devastating Loss to End the Weekend

    Stingers Women’s Team Scoreless in Loss to Sherbrooke, Drops to 5th in RSEQ Standings

    The Concordia Stingers women’s soccer team learned a tough lesson in Sunday’s loss to the Sherbrooke Vert et Or: when it rains, it pours.

  • Women’s Soccer: Lack of Finish

    Stingers Fall to the Laval Rouge et Or

    The Stingers women’s soccer team dropped their second game of the season in a 2-0 loss to the Laval Rouge et Or on Friday evening.