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  • A Precious Tradition

    Annual Loyola Sports Tournament Bigger Than Ever

    You could say it came from Meagher beginnings.

  • Cruising to Victory

    Stingers Fly Past Top-Ranked Gaiters

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team put the rest of their future opponents on notice Saturday night at the Concordia Gym, as they dominated the Bishop’s Gaiters, ninth-ranked in Canada and top-ranked in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec.

  • A Shaky Performance

    Stingers Squeeze by Winless Gaiters

    Ranked among the best teams in the country, Concordia’s women’s basketball team (5-2) were supposed to breeze by the Bishop’s Gaiters (0-7) Saturday afternoon at the Concordia Gym. Instead, an expected blowout turned into a narrow escape.

  • Stumbling Stingers

    Incomplete Men’s Basketball Team Blow Late Lead Against UQAM

    Despite missing star players, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team found themselves ahead of the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game—but it all slipped away in the final minutes of play.

  • Back on Track

    After Humiliating Loss to McGill, Stingers Bounce Back Against UQAM

    On Saturday, facing a team that had won their last five games, the Concordia’s women’s basketball team beat the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins at the Concordia Gym and showed why they’re considered among the best teams in the country.

  • PERFORM Centre, One Year Later

    Concordia’s Research and Athletics Centre Gaining Ground

    From the outside, Concordia’s PERFORM Centre looks like your everyday gym, but inside is a research and community-based complex that is looking to break new ground in the field of health.

  • Four In a Row

    Stingers Remain Undefeated with Win over Martlets

    A fast start and a strong finish is how the Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team recorded their fourth win of the season, defeating the McGill Martlets 72-62 at the Concordia gym last Saturday.

  • No Longer Perfect

    Concordia Loses First Game of Season to McGill

    Last Saturday, two Montreal rivals entered the Concordia gym with one goal in mind––stay undefeated.

  • Stingers Sweep Home Openers

    Sporting his headphones and a focused look while preparing for his team’s home opener against the Laval Rouge et Or last Thursday, last year’s league MVP Evens Laroche had no idea he was about to be benched.

  • ‘S’ for Spoilers

    Stingers Win Season Opener in Dramatic Fashion

    Down by 19 points entering the fourth period, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team orchestrated an improbable 74-69 comeback win to ruin the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins’ home opener.

  • A Hard-Fought Loss

    Bottom-Dwelling Stingers Nearly Upset Top-Ranked Martlets

    After giving an incomplete effort the night before, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team showed up to play Saturday at McGill University, competing hard against the top-ranked Martlets but ultimately falling 3-1.

  • A Stressful Game

    Stingers Begin Season with Tight Road Win Against UQAM

    The Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team kicked off their 2012 campaign with a tight 77-72 road win against the Université de Québec à Montréal Citadins last Wednesday.

  • Playing Timid

    Women’s Hockey Blow Lead Against Ottawa

    “Today, we just played stupid,” said a disappointed head coach Les Lawton after Sunday’s game. “Bonehead,” is the word he used to describe the way his team played with a two-goal lead—one they enjoyed until there were just six minutes left on the clock.

  • Going Through Rough Times

    Stingers Lose Out to Last-Place RMC

    Before Friday night’s game, the Stingers had reason to be confident. After all, they were playing at home against a winless team that they easily beat three times last year. But good goaltending gave the Royal Military…

  • Playing to Survive

    Rouge et Or Clinch Playoff Spot Over Stingers

    Concordia’s womens soccer team ended a promising season with a disappointing 2-0 loss against the Université de Laval on Sunday.

  • A Bright Future

    Rookie-Heavy Stingers Impress Despite Loss Against Powerful UdeM

    At the CEPSUM Arena, you could feel that the Carabins’ first home season game was a special one. It was in the air—specifically, in the booming words of announcer Michel Lacroix; the official voice of the Montreal Canadiens.