What It’s Like to Be a Varsity Athlete as Told by a Stingers Football Player
We often see Stingers athletes working on the field, but how often do we see or hear about them working in the classroom? Or at their day-job? The life of a student athlete is a busy one, often punctuated by long days and tight schedules.
Stingers Rugby Player Ready to Dawn the Maple Leaf in Italy
It was an emotional phone call for Shawna Brayton.
Rennan Dias Scores Twice to Seal Win In Heated Match
The Mont-Royal-Outremont Griffons played host to FC Lanaudière on Sunday afternoon, edging out the visitors with a 5-1 win to keep their lead atop the Première Ligue de Soccer du Quebec standings.
League Leaders Fail to Distance Themselves From Pack As They Host Familiar Faces
The Mont-Royal-Outremont Griffons hosted CS Monteuil during a 0-0 draw on May 19th, in a game that could have decided who would gain sole possession of first place in the Première Ligue de Soccer du Québec.
Ballers Echelon Adds Uniforms, Facility, and Players to New Season
The second season of the Pro-Amateur basketball league, Ballers Echelon, took place at Ecole Saint Laurent this past Saturday.
QMJHL Defensive Forward of the Year Joins Large Rookie Class
Despite an already large rookie class, The Stingers men’s hockey team may have just announced their most meaningful recruit of this off-season in Felix Lauzon.
Sports and Politics Have Been and Will Continue to Be Intertwined
People always want to see things through a political lens. If there’s even a hint of public interest, someone will find a way to link it to a larger theme. This applies to both entertainment and show business. Ever since we started paying attention to prominent figures, they have used their influence to shed light onto issues that they feel need attention.
Jersey Henry and Sam Brodrique Will Look to Impress CFL Scouts for Next Year’s Draft
The Concordia Stingers football program will have two players representing them at this weekend’s annual East/West Bowl in Ottawa.
Offensive Lineman Maurice Simba and Defensive Lineman Michael Sanelli Will Both Be Headed to the Canadian Football League
Maurice Simba and Michael Sanelli have been selected 29th and 39th respectively in the 2019 Canadian Football League entry draft last Thursday.
Ryan Vandervlis and Jeffrey De Wit Among Nine Recruits From the Western Provinces and Quebec
With a class of graduating players including their top line centre Hugo Roy, as well as their captain Philippe Hudon, the Stingers are in need of some strong rookies to fill several holes in their lineup.
Weeks After the School Dropped Its Team Name, McGill Student Athletes Tell Their Stories
For three years, Tomas Jirousek has been a part of the McGill men’s rowing roster. But outside his rowing family, he says he’s struggled to feel like he belongs at McGill because of a controversial name the university has used for decades: Redmen.