Former Stinger to Participate in Upcoming National Combine Next Month
Samuel Narkaj is about to head to Regina, Saskatchewan to partake in the most important training camp of his life. In about three weeks, he will be participating in the Canadian Football League National Combine, almost ensuring his spot on a team.
Students and Athletes Talk About Their School’s Rivalry
I’d rather be a Redman
than a fucking bumblebee,
I’d rather be a genius
than flip burgers at McD’s,
I’d never wipe my ass
with a Concordia degree,
So fuck you bumblebees!
Stingers Eliminated in Heart-Breaking End to Playoff Run
With seven seconds left in the game, Olivier Hinse stood at central ice, his head hanging low, ready to take the final face off of his U Sports career.
Marilyse Roy-Viau, Richelle Gregoire and Tamara Pinard-Devos Play Last Home Game
Saturday afternoon’s meeting between the Stingers women’s basketball team and the Laval Rouge Et Or marked the final home games for seniors Marilyse Roy-Viau, Richelle Gregoire and Tamara Pinard-Devos.
Fosu Pays Tribute to Grandfather and Family in Last Home Game as a Stinger
On Saturday evening, Michael Fosu gave his final goodbyes to the place he called home for the past five seasons.
Four-Time Olympic Medalist Swept Series With Both Concordia Stingers and Les Canadiennes
When Julie Chu began her whirlwind of a hockey season this past September, as both head coach of the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey program and defender for Les Canadiennes of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, she could never have envisioned winning two playoff series in one single weekend.
Les Canadiennes Sweep Brampton Thunder With 5-1 Win
Montreal’s top line of Ann-Sophie Bettez, Caroline Ouellette and Marie-Philip Poulin combined for six points, leading Les Canadiennes to a 5-1 win over the Brampton Thunder in Game 2 of their semi-final series on Feb. 25 at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.
Stingers Make it Past the First Round for the First Time Since 2005 With 3-2 Win
With less than a minute left in the game, the Universite de Montreal Carabins were down 3-2.
Rouge et Or Edge Concordia 77-67 in Final Stingers Home Game
With their friends and families in attendance at the John Dore Gym, three Stingers took their final bows on their home floor on Feb. 25 when they faced the Laval Rouge Et Or.
Concordia End Regular Season With Second Straight Win
The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team completed a solid 11 win, five loss campaign on Saturday evening with their 75-63 win over the Laval Rouge Et Or at the John Dore Gym.
Concordia Scores Four Unanswered Goals in Third Period
Second-year Stingers forward Claudia Dubois scored not once, not twice, but three times to help lift the Concordia to a 6-2 victory over the Universite de Montreal Carabins at CEPSUM arena Thursday night.