Stingers Football Trying to Look Forward After Disappointing, Unfocused Season
It was not the season the Concordia Stingers football team dreamed of. Finishing with a record of 2-6, the Stingers ended up last in the the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec, missing the playoffs for the first time since a winless 2013 season.
Ricardo Monge Shines With 22 Points As Stingers Maintain First Place in RSEQ
Phone wallets, rally towels and eco cups for refreshments set Stinger fans ready for Fan Appreciation Day as Concordia hosted Universite du Québec à Montréal’s Citadins in their last game of the calendar year.
Despite Tight Battle Stingers Can’t Catch Up to Martlets
Stingers head coach Julie Chu’s squad came out flying as they heavily pressed the Martlets down in their territory in the first minutes of Saturday’s game.
Stingers Close Semester on a High Note with Four Game Winning Streak
The Concordia Stingers have earned themselves a break.
Fletcher and Roy Shine in Stingers Men’s Hockey Comeback Win
If newly acquired defenceman Simon Bourque was watching his new team against the Royal Military College, they certainly gave him a comeback worth seeing.
Defenceman is Set to Join the Stingers for the Winter Semester
The Concordia Stingers have announced the signing of Simon Bourque. The former Montreal Canadiens draft pick is set to join the team after the winter break.
Improvement From Last Season’s Rugby Nationals, But Stingers Fall in Bronze Medal Game
Despite a 21-5 lead early in the second half, the Concordia Stingers ultimately fell in the bronze medal match against the tournament host University of Victoria Vikings.
Stingers Take Over First Place
The Bishop’s Gaiters return to Sherbrooke defeated after the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball [3-1] squad topped them by double digits, claiming the first spot in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings.
After a Rough Start, The Stingers Bounce Back on Pots and Pans Night
The Concordia Stingers seized a victory over McGill for the second year in a row during this annual pots and pans night. With over 600 people in attendance, the Stingers took home the 87-81 win.
McGill’s Pots and Pans Fail to Break Focus of Well-prepared Stingers
The clinking sound of wooden spatulas and drumsticks against metal resonated throughout McGill’s basketball court, covering the voices of the crowd.
Dany Brunet Steps Away for Personal Reasons
In a surprise announcement Saturday morning, the CWHL’s Les Canadiennes de Montreal announced the departure of head coach Dany Brunet.