Stingers Forward Balanced Faith, School and Basketball During his Years with the Team
Dvir Cahana balanced faith and the busy life of a student athlete with the Stingers
The Group Hopes to Welcome Nature Enthusiasts of All Levels
Clubs on campus are one of the crucial elements of student life that not only improve people’s experience, but can also introduce them to new Concordians with similar interests. As the school year comes to a close, there are many clubs that have grown and welcomed new members.
NHL Goalie Coach Joined Stingers Coaching Staff
Jim Corsi brings over 15 years of NHL coaching experience to the Stingers bench
Sporting Montreal Co-Founder Opens Up about His Choice to Stick With Futsal
Shaquille Michaud left his university soccer career to continue making a splash with the futsal company he founded
The Team Hopes for Growth After First Nationals Berth in 34 Years
It was a special season for the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team. With highs of a Corey Cup win and all-star honours paired with the lows of a post holiday struggle for consistency, the 2017-2018 season is one that Concordia can look back on with pride.
Laura Stacey Pots Home Overtime Winner to Lead Markham to Victory
TORONTO—They may have been the fourth seed and the final team to qualify for the postseason. They may have had to knock off the regular season champion Canadiennes in Montreal in order to reach the finals. However, when all was said and done, the Markham Thunder left Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum as Clarkson Cup champions.
Both Teams Overcome Obstacles to Reach Title Game
TORONTO—It was not an easy ride for either team, with bumps and bruises, trials and tribulations to contend with all throughout the season.
We Didn’t Bring Home Gold, But it Was a Trip I’ll Never Forget
LONDON—For the second time in two seasons, my team went to nationals.
Les Canadiennes’ Cathy Chartrand wins Defender of the Year
TORONTO—The Canadian Women’s Hockey League’s brightest stars were on display Friday night at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Former Stingers Forward Looking to Earn a Pro Contract With His Childhood Team
The dominance that Anthony Beauregard brought to the Stingers this season has earned him a contract with a professional team.
4-0 Shutout Over University of Saskatchewan Huskies Lands Them Third Place
After dropping the semi-final in a heartbreaking shootout loss to the University of Manitoba Bisons, Concordia’s women’s hockey team looked to claim the bronze medal at U Sports Nationals as they faced off against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.