Laframboise Lives and Breathes MMA
Corinne Laframboise was pinned to the ground by her opponent during the second round of her latest professional mixed martial arts fight. Her back on the floor of the cage, she fought to regain control.
Laframboise hoisted her legs from Morgane Ribout’s waist to her neck, surprising her adversary with a triangle choke that ultimately won the Montreal fighter her bout at the Bell Centre.
Bad Bounces And Turnovers Sink Stingers Early
The Concordia women’s hockey team took on the McGill Martlets on Thursday for game one of their first round matchup in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec playoffs, with the second seed Stingers having the support of a home crowd at Ed Meagher arena.
Stingers Conclude Regular Season With Seven-Game Winning Streak
Concordia came into Saturday’s game versus the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees sitting one point behind hometown rival McGill in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings. A win would provide the Stingers with home-ice advantage in the eventual series against the Martlets.
Men’s Hockey Loses First Line Centre
Concordia’s first line centre Hugo Roy will not be returning to the Stingers next season. After an impressive rookie season with the Stingers, Roy has signed a professional tryout contract with the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League.
The Men’s Hockey Captain Has Played His Last Game as a Stingers
“Hu-don, Hu-don,” was the chant that filled the Ed Meagher arena after Friday’s game two loss to the Queen’s Golden Gaels. A standing ovation and cheers from the crowd are not the usual reaction to a playoff loss.
Highs and Lows of Season for Men’s Hockey Rolled Into One Game
“We should have kept our foot on the gas and kept going. It’s easy to say now buy it’s pretty tough,” said Stingers defenceman Carl Neill.
Men’s Basketball Drops Final Regular Season Home Game
Thursday night, McGill went to Notre-Dame-de-Grace to put up 70 points, beating Concordia at home.
Late Penalty Sinks Men’s Hockey
The Concordia Stingers met the Queen’s Golden Gaels for game one of their third consecutive playoff series on Feb. 13 in Kingston. Last season, the Maroon and Gold won a tight, three game series, getting revenge for a defeat at the hands of Queen’s and their strong goaltending.
League Partnership Creates Opportunities for University Men’s Basketball Players
U SPORTS announced on Twitter and through a press release Tuesday morning that it will be partnering with the Canadian Elite Basketball League, a new professional men’s basketball league expected to begin play in spring 2019.
Stingers Celebrate Pink In The Rink With Impressive Victory Over League Leaders
The Stingers women’s hockey team came into Saturday’s game versus Université de Montréal looking to add to their five game winning streak after shutting out their last two opponents.
Brothers Recount Their Path to Professional Lacrosse, Obstacles Faced Along the Way
Brothers Jeremy, Jerome, Miles, and Lyle Thompson from the Onondaga Iroquois Nation in upstate New York were quite literally born with lacrosse sticks in their hands, receiving traditional wooden sticks at birth.