UBC Thunderbirds Claim Third Place, Shutout Stingers 2-0
Arguably the Cinderella story of the U Sports national championships were the Concordia Stingers, looking to win their first national medal since 1999.
Concordia Loses 6-2 to the Alberta Pandas, Will Play for Bronze Medal
It was a battle of the underdogs Saturday night in Napanee, Ontario as the seventh-seeded Concordia Stingers played the sixth-ranked University of Alberta Pandas.
Montreal Non-Profit Spreads its Message at Home and Abroad
Betty Esperanza says that skateboarding has the power to break the cycle of poverty, and foster strong community leaders, collaboration, trust, and freedom in poor communities that would otherwise be subject to violence and crime.
Stingers Back-Up Goalie Looks Back on His Time At Concordia
Antoine Marchand, the president of SWARM and goaltender for the Concordia Stingers, sat smiling and laughing at his desk—reflecting on his time with the team.
Montreal Roller Derby Kicks Off 2017 Season
Regretta Garbanzo, the roller derby alter ego of AC Riznar, just finished the first game of Round Robin, Montreal Roller Derby’s first event of the 2017 season. This also happens to be the first game they’ve ever played as part of a home team.
RSEQ’s Best Put on Display In Front of Scouts and Coaches
The best football players from eastern Canada were looking to impress Canadian Football League scouts, and extend their football careers just a bit longer, Friday at the Stinger Dome.
Les Canadiennes Reflect on “Dream” Season and Look Ahead to the Future of the Game
Fittingly, International Women’s Day was the day Les Canadiennes were celebrated.
Canadiennes Star Players Celebrate Championship Win and Reflect on Their Future
Les Canadiennes’ mantra has always been about how the team comes first.
A Look Back at Two Turbulent Seasons
It’s difficult to think that one weekend can define an entire season.
Men’s Hockey Captain Reflects on Five Years as a Stinger
It was a chilly Thursday afternoon. Olivier Hinse sat on the bench in front of his locker room stall. He wasn’t drenched in sweat nor was he dressed in his Stingers uniform. His skates were perched on the shelf above him—his maroon and gold jersey rested on a hangar behind him.