Bill 21 Has Sent a Clear Message to Everyone Around The World and Athletes Are No Different
Bill 21 has sparked protests all over the province and it’s existence could be a deciding factor in how athletes view Montreal as a potential destination.
Ottawa’s Speed Too Much to Handle as Concordia Swept in Division Finals
The Stingers fell 7-2 to the Ottawa Gee-Gees in game two of the Ontario University Athletics East Division Final at Ed Meagher Arena on Saturday night.
Playoff Absence Stings After Last Year’s Nationals Finish
For a second year in a row, the Stingers ended the regular season with a close loss to a first-placed Université Laval team. But the circumstances around each of those losses could not be more different.
A Look Into This Week’s Marquee Matchups
Wednesday evening, four of Quebec’s top university basketball programs will face-off in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec semi-finals, for a chance to be crowned champion in Saturday’s provincial final.
Montréal 3, Concordia 2: Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Bows Out in the First Round For Second Consecutive Year
Annabel Faubert’s Third Period Deflection Sends Carabins to Next Round
“I thought we had a really great first period,” said Stingers head coach Julie Chu. “Unfortunately, I think they outworked us in our second period and that ended up being really the difference maker.”
Stingers Sweep Third-Best Team in the Country in Massive Upset
In a massive upset, Concordia sent the number three ranked team in the country packing with a 2-0 series sweep to move on to the OUA East final.
Montréal 2, Concordia 1 (3OT): Stingers Women’s Hockey Drop First Game of the Series in a Marathon Affair vs Les Carabins
Annie Germain Plays Hero for Les Carabins With a Two-Goal Performance
Concordia’s women’s hockey team dominated game one of their opening playoff series against the Université de Montréal Carabins, but missed opportunities and quick whistles led to their defeat.
After Impressing During the Season, Open Practice is a Chance to Get Drafted
Despite an underwhelming season, six Stingers have impressed scouts and will be fighting for a chance to get drafted into the CFL
Zero Tolerance for Racist Incidents Is the Only Way Forward
After countless racist incidents have gone unpunished, it’s time for football’s governing bodies to start taking action
McGill Secures First Place in the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec
In a close game, it’s often the little things that make the difference.