Despite Defensive Troubles, Men’s Hockey Downs Seventh Ranked Gee-Gee’s
The Stingers certainly started off the decade with a bang.
After Three Straight RSEQ Titles and a 27-Game Winning Streak, the Stingers Are Looking for a New Bench Boss
Concordia Stingers men’s rugby head coach Craig Beemer has stepped down from his position as of this morning, according to a tweet posted today. The team is now actively searching for a replacement.
Hockey Culture’s Day of Reckoning Is Here, but Its Toxic Aspect Won’t Go Quietly Into the Night
Don Cherry was just the start. Hockey’s boys’ club ideology has been prevalent since the first puck drop and is still so ingrained in every aspect of the sport that changing it won’t be an overnight task.
Students to be Paid for Use of Their Names and Images as of 2023
In late September, the State of California ruled that student-athletes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association should be paid for the use of their names, images, and likeness.
Stingers Move to Third Place in RSEQ Standings After Consecutive Wins Against UQAM
Concordia’s womens’ basketball team picked up their second win of the season against UQAM at the Centre Sportif on Saturday thanks to a strong defensive effort and execution.
Tyrrell Caps Off Stinger Career With Pro Deal
James Tyrrell has signed an official CFL contract with the Ottawa Redblacks. He was part of a 13-player list from Canada and the United States that signed with Ottawa on Tuesday.
Stingers Connect on All Cylinders With Four Starters in Double Figures
“Last year we didn’t get one in this building, […] so when we come against UQAM, there’s no love lost—like, it’s time to grind,” said guard Adrian Armstrong.
After His Second Year At the Helm, Head Coach Brad Collinson Is Focusing on Next Year
The Concordia Stingers football team’s season came to an abrupt and disappointing end against Université Laval Rouge et Or in the RSEQ semi-finals. Now, the program is focusing on building on its depth.
Stingers Move to Last Place in RSEQ After Another Narrow Loss.
Both teams came into the John Dore gymnasium at the bottom of the standings and in need of a win on Saturday, but it was the Martlets who escaped with their first victory of the season at the Stingers’ expense.
Concordia Falls Short in Bronze Medal Matchup at National Championship
After a tough loss at the hands of the UBC Thunderbirds on Friday, the Concordia Stingers were back in action on Sunday afternoon for their bronze medal matchup against the Queen’s Gaels.