• Down But Not Out

    Nationals Still a Possibility for Lady Stingers Despite Finals Loss

    McGill’s Love Competition Hall was the scene of a near-miracle last Friday.

  • Beginning to End

    Graduating Stingers Captain Reflects on Career

    Eric Begin was lost when he came to Concordia in 2007.

  • Paper Planes a-Flyin’

    Winners Fight for a Flight to Austria

    It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Well, really, paper planes. White paper planes filled the lobby of Concordia’s EV Building Feb. 28 as Red Bull Paper Wings hosted one its qualifying rounds leading up to the national round in Toronto.

  • One (Close) Step Ahead

    Slow Second Half Nearly Ends Stingers Post-Season

    The win was captured by senior point guard Kyle Desmarais’s clutch foul shooting in the final seconds, and as a result the Stingers earned their place in Saturday’s RSEQ basketball championship game against the UQAM Citadins.

  • Bring on McGill

    Women’s Basketball Team Storms Back in Second Half

    Despite an early 16 point deficit, Concordia’s women’s basketball team stormed back and dominated the second half of their semi-final matchup, beating the Bishop’s University Gaiters 65-53 at Loyola Gym on Tuesday.

  • Starting Playoffs the Hard Way

    Women’s Basketball Loses Twice, But Still Claims Home Court Advantage

    Concordia’s women’s basketball team secured a home court advantage for the playoffs this past weekend, but they did it the hard way.

  • Get in the Pool

    McLean’s Pub Dives Into the Montreal Pool Scene

    Mike Mandanici squares himself behind the lush mahogany wood and leans over it, eyeing the white ball while setting up his pool cue. After smacking the ball home with a loud crash, he strides around the table with a confident smile on his face and does it twice more.

  • Wrestling to the Top

    Stingers Men Steal Gold, Women Finish a Successful Year

    Concordia is on top of the college wrestling world yet again.

  • Buzzer Beater Clinches First

    Stingers Overcome Redmen to Win Top Spot

    It was a rocky game for Concordia’s men’s basketball team on Feb. 18. They struggled to contain the McGill Redmen at times, but competed to the final buzzer to clinch first place in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings.

  • Disappointing Weekend

    Losing Streak Stands at 11 for Women’s Hockey

    They looked and played like a team that had been eliminated from the playoffs.