Stingers Upset High-Flying Redmen Away From Home
The Concordia Stingers took down the Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s number one ranked McGill Redmen 4-2 in men’s hockey Friday night at McGill’s McConnell Arena.
Making Playoffs No Problem for Stingers
Despite a slow first half, Concordia’s men’s basketball team eventually proved to the near-capacity Friday night home crowd why they deserve their top 10 ranking in Canada
ConU Boxercise Class Teaches Boxing, Minus the Black Eye
Terry Brule jokes that when you walk into Concordia’s Le Gym athletic complex, you can hear the pounding music—and the groans coming from those in his boxercise class.
Ex-MP & Hockey Legend on Head Shots, Hockey History
A crowd filled the Indigo bookstore in Place Montréal Trust Feb. 2 to hear former Montreal Canadiens goaltender and politician Ken Dryden talk about his book, The Game, and weigh in on the concussion crisis currently rocking the hockey world.
Stingers Pick Up Crucial Points in Tight Playoff Race
Nicholas Champion made 35 saves and Michael Blundon scored the overtime winner as the Stingers defeated the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes 4-3 in a closely contested game on Jan. 25.
Canadian Star Shares His Knowledge at Loyola Clinic
Arguably the most famous Canadian Rugby player and a recent inductee into the International Rugby Board Hall of Fame, Gareth Rees, graced the field at Loyola on Saturday, preaching the basics of a game on the rise.
Penalty Woes Lead to Another Women’s Hockey Loss
They came, they competed, but they couldn’t stay out of the penalty box.
The Ed Meagher Tournament Brings in Young Stars, Old Families and Lots of Nostalgia
Concordia students may recognize the name Ed Meagher as the title of the old hockey arena at Loyola campus, right next to Loyola High School and the PERFORM Centre.
Stingers Fall to Carleton in a Nail-Biter
Concordia’s men’s hockey team were eager to get two points over the visiting Carleton Ravens last Saturday, but, playing their fifth game in eight days, they ran out of steam by game’s end, dropping their third of those five games.
Mid-Game Scoring Drought, Fatigue Lead to Loss
Concordia’s women’s basketball team will not be finishing the 2011-12 season with a perfect record after dropping the ball in last Saturday’s matchup against the McGill Martlets, falling 57-52.