Men’s Squad Lets Undisciplined Play Get to Them
Concordia’s men’s soccer team found itself kicked to the ground last Friday as the Laval Rouge et Or cruised past the Stingers with a 5-1 victory on their home turf.
Concordia’s men’s basketball team suffered a tough 87-69 home game loss Sunday afternoon, as the visiting NCAA division University of California Santa Barbara Gauchos came to town.
Men’s Hockey Team Picks Up NHL Prospect
The Concordia men’s hockey team welcomes goaltender Nick Champion, a native of Labrador City, NL., who has four years of experience as one of the top goalies in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Late McGill Rally Not Enough to Overcome ConU Thrashing
The Stingers closed their third game with a sting at Trudeau Park with a 10-6 victory against the defending national champions, the McGill Redmen, on Sept. 6.
Stingers End Pre-season With Scoreless Draw
Concordia’s women’s soccer team closed out the pre-season yesterday by shutting down the opposition Middlebury College from Vermont—but unfortunately failed to score a goal themselves.
Wheels fall off in fourth quarter as Stingers allow 23 points
An inability to play a full 60 minutes caused the men’s Stingers football team to collapse in the fourth quarter on Saturday, as the visiting Laval Rouge et Or crushed them with a 36-8 trouncing.
35 Cyclists Complete Cross-Country Bike Ride
This summer, two pairs of wheels, two pairs of tires, two pairs of pedals and two pairs of very strong quadriceps took Maria Millang and Vanessa Rondeau across the country.
On June 20, both Millang and Rondeau dipped the rear wheels of their bicycles into the Pacific Ocean in Victoria, BC. Last week, on Sept. 2, the two triumphantly rode their front wheels into the Atlantic Ocean at Signal Hill, NL.
Stinger Student Group Aims for a Culture Change
Stinger pride is on the rise at Concordia. At least that’s the goal of a new student-run group founded this summer on campus.
Cycle-Centric Film Fest Rolls Into Town
In 2001, Brendt Barbur was hit by a bus while riding his bike in New York City. Instead of protesting or starting an advocacy group, he founded the Bicycle Film Festival, a channel for cycle lovers to exchange their experiences through music, art and film.
Stingers Brave Rain, Look to Upcoming Season
The atmosphere at the men’s rugby tryouts last weekend was focused yet calm. Having fallen just short of their goal to take home a championship last year, the Stingers are intent on cleaning up this time round.