Sports

  • Rugby Legend Rees Passes Torch

    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.

  • The Frustration Continues

    Penalty Woes Lead to Another Women’s Hockey Loss

    They came, they competed, but they couldn’t stay out of the penalty box.

  • More Than A Game at Loyola

    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.

  • Running on Empty

    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.

  • Perfect Season Not to Be

    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.

  • Patriotes Steamroll Stingers

    Third Period Comeback Not Enough to Stop Early Onslaught

    A 6-4 loss against L’Universite de Quebec a Trois-Rivieres had Concordia’s men’s hockey team bowing their heads on Jan. 18.

  • Still Perfect

    The Stingers Fend Off McGill Squad, Remain Undefeated

    For most of the game it was in jeopardy. The McGill Redmen nearly handed Concordia their first loss of the season, but the men’s basketball team came back to win last Saturday’s matchup 69-61, keeping their undefeated record still intact at 7-0.

  • Grades Before The Gridiron

    Rookie Vaillancourt Tipped for Pro Ball, but Rejects International Bowl

    Rookies are supposed to be complementary pieces to a sports team. They’re expected to stay quiet, absorb information and learn the ropes until their moment comes somewhere down the road.

  • The Sport Within the Art

    A group of dancers jump around, contorting and smiling in spite of the obvious physical exertion. Their hands cut through the air in delicate but precise movements to frame their bodies.

  • Stingers Stroll After Trouncing the Night Before

    Easy Win Hands Concordia their 10th of the Season

    Concordia’s men’s hockey team bounced back from a 9-2 trudging last Friday to beat bottom feeders Royal Military College 6-1 at home on Saturday.