Sports

  • 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.

  • Sluggish Stingers Still Perfect

    After Two-Hour Delay, ConU Stick to Winning Ways

    After a two-hour delay to tipoff, Concordia’s men’s basketball team overcame some sluggish play and extended their unbeaten streak in conference play to 5-0, beating the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins 68-63

  • Rep, Rep for the Home Team

    Ghasemi Wants More CSU Representation for Stingers

    Rugby player and Concordia Student Union Councillor Emran Ghasemi was left frustrated after several councillors brushed aside his idea for more representation in the CSU.

  • Close, But No Sting-ar

    Women’s Basketball Team Falls in Reebok Championship Despite Good Showing

    Concordia’s women’s basketball team suffered a disappointing end to the annual Shoot for the Cure Reebok tournament, bowing out to the University of Alberta Pandas in the championship game after defeating the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds and Carleton Ravens.

  • Ex-Pro Tries to Fill Expos’ Void

    Yankee Catcher Returns to Teach Montreal Kids

    On Friday, the Montreal Canadiens’ practice facility in Brossard was taken over by baseball pros and aspiring major-leaguers, as around 160 kids lined the halls of the Bell Sports Complex to learn tips from New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin, who played high school baseball growing up in Montreal.

  • Pucks Across the Pond: National Squad Overpowers Stingers

    The women’s hockey team didn’t win one game on their Japanese tour this winter break, but looking at the opposition faced, their struggles are understandable.

  • Pucks Across the Pond: Mountain Pressure

    Not half the professional hockey players in the world can say they’ve experienced playing in an officiated outdoor game, let alone one nestled in the Swiss Alps—a mini European Winter Classic just three days before the NHL’s version between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers.