Sports

  • Falling to the Carabins

    Stingers Display Valiant Effort at Comeback

    A group of loyal fans were left drenched and disappointed after the Stingers recorded their sixth loss of the season against the Université de Montréal Carabins during their latest meeting Sunday afternoon.

  • Photo of the Week

    Concordia Stingers head coach Kevin Figsby details a play for his team during their game against the McGill Redmen at the Ed Meagher Arena Friday night. The Stingers managed a 6-5 victory over their cross-town rivals. After a 7-1 loss to the University of Vermont Catamounts Saturday night, the Stingers will look to beat the Carleton University Ravens next Friday.

  • The Grassroots Hockey League

    Locked-Out NHL Players Give Back to Fans

    At a rink in Candiac, QC, a suburb of Montreal, a stream of two-and-half-feet-tall hockey players leave the ice, clearing the rink so locked-out National Hockey League players can practice.

  • One and One

    Shorthanded Stingers Split Two Games at Nike Tournament

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team started off the season with a win and a loss at home during the annual Nike Tournament.

  • Bowled Over

    Vert et Or Capitalize on Stingers’ Miscues

    The Concordia Stingers football team was held out of the end zone for the second consecutive week Saturday, losing 48-6 to the Université de Sherbrooke Vert et Or in the 26th annual Shrine Bowl at Concordia Stadium.

  • Homecrushing

    Poor Defense to Blame for Stingers’ Homecoming Loss

    Concordia’s homecoming game quickly turned to disaster as the Stingers football team were hung out to dry by the Université de Montréal Carabins on Friday, 38-0.

  • A Sting That Packs a Wallop

    Women’s Rugby Crushes Gee-Gees

    The Concordia Stingers women’s rugby team steamrolled the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Friday night, scoring early and often to win their fourth straight game by a 41-5 margin.

  • Stingers Weather the Rain

    Men’s Rugby Team Gets First Win of the Season

    It took three games, but the Concordia Stingers men’s rugby team got the monkey off their backs last Friday with a 19-7 victory over the Université de Montréal Carabins.

  • Indie Kids Can Jump

    Musicians, Athletes to Face Off in Charity Basketball Game

    At 6’4” and a half, Win Butler, lead singer of the Arcade Fire, is an imposing presence on stage, but on the court, he might be a little on the short side.

  • Downpour Gets in Way of Victory

    Stingers Baseball Gets Rained Out

    Stormy weather got in the way of the Concordia Stingers baseball team’s victory plans Friday as they were in the midst of figuring out the John Abbott Islanders star pitcher Pat Lalonde.