Sports

  • Shorthanded Squad Falls to UdeM

    Carabins’ Barker Pots Four as Stingers Beaten Early and Often

    A depleted lineup and lack of form were the main cause of Concordia’s women’s hockey team’s 7-1 drubbing at the hands of the Université de Montréal Carabins last Sunday.

  • B-Ball Team Pulls Off Win Despite Hiccups

    Mid-Game Turnovers Nearly Cost Stingers Victory

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team continued their strong start to the season by defeating the Laval Rouge et Or 88-72 on Saturday, but it didn’t come easy.

  • Comeback Kids

    Stingers Storm Back, Tie Game in Dying Seconds

    Men’s hockey comes in at the clutch, winning a shoot-out thriller on home ice.

  • Levelling Up

    The StarCraft Community Goes Clubbing

    The StarCraft community comes together for some killing and clubbing.

  • Ritual Psych-rifice

    The Difference in Your Game Might Be in Your Head

    Pregame rituals and superstitions could help build mental strength on the playing field.

  • The Game That Nearly Got Away

    ConU Almost Drops Opener After Strong First Half

    Concordia’s men’s basketball team was lucky to escape Thursday’s game against the McGill Redmen with a victory. The Redmen caught the Stingers sleeping in the second half, but ConU prevailed, winning the game 80-66.

  • Concordia Runs Out of Luck

    Winter Conditions Slow Down Stingers Runners in Nationals

    A snow-covered course limited Concordia to a middling performance at last Saturday’s national cross-country championships in Quebec City.

  • Scissor Kick

    Debunking the NCAA-CIS Soccer Gap

    Nothing sums up American soccer better than a crowd of 25,000 rowdy college fans taunting the opposing goalkeeper with a chant of, “Hit the weight room, skinny.” It’s a scene from Red Bull Arena, home of the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer, which opened its doors…

  • McGrath to Stay On

    Concordia Football Coaches Meet After Twitter Controversy

    Concordia’s football exodus has been put on hold. No significant movement has happened since Nov. 8, despite a coaches’ meeting in the morning and a team meeting that took place in the afternoon.

  • Crossing to Nationals

    After Successful Season, ConU’s X-Country Teams to Vie for Top Spot

    With the season dwindling down to its last few weeks, Concordia Stingers cross-country head coach John Lofranco has been pleased with the overall performance from both the men’s and the women’s squads this year.